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lUrRSDAV EVENING, Jl NX l\ IB7T.
I'hr (l»iA*t-!»lnyrr— \ Tli.tlnil.
nv ,M,!i.f (j. MSJ
Tout Qoodwin vrai imi actor mun,
i)hl Driiivv pride nnd borut
in -ii th<- light and iprite-ly pft_i \,
K-*jn>i'i;i!ly tho (llio-t.
\o\v Tom \>:is very fond ol dim ;,
(»i jilmost t'\**rv sort,
* 'otnpMlUlre nna uokUl<«'p,
Prom port-wf up tt> imjii.
B.i! Staff, like in'i.'i. i-- Altai stnff
Kor any hum io tup;
I'nr when it fails to pull litni down.
tt*i -urn to blow him up.
And >o it bred wim ffhovtlj Tom,
Who day by day waa sewi
■\ vwellimr, till (as I'lwv.'Vf ,<a\)
He Rilrlj l.»-i hti l«in.
A.t It'iiptli tJie maiunri'i' ohsevved
He'd bettor leave Ids post.
\wt] mid. lit' play.t'd the ten denw
W'tu'ii-fr lv- played th*- (jho-i.
'T\r<M only 'tother niffht lw saw
A ti-llti*,'. >\\ biff lii*- liat,
Aud heard him cry, t fly Rll the uod- ?
The CUIBSI Kt'tiiui; I'at ';*
'Twtjuid never do, the case waa plain:
His k_yes he couldn't shut;
i rho-.s shouldn't mala- the p.'ojM" NtVffh,
And Tom was quite a bvtt.
Toms actor friends -aid ne'er a. word
To cheer id* droojiing heart;
Though more than one was burning tuj
With seal t" take hb part. -
Tom argtted very plau-ihly ;
Hi- said iv' didn't donbt
That UamieV*tether drnnk and grew,
In yt-ars. a tittle stout.
Aud bo, 'twas natural, ho Raid,
And quite a proper plan,
lo have Ids spirit represent
A iwrily sort of man.
Pwafl all iv rain, themanagar
Sald he was not iv sport.
And, like a gen'ml, bade poor I'oiu
Surrender up hi*fort- .
li"'d *U> perhaps iv heavy pari l - .
Ktffhl answer for :i monk.
Or porter to the elephant,
To carry round Ids t nml;;
Bnl in theOhoel his day was past—
He'd never do for that;
A Ohosi mi-iht jusi as well he di-ad
As jiletlioric aud fal !
Alas' nt'xt day poor Tom was fbnnd
any post—
Por lie had lost' hit character,
Aud given up the ghoet.
HI'MOKOI'S.
1
A linn friend —An obstinate (junker. n
A setllerl thing—A good cup of coffee. "
A time to run—When you are in a hur
ry. , . t
A drawing-room—Apartment of v den- '
list. '
"A backward spring" is produced by '
presenting a reii-liot poker lo a man's nose.
A. bad marriage is like an electric 1
machine: it makes you dance, but you '
can't let go. ]
A bachelor compares a sliii't-button to
life, because it so often hangs by a thread. ;
"Come in out of the wet," said the shark, '
when he swallowed the boy. 1
A man whom we can put up with—-a
good hotel keeper. 1
What word may be pronounced quicker |
by adding; two more letters to it?— Quick, j
Domestic Cookery.—The best way to
make a rice-pudding—The milky way. i
A Swedish gentleman "up North" bears
tbe Same of Tinaltrigeug 1 edislaylangelag
longryest. Tasty name for a wedding- ;
card.
In the exact sciences—Can a hoinly wo- i
man with a Grecian bend be accurately de
scribed as un "inclined plane?"
To cure toothache, you should hold a
certain root in your hand—the root of the
tooth, you know.
A conclusive argument against suicides
is, that it is the height of impoliteness to go
anywhere until you are sent for.
An exchange mentions a case beyond the
ordinary oculists. It is that of a young
lady wlio, instead of a common pupil, has a
college student in her eye.
Little Dick's mother asked him what
kind of nuts she should buy for him.
"Doughnuts, mamnla, ni". can Click 'em
with my tooths."
"Mr. Jones, what makes the canary
sleep on one lag." "I dou't think any
body makes him my dear; 1 think he does
it of his own accord."
It is sairl that the New Jersey watering
places are rapidly filling up with mosqui
toes, ami never before were they so tho
roughly organized and confident of suc
cess,
"Oh, grandnta!" cried a mischievous lit
tle urchin, "1 cheated the liens so nicely
just now. I threw then iyour gold beads, and
they thought they were corn anil ate them
up a- fast as they could 1"
"My dear," said n husband to his wife,
"I'm going to start a coffee plantation."—
"How'll you get the land?" "()h, there's
no trouble about that; I always have plen
ty of coffee grounds in my cup."
Au incomprehensible idiot asks: "What '
is the dillerencc between a 'hundred-leg
bug' anil a half-dozen penny oranges?"
And then, with fiendish delight, he an
swers: "(Ine is a centipede and the others
a cent-a-piece."
A goorl way to get sick is to go shopping
every day in the week, eat ice cream and
cakes for dinner, drink strong tea for sup
per to strengthen the nerves, and fret the
balance of the time because you haven't
sufficient means to buy all the fancy goods
displayed.
"It generally takes twenty years of train
ing to predicate the word 'nice' from a wo
man's vocabulary. The Kails of Niagara,
the Psalms of David, and the progress of
the human race," says a fond father,
"were all nice lo mv eldest till she got
married. !
The question, Does getting drunk ever
advance one's happiness? would seem to
lie put to rest by the Irishman who went
courting when drunk, and was asked what
pleasure he found in whiskey: "Oh,
Middy, it's a trate inlirely, to see two of
your portly faces instead of one !"
In reply to a young friend leaving a
town because some things in it were not
exactly to her taste or content, an old lady
of experience sairl, "My dear, when you
Imu- ibund a place where everybody anil
everything are always pleasant, anil noth
ing whatever is disagreeable, let me know,
anil I'll move there too."
If it were as easy to invent a credible
falsehood as it is to believe one, we should
have little else in print. The mechanical
construction of a falsehood is a matter of
ihe gravest import; a lie which in sober
narrative is universally scooted, may be
"done up like new" in a pungent epigram,
.md will be as universally credited.
A verdant young man in Maine visited
Cortland last week lor the first time, and in
his meandering around town In see the
ighl-, wandered into an engine-house.
A tier gazing at the steamer sometime, he
ilimed, inquiringly to one of tin- boys, and
-aid : "Say, mister, is that a brass Band?"
And bring answered in the negative ami
told what il was, he continued: "Well,
v hat do you do with il'.' I should like to
see il work, but I've sot my mind on a
brass hand, and I thousiht this was it."
commercial.
Hi' liilio.ul Pi'lrc. CaSMM.
WHOI.KsAI,!, ruin it, I UP
.Il M. 14, IS7I. ! ill(
11) '.i:-w.i\ W)cants i"i pound.
Hi...a*— Virginia n:rv_. «'.'•": common -ivluia- !
*l soul 75: colored $1. no
Bi'TTKH—rriiii." Virginia llinlVo ; lair to R"<ml .„,
lvttil.v ; common We. Martlet tendlaf down- IJ,
ward with Ifurgo nwelpts. *"■
llbam.v—Apiilp IS Md 7j ; Hi.- latter for wl
prima, olfl,
CAMUf-Ka -AdainnnUns 12 oz. 14 to UXfl :14 oz, n(1
leu. 17c city tallov, 14c, lriciovv ifriw l.v the
quantity ; Miicliclls M. °'
Cii a ki— J:.v:i UaMd ; Kio lßHalflo j of
r:r IRalfMc, no
Com Mint.— While, IxilU'rl, from mill, >»1 ;
country WH. ,n
i'iikuse— Nortliprn an.l Wesiern primecnttlng
l7X>alSo: common Ualfic. Xl ,
OOTTOK Yaii.v-—Country yarns No-. > lo l'-'.
tl 16. Wl
Ilm.-'irt ash I)ii:-Si'in-— Altrin tMc : Copperas ar
Madfl.T Hie; InrllKO il JfJ: I'rieliineal *1 •!."' ~r
i\ir:u I loijwootl Hie ; Sup. C irb. Sorla oVJe S.l.
3_»40; HluestonclU'tic.
l)fin;i> KKifrv-Apiiles.'. qnarters, 2a30; l.riul.t
sticffi .aaiik-c; Pettcnes, onpeeled, halves, 6a7c ;
qtiarters, 4a',e; peeled, lo.iUc; Blackberries Se;
Clien-ies, pitted, ISMIUic.
Euos—L'lcprTdo/.'ii. in barrels and boxes; in l "
p;itent carriers Tic.
Ki.orn—Siiis'rtliii' *7a7 12H ; extra *7 ,»a7 HK, ,„
Kt.AXHKEii—*l 7nal li.
Kkathkbs—l.ive reese Me.7oe j mixed 4oa.*„ac. •"
l'lifiTs—Apples, Kieen, .*;', BOM uo per barrel. u>
Kiair—Maekerel. So. 1 bay, iv barrels, *23 iWa w
•Jl; X... 1 shore, _tia'JH; No. •—iuickerel*lllallif'o;
No. :i *S MMS; No. lln kits *:) DO J No. 2»2 2r.. «'
]fnTina«— Split *4 7.'.a.a 2,a; fiross tt IKIal M
per barrel; North Carolina roe *4 2.'»:14 7.". per j„
half barrel; N. C- clipped *ti r.i)a7; new. gross s .
!)<4 '*.oa4 75 per barrel.
(*i.hsf.n*i —tiOafi.K- per pound. ( ' :!
<}Ki.vf)SToNf;s —2ti2'.e. si
Gi'ax.i—a"7Ja"B for reriia ian, according to i,,
ciiianlitv; Soluble Pacific *.*ili; Sea l'uwl *.'.,".;
Knis'lish' Tobacco FurUliser *70. °'
Pripcttation* —Old Doinluion l-'ertilizer ; oi
fjniiam.a Tobacco (•'•l'lili/er »7'i; Coin Fertiliser ~|
*7u; rli>. cotton Fertiliser *wi; Powhatan Raw
Bunc Super I'hosphrue |.T0; Watson k Clark's
Soger roosphate *.".<!; Etireka mafßO; I'loitr of
Bone*(lii. \ pi
Hat—Prime Virginia Timothy *i leal 25;
•nHsld".*! dpftl 10 j Northern *1 2, r ia I :I5 ; Clover _
Hint;s — w<t .Vi/'-'Z-Steers .'ij.aioc; calf skin V
*1 7lial BU. in
Dry— Connfrv Hint 17ai:)c; sailed Uial7c— sell
ing prices. The baying rates for green are IS!.. ; "
dry Hint 14altic. ci
j—ATHKii— Bolt— Hemtook, over weighl, 27;r2Se ; f(
middleSßaßoc; lishi H>ia37c; good ilunuiged 2.'la .
2fjc; oak, middle weighis. ;;sa4ric. l' 1
e.il/mel Kip —•(',.«—Best l-'riiicli *1 OSaS 2.". n;
per iwiind; French kip #1 Mn3 per pound ;
American calf *1 Mai 50.
Stui'tlert— Best harness 40a42c ; second finality il
38a48c ; eountrv 38aSSc. li
Finhhol— Upper SAaSOC per pound. w
litim/h Muck— Skirling 28032 c per pound; calf
skins 7."'-f!'rK' per pound; kip skins-lOa.'MX-; sheep •'
skins t-'lu7 pertlo/en. '**
Lists ami OHStSKt—BockTiUe, Va., none in
market; Kocklaud *l 40al 45, by the quantity s)
from wharf | 86 by retail from store; KoM'ii- .
dale $2 87*4 aS 50; Calcined Plaster fcla:! 25; '"
round lop, none here ; .lames llivcr Cement *2 c:
50; Calcined Plaster toaS 25. a
l.t'Mi' Pi.Asrtii —to Wall i>er lon, according to Q
quality.
l,t M.riiß—l _io, common green inch boards *11
.Wal.'lperM; good seasoned Hals; do. lit, 1M f:
and 2 inch, *17a19 ; clear heart *25a2(i; heart bill ~
stnfftSSMU; bill lumber filrla2i); oak $aoaS6.
Laths—Saweil *2 50a2 75 per 1,000.
Moi.assks—Porto Kico iii)a7nc ; Cuba Muscova- °
do, in barrels, 55a00c j sugar-house Syrup, In bar- a
rels, KaBOo; New Orleans Molasses risa.sc ; Eng- p
i lish Island 45asnc ; Uolden Syrup 60a70c.
Mit.t. Ofkai— Bran3oc ; Shorts SOo : Brovvnstull
4fX': Shii>st)iil'7se, wholesale. c '
Mktai.s— lron— Common sizes SSsa!)ll per Ion; f
extra ttHaflcj Swedes nan 1 . ; baud tron4«ta«fc: tl
1 horse shoes 5 J .aW'; mill" shoes ii,,:i7c ; railroad
I 7!<ic, ■ t:
Htifl— Naylor's cast 17*ic; English blistered a
lOJajc ; American do. lOalD'c. i,
Naii.s—Old Dominion. Ml'orslandardnumbel's.
Oils—Kerosene 2Sc, wholesale; tanners' oil %
50a5ijc per gallon; straits OoaMt; liueeed B>l OOtl t
1 05; lubricating oil 60c. a
O.VTs—Baled 80c per 100 pomills by lhe boat
load.
OAtifM—l2al4c l>er jrounrl in bales. '
PovvDKii—S))orting *7 00 per keg, 10 60 by the s
lot; blasting *4 50 by keg, *4 by tire lot; Eagle .
jtowder, in ilasks *20a21 jut case of 25 irounds; _
Treble F. hi canisters il.aalfi per case of 25
pounds.
Pitih- 1 44 per barrel.
PAl'l'.n Stock—Mixed cotton rag t&alkc ; while 1
6a6Sto ; wollen Sa4c ; toperfsethma 2V.ia3. '
PorLTiiv—drown fowls, live 36c : spring chick- <
ens Matte.
Potatoes—lrish, Va., ifl Mai 50 ; sweet il 25
;al 40. Seed potatoes, Goodrich's *i.a 5u ; Peach i
Blows *4 00 ; Early Hose *7 ooas 00 per barrel. I
Poles a.m. Staves—Hoop poles *ti 50a7 50.
Staves *6 5Ua7. Headings *ii ooa; 75.
Phovisioxs—Western Shoftldeiti, SnS'i; Bone
Sides, loaloH; Clear Bib, WHu-loX; Breasts, 11a
I UK; IMaiu Hams, lti'ial?; Sugar-Cured, 17a17>;; I
Canvassed, 17)sal8; Virginia tog round, llalOi. '
Lard, Country, ii; Baltimore Leaf, in tierces anal '
barrels, 12a 12J4; in half-barrels, 13; in kegs, 1..V:. •
These are the jobbing price*. 1
Kick—-New, Carolina, »!' to loc. i
Bosix—No. 1, *4a4.51i; strained and No. 2,12.36, 1
Shot—T-2.5fia2.75 per bag, according to quan
tity. I
' Si'iiaks— I'ortoßico, lo'.iallc; Cuba, lOalOJic; i
! New Orleans, lo'SiallK; Cut loaf,, 15; Kefined,
| crushed aud powered, IVA.
I Cotl'ce, A IS _ I 0 12' a
! B 13!„ I C yellow i'-'i
j ExtraU 13 (Yellow 10'isllK
I Salt—Liverpool, *2 20a2 35 per suck.
Soar—eiiaioc.
! Shucks—«oc per 100 pounds.
j BssgOA Boot—BOaOOe per }iound.
Stkaw —Italerl, 4,"» c.
Tai.i.ow—Ba9c.
i Tar—ifc2.7sa3.oo per barrel.
; Teas—rDmpowdcr, *1 25a1.i10; Imperial, *1 20a
t 25c; Young Hyson, *1 Mai Mi Black, *lal 60.
Yi.ini<Aii—Northern, 15a20c; (.filler Vinegar,
( MaSOc.
Wool—Washed, free of burrs, ttdMe; un
l washerl, free of burrs, 2tJa3oc.
Whiskbv—tfommon, *l 16al 25; medium,
*.l Mai .50: old rye, copper distilled, *2:i*s 50;
very old, sViafi.
Sf'XOfftEs—Domestic ('in, |1,Ma1.60; New
Englanrl Bum, #1 50; Cordials and Blackberry
Brandy, S>l 60a2 par gallon.
Kkiimoud 'l'olmcco .tlnrket,
i Jr.vK 16. —Breaks and oll'erings full for lhe past
I week. A large proportion of the oll'erings are In
j had condition and of a nondescript character,
j and prices for these kinds are low, but tobacco of
I good quality and in good order is in brisk demand
| at good prices.
J'AKK Sffll'i'l.V'i.
Pamnros (scarce) 14 DM I 75
Lens— Common to good 4 00a 6 OB
1 (food to line 5 75a ■; l;'i
Extra ti 6oa 7 on j
Leae—Common lo medium. li una 8 (in -
Graod to fine 8 00alu 00
I.AIIK MA M'A'iTl'lilMl.
' Li'os—Common to good 4 00a 0 50
Leaf—Oood to fine ti OOa 8 Do
Black wrappers...."" 9 Don 12 IK)
} Mahogany wrappers 10 OOa 18 "n
I
scN-(;nn:u.
j I Six-cured lugs 8 OOa 12 Of)
1 j Sun-cured leaf In 00 a M 0"
• j StEM.wiX'j—Common lo good 8 50:rll 60
. j BlriillfT MAM lACITKIXiI AN'li SM'iKl.S"'.
* Lues—('ommon loiucdiuiu 8 ooa 10 00 ]
flood to flue 12 OOa 1.1 (.0
Extra smoking 15 (K)a 26 00
- ! Lkae—Common to medium....... . 15 ooa 20 uo I
. I Good to Hue 25 Ova 00 uo |
Extra 55 ooa 70 00
rir,HK old douimon iiimm;ss rot-
L LEGE.
TIIK FIFTH ANNUAL .SESSION
of this Institulioii will commence OCTOBER 2f>,
Willi (frtatly improved l'ncilitii"-. nu.l iulvantagrs
ofthe highest ordei'. Insuring its students a tho
roiißh practical course ot Hie liiirhrM value
For particulars address
je B—liiwim (J. MORRIS NK'OL, ''resident.
TXK'HEK EDUCATION.
HELMUT!! I'OLLEt!E
Board aurl Tuilion per aiminri (936.
HELMUT!! LADIES' LOLLEGE,
Inaorurated by 11. R. 11. Prince Auilnrr. Board
:ilul Tililiun per fim.iNU, a*J^t».
PaasiPMT—Tbe Very Bey. I. Hplmutli, I). D.,
Dean of Ilftron.
particular.", apply to Major Evans,
Loudon, Canada We-1. ,* -c id—d&wly
TV/tisic : ~~MVSIC'.~~ *i isn
.lolli*.' MARSH,
No. DIM PIIA.X SI'KIHT,
No hWgrr of lhe llrm of Marsh k Pollock, is now
prepared to serve his friends and He* public rrenc
raliy in
SHEET MUSK.'AND MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE OK -EVERY DESI KIITION.
I mnsiilfullj snlliill n call at nrv new estab
lishment. JOHN MARSH.
ids Main Street, between Ninth aud Tenth,
uo 12—lv
THE STATE JOURNAL.
Tiik STATS Joirxai. enters upon fe new career,
under auspices wldch promise permanence aud 1
incrnased usefulness. »
Ai
This paper will be Republican The organ of >dp
no whiff or clique, it will aim lo rcpre-ient the i 27,
]K>Hey of the National party ;lo btitld up a heal- **\
thy National f-entiment. and inspire love of the p r
whole country. • ; mi
It will not be the vehicle of personal detraction '•
nor be ised lo get its pets into oflice, nor lo keep ,
oihi'i-soni. The safet> of all is in Lhe triumph
of the cause; and kO secure it, all must |al>or I i
/ealoasly and and lake iheir chun, f
in the general result, M
Aiming to treat every member of its own party ! n ',
generously, it will be just to its opponents. It jan
will discuss all questions of public interest fairly I 2-3
and temperately. Asserting the right earnestly : j'[
and resolutely, and hating no jot or tittle of the
truth which it is called to declare, it will aim o -"> 1
'speak the truth in love." Jj'
It will commend genius, patriotism ami virtue 29
everywhere, and be as prompt lo expose corrupt- I -**
tion and imbecility in its own party as in another. I li
We shall advocate all measures to advance the m
public good, originating in our own party or out- j 34
side. There are vital questions enough between "
us und the op]>osit!on without seeking issues '< j,*
where all good men should stand ou common i Jtf
ground. | «,
Believing popular Educatiou to In? the one cry- j [l*
ing want of our State and of the country, we j r
shull give large space to its advocacy. To edu- j N
cate thoroughly all the children of tile State i *
should be ihe supreme and paramount work of ' y A
legislation. To this sacred task we consecrate 'ti
our pe_ler. We shall plead the cause ofthe little j ■**
ones w bo have BO rvtw ; and, in so pleading, we j
plead for the future of Virginia in whatever can N
make her great and glorious. S
The linancial condition of tbe country , aud ft* *...
]ieci:dly of the South, will not be neglected. We 21
advocate a financial policy which w ill bring back S
again to the South more than its old prosperity.
We are for the encouragement of a varied home ft
industry. We are for Free Banking, under a sys- N
tent which makes money absolutely Mate and ac- *}
cessible to business men at living rates. We are y
for sitch a revenue sy torn as will preserve lhe N
public credit without imposing undue burdens l j
opon the iM'ople. jj
Realizing Ihe vast Importance of mechanical N
and manufacturing industry, we shall labor 8
heartily for the development of these interests! ° (
\ve shall give accurate and detailed information v
Of OUT vast natuaral wealth in mines, fore-ts, S
water-powers and fisheries. "-,
Believing in the "harmony of interests," wn tt
shall endeavor to show how fully each is depen- S
dent uiKin the prosperity of all; that labor and T
capital, employer and employee, should be allies
and friends, enriching each other by fraternal co-
operation, a
Agriculture is our pet. Fresh from a Virginia J
farm, which We leave lovingly and reluctantly !
for awhile, we have, learned something of what g
Wide and varied knowledge, what patience, econ- a,
omy and administrative ability it takes to make
a farmer. We shall give large space to Agricul- {:
lure and Horticulture. i
In conclusion, we will say .that we will unite 1:
cordially and earnestly with men of all parties JJ
to remove every obstacle to ihe moral, intellec- y
tual and physical progress of our State and na- -
tion. There are thousands of noble young men \
and women iv the Stat*; full of grand capacity '^
now dormant anil wasting. The old Common-
wealth Is sounding the dflffbfeeat to duty. Let
(hem shake oir the night-mare of conservatism *
aud old trtiditioiis, and march bravely to the g
work of this new day. So shall they make the o
future of Virginia worthy of the past, and them- g
selves worthy of a groat ancestry ! 1
T )ATRO>S OF HVSIIASDR Y.
Executive Commiti-m or National Ctkaxuf..— *
Win. Saunders, Thos. B. liryitn, Key. A. li. «
Grosh, Col. J. R. Thompson, Rev. John Trimble, ■
O. H. Keiley, Wnslungton, I). C. J
DapyTias at Lakuk.—<'ol. I>. S. Curtis, (Wash-
ington, 1). 0.) I>r. W. 11. Burnham, T. A. Thump- *
son, Dr. Jas. L. linos, Z. Cook. j
National Qbajjoe, AVa.sjiinoton, 1). C. .;
It is evident to all intelligent minds that tho ]
time has come when those engaged in rural pur- ■:
suits should have an organization devoted entirely j
to their interests. Such it is intended to make the *
Order of Patrons. It was instituted in 1807 ; its *
growth is unprecedented in the history of secret J
associations, and it is acknowledged one of the (
most useful and powerful organizations in the ;
United States. Its grand objects an* not only ;
general .improvement in husbandry, but to in- '
crease the generaly happiness, wealth, and pros- '
parity of the country! It is founded upon the. > t
axioms that the products of the soil comprise the j
basis ot all wealth ; that individual happiness de- ]
ponds upon general prosperity, and that the *
wealth of a country depends u]R>n tin* general In- j
telligenceand mental culture of the producing J
classes. '
In the meetings of this Order all but members
are excluded, and there is in its proceedings a
symbolized ritual, pleasing, beautiful, and appro- ;
priate, which is designed not only lo charm the
fitucy, hut to cultivate and enlarge the mind and ;
i purify the heart, having at the same time, strict j
adaptation, to rural pursuits.
, The secrecy of the ritual and proceedings of
the Order have been adopted chiefly for the pur
- pose of accomplishing desired efficiency, extern ,
sion, and unity, and to secure among its mem- J
, hers, in the internal working of the Order, conti- »|
; dance, harmony, and security.
Women are admitted to full membership, and ■
„■ wo solicit the 00-operatlon of women because of
,- a conviction that without her aid success will be
less certain and decided. Much might be said iv
| this connection, but oxvry husband and brother
knows that where he can be accompanied by Ids
t wife or sister no lessons will be learned but those '
i of purity and truth.
, The Order ofthe Patrons of Husbandry will
f uecqpiplish a thorough systematic organization
I among Farmers and Horticulturists throughout
the United States, and will secure among them
intimate social relations and acquaintance with
each other, for the advancement and elevation of
-"> their pursuits, with an appreciation and prolec
-5 lion of their true interests. Hy such means may
* ; be accomplished that which "exists throughout
• j the country in all other avocations and among
it ; all other classes—combined co-operative as.-ocia
lt ! tion for individual improvement aud common
benefit.
Among the advantages which maybe derived
~ from the Order are systematic arrangements for
v procuring and disseminating, iv the most expedi
jl lions manner, information relative to crops, do
ll tnuiid and supply, prices, markets, and transpor
tation throughout the country ; also for the pur
chase and exchauge of stock, seeds, and desired
varieties of plants and trees, and for the purpose
0 of procuring help at home or from abroad* and
q situations for persons seeking employment; also
)0 for ascertaining and testing the merits of newly
invented farming implements aud those not hi
general use, and for detecting and exposing those
i that ure unworthy, and for protecting, by all
j available means, the farming interests from fraud
g aud deception, and combinations of every kind.
„) We ignore all political or religious discussions
hi the Order; we do not solicit the patronage of
X , any sect, association or individual, upon any
.. grounds whatever except upon the intrinsic merit
. of the Order.
The better to secure greater benefits to our
members, we desire to establish Oranges in.
every city, town, and village in the United States,
Information relative to organizing may be ob
tained by addressing the undersigned, or either
of the General Deputies.
O. H. KELLY.
Secretary of the National Orange.
Not lo7 and 1IW.
MARSHAL'S SALE By virtue or writs or
venditioni exponas, issued from the clerk's
office of the United States District Court, lo me |
directed, I shall on the
80TB DAY' OF JUNE, 1871,
at the bonded warehouse of S. 0. Tardy & Co.,
corner Seventeenth and Dock streets, Richmond,
Va., 10 o'clock A. M.,
(IS) Fifteen Cases unmanufactured TOBACCO
IkjiiihIs, more or less, and
(I) one Cask of DISTILLED SPIRITS.
Parties desiring lo purchase, and especially
manufacturers of tobacco, are invited lo attend.
DAVID B. PARKER.
U. S. Marshal, Eastern Dist. of Va.
je IS—lot
s\T^^*9'*Wep**rB^**mr*^m\ia^
It rapidly supereedlaf all otlw* preparation, for p:
■Tlij-i.r. Sweet .ad ITAoteSMas SOILS, BISCUITS, BEE ' l\
Buckwheat and other OridtU Caltei. Perfectly Puce and
Reliable, and always read$ tor immediate vee. The OBeti /'•
A.f.-aa*i»oP»iadar4n«»a WOBLD, and It WILL KE1.R 0.V
LAND OB SEA, in an, climmee, for pear. It ia well anapve.1
to la. naa of ATouaaAeapera, JHnare, Mariner*, Emigrant., do.,
and la Infect, in mry reepect, th*BBST YEAST pawn: ::t
made "for the Xilcten, It. Camp, th* Galley "
BOLD BT OROCEB8 A DEAUtBd EVKIIVHIM I..
Manufactured by DOOLKY A I'.Rot II ri:
MNEWBTRCET. NEW-YORiC
PUBLIC LANDS.
VALUABLE LANDS FOR Ik—LE. • »
. ! »
11. airliie of 111" provisions ol lhe fourth arti
-11" of ilv treaty between the United States ef \ft
America anil the Kansas tribe of Indian-, cnncltt- ■_■
.led October 5, 1859, ratified by the Senate June I
27, 18(10, and proclaims— by the Presideni Novein- i,,
ber 17, 1860, und acting under lhe direction of the ~,
Secretary of the Interior. I hereby invite sealed .t
proposals for the purchase of all the land* here- ,«s
Walter described, lowit: (\
I "
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. ii
KANSAS TRCST f.AKDP.
L.iis.',and.iNW',.SW'-, Sec. 25. Lois 7 and :*'
8 NEM, Lota 5 and (I NW!.. and SM Sec. 18. Lots }
7 and s NEM, Lois .', and 6 NW'. and SM Sec. 27. '
Lots 7 and (NEU, Lois 5 amlti NWH and S l ' f
See. tt. Lots T and B NEM, Lois a audi: NWM "
; and SM Sec. 2D. Lot- IS and 19 NEM, Lots 2S, 21 ]I 1
! and 22 NWM nnd SEM, anil Lots 25 and 24, 2:1 and
I au. and 27 and 28 SW'., Sec. 38. Whole of Sec- '*
lions 81,8*, H, U anil |I,WN flee. M. All in Town •
11. Range S.
Loi 5 NEM, Lot i; NWM anil SM Sec. (ft, Lot ' "
ANEM, Lot ii NW, uud BXI Sec. tt, LotflNEK, , "
Lot (j NWif" and SS Sec. 27. Lot 5 NEM, Lot 6 !
NWM and SM Sec. SB. SEM ami EH SWM Sec. \ c
29. Lot 5 NKU Lola c and 7 NWM and _j Sec. 1
38. WM NEM .and NWM fri. Sec. 81. NW '~ S °
i EM.SM SEM, SWM. fri. Sec. 81. NEM, NEM *J
■NWM, SS. NWM and SWM Sec. :i2. NMNEM '
NWM and WM SE'i .Sec. 33. NEM Wtd SH Boc. r .
84. Whole of sections 35 and 3y. All iv Town. ,
11. Range 9. \
Lot 5 NEM, and Lot (i N\V M Sec. SS. Lot 5N , "
IEM ami Lot (i NW al ami SM Sec. 28. Lot SNE ; °
iM, Lot NWM and SM Sec. 27. Lot 5 NEM, iLot ' "
6 NWM and SM Sec. 2ii. Lot 5 NEK Loi ti NW'.. ,
and S'.j Sec. 2.f. Lot 0 NEM Lot. 6NW M ami SM ■
Sec. JO. Ixrt 5 NEM, Lots 0 and 7 NWM anil SM ; r
fri. Sec. 38, Whole of sections 81,8s, S3 and Si, !a
NM and SWM Sec. 85. SEM Sec. 36. All iv i
Town li. Range ID. J;
Lot 8, Lot » 81' li and SWM Sec. 21). Lot 5 N
EM, Lot« NWM nudSM Sec.Bß. Whole of sec- ! J
ttonSl. Lots NEM,W!iandLoI CSEM Sec. 32. i«
< All lv Town 14. Range 11. ■
EM Lot 1 ami Lot 2 NEMTUd N\VM Hi. and S '
WM SEM Sec. 1. Whole of seclions 2, ;:, 4 and.",, ; a
NEk Lou 18,14,14,1«_17aad is NWM, NWM ' .
SEM and SWM SEM and Lots 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 <■'
and 25 SWM Section li. WM NEM, Lois 11, 12, t
1:;. 11, 18 nnd lii, W M SEM and Lots 17, 18,19. 20, j l
21 and 22 .Section 7. iSM, SEM and K% SWM ! '
Section 8. Whole of Section I). N.M, SEM, NEM
SWM, WM SWM Sec. 10. Whole of Section 11. ■
NWM, EM SEM and NWM SWM Sec. 12. KM, ! *
NEM SWM, SM SWM Section 13. NWM Sec. 14. I <>
NEM, and WM NWM Section 15. Whole of Sec- «
tion 1(1. NEM, NEM NWM, E'AsEM and WX i
I SWM Section 17. Whole of Section 18. Lots 12, ■
1.1 anil 14, and NMSEM Section 11). NEM.WM ' l
NWM and EM SEM Section 2S. Whom of Sec
lion 21. SWM Section 22. NEM NEM, S*4 NEM, ;
SEM, and EM SWM Section 23. Whole of Sec
tlonii. NM, SEM, and NM SWM Section 25. i
NM, ti% SEM and SWM Section 2ri. N H NWM,
SWM NWM, and WM SWM Section 27. Whole j
of Section 28. EM NEM Section 20. Lots II and
IK NWM and Lots 28 and 21 SWM Section 80. !
Whole of Section 31. SM N WM, NWM SEM, SM il
SEM anil SWM 'lection 32. NM NEM,SEM NEM
and NEM NWM Section 33. WM NWM and I
NWM SWM, SEM SWM Section 34. WM NEM
and NM NWM, SEM NWM and NWM SEM, SM i
SEM Section 35. EM, and SWM Section 36, all In «
Town 15, Range 8.
Whole of sections 1, 2, ;', and 4, SEM, and NEM !
SWM, SM SWM Sec. 5. NWM ami NM Lot 2
SWM Sec, 6. EM, ami SM Lots 1 nnd 2 NWM,
and SWM Sec. 7. Whole of sections of 8, 8, ID, ,
11, 11, 13, 14, 15, IU, 17, 18, 11), 28, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, '
2(i, 27 and 28. NM, SEM and NEM SWM, SM
SWM Sec. 29. NM, NWM SEM, aud SWM Sec.
3D. WM Sec. 31. Whole of Sections 32, 33, Stand
35, nil in Tow n 15. Range 9.
SEM aud NEM SWM, SM SWM Sec. 1. Lot 2
NEM, NW M aud SM SEM Sec. 2. Whole of sec
lions 3, 3, 5, (1, 7 and 8. WM NWM and WM SWM
Sec. 9. SEM Section 18. Whole of Sectfons 11,
12,13,13 aud 15. EM and EM SWM Sec. lli. WM
NEM, NWM and NM SWM Sec. 17. Whole of
Section IS. WM NEM, NM SEM and WM Sec. 19.
SEM NEM and SEM Sec. 20. Whole of Seclions
21, 22, 83, 24, 25, 2tl. 21, 2s and 29. EM NEM, Lot
2 NWM, NEM SEM, SM SEM Sec. 311. NEM and
SEM Sec. 81. Whole of Sections 32, 33, and 34.
WM NEM and NWM Sec. 35. NEM and SM
Sec. 3n, all In Town 15, Range, 10.
Lot fi NEM and Lots 7 and Band SM NWM and
Lot 8 SEM and SWM See. 5. Whole of Sections
6 ami 7. Lot 5, W_, and Lot fi SEM Sec. 8. Lot
£ NEM, WM, and Lot 8 SEM Sec. 17. Whole
of Sections IB and lii. Lot 5 NEM, WM, aud Lot
6 SEM Sec. 2S. Lot ft NEM, WM, uud Lot OSEM
Sec. 29. Whole of Sections 30 and 81, Lot A
NEM, WM, and Lot SSEM Sec. 82, all in Town
! 15, Range 11.
Whole of Section 1; EM Sec. 2, EM Lot 2, I
NWM Sec. 3. WM Lot 1, NWM Sec. 4. NEM I
fri., NWM fri.,SWM, WM SEM Sec. 5. Lots 13 \
and 14, EM Lot 21, WM Lot 21 NEM. Lots 15,
18. 17,18, 19 and 2o NWM and SE!#nnd Lots 22,
' 23,24, 25,26, 27 SWM Sec. 8. EM, Lots 13, 14, 15,
16,17 and IS NWM and Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22 SWM
Sec. 7. SM NEM, NWM NWM and SM Sec. 8. .
Whole of Section 9. SWM NEM find NWM
NWM, SM NWM, WM SEM and SWM Sec. 10.
I NEM NEM Sec. 11. WM NWM and SM SEM
j Sec. 12. EM NEM Sec. 13. SWM NEM Sec 15.
Whole of Sectioirs 16, 17 find Is. NM NEM, Lot
, 19 NEM and Lois 13,14,15,16, 17 and Is NWM.
Sec 19. NM NEM, Lot 1 NEM, NM NWM, Lot 2
, NWM Sec. 28. NM NWM, Lot 2 NWM Sec. 21. I
, Lot 1 NEM and Lot 2 NWM Sec. 22. Lot 1 NEM
, and Lot 2 NWM Sec. 23. All in Township 16, •
, Range 8.
~ WM Lot land Lot 2 NWM, and WM SWM
, Seel. Whole of Sections 2, J, 4 and ft. WM
: Sec. 6. SM Lots 1 anil 2 SWM Sec. 7. Whole of
Sectioirs 8, 9, 10 and 11. WM NWM Sec. 12. EM I
. NEM and EM SEM Sec. 18, Whole of Seclions
„ 15, 16 and 17. NWM, EM SEM, and Lot 2 SWM
;• Sec. 18. NEM NEM, Lot 4, NEM Sec. 19. NM
" NEM, Lot 1 NEM and NM NWM,'Lot 2 NWM
, Sec. 21. NM NEM. Lot 1 NEM and NM NWM,
Lot 2 NWM Sec. 22, NM NEM, Lot l NEM, NM
. NWM and Lot 2 NWM See, 23. NEM NEM Sec.
s 24. All ill Township 16, Range 9.
, Whole of Section 1. EM Lot 2 and EM Lot 11
! NEM*anil SEM Sec. 2. WM Lots 1 ami 2 NEM
and WM Sec. 3. Whole of Seclions 4 and 5. EM,
" EM Lots 1 and 2 NWM and Lot 1 SWM Sec. 8.
, EM.'Lot INWM and SWM Sec. 7. Whole of
, Section 8. NM NEM, SWM NEM, and WM See.
6. SEM, and SEM SWM Sec. 19. Whole of Sec
f tion.s 11, 12, 13, 14 and 13. SM NEM and SM Sec.
. 16. NM, uiidNM SWM, SWM SWM Sec. 17.
Whole of Section IS. Lois 1 and 5 NEM and Lois
2, 3, and 4, Sec. 19. NEM, Lot 1 NWM and EM
L and Lot 3 SEM Sec. 20. Whole of Sections 21, 22,
23, 24, 2ft, 26, 27 nnd 28. EM NEM, Lot 8 NEM
, and EM SEM, Lot 4 SEM Sec. 29. EM NEM and
J. Lot 3 NEM and EM SEM, Est 4 SEM See. 32.
, Whole of Sections 33, 34, 35 and 36. All iv Town,
, 16, Range 18.
~ Lots 7 and 8 NEM. LotsS and 16 airdSM NWM,
' Lois 5 and 6 SEM and SWM Sec. 5. Whole of
, Sectioirs 6 and 7. Lots 5 and 6 NEM, WM, and
Lois 7 and S SEM Sec. 17. Whole of Sections 18 !
~ and 19. Lots 5 and 6 NEM, W.M, and Lots 7 and ;
' 8 Sec. 28. Lots 5 and 6, NWM, and Lots 7 and 8
. SEM Sec. 29. Whole of Section 30. WM Sec. 31.
, Lots 5 and 6 NEM, WM, and Lots 7 and 8 SEM !
' Seg. 32. All In Town, IS, Range 11.
~ Whole of Suctions 1, 2 and 3 NEM, SEM, and
,EM SWM Section 4. Lois 1, 2 and 3 NEM and
" Lot 4 SEM Sec. ft. EM NEM, EM SEM, Lot 2 '
» SEM Sec. 8. Whole of Seclions 9, lOaud 11. NM,
! * NM SEM andSWM.Sec. 12. WMSec.l3, Whole
• of sections 14, 15 and 16, EM NEM, Lot 1 NEM, I
'" EM SEM, Lot 2 SEM, See. 17. EM NEM, Lot i
II NEM, EM SEM, Lot 2 SEM Sec. 20. NM, NM
. SEM and NM SWM Sec. 21. Whole of seclions
_J 22 and 23. NWM NEM, SM NEM, NWM and SM
'.' Section 24. NM and SWM Sec. 25. Whole of
_* Section 26. NEM, and NM ami SWM Sec. 25. j
'" Whole of section 26. NEM, and NEM NWM :
r " Sec. 27. EM NEM, EM SEM, Lot 2 SEM Sec. 29. I
". NEM NEM Sec. 33. AiII tat Town. 17, Range 18.
" Lots 5 aud 9 NEM, Lots 6, 7 and s, NWM, Lots i
', IS and 11 SEM and Lot 12 SWM See. 5. EM Lots
" 1 and 2 NEM and EM SEM Sec. 6. EM NEM See.
° 7. Lots ft and 6 NEM, NWM, Lois 7 and 8 SEM
'* and SWM See. s. Lots 5 and 6 NEM, NWM, '
" Lots 7 and S SEM and EM SW M Sec. 17. SW M '
'.'.' Sec. 19. Lots SandBNEM, NM NWM and Lots
'j 7 and 8 SEM Sec. 20. Lots 5 and 6 NEM and
" Lots7andßSEM Seo. 29. WM NEM and NWM |
Sec. 38. Lois 5 ami 6 NEM Sec. 32. All in Town, I
'.. 17, Range 11.
™ Lot 6, NWM Sec. 5, in Town. 18, Range 11.
KANSAS l»l.r;iMSHi;i) ItESKRVAIIoX.
Lot 20 NEM, Lots 21, 22, and 23 NWM, SEM,
„. and Lots 24, 25, 26,27,28 and 29 SWM Sec. 19.
~ Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 NWM and SM Sec. 20. Lot 4
„ NEM, Lot 3 NWM nnd SM Sec. 21. Lot 4 NEM,
tt" Lot 8 NWM and SM See. 22. Lot 4 NEM. Lot 3
... NWM Sec. 23. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 NWM See.j!4.
Whole of Seclions 27, 2S, 29, NEM Lois 18, 14, 15,
16, 17 aud IS NWM, SEM. Lois 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
and 24 SWM Sec. 30. NEM, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
_ find IS NWM, SEM, Lois 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 aud 24
SWM Sec. 31. Whole of Seclions 32, 33 and 34.
All in Town 16, Raugu 8.
»f Lot 5 NEM, Lot 6 NWM Sec. 19. Lot 4 NEM,
's Lot 3 NWM Sec. 20. Lot 4 NEM. Lot 3 NWM
re Sec. 21. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 8 NWM See. 22. Lot 4
NEM, Lot 3 NWM Sec. 23. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3
NWM Sec. 24. All in Town, 16, Range 111.
Lot 6 NEM, Lot 7 NWM Sec. 111. Loi 5 NEM,
Lot 6 NWM, Lot 4 SEM Sec. 2(1. Loll NEM,
>.. Lot 2 SEM Seo. 29. Lot 1 NEM, Lot 2 SEM Sec.
i, 32. All ill Town, 16, Range II).
Whole of Sections 3, 4 and 5. Lots 13, 14 and 21
NEM, Lois 15,16, 17, 18,19 aud 20 NWM, SEM
0 and Lois 22, 83,24, 25, 26 and 27 SWM Sec. t;
NEM, Lois, 13,14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 NWM, SEM,
Lot.- in, 211, 21, 22, 23 and 24 SWM Sec. 7. Whole
of Sections 8, 9, 111, 13, 14,15, 16, 17, NEM, Lois 1:1,
ly 14,15,1«, 17 and 18 NWM, SEM, Lois 19, 20, 21,
d. 22, 23, 24 SWM Sec. JS. NEU, Lots 13, 14, 15, Hi,
17, IS, NWM, SEM, Lots 19, 21), 21, 22, 23, 24 SWM
Sec. 19. Whole of Sections 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
27, 28, 29 NEM. Lois 13, 14,15,16,17, IS NWM,
- SEM. Lots 19, 2(1, 21, 22, 23, 24 SWM Section 311.
1 NEM, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS NWM, SE!,, Lots
I? I 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 SWM Section 31, Whole of
ts ' Sections 82, 33, 31, 35, 36. All iv Town. 17,
E< j Range S.
Whole of Sections 16, 17, IS, 111, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28,
fl 29,311,31,32,33,34. All in Town. 17, Range 9,
' Lot 6 NEM, Lot 5 SEM Sec. 5. Lot 4 NEM,
Lot 3 SEM See. 8. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 SEM Sec.
t, 17. Lot 4 NEM, Loi 3SE M Sec. 20. Lot 4NE M,
"c Lot 3 SEM Sec. 29. Lot 4 NEM, Lot 3 SEM Sec.
ft. 32. All in Tow n. 17. Range 111.
~j Lot 3 and NM NEM. Lot 4 und NM NWM Sec.
„ 1. Lot 3 nndNM NEM, Lot 4 nnd NM NWM
:' Sec. 2, Loi 3 and NMN EM, Lot 4 aud NM NW M
" Sec. 3. Lot 3 and NMNE M, Lot 4 and NM NW M
* d Sec, 4. Lot 8 and NM NEM. 1.0t4 nndNM NWM
••■ Sec. 6. Lot 31 and NM NEM. Lois 24, 25, 26, 27,
.'f 28, 29, So NWM Sec. 6. All in Town. IS, Range 8
Lot 5 and NM NEM. Lot " and N M N w M Sec.
1. Lot ft and NM NEM. Lot 6 and NM NWM
Sec. 2. LotftamlNM NEM,Lot OandNM NWM
Sec.3. Lot ftandNMNEM.Lot 6 and NM NWM
<. Sec. 4. Lot 5 mill NM NS.I?, Lot. 6, nudNMNWM
PUBLIC LANDS.
Sco, 5 Lot 0 andNM NEH, Lots 7, 8. 0, 10 NWM
Sec. 6 All in Town. IS, Ranee 9. __
Lot ft NEM, Lots 6 and 7 NWM Sec. ft. Lots .1 y
and 4 NEK, Lots 5 ami'i NWH See. ta. AH iv
Town. IS, Range 111.
Such proposal* 1>" made tor jrareels or ]
tracts not exceeding in any case one hundred and j R
sixty acres e:.cli. SlrouHl any projxvsal be for any J,
tract having upon li improvements of any kind tj
which won' made by or for the Indians or for
Government purposes, the proj>osals therefor
must suite the price bid for tlie land and for the ci
improvements separately. 1
Those lands comprise the unsold portion of j H
what, are known as the Kansas Indian Trusl ' «''
Lands, and also all thai portion of the Kansas j T
Indian Diininislnal Reservation lying outside of *
the exterior boundary line of lhe lands assigned | v\
in severally lo members ofthe tribe under lhe ■
provision of the iil'oresnid treaty, ci
All bids must be accompanied by the depositor P
a sum equal to ten iter centum of the Amount of ci
each birl, which sum, in case the land is awarded
and balance not paid, will be forfeited by lhe bid- a
der. Should any bid be rejected the sum de.iosi- b
ted will be returned to the prolan- party. f*
Patents will Ik. issued find transmitted to pur- d
chasers as soon after full payment as practicable, ti
Payments must be mods in cash, or such certill- b
cates of indebtedness of lhe Kansas tribe of In
dians, issued by the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs lor the debts of said Indiaus, as are made
receivable as cash by the provisions of the amen
ded second (2d) article of the treaty of March i:t,
18(12, to the amount for which they were issued. ~
in payment for lands that may lie purchased out 1
of that pui'tiau of said RusOlfttUon commonly
knowti as "Trust. Lands.''
All lands purchased from that jiortion of the
"Diminished lieservation" herein olfered for sale
must Ire paid for in cash. The right to reject any f
and all bids is expressly reserved. .1
AU bills must be sealed ami addressed to the o
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and indorsed (i
"Bids for Kansas Indian Trust Lauds," or "Bids li
for Kansas Diminished Reserve Lands,'' as the <
case may be.
Persons or parties whose bids are accepted w ill
be notified of such acceptance as soon thereafter I
as practicable. t
If within torty days after such notice has been a
duly mailed payment in full is not made to the 1
Cottunissioner of Indian Affairs of the nrnoiinl
bid, the land for which such hid was made will
be again subject to sale. t
IX*posits to accompany bids may be made iti s
any public depository of the 1 r nited States or sol- t
vent National Bank, evidenced by a certillcate of
dejrosit transferred to E. S. Parke'r, Commissioner
ol Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C.
Bids will be received until the 25th day of July
next, after which, as'soon as practicable,they will
be opened, examined and acted upon.
11. H. CLUM,
Acting Commissioner.
Wasium.io.v, I). C,May IS, 1t.71. jc3—tJ2ft I
JMALL FARMS FOR ;
f"1 HARM ING COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE
AT (Jl NSTON HALL, ON THE POTOMAC. '
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED,
i
j TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON,
AND FOUR MILES FROM MT. VERNON.
1
FACILITIES FOR
BOATING, SHOOTING,
FISHING, AND
SURF BATHING,
ON SUNNYSIRE BAY.
FINE WATER, TIMBER, GRA ZING LANDS
HIGH, ROLLING, HEALTHY.
j UNSURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRUCK.
i GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD OF ONE HUN
DRED NORTHERN FAMILIES HERE.
i SOLD IN LOTS FROM TEN TO ONE HUN
DRED ACRES.
STEAMBOAT ' LANDING ON PREMISES,
AND RAILROAD IN REAR.
ONE HOUR FROM WASHING TON BY RAIL.
TITLES CLEAR AND UNDISPUTABLE.
We want oue hundred llr.-t-class families, In
! tlnstrious, temperate and enterprising. No ques
tions asked about religion or iiolities.
You can raise every variety of Fruil, Grass nnd
Grain.
Facilities for dairying excellent.
Manures, Lime, Mat'latrd Muck easily obtained
near the premises.
Direct and rapid shipment of all products North
by rail or water.
No one need fear excess heat or cool niirhts;
for fresh bre."/.es come up the bay and temper the
atmosphere. j
To persons of intellectual tastes, the near vi
cinity of the National Capital is of inestimnble
! value. It is ucar enough to Washington to allow
j one to do business there and be home at night ;
or. iv winter to reside iv the city and have the
' luxuries of a ft.rmhonle.
We urge our Northern friends not lo go Wesi.
I
. frov far into lhe South to live in tire wilderness.,
j till they have seen onr beautiful region of the
Upper Potomac.
j Come find see fis here in Virginia. Here yon
■I
, will find true hearts ready to welcome yon, So
| ciety organized with Churches, Schools, Horti
: j cultural aud Agricultural Sociclies, Nurseries of
j fruit trees und beautiful cultivated farms. Here
. ! you will Hurl the cheapest laud on this conl ineni,
I ! ami which is -ure to increase rnpidlc i>> value. —
i !
I I Northern men of means are coming in rapidy.
Lands from $20 ro #25 per acre, of excellent
quality to improve, can be ttoughl on long lime.
1 i Farms can be Mated by those who wish to stay
j awhile to try the climate.
1 Address
j j "STATE Jill lt> tl." OFUCIi,
I '»"
BECK, KNOX 4 KIRBY,
Real Estate Agents,
jap 12—if Alexandria, Va.
', Tl L (1 I >
(If.f.IXOIs)
I
i ! WAT 0 Bill
!
, Pkxn'a H. R. Co., Gex'i. Scp't's Osficc, i*
■' Af.TuoXA, January ID, IS7II. )
. T. M. Avr.KV, Esq.,
. Pres't national Watch Co., Chicago;
i
. Dear Sir, —This Company luis purchased and
, put in lhe hands of its engiue-iuen, eighty "Ruy
'. lnontl movements," which have given excellent
s sarisfaction, and tooted to tx- very reliable tlme
f I keepers. In addition to these, quite a number of
E L G I N W A T C H E S
have been purchased by officers and employees of
, this Company, all of whom have been well
pleased wilh tbe efficiency and regularity ofthe
, movements manufactured by the National Walch
: - j Company,
Respectfully,
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
> t jeii'l Superintendent.
a •
a
', S_~Call on your Jeweler ami ask to see the
; Elgin Watches.
Business oflice and Salesroom National Waich
& Company.
4 UB anil IHI Lake Sireet, Chicago.
i I Maiden Lane New- York.
~ je 15—2(1 W &wlw
ASSIGNEE SaALES.
i mOrTßsTfl SALE OF /7
VALUABLE LOTS AT UAPPAHOOSIC, IN VA
THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER
By virtue ni an order of W W. Forbes Esq., I Ii
j Register in Bankruptcy, I shall as assignee of j Di*
Joshua La Garret, bankrupt, sell at pubiir auc- iv t
tion at Gloucester Court-house, mi ', unt
MONDAY, THE 3d DAY OF JULY, 1871,
commencing al 12 o'clock. M., all the RIGHT, Icon
TITLE and INTEREST of the said bankrupt in | doo
thiee lots at Cnppahoosic, in the county of (tion* j ton
cester, free from all liens and encumbrances. — j &o\\
The first of these lots, which contains two (2) ; est.
acres, fronts ujxm the main road leading to the of J
wharf, and is particularly desirable for a huitding De]
lot. The two other tots, containing respectively me
' eight ami ten acre,-, front upon and run back to hai
public lanes, and are very desirable to persons lan
engaged in market gardening. j pui
TERMS—One-fourth cash; the balame ou si>: . the
and twelve months time. Purchaser to give i wil
bond.-, with ample personal security, for the de- j
ferred payments, with interest thereon, from the j 1
day of sale; title to be retained by the assignee twi
until the whole of the purchase money shall have, ! ing
been paid. P. A. FORBES. mil
Assignee of Joshua Is, Garrett, Bankrupt. ji
my 27—2aw:tw
868_. 1
k SSU;>EES-S SALE OF j V
TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE ACRES ] ,
OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF ES- , *
SEX, VA., AT AUCTION. ~l;
In accordance with a decree of the District ,Nl '
Court of the United States, signed by the Hon.
John C. Underwood, District. Judge, pronounced co ,
on the 22d May, IS7I. I shall sell in front oi the I ((0(
door of the Custom house, in ibe City of Itich- tm
mond, !
ON SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF ' Psl
JULY, 1871. ' bll
Two hundred and forty-live acres of valuable ot j
Land in the < 'otiniy of finex, within four miles of ( | v
tin 1 Rappahannock River. The land i- well
wooded aud watered—the neighborhood :iu excel- •
lent one, and the Laud productive. , v
TERMS—One-third cash; balance in si\ and m j
twelve months, with negotiable notes, interest I
added, title retained until the whole of the pur- i
chase money is paid. \ t
T. H. BROOKE, ! J
Assignee of Paul Spindle. j J
my 20—2aw:»w j 1Z
SSIOISEE's" SALE OF VALUABLE |
LANDS IN KING/ AND O.UEEN COI.'NTY.
i By virtue of an order of the District 1 Court of Ui
the' United States for the District of Virginia, gi.
made the 4th day of April, ls-71, in the matter of ro
S. G. Fauntleroy, a baukrupt, I shall, as assignee
id' said bankrupt, sell at public auction, iv front
of King and U.ueen Court-House, on
THURSDAY, THE 13th JULY, Is?I. g
(that being court-day) at 12 o'clock M., the fol- I J,.
lowing REAL ESTATE surrendered by the said 1 V
bankrupt, to wit: :„
Oue undivided sixth of the tract of land called be
"Farmers'.Mount," which contains (the eutire j Li
track) r>2o ACRES, and lies in King and Queen j T'
county, adjacent to the Dunkirk Ferry" property, fp
on the Mattaponi river in said county. The Late sis
Dr. Moore ii, Fauntleroy resided on this tract
iv bis life-tiino. This interest will be sold entire.
ALSO, 3
gi
The tract of land called "(Henwood," separated l ta
from the ahOTB described tract by the public road j,' r ,
i leading from.Dunkirk Ferry to Newtown, aud ly
ing only half a mile from the Ferry. This tract con- -■
tains 70*2 acres, is the present residence of Dr. S. tfcl. i
Fauntleroy, and will be sold entire, or in parcels, _;
as may seem most desirable on the day of sale. V
These lands are very desirable. Any informa- ;
i tion respecting them will be furnished by the uu- I
dersigned, if applied by letter or otherwise.
; TiittJts Of Sai.k—Cash, as to a sum sullicient to !*J
defray the. expenses of sale; as to the residue, upon i -** 1
acredit of six, tlfteen and twenty-four months, Ul
in equal instalments, the pnrehaj-'or to execute \
Ixmds for the deferred payments, bearing interest j
at six per cent, from the day of sale, the title to
be retained until the purchase money is paid in *: c
full, with power to re-sell in case any bond for Jv
purchase money shall not be paid at maturity.
J. H. C. JONES, Assignee. *
St. Stephen's Church, Va., May 99, 1871. J l '
je BawSW W
ASSIG\EE'S SALE OF je
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, IN PATRICK
COUNTY, VA., AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of the United States Dis- gi
trict Court for Eastern District of Virginia, I will, ta
ON THURSDAY, 22n DAY OF JUNE. I*7l.
• sell, aa assignee of John Toggle, bankrupt, on j I
the premises, where the bankrupt now rcsids, a I
TRACT of Ist AND, containing 190 acres, lying on *
the waters Of Book Castle creek, and adjoining j
the lands of Abram I [ouch ins and others.
Also, ! *}
Iff
at the same time and place, a TRACT of 100 I bl
acres, lying on the waters of Smith's river, ad- *''
joining the lands of Reuben Wright snd others. \ ■»»
di
Ai.bo, I
one TRACT of 60 acres, lying on the head waters
" of Book Castle creek, adjoining the lands of Na- Jjj
thaniel Burwell nnd others. 2
F
TERMS—One-third cash: balance in six and a(
-* twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser giv
ing bonds, with approved security, for the de
ferred payments, and title retained till whole of
purchase money is paid.
THOS. E. COBBS,
je 9—lawßw Assignee. ll
A Lacy, Auctioneer-. el
H
ASSKiNEE'S SALE OF a;
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN HALIFAX li
COUNTY. VA. g<
p
; In obedience to a decree of the District Court
of the United States for the Eastern district of
B Virginia, entered iv the matter of Stephen D. tt
Tucker, bankrupt, on the 9th day of May, 1871,
i 1 shall, on
(I
i- FRIDAY, THE 14m DAY OF JULY, l«7l, o
I
(. l)roceed to sell on the premises at •public Hoclion,
the real estate surrendered by said bankrupt, ci
, v the purchasers thereof al the former sale, having b.
failed to comply with the terms of sale. The
j said real estate consists uf two tracts—the one
formerly purchased by S. D.Tucker, and on n
c which he now resides, containing 200}» ACRES h
more or less, "on which there art* valuable im- v
l»rovements, including a gootl dwelling-house-, n
kitchen and ni'eessary out-houses, a tine orchard, n
t &c., &c, —the other, purchased at ihe furmer
sale by O. H. Walker, containing 334 J-i ACRES,
■ more or less, on which there Is a small seitle
ment, two or three good tobacco barns, Jfee. The
,(> land lies along the waters of Lady Creek, at>out
ten miles from Halifax, aud three miles from ,
Meadsville, and Is w*dl adapted to the cultiva- *
tion of wheat, corn, tobacco, &o. The land will
v be sold free from all liens and eincftmhrances, ex
ce]>t tbe contingent right of dower of the bank- T
> rupt'l wife. J
i- (CjTERMS OF SALE--One-half purchase money l
to be paid iv cash, the balance on a credit of six \
,1' months, the purchaser giving bond with good se- j
eurity, and benring interest from day of sale for j
•c the deferred payment.
A. BARKSDALE, Jii,, Assignee 1 J 1
t, je !•'>—law3w of S. D. Tucker, Bankrupt. ] i
_ j By Col. J. J. Hill, Auctioneer.
j jt BsssVsMPa SALE OF
it VALUABLE REAL AND I*ERSONAL f
ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARK'S
e. VILLE, VA. J
, y Iv the matter of It. H. MOSS k BROS.
By an order of the District Court of the United f
States for the District of Virginia, consented to ,
by all parties Interested, I shall, as assignee for
the above named bankrupts, sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder,
ON THE l.Vru DAY OF SEPTEMBER, Wl, -
in tlie town of Clarksville, Va., free from aIL
liens and encumbrances, a large amount of PER
SONAL PROPERTY, consisting of
j £
Horses, Mules and Cattle. j 1
Household and Kitchen Furniture, i i
Two (2) Steam Engines, withcompleteouttit; s
Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in good order, suf- !
llcieiyt to work 200 hands.
The REAL ESTATE consist of about twenty- «
live valuable Town and Wood Lots, iv and near ■
to the town of Clarksville ; Two large Facto
ries (smoking and manufacturing) ; also, "Kin- 1
derton," one mile out of town, containing 300 !
acres with handsome Dwelling.
TERMS—For all personal property oash; for }
real estate, one-fourth of purchase money cash, j
the balance payable iv twelve months, with in- i
id terest from day of sale.
y- J. M. CARRINGTON. Assignee
nt jeO—2awtds of li. 11. Moss A: Bros. J 1
ft
of By (vl. J. J. Hill. Auctioneer. I
k SSU;\EE'S SALE OF
of YALT'ABLE REAL AND PERSONAL
'11 ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CEARKS- 1
LW VILLE, VA.
■h
By au order of the District Court of the United i >
States for the District of Virginia, I shall, as as- i
signee of Chainberlaynn & Moss, expose for sale, ; i
to the highest bidder, at public auction, one of i
the best and largest DISTILLERIES in Virginia, | i
with fixtures complete, free from all liens and ■ t
encumbrances, iulhe town of Clarksville, ya., ( I
lie
ON THE l.Vni DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871. I
*
TERMS—One-fourth cash; the balance pay
able, with Interest, twelve months after day of
sac. J. M. CARRINGTON, Assignee
je It—tawtdl of Chamberlayue & Moss. 1
ASSIGNEE SALES.
k SSIOINEE'S SALE OF
valuable real estate, at public
auction
In obedience to an order of the United States
District Court forthc Eastern District of Virginia,
in the matter of H. A. Vanghan, bankrupt, Hit*
undersigned will,
ON THE 23i» DAY Of JUNE, I*7l,
commencing nt 11 o'clock A. M, In front of the
door of the Courl-Hon»« of said court, in Lhe Ons*
tom-Honse building in the city of Richmond, Va..,
poll nt public auction, the following valuable t-enl
estate, viz: 7W)_ ACRES of LAND in the county
of Lunenburg, nnd about IK> miles from Meherrin
Depot, on the R. and D. railroad. The improve
meats in Dm way of buildings upon this land are
handsome, commodious and nearly WW. Thi-.
land will lit- sold as a whole, or in lots to .suit
purchasers, freo from lien or encumbrance except
the contingent dower right A plat of this land
will be exhibited on day of sale.
; TERMS—One-fourth cash ; balance in six and
twelve months, equal instalment?, purchaser giv
! ing bonds, with security, and title to lie retained
j until the whole oi the purchase money is paid.
I jo 6— 2aw3w P. A.FORBES, Assignee.
| ~k BMU.SE EN" SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. AT PUBLIC
AI'('TION.
In obedience to an order of the United State-
District Court for the Eastern District of Virginin,
\ iv the matter of Allen A. Burwell, bankrupt, the
' undersigned will,
ON' THE 23 n DAY OF JUNE, IS7I,
commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of lhe
■ door of the Court-House of said court, -v theCns
| tom-House building in the city of Richmond, Va.,
sell at public auction, the following valuable real
estate, viz : 396)ti ACRES iv the county ol Lunen
burg, adjoining the hinds of E. Newcomb and
others. This land has upon it a comfortable
dwelling and all necessary outhouses.
TERMS—Om -fourth cash: balance in six nnd
[ twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser giv
j ing bonds, with security, and title to be retained
until the whole of the purchase money is paid.
P. A. FORRES,
AY. M. DAVIDSON,
! je 6—aawtw Assijine: m.
| k SMGTSEE*-** SALE~OF *
' VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
AUCTION.
In obedience t-o an order of the United State-
District Court for the Eastern District of Vir
gidia, in the matter of William "Wilkinson, bank
rupt, the undersigned will,
ON THE 23d DAY OF JUNE, IS7I,
commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of ihe
j door of the Court-Holise of said court, in the
Custom-llonse building in the city of Richmond,
j Va., sell at public auction,),.:" ACRES OF LAND
in the county of Lunenburg, dower bavin*.
been assign.".l the widow by th? county court ot
! Lunenbunr. this land will tie sold as follow- :
Two-thirds in value of said tract will be sold free
from all liens, the remaining one-third will be <=old
subject to the life estate of Mrs. Wilkinson.
TERMS—One-fourth cash : balance in six and
twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser
giving bonds, with security, and title to be re
tained until the whole of the purchase money i
paid. P. A. FORBES,
je 6—2uw3w Assignee.
SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC
AUCTION.
In obedience to an order of the United States
i District Court for the Eastern District of Yir
■ ginia, in the matter of R. E. Shore, bankrupt, the
j undersigned will,
ON THE B&fl DAY" OF JUNE, 1871,
commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front ofthe
door of the Court-House of said conrt, in the
Custom-House building in the city of Richmond,
Virginia, .sell at public auction, the said bank
rupt's undivided interest in 1/038 ACRES OF
LAND in the couuty of Nottoway ; said interest
being equal to one-third value of said tract sub
ject to the encumbrance of lhe life estate of Mrs.
M. A. Shorn, mother of said bankrupt.
TERMS—One-fourth cash ; balance in six and
twelve months, equal instalment*, purchaser
giving Iwnds, with security, ami title to be re
tained until the whole of the purchase money i*
paid. P. A. FORRES,
je _—2aw3w Assignee.
yt SSICSNEE\S OF SALE OF
I VALUBLE REAL ESTATE IN CAMPBELL
COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of a decree ofthe District Court of
! the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
i ginia, rendered in the matter of Wm. H. Walker,
, bankrupt, the undersigned, assignee of said bank-
I rupt, will sell, at public auction, in the town of
i Brookneal, Campbell couuty, to tho highest bid
i der, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, IS7I,
! all the REAL INSTATE surrendered by the said
bankrupt in his schedules, except the Mill nnd
Foundry, on Falling river, and the land thereto
attached. Tlie said real estate consist of
Ist. A tract of
EIGHTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND,
more or less, adjoining the town of Brookneal,
on which there are valuable improvements, in
cluding a large and commodious DWELLING -
HOUSE, Kitchen, necessary Out-Houses, Orch
ards, &c.
The land ia productive and adapted to the cul
tivation of Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, &c, and alio
gether, this is really a most valuable piece of
property.
[' 2d. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each in ih"
town of Brookneal, (No. 24 and No. 34), and
3d. One-half Interest in three TOWN LOT?-,
(Nos. 27, 2s and 2D) in town of Brookneal, on one
of which is .situated a valuable TOBACCO FAC
TOR*".
, The said land is sold free of all liens and en
, cumbrances, except the right of dower of lhe
j bankrupt's widow.
TERMS—One-half cash ; residue of purchase
i money on a credit of six mouths, purchaser giv
; ing bond, w;itli approved security, and bearing
. interest from day of sale, for tha'deferred pa\
, inent, and title retained until the purchase
, money j< fully paid.
r A, RARKSDALK, Jr., Assignee
, of W. H. Walker, Bankrupt.
je l.j—2aw3w
J k SSIU.NEE'S SALE OF
1 VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT "PUBLIC
j AUCTION.
In obedience to an onler of the Uuited State-
District Court for the Eastern District of Virgin
ia, in the matter of John U Watkins, bankrupt..
the undersigned will.
[ j ON THE 23i> DAY OF JUNE, ls;i,
1 j commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the
j door of the Court-House of said court, in tho
i Custom-llouse building in the city of Richmond,
} Va., sell at public auction, 150 At 'RES of LAND,
'■ situated near KeysviUe station, on the"R. &D. R.
■ R., in the county of Charlotte. ,
Also,
J One-seventh interest in IBS ACRES of LAND,
situated in the county of Charlotte, free from all
liens and encumbrances.
«
TERMS—One-fourlh cash; balance in six and
, twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser giv
ing liOnds, with security, and title to be retained
1 till whole of the purchase money is paid.
•- je S—2aw3w P. A. FORBES, Assignee.
Case No. 4226.
A SAIGAEE AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BOWLING
IL GREEN, CAROLINE COUNTT, A'A.
By virtue of the decree rendered by the United
! States District Court for the Eastern District of
; Virginia, rendered on the 12th day of June, 1871,
| in the matter of J. S. Davis, bankrupt, we will
; sell at Bowling Green. Caroline county, Va., ou
I
MONDAY. THE lorn DAY OF JULY, IS7I,
-- at 12 o'clock M., the following real property of
f said bankrupt, viz:
i- DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT OF ONE
0 I ACRE,
! with Odd-Fellows' Hall and Storehouse attached,
i, | Al m _ THE STOREHOUSE AND LOT
i- i
; purchased by the said bankrnpt of Edgar Me-
Kenney and the heirs at large of Brockenbrough
j Peyton, on Main street.
For a more particular description of tho same,
reference is hereby made to the deed of trust-*
i from saiit bankrupt and wife to Robert Hndgin,
trustee, dated Bth of January, lSCtf, and received
in the clerk's oflice of Caroline County court.
ALSO ONE TWO-STORY DWELLING
HOUSE,
d I with basement, siruateon Main street, with lot
■*- one nnd one-half acres, peach and apple orchard
>, thereon.
>f j TERMS—One-third cash, and the balame at
i, ; six and twelve months, tor negotiable notes, m
d I terest added, ami the title retained unlil all the
| purchase money is paid.
I At the same time all bonds, notes, and choser
I. in action, belonging to the said bankrupt.
! TERMS-Oash.
JACOB COHN,
»f j Assignee of J. S. Davis.
RO. HI 1 DO-IN. Trustee, Ac.
! je l.'i—2a\vSw

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