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...1. :. -harp i A parting in angry haste: Tl n lhal rose on a bower of bits. i lie loving 1,.,,], and :i lender kiss, ita- set oil a barren Waste, Where pilirrims tread with vwary t.-ei Pntllf llesljne.l ..evel' 1;1.i1.' |0 Hie- 1 ! \ rrivolon. word, n -bare, retort, A tn...■licit! i tm t blots out year.-; Two In.- are wrecked on a' slormv shore. Where Ihe billows of passion surce and roar le i.r.-ak ill a spray of fear i. ae- -he.l to bind lhe pair. lirining -ciw.'i.i ami drowning there A frivolous word, a sharp rei.n A flash from a passing rlonri. Iwo icai-i- are -enb.-«i to their nlmosl , -.re. Are ashes nn.l dn-i :'..re)ei nu.re ; Two face- nir I io ibe crowd, Masked by |>rtde with a Itfe-hmg lie, I, liiile iic -car- of lhal agon) . A frivolous wont, a, sharp retort, An uri-ow ai random sped, li lii- .-ni iv i wain the un-in- t j,, thai boi'ii.t two souls in harmony Sweel love lies bleeding or dead. A [loisonetl slum with -care,- an am, Has done n ..ii-cbi.-i -a.i ns -I A frivolous wont, a sharp retorl Alas: for ib.- i.e.- ,-i,„| ;,,, , So little a cause ha- rem apart ; L'enring the lontle.l bean tram bear! A a whirlwind r Is and rives, N.-\ er io reiciiie again, Hul In.- and die in secret pain. A frivolous word, a sharp retorl Ala-: ihat it should be so' l' 1- IK'tultini -| h, die careless longue, Have wrought more evil and dot lorewroiiß Hnve bronghl to ihe world more woe Thau ail Ihe armies age to age Records on hisrry's .blooil-slaiued page. TALKS WITH t oitisiisi'ONDl'Ms. .Mar.v .1. of Oneonta rebels against the ITi-yaloiit custom of wearing corset*; ami nsisis that "n,,. human form divine" ni'.'ils ti.. snrh adventitious aids to increase ns symmetry. Mary is exactly right. The most [iii lm t female figure, that ofthe Venus • ii Medici, never knew tin- compression of rorsets. Paris milliners an- skilled iv lit ting the ilivss io the form without tlio aid of "Hscts, using for HtHR-nhig delicate and y*ielding whalebones. ■lames 11. ,'islvs us iioyy- he can tictpurc a knowledge td' the French language most easily. Answer. —A careful and thorough stiuly.)!' O'llendorf's i.r Mani-sca's Method in connection wilh the translation of 'Tele tttachiis' or 'Corinc' will give you an intro lurtion to tlie language and a good knovyl ■,i_e of ils grammar. To write it with iccuracy you must have gome one thor mghly conversant with French correct your •omjiosiiioiis. The pronunciation you can nit become proficient in wilhinit a'teacher. hit you may learn io read the language vita mi other aid than Olletidort, a diction try anil books to translete. In learning lo speak ii the ear needs education, ami it ia lot uncommon to liinl ootid French scholars who can understand that language only when addressed through the eye by yvrit -Urs. M. J. Telford sends us the followim. ..ipe for making salve for scalils and uiiiis, which has been used in her liiniilv uulhcr fatlier's lor lifty years. Her father used it in a wide medical practice, ami found it highly soothing in every case of burn, as it very perfectly excludes the air, anil newly-churned fresh butter with a crumb of rosin. Simmer slowly lill the moisture is out, anil strain through a line rloth. This will keen for any number of 3 ears, nnd is convenient tt) apply imme diately. , Tin- following is an excellent salve alst) in cases of abrasion of the skin, and often in old sores: Mean leaves picked yvhile tender, and boiled in fresh lard for an hour, taking care not to allow the lard to Mrs. 1.. 11. Mead, of Tennessee, wishes a cure for cockroaches. Powdered borax scattered about their haunts will drive them. bread and laid in jars and bowls yy ill at tract them, anil they can then lie destroyed •Mrs. .Jane Crosby wishes directions as in the laying out of ncr Hower-garden. If she will draw a ground plan of her house anil ground and semi it to James Vick, Rochester, N. .., he yvill give her full di rections how to lay it out, and what flowers Henry Rogers asks if we know anything ..f the woven wire mattress. Answer. — V\ c have slop! on one nearly two years, ami fiin I it tin- pleasantest of beds, giving at half the price of a spring mattress equal comfort in winter and greater coolness in I The existence of wingless beetles in the - Azores—a group of islands about a thou sand miles wesi of Fiuope, ami separated from it hy« channel nearly Fifteen thousand , feet deep—presents ii difficult problem to i the naturalist. As the Azores lie in :i re gion of storms from fill points of the com pass, and as these storms arc capable of conveying to their shores forms of animal and vegetable life, ii is not surprising to liiul that about ninety-four percent, of the i.irtls, butterflies, beetles, anil plants of these islands are identical with Ehropean "i- American species, lint these wingless beetles, which arc found nowhere else, ex cept in .Madeira ami the Canary Island.-, • .iil.i not possibly have traveled from these groupa to the Azores, over six hundred miles o<f water, in their present condition. I.ntoniologists have come lo the conclusion that in theft* islands booties have a tenden cy lo become wingless, ami that us some \ ..I' th.in differ from their Fiiropeun allies ~iily in this respect, the change from winged io wingless has taken place since the resi dence of the species in the Azores. The which enabled their ancestors to emigrate .1 ideinu. Forsyth mi his recent Journey to Farkand. t ni Western Asia, was at onetime detacltoa 11 "iii tin- rest of the party; and he writes • v ii Roderick Murohison, that in attempting lo descend one of the valleys in the region ' through which tbey passed, he nntl his, oin- I .anions Buffered fearfully, in struggling lor three days through the Broken ice of a tor rent, at "tin- bottom oi a stupendousthasm, from which, in .sonic places, the light of day ..as almost entirely excluded. The intense .old of the elevated plateau yvhii-h tbe part v crossed occasioned them terrible sulfcrings, although they were very Warmly clad. An elephant's tusk, curiously lilackein-.l and diseased, aiul to yy Inch yvcrc attached long rows of eggs, apparently those of an insect, has recently attracted some attention Irom scientific men iv England. The clc ifhanl yviis shot by an army officer iv Mala '••ii. Both tusks were in the same c.ii.h :-"i. So one h.-is, as yei, i, w . n able to give any information concerning tho para site, except a writer to the Fiem, who sity ihat th,- diseased tusks me not uncommon, i.in that lln-y Occur only in the female ele- . notice lhat a paper published in tha • -"iiiiiyot Antrim, Ireland, the l.tuu, /,'. - ;>■■ ter, mentions a- remarkable, the fact ili.it there i- a pair of geese in tho neighbor- i liood thirty-three years old. Mr. I.aiil.e-iei, however, in his able essay on longevity. puts the age of lhe goose at one hundred i, ar- ; ami he mimics J^n.l Uoeon as savins llcil "the ",„is,. als, iietv - ni r .'tl whereupon ihi.- proverb grew anon (iermaaa: 'older than a wild goo c ' " A fossil jaw-bone and some skull,, ot n.c men ie antiquity, (bund in the ca itcro pai; of (iiba s,.i oe y oars ago, havo been the sub ject of inquiry and rtelilicration by a com mits f scientific men iv Spain, who havi jn-t issued tiieir report ft! Madrid, to tie effect lhal tic, jaw-hone i-. niidoulitcllv hu man. Only one member of the commission dissented, and his reason yvas that the jayi hotic was found in a position which would argue far greater antiquity in ihe human race than he was prepared to concede. "The Landfill! of Columbia." Lithesome* what peculiar title of a paper lately read before the Geographical Society, in which the author endeavors to show, by mama of a careful comparison between an' Admiralty chart nnd the diary of the great discoverer, ihat the lirst land which Columbus saw and sei fool upon when he discovered America, yens what is now known as ..'idling's Man,l in the lialiannis. Scientific notes from Sew Zealand l.y the latest mails contain au account of a won iliii'ully brilliant meteor si-en in that coun try in January last; we would have said last winter, hut January is a summer month in new Zealand, lis light resembled lhat given out by burning magnesium wire, but it emitted vc i! sparks, li completely eclipsed the light tit the moon, which was shining brightly nt the time. Tobacco grown in a cold climate is strong er than l hut grown in a mild tine, and a similar statement is line with regard to celery. So it appears from an article in the Journal of the Pharmaceutical society, where it is maintained that in the less vigorous vegetation of cold climates, ns compared with that of yy -arm regions, the active principles of plants ure more eoncon trateil in Ihe leaves. Delirium tremens has been very success fully ireated in Germany with hydrate of chloral, in doses even so large its one hun dred and twenty grains. It will be remem bered that n few weeks ago a young gentle man in Brooklyn accidentally killed himself by an overdose of this comparatively new medicine. It should never be taken except under the direction of a skilled physician, A magnificent series of sponges from South Africa, most of which are likely to prove new to science, have just heen added to the zoological collection of the British Museum, Coal made from sea-weed is said to be B powerful disinfecting agent. -• GEXERAI, Mills. A new and complete American edition of the works of John linskln is to appear at an early day. The Illinois Legislature has passed the South and North Chicago Park hills. What all the ciiy clocks say to each Other—''Strike, but hear me." French "rlat" houses are becoming nu merous in New York and Brooklyn, At Now Market, N, 11., (1,060,000 yards' of cotton cloth have been woven in the past six months. The new depot in Si. Louis will he one of the largest buildings anywhere erected (in die uses of trade. Peaches have appealed in liusloji market. They came from Georgia, on the (ilh--find by this time they have disappeared. Jell. Davis, though a poor man, liillills his declaration that he would accept noth ing. He floe- no! even '"accept the situa tion." Canker worms hay,- appeared in the groves ami orchards in the vicinity of Boa ton, Taunton, North llridpwater, i..,-. --tucket and <tt.hei'"pl;icc-. in New England. J'ui // cor,mint. —lusti.-e White, has im proved the appearance of his court room, anil at the same time added to bis own com fort, by purchasing a now chair, The im provement is an unimportant one, but the comforts of the place are so few to himself, or any one else, that yy are glad to see the addition of even one. The corps of engineers engaged in making surveys for the Bockport and Loogootee road, last week, took up it subscription for a monument to President Lincoln's mother, whose grave, unmarked by any stone, is not tiir from the line of the railway. The Long islanders and the Jorseymen are engaged in an oyster war, the Jersey men having encroached on the Jamaica oys ter beds. So far no blood has been shed, but it was the fault ofthe Jerseynieii, why, would not yvait for the formidable army of Long [slanders, hm ran away, The Galveston News, learning that San Francisco intends to present the President with a palace sleeping car, pertinently asks, "What will he tlo with it V" andsuggests that lie be also presented with a railway on which to run it, ASSIGNEE SAXES. By virtue or A DECREE tn mi ins. trict Court el ilie 1 iiii.it states fur Hie 1-.. -i em District of Virginia, 1 shall, on '•'l.l/NI.SDAY. THE ,'iii DAY (MF JULY, 1-71, at Mowingford, in tlio county of (,'liaiiotte sell by auction, to the highest bidder, lhal VALUABLE TRACT OV LAND, belonging lo Cain .1. t'.iiu,- Esq., containing about Two Hundred atul Twenty Acres and situated iv the neighborhood ol' MosFingfonl depot, au,l about four miles from theH. ,'c I) X li. ami adjoining the land, of iii.una- Jnckson! John Darnel ami others, and ha- on ii a dwelling liouse flint all the liece.-.sar.v otlt-Uotl.es, The land le in a good neighborhood, is well limbered ami la very fertile oud proilnctive, atul is sohl free from ail liens ami other eiictllll l.iances. TllliMS—llne-lliinl I -ash; balance ill one ami Iwo years equal Instalments, purchaser giving bonds with approved security ; EtUe retained fill purchase money is paid. A- H. PAIIIS. Jo 17—-'ayvav, Assignee of Cain J. Qaine., BANKRUPT NOTICES. ■ \ thi: district coi ht of the i m _TED STATUS for the Eastern Districi of Vir ginia. In Hie matter of Bmzea] _Cottrell vs. Arnold ,t Flake, bankrupts—in bankruptcy. Bistern District tf VlrglnUt, ss : ' Notice Is hereby given thai a final meet lug of the creditor, of .aid Arnold A i-'isUe, bankrupts for ibe purpose 0 f declaring a dividend win be i held al Richmond, at Ihenllicc of W, W. I'orls reclster In bankruptcy, in said district, on Friday the :11Mb day of June, ls7i.ni 10 o'clock A ill In accordance yiiih the prevision,.: of lhe Twenty- ! sey.-iiili ami Twenty-eighth scptlons of Hie Bank rupicy Ad, of March .il, isii7. Dated at Richmond, this i7ih day of June i-"i WM. H. ALLDERDIOE, 4241 T.NTHI-I DISTRICT COURT 111' THE IM- I/flll) STATUS for il," Eastern DLtrlcl of Vir. ! (s-inia. In ihe matter of Robert If. Poryeor, bankrupl —In hankruptcy. To Whom ii Maj Donoern—The underslghnl ' Win. 11. Allderilice, of Ilichiuuml dty, Vtf iiiii, hereby niyes notice of hi- appoint neiit us assignee of I lie estate of Boberl II - iirycar, ul Mecklenbum county, iv said district ' rho was, on the Bth day of May, 1671, odlndgccj bankrupl on his ~.-.., j>• -.iti<>i• by tlie Districi 'oiirl of said dislrict. Dated Richmond, Juue'fi, 1871. 7* M H ALLDEBDK 11. . , j 124U N THE DISTRICT 10l 1.4 til ill II | \\. ; . TED STATKS for Hie (Eastern District ol iriinia. In the luiiiier of Dim.iv Reniiolds, bankrupt—. i bankruptcy. To Whom ll Ah,, Concern—Tlie Hndetvlgned • V.n. II Allderdice ol liicliiuonii city, and Win. I.ai.oic ~i iis-ex county, Virginia, hereby ye fiotiee ~i tiieir appointnieni as asslgneei ol c estate of Utway Hennold., of "•'.sex count) said district, v.lio was, ou ihe Oth day of < . 11., 1.-71. adjudged a hattkrupl on 111. owu i •ii by ihe lii-trici t'ourl of .aid district Dated Richmond, June ». Is7l. WM II AI.I.IHIIiDH ■!■: -jmi* tsTomvEe«mcF- Tim. ~„., I day of June, 1971, a warm hankruptcy ac I a.■•un-1 the estate of .!■■ ■ .1 POl "' i •••ui .1 count}. and state ~t y, , lm !• -'ii ail.iiiih-., tl ~ bankrupt ,-v hi :i lhal the poj men! ol any debts. . '■ livery .-; any pro|iei ly 1..-!...,. L* rupi. 10him or for tii- nse,-and lhe trail ion property by him, are forbkklen by law . thai .-• meeting of tho creditors of said htuil.nipt. t., prove their debts and choose one ..,- more .-. • '- Of hi- c. ,11,,.. yyjll |„. |_~.,j ~, ~ ~,„,,., gf 1,.,,,;,, fiiplcy. 10 he holden at Richmond, before V \\ . Koli.es, !.>,,., Register, on the 2-, i, ,|., v ~. .lie..-. 1-71. al In o'clock A. M. I day of.lime, 1-71.-a wai-rau; in bankruptcy v ..s is,.ii,., 1 ngnlnsl lhe estate of Branch .1. i •-- , 1 ...tiv. of Nottoway conntv, and State of Virginl 1 who ha. been adjudgedn bankrupt on hi- own petition: thai the payment of any debts, and lhe deliver}' ol any property belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for Ids use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law; thai a meeting ~1 the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose ~,,,, ~r more a* ■ Ignees of his estate, will be held al n conrt of hanlcrnptcy, to he holden at Richmond, liefore W \\ . Forbes, Esq., Register, on the -.'-th thiy of . Juno, 1871, ;ti 10 o'clock A. M. klis is TO GIVE NOTICE—Thai en He 7th day of June, ls7l, a warrant In bankrupt as Issued against the estate of Edward A. y, of Norfolk County, and State of Vii'irini.-i. Ita. been adjudged a bnnkrnpton hi.own lon : llial the payment of any debts,and the fry of any property belonging lo -aid hanK , . to him ~,-ii.r hi- us,., an., th,. transfer of any property I>y him aro forbidden by law; thai a meeting of the creditors of Hie -aid bankrupt, lo prove their debts, and cheese on.. 0 r inure as »ia if his estate, will he held al a curl of bankruptcy-, lo be holden al IheCnstam-Hoiwe al Norfolk, Va., before Benjamin li. Foster Esq Register, ou the KM day of .tune. 1871, al I ' o'cloeß M. JOHN \v. FARRELL j- fr—Ftw Depnt} Marshal as Messenger. 4 iw , rpHl» la TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the fith L day of June, 1871, a warranl In bankruptcy v.as issued against lhe estate of P. (i. Wlngfle] 11-' rank lin eounly. and Stale of Virginia, wl s been adjudged a bankrupt npon bis own pc in: lhal tho payment of any debts,•md thed er., of an} property belonging to sai-l ban pi, to him or for hi- use. and tho transfer } property by him are forbidden by law; th meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, nye their debts, and choose one or more us-je. - of Ids estate, will be held at a conrt of ban picy in be holden at ih" Uegi.tr.i-. office mvMe, Virginia, before John F. Cohbs, Est 'gisler. on lhe fith day of .Inly. 1871, al lock A. M. N. D. BTOVALL, 1). M„ e'.l—F2w for A. S. ('RAY, I. S. Marshal "ills HI TO (IIVI'* NOTICE, Thai on ll loth day of June, 1871, a warranl in ban eyv'eli, of Rocky Cap, Bland county, anil Sia Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankruj his own petition; that the payment of an iis. and tlie delivery of any property betongli said bankrupt, to him or for his uae, and H ...nisfcr of any property by him. are forblddon 1 law ; 11.11, a meet in" of lhe creditors of said ban rupt, 1., prove then debts and chouse one ••■ mp nsslgnoea of his estate, will he held al a court . bankruptcy, to be holden at' Abingdon, Virion!- J.'l'.ire 11. c. Gibbons, Esq Register, on the :s,n day of Juno, Isti. Nt pi o'clock, A tl 0. 11. WENDLINOER, Deputy IT, s. Marshal ,jei7—S2',y for A. B. tit-ay, t*. s. Marshal. ■ _ t_t IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF 11111 CM Tl-ll) STATUS for the Eastern District o \ 1 _ i ilia. In the mallei-of William IM'rovvder. baukrui —in binil,-l-U])tcy. To Wliom it' May Concern—The underslgnei William H. Allderdice, ofßiclunond city, Virginli hereby- gives notice of his appoini ment as ae.igni ..1 the estate of w. p. Crowder, of Oooclilau county, hi said district, who was. on the ilh da of May, ls7l, adjudged a bankrupt ou his „, v petition by ihe district conrt of said district. Dated ai Richmond .luue |g 139] WM I! ALLDERDICE .10 la-al.lvv As-ieuce f-'lis. IN Till! DISTRICT COURT «F Till 1 \ li EDSTATES tor tho Eastern District, \ It-gin la. Iti the mattorof Thomas ii. Wid,lmp boil. rupt—in bankruptcy. To Wit,,lll it May Concern:—The undersigned Wi11i;,,,, 11, Allderdice of Richmond, City, Vii ' ginia, hereby gives notice of his almointiiioiu a assignee of ihe estate of Thomas 11. Waldrop, 0 I isa eounly, in said distiict, who was, on til Nth day of April, A. I)., 1871, adjadgod a haul, 11, pi 011 his nun petition-} th" District court ~ Dated Richmond, May 83, 1-71 WILLIAM » ALLDERDICE, Assignee, ,!•• li'—Ably, 4.--'4-». till' DISTRICT COI RT OF THI* I Nl. :i) status for tl astern districtof Vir 1 matter of Joseph Brounlev, bankrnpt ruptcy. horn H ma. concern.—Th dentfa-ned a 11, Allderdice, of Richmond City, Vir creby elves notice of his appointment as ,• of Hi., estate of Joseph Hrotmley, ol nl <-_uecii county, iv said distiict, win lhe 23d day of May. A. 1).. 18T1, adjudg alcrupl on his own petition by the District f said district. I Richmond, Va.. .tune 1.-,, ISTI ra_IAM 11. AI_)I-|];|)1CK, Assi-mee. , , 111 DIATRICT COURT 111' THE I f»T --) STATES for Western Districi ol 1. 1 matter Ql Isaac Musselntan, bankrupl ritpit-'v. h,,m 11 i-.i;,) Concern—The undersigned :4c W. Uruce, nl Sperryville. Virginia, gives notice m' ins appolntmenl a- as- I' H state of Isaac Mussclman, in said who was, on tlio — day of . |s7|, ad a bankrupt on his own petition hy the Court of s;,i,i district. rftEDERICK ii. BRUCE .!"■' Vi'.'v. Assignee. I X. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I'NI- I. TED STATES for the Western District of \ iriiiniii. Iv the matterof Holton L. Muncy, bankrupt in bankruptcy • To Whom ii May Concern:—The undersigned Jyi.) Page, of Abieiidon Washington county, \ 1,-mia, liereby gives notice of Ins appointment a- assignee of ihe estate of Holton L, Money, of Bland county, iv said district, v\l„., was on tho 1 ah ilny of April. 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on ht- ..wn petition by the District Court of saiil dls- Dai.d Ahingdon, Vo., June 3, 1871 jell—TuSw (A) WM. PAGE, Assignee. 4ls:i tlill DUTRII T col B.T < I I'Hi: I NI. ID STATES fur lhe Districi ol Vlrimta Who'))) il ala.y C 111 .-The imdelMlgued. I'aul,"! Rockingham county, Va., bureby in,Hi,- of his appoini men! as assignee of !he 1 "f '..-"' I , , "" Uia| . "'' Hocldnglit.nl county , is?;, a.l-uflea-.i,-. bijnkrnpi on I.- own neil y the District of said district' . -iiiitw "' ' Jgj|\ i'\i L. Assignee, Klllll DISTRICT COURT OF THE IT llli STATUS, c matter of Samuel H. Tunij, bantoupl horn it May Concern: -The f.uiicrsij-uci Hani-:-, of Danville, Pittsylvania, count}' a, hereby gives notice of his appi.iuiineiii, elee 111 ll 5i;,,,. Qf Samuel 11 Tune ,il . Bounty, iii said district, yvho was, on the iy vi August, A. I)., isiis, adjudged a bankrupl on his own petition by the District conrt of said district. Da nd Danville, Va., June lsth, ls?i WILL, <!. HANKS. Assignee, .]>■ I..—Th:iw IN Till: DISTRICT COI RT Of TIIII I M TED STATES for the Distiict of Virginia Iv the mailer of Samuel Wain,mid. bankrupt - m bankruptcy, To whom it May Concern—The nndersh. I J, ii. Wharton, of Bedford connty, Virginia hereby cues nolicc ol his appoiiiiinenl ;,- :,.' -i-ueeoi ihe, stale oi 'Samuel Walronnd, of Hell ioi-,( county, in sakldistrict, who wn- ou ih,-".,ili lay oi April. is;i, adjudged n bankrnpt on his awn petition by the District Colu-l of sakl districi Haled I.ihcrn. \_„ June Mh, ls7l ,je7—w.i.v j. E. WIIAIi lii.N. /Usignee. IN TIIII DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI TED STATES for ihe Distiict of Vlrglnkf Ini the matter of Win. I. Pool, bankrupt—in Ktlikriiplev, Jl >' '''■■' li mere,! in ibis matter on ihe -- dn.y ol May, 1 vya. uppiufod t) special cpinuiis loner io take an in i all li,-,,- sub tpon tho reality surrendered by lhe said bmik •npt al the time his peiititiu In bankruptcy lied, with ihe priorities thereof 41lper-",i- concerned are hereby iititiil, .1, ihai have appointed TIII'RSDA V, the U he. ol illy, 1871, us the time, and the stoi-chouse oi tobei iV. Overt)}, in Mecklenburg count} ,a- i1,, --ilace. for tuklUß the .aid account!. in which! ud place tlie} are n-itui!-. -I i,, ai lend, w ilh all ,ap,-i , „c . necessary lo Ihe full ami pertei 1," cutiou olihis ,|,,,-,-. IMI .- and, r in. luuul Ibis 7th da} of .),,,,. >n W. R. HAKIvSIiAi.E 1 )"•■•))' StM'clal 1 'elm,lis-ioner ITALI Alll.i: LAMM FOR sti.i;. H ii. lie nl lb ■ provl ,|on. ol lhe I ■ the ,:.-.,:-. i, --~ Cnliwl state, a linerii a and Ibe Knnsn itribeof Indian . , •-,,. ii ■ ol ratifli ,1 1., in., senate Jun i fhi • 11 lh Pre Id, n| Nov, n ' • 17, I-•;,). uud llcillu. Ill,dee I lie iloecll- ,|1 oi Hi ' "i lhe lv , 1 her by In tl ■i ,r ih.- pun In, - all ibe !.,,,.! In ,-. ill scribed, to wil. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. KA.v-.ya I ,:: .sin. i 5,,.. 1 - ■■ \ '•- •:, s\\ ': Sec. •_•,. Ems ; an, . Loi -.- ami tf ,\ v, ~ and S ; Sec 20 i. ■ . and s M-: 1 ,. j.oi - andtf NWV< aud S See :: 1..c- •' and - YE',. E. I. .'. and •: NW '. aud SM --•. Ilk. Lois 7 in.-I s m.i.,. ]„,is . andfjNW md SM Sec. 89, Lot lunnd in NE . Lot. "s •■ oul -J--' NWU ISM 1 -, and Lot-::.',.a nil 24 : < an, - aud 27 and a, SWH Seo. BS, Whole of So, '- 81,811, ei.al;,,, I :;:,. w' i Sec. SO Ml In I'oyy i ii Range 8. ,- '■ Mvi. L.-.i ~ NW', :, n,i s'-.- Sec. 2" Lo -■ Nil 1 .,. Lot 'I NW ', and s'.- See. sw, Lot.. Xt: NWM I S 1 See, jg, s-|.;,, ~,'„, ~;,' 1.,.,. -' LotfiNEU-Lota 0 and 7 NWM and AH Hrc - WM NEU and NWH fri. Sec. 81. NWM J I. i,SM SEM, SWH, I,a. s,c. 81. NEH, M NWM, SM NWM and NWU Sec e'i IN 'a NE 1 NWHandW SEMSec.S3. M.'-and s'-.50, --■' \. hole,,I --, tlons "r, and ::-,. All hi Town 11 Range !'. Lot S NEH, and Lot 6 NWU Sec. M. Lntf.N I anil Ci ii NW', and SM see. 28 LotoNl LotNW , ami SM Sec. 27. Lot.NEH,io 0 NW 1 , and SK See. tit, Lm ,-, NEH Lol 0 IN W', Sec. _. Lot i, NEH Lol n NWH and SM sci B». Lot li NEM, Lots 8 and 7 NWH and NH sec. :-s. Whole of sections 31,811, 83 and 81 \ and SW, Sec. 3.1, SE 1 -~., ;; . , v[ , in Town 11. Range 18. Lots, Lot 8 SilM and SWM See. 39. l-,i .', ,\ EU.LotSNWM andKM Sec.Bß. Whole of sec- Hon 81, Lot a NEM, W < and Lol OSEU See. M A:i in Town 11, Range 11. 1 Lol I and Lol S MEM and NW , fri, and S \\ iSEiSec. I. Wholeof sections 2, 3, standi" '• tl Loi 13, 11, la, la, 17and is NWH, NW SEU and SWU SEH and Lots 20, SI, 22, 23, M and 20 SWH Secti I. WM NEH, Lots 11, IS, Li, I I. 13 and 18, WIS SEI, and Loi- 17, is, |g Jo 21 and22Section 7. NH, SEH and EM sWU lon S. Whole of Section 11. NM, SEU, NEM w _ SWH Sec. 10. Whole of Section 11, NW '~ ll ; SEH -,i,d NWH SWH Sec. 12. E'- Nl.'a sw 1 .,. s\- SW'i Section hi. NWH Sec 14 ai-,. and WH NWH Section IJ. Whole of Sco leu hi. NEU, NEH NWH, EMSEUandWH SWH Section 17. Whole of Section 18. Lots 12, hi and 11, and NMSEM Section 10. NE'i W', NWH and EM SEH Section 28. Whole of Sec lion Jl. SWU Section 22. NEH NEH.SM NEH, SEH, and EH SWH Section sj. Wholo of Sec ttoti'-'i. NM, SEH, and NM SWH Section 28 NM, N'j SEH nnd SWU Section 26 NM NWH SWH NWH, and WM SW -, Section 27 Whole 01 Seciion ■-.. i-;e NEH Section 29, Lots 11 and luNWH and Loi- 28 and 21 SWH Section 80 W hole of Section 81. SM NWH,NWU si.',. SM SEH and SWU Section 32. NM NEH,SEH NEH and NEM NWU Section 38. WM NWH and NWU SWU, SEU SWU Section 34. WM NEH andNM NWH, SEU NWH and NW", SEM.SM SEU Section a.-,. |-;'_. :l „.l SWU Scion 30, allin i'ov. a 18, Range I. Whole of seclions 1, -2, ;: and 4, SEU, and NEH SWH, SM SWH Se-. ;.. NWH andNM Lots swiiSec.ii. Eld, nnd SM Lots 1 and '2 NWH and SW', Sec. 7. Whole of seclions of 8, 8, 10 11, 12, 13, 14, 1.",, in. 17. Is, pi, •>s, 21 22 23 "4 •', 20, 27 and 88. NM, SEH ami NEH SWH,'sm' SWU Sec. 2d, NM.NWM SEH, and SWH Sec. 30, WMSec. 31. Wholeof Sections 82 83 Siand :'..-, all in Town "J. Range 0. *l' ;Vl '::'<. N' l: 'c Sv. Vs- SW'!., Sec. 1. Lota NEH, NWH flndS'.. SI-.', Sec. 2. Wholeol sec lions :i, :i, a. n, 7 and 8. WS NW H and w ! SW '-- Sec.!,. SE'., Seclion 18. Whole 1,1 Seclions if 12. IS, 1.1 fflld 10. EM and EM SW H Sec. HI. W ' NEH, NWH and NM SWH Sec.l,'. whole of Seclion Is. WM NEH.NM SEH and WM See. In SEU NEH and SEU Sec. 20. Whole of Septlnns 21. 22, 2;:. 21. 2.',. 20 2; 2- and 2 1 E) - NEH, Lot 2 NW,.,, NEH SE\,S'. SEM 50c.30. NEH and sl-. , Sec. 31. W hole oi Seclions :;2,:;;; ami :ii WM NEH and NWU Sec. 83. MEi and SM Sec. :;ii, all in Town lfi, Range, 10. Lot ti NEM and Lots 7 ami sand SI - aW' 1 - aud Lot .", SEH a.id MW U Sec.,',, Whole oi Sections 0 and 7. Lol •'., WM, ami Lol ii SE'., Sice. 8 Lol 0 NEH, WM,and Lol ii si-;'., sec. 17. whole 01 Seclions Is and 10. Lol s NEU, WM, and Lot ,i SEH Sec 2s. Lot 6 NEH, W 'j.nnd Loi OSEH Sec. 29. Who!,- of Sections 30 and 81, Lot fi NEH, WM, and Lot 6SEH Sec. 32, all in Town i'-. Range 11. W',,,!,' of s,eii,,ii 1 EM See. a, EM Lot 2. NW!, Scc,S, WMLoI 1 N'V.i sec 1. NE', fri,, NWH frl„ SWU, WM SEH Sec. ... Lois 18 and 14, EM Lot 21, W!.- Loi 21 NE'.,. Lots 19 Hi, 17, is, 18and30NWH and SEH, and Lois ■_•■_>' 23, 21, 23, 26, 27 SWH Sec. li. EM, Lois 1:1, 11 1;, 10, 17 and IsNW'i and Lots 19,20, 21 and 2" SW", Sec. 7. SM NEH, NWH NWH and SM Sec. 8 Whole of Seclion 9. SWH NEU and NWU NWM, SM NWU, WM SEM and SWU Sec. lii NEH. NEH Soc. 11. \V- NWU and S*.SE'-. \, in.le ..i Set ,„,,,- ).:;, ( > and is, NM NE! Lol la NKU and Lois 13, 11. in, in, 17 and Is NWU Sec 10. NM NEH, Lol 1 NEH, NM NWU, Lol S NW H Se,-. 2s. NM NWH, Lol 2 NWH Sec. 21 Lol 1 NEH and Lot 2 NWH 5,,. 22. Lot I NEH and Lot 2 NWH Sec. 2:!. All In Township lo Range 8. WM Lot} and I.„ - v ,y: . „,„, \. ■~_ svVU Sec.l. whole oi Sooiiou. si, 3, 4 and s. V Seclions 8, ii, 10 and 11. W '-.- N W ',' Sec 12. EM NEHandEM SEU See. i;i. Wholeof Sections 11.',, in find 17. NWH, EM SEU, and Lot 2 SW 1 , Sec is. NEUNEU, fr.t 4, NEH Sec. 10 NM NEi.Loi 1 NEH and NM NWU, Lot 2 NWH Bee. 21, NM NEH, Lot 1 NEH andNM NWH !".".- NW '' s ' l ' --'- -N '-' -N'EU. Lol I NEU. N'-' INW :., and Lot 2NW'i Sec. 23. NEH NEH 800 2J. All in Township 18 Range 8, Wholeof Section I, EMLotSand EM Loi 11 NEH and SEU See. ■>. \VU Lois iaitd2 NEH andWM Sec. 3. Wholo of Sec 1 lon. 4 and 0 \. EM Lots 1 find 2 NWH aud Lol 1 SWU Sec 8 EM. Lot I NWH and sW'i.i Sec. 7. Whole of Section 8, NM N'EU, SWH NEH,and WM Sec fi. SEU, and SEH SW _ Sec. 19. Whole of Sec tions 11, 12, i:i, h and 1.1. s' - NEH and S' Sec 16. NM,andNM SWH, SW' 1 SWH see ir' "Vholpof Seciloo IS, Lois i a,„i.-, m-,!- and Lots 2, if. ami I. Sec. 18. NEU, Lot 1 NWU and EM ami Lot 3 SEH See. 2Q. V, hi,]--,.i Sections2l 22 2.1, 21, 2.',. 211. 27 nnd 28, I: 1 , NEU, Lot 3 NE',' and EM SI-:'.,. Lol 4 SEU See 2u KM NEi, u _-__\ '■'" SNBM " '■-: si-:: t , i.-i -t sel, Sci' il_ \\ ho|e of Seclions S3, - ,! -!. S3 and 38 All iv Town 10, Ran;;,'ln Luis 7 and 8 NEH, LotsAaudlOondSM NWH Lots fi and 6 SEU and SWH Sec. 0. Whole ol Sectionsßand7. Lois.-, ande NEU WM and Lots 7 aud 8 SEU Sec. 17. Whole of Sections 18 and 10 EolsfiandONEU.VM, and Lots 7 and ivtt' 1 90° • '''"' ''■ NWU, ami Lois 7 and 8 Whole, .f's'eciion- 1, 2 and 3.\ E',. SI-' 1 ,, and SEH Sec, S. Whole ctf Sections' a, 10 and 11. NM, 2 atul 2 NEH and t: 1 : SEM See ,; \;'_ ni';'" s',!'. Sec. 38. Lois 5 and •; NEH Sec. 32, ' All In Town 17. Range 11. I. '-- .. ', m - ,-;. ~.,., 1,.,-,.,,, ~, !„-o Whole ol Sccions 07, 2S. 29,NEU Loi- 13 14* lfi' All iv Town 16, Range 8 Whole of Section. 8, I and .'.. Lois 13, It and 21 ■• -,i Wholeol Se, ■■;■ • • --'_».'2l. 22,'■';:. Vi, 2.1, i Whole of Seclions Hi, ,7, IS, la. 20, 21. 22 .■ id hi Toy. v. 17. Rauge 111. ' Lot 3 nnd NH ne'-,Loi 1 andNM \M ■ I and N't M.',,!.,,: __ -, ~ ihNwh S- •• l : All in Town Is, Run... ,' ' ' -■"id I NEH, Lota .-, and 8 NWH TBec ,'• \\\ „', I "w n. 18, Range 10. ll I*l' 'I ■ inn-I Is- made for parcel- or li, not c.\, eodnii- iv any case cue hundred and acne.-i, h. .-should any proposal be lor any act having upon II Improvements of any kind which were made by ,n- for the Indians or for ilovernment purposes, ihe proposals therefor us| state lhe price bid for lhe land ami for ihe ■ apr.iyemcnfs separately. Thee lands comprise lhe unsold poni i e-ii are know ii as the Kansas Indian Trust . Hlds, and al-., all lhat portion of the Kansas '.oi Inmliilshed Reservation lyingoutsideol " Xlorlor boundary line of (he lauds assigned In severally i» members of ihe tribe under the provision of the aforesaid treaty. All bids must be accompanied by the depo-ii of a -urn equal lo fen per centum of ihe amount oi each I.id, which sinn, in case the land is awarded ami balance m,. paid, will be forfeited by Hie 1.1,1 --' «•«■■ •""•> 'd any hid he rejected Hie sum iict^.-i ted will he reii,ri,,-,| n, the proper party Patents will he Issned and transmitted lo ptir . baser, as soon after ftill payment as practicable 1 nyments mnst !„■ made in cash. ~r such ceriui ol Indebtedness of the Kansas tribe of lit is.lssued by the Commissioner of Indian Af faire for the debts of said Indians, s_ aro made i - - enable as cash by ihe provisions of lhe amen ded second (L',l) article of the treaty of March II i--. to the amount for which they were Issued, in payment tor lands ihat may be purchased oat ol that portion of said R nation commonly known as '-Trust Lands." \ll lands purchased from ihat portion of lhe Diminished Reservation" herein ottered for sale must he paid lor in cash. The right to relecl any , and all bids is expressly reserved All bids luusf i„, sealed and addressed to ihe l'.,inniissii.ii,-,- ~r Indian Affairs, and indorsed ' Hids i,,r Kansas ! u.li ~i Tiusi Lands "or "Rids for Kansas Diminished Reserve Land.." a. th,. case may bo. Persons OC pat-ii...- whose bid, ure acecpied will be noiilied ol such acceptance as soon thereafter a- practicable. If-within forty days after snob notice has been duly mailed payment In full is not made to the bit. ihe land for which such hid was made yvill be again subject to sale. Deposii.s io accompany bids maybe made in any nubile depository of ihe United States or sol vent-National Rank, evidenced by a certificate of deposit transferred to ]•:. s. Parker, Commissioner "I Indian Allah's.Washington, D C Huts yvill he received i.iiiil the mill day of July next, after which, as soon as prncticable.they will be opened, examined and acted up,.,,. ~. Acting Commissioner. WASHIKOIOS, D. C, lVHty- 18,1(71, jes—tj'2,-, SMALL IARMS POR SALE. / lll.llt IHMi I'OlMin Un VDK BAL , AT fiI'NSTO.N UAE],, ON TUE POTOMAC. TWENTY MILES BELOW WASHINGTON and four miles from XT. VERNON. EACH.ITIKS FOR ITNM \y .viiii;, timisek. or a HKt3 land high, rollino, HEALTH. I NsURPASSED FOR FRUIT AND TRCCK Ui 11)1) NEIGHBORHOOD OP ONE HUN I'liED .NORTHERN FAMILIES HKRE snl.D IN LOTS PROM TEN TO ONE HUN j STEAMIiuAT LANDING ON PREMISES AND RAILROAD IN REAR I ONE HOUR irom ■VASHIMJTONHYRAIL TITLESCLEAR AND UNRISRI'TAW.IO We waul one hundred Hrst-ckutl families, in iiusji-ioffs.temperate and enterpiisjng, Noquei lions a-ked about religion or politics. You can raise every variety of Fruit, Ctttm aft. fJ rain, EaciiiHes for dairying excellent. Manures, Lime. Marl and Muck easily obtained near the premises. Direct and rapid sbijiinnni of all products North by rail or water. No line need Ira, excess heat or co.ll Right*; ft* flesh blce/.es come lip ||,C l«y ;| lilt temper llle i'.ii.i-.'-nheia'. To persons of intellectual tastes, lite near vi cinity, of ihe National Capital Is of Inestimable value, nis near enough to Washington to allow one to do business there and be home vi iiieht : or. iii winter lo reside ,n Ihectty atul have the luxuries.,iii farm home. We urge onr Northern friends not to go Weat, nor far into ih,- South to live in the wilderness, fill Hie.v haye a i onr beautiful reiooit of the Upper Potomac Coma and s is here in Virginia. Her,' you will And true hearts ready to welcome j on. So eiely organized with Churches, Schools. Horti cultural and Agricultural Societies, Nurseries of Hani iieesand beautiful cultivated forma. Here you yvill And Hie cheapest laud on thi. continent, f'.-.al yy Inch is sure io increase rapidly la value.— Northern men of irieoni are coming in royidy, Latuls froiii *-ja to MB pec acn-, of excellent quality lo improve, can be bought*on long tinie. hmts can'b" rented by those who wish to stay a while i„ try the climate. Addle-. ••vi'Aii; jdi UN ii.- OFFICE, off PECK, KNOX Si KIRHY, Real Estate Atst'ius. ap I*- li Alexandria, Va. WATCII E S ! li:--..'.) R. 11. C..., tir.xi. See'is Oirtci:,> A,.,>».»\.y, January la, IS7U. \ I'resi National Watch CO., Chicago i Dear Stc, —Tliis Company has purchased and ! put in the hand-,,( it. engine-men, eighty "Ray- j mend movements," which have given excellent , satisfaction, nnd proved to be very reliable lime. keepers. In addition to these, quite a number oi EI. (i 1 N W A T c 11 E s __*'" ' 11 pui'iia-e.i by officers and employees ol Mils 1 onipiin.v, all of whom have been well pleased wnh the efficiency and regularity ofthe inov. >,ion ts urn ii ii nil-lured lo ihe N-, liouni Watch f 'ouipauv. Ri -|..-ci|'u||v, EDWARD 1! WILLIAMS, f ielli Superiulendeitf. ' Call ou your Jeweler and ask to see the 1.1. in Watches lliuiness imice anil Saleroom N.-uional Watch t >~,,p.,,,\, !•',') a,,,l li.l Lake Street, Chi. . VALUABLE LOTS AT I'APR WJOOsIC IN THE COUNTY lil'fll.l'l f-ESTER R.v \iiiue ol en order of W. W. Forbes _____ Register _ Ini Bankruptcy, I shall as assig' '- !„ Joshua (~■ur,,. bankrupt, sell a, pnliTlc auc tion nt Oloueester Court-house, on MONDAY. THE SB DAY OE .II LV, un, commencing al l2o'elock, M., all lhe RIOHT ■TITLE and INTEREST of the s;,i,| bankrupt In three lots al Cappahooslo, in ihe county of Olou eesfer. I ree from all liens ami encumbrance! lhe iir-i „t ,i,cse lots, which contains two (2) acres, front, upon Hie main road leading to lhe wharf and Isparticnlarly desirable torn building 10l lhe two other lots, containing respectively ■ ight and leu acres. li„„. ~,„„, ~„,. ~,,„ ~.„.k ,;, public lanes, and are yen- desirable to pels, engaged m market gardening. TERMS— One-fourth cash; (he balance on si\ R ud twelve months ll«e. Purchaser i„ give onds, with ample personal security, tor il ■ ■■ lerred payments, with Interest thereon from lite day of sale; title tobe retained hy ihe asslgi fililil lhe wholeol lhe purchase money shall have ■"' ra !' : '"' ~ , , I. A. FORBES, A-sagnee oi Joshua L. Garrett, Bankrupt my 27—-2nw3w By ii nihil. ,v \i flUois»r_i7cflloiTeer)fc * MI-MUM g_fV TWO HUNDRED AND EOETY-EIVE AORES OF LAND IN THE COUNT- OE ES SEX, VA., AT ACCTIf IN. In accu-ilanee wiih a decree of the Dislrict I ouri of the United Slates, signed by the Hon .lolm C. Underwood, Districi Judge, pronounced >» the 22,1 May, 1871, 1 shall sell in front of the doorol the. Custom house, in the Cilv of Rich mond, ON SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OE JULY, 1871, Tyro hundred nud forty-iiy,. acres of valuable Land in the Connty of Essex, within four miles of the Rapimhfiuiitick River. The laud is yell wooded anil watered—the neighborhood au excel lent one. and the Land productive. TERMS—One-third cash; balance in siv ami twelve months, yyiih negotiable notes, Intense! idded. Idle reiained until the whole of lhe pur hase money is paid. T. H. BROOKE, Assignee of Paul spimiie my 20—2a\v3w ASSIGNEE'S ~SAIir~OI \ VIA tlll.i: LANDS INKINT* ANDUUEEN' COUNTY. Hy yirtite of an order of the District Court of he United Slaies for the District of Virginia undo the 4lh day of April, 1871, in the matter of 8. <4. Fauntleroy, a bankrupl, I shall, as assignee )f said bankrupt, sell at public auction, in front •I King and Queen Court-Honse, on THI'RSDAY, TIIE I:itu JULY, IS7I, thai beingcoitrt-d:ty) at 12 o'clock M.. lhe fol owlngMAL ESTATE surrendered by the said •ankruiil, to wit: Oae undivided sixth of lhe iract of land called 'Farmers' Mount,'' which contains (th lire rack) 820 ACRES, and lies in King and n, „ .unity, adjacent to the Dunkirk Ferry properly in the Mai laponi river in said connty, The late ir. Moore H. Fnimllcrov resided on lids tracl n his lite-tiuie. This interest will be sold entire. 'ho unci of land called "tiienwood '« separated rom the above described tract by the public road .■ailing Irom Dunkirk Eerry lo Newtown anil Iv ig only half a mile from the Eerry. This t racl con- Km. 702 acres, Is the present resilience of Dr S I', lillltlero.v, null will he sold entire, or in parcel. s may seem most desirable on the day of sale These lands are very desirable. Any Informs on respecting them will be furnished by the un ersigned, If applied l.y letter or otherwise ifliMs oi Sai.i:—Cash, as to a sum siillicieni to .-tray lhe expense, of sale; as lo the residue noon credit of six, fifteen and twenty-four month. i equal Instalments, the purchaser to execute onds for the deferred payments, bearing latere I I sis per ceni. from iho day of sale the till be retained until the purchase money Is paid In lull, with power to re-sell in otuw am-bond for purchase money shall mil be paid al maturity. St. Stephen ■ Church, Va., May so! 1871. : VALUABLE SEAL ESTATE, IX PATRICK Hy virtue of a decree of the United Slates Dis trict Conrt for Eastern District vi' Virginia, 1 v_ill, "■''•')• ■* a.-slgnee of John Toggle, bankrupl. on i'RAI T of LAND, containing in., acres, lying on the land- of Abram Iloiichins aiid'oiliei's'. ''°""" al ih.- same time and place, a tract of 100 J acres, lying ou the waters ol Smith s riyei ad- ' Joining lhe lands of Reuben Wright and others. one tract of .-,u acres, lying ou ih,. 1,,-ad waters oi itockl asilecreelt, adjoining the lands of Na thaiuel litti'well atid others. twelve months, equal instalments, purchaser giv nig bonds, wiih approved security, for Ihe de ar-red payments, and title retained till whole of purchase money is paid A Lacy, Auctioneer. __. VALUABLE REAL Estate IN HALIFAX In obedience to a decree of Ilm Dislrict Conn Virginia, entered In the matter of Stephen D l ucker, bankrupt, on ihe Bth day of May is-i 1 -hall, on proceed lo sell on the premises al public auction file real estaie surrendered by said bankrupl the purchasers thereof al ihe former sale bavuu failed to comply with the terms of sale. The which he now resides, containing 2nn'- 'Al .'RES more or less,,on which there are valuable im provements, Including a good dwelling-house kitchen and necessary oat-bouses, a fine orchard ■J | " l i" , '"T','"' "J 1 "' 1 '- purchased al the former mile or le.s, on which there is tt' small settle ment, ivvo or three good tobacco barns, _~ _i„, : land lies along the waters of Lady Creek, about leu miles troiu Halifax, find three miles from Mcadsviiie, and Is well adapted to the oultiva tion ot v.heat, corn, tobacco, Ac. The land will rujit's wife. to be paid iv cash, the balance ou a credit of sil euriiy', and bearing interest from day of sale for the fieterred pavnielll. By coi. j. j. inn, A»c«tMi»»r, ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARES-' In the nuttier of R. 11. MOSS .t BROS. Ry an older of lhe Dislrict Couri of iheliui. si.oe-lor lhe District of Virginia, consented I by all parties Interested, I shall, ns assignee fo lhe above named bankrupl,..*,. (| :ll .„,i,if c ~„, lion, to the highesl bidder, ON TIIE l.Vni DAY W SEPTEMBER. 1871 in ihe lown of ClarkKville, Vn., free from ttl [lens and encumbrances, a large amount of PER SONAL PROPERTY, consisting of Horses, Mffles find t'utile, Household and Kilchen Furniture Two (2) Steam Engines, yviihc.nnpleic, || lohncci) Factory Fixture., in goodorder sui llcient to work M hands. The REAL ESTATE constat of about iw.-nu me valuable Town and Wood Lots, in and neat io ihe town of Clarksville; Two h,,•.-,. Facto iics (smokingand mannmcturhig) ; also "Klu del-ton," one mile om Of town, containing 301 .•..res wiih handsome Dwelling. TERMS For all personal properti cash tat real estate, one-fourth of purchase money cash lhe balance payable in lwelve months, with iv terest Iroin day of sale J. M. CARHIVCTON- Assignee je C—-twlds _'__;• M*>« k Bros. By Col. J. j. inn, Aurtlenecr. 4 SSI(I\EE'S SALE Ol* IMI ABLE REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF CLARES- Hy au order of the District Court ofthe United Slates lor the District .of Virginia, I shall, as ;,. sigltee ol Chainherlayne _ Moss, expose for sale Ui the highesl bidder, at public auction, one ol ihe best a ml largest DISTILLERIES in Virginia v.nh h\lures complete, free from all liens and en, eiubi.nico,., in lhe tjjrn of Chirks-, i 11,., y M , ON THE i:,,n DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1-71 TERMS—One-fourth cash; ihe balance p.,, ASSIGNEE SALES. |MinH_iif VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT BLI(J n order of Ihe United Stale. he Eastern Districtof Vireinin ■ i.c matter ol ii. a. tnughan, bankrupt. n„. undersigned v ,ill. ON THE -'.In DAY OF JENE, IS7I, commencing at II o'clock A. M., In front of th door oi ihe Court lions., of said oonrt, in the Cn-. torn lions,, building in lhe ciiy ol Richmond. Va ; seiiai public auction, ihe following trainable re-o estate, via: 7.v'M. ACHES of LANIi In thee I. Ol Lunenburg, and about 1 M miles from Meherrm Depot, on ihe R. and I), railroad. The Improve. incuts in the way of buildings npon this laud are handsome, commodious and nearly new. Tin land will he sold a-a whole, or i_ lots in sun purchasers, lie,- from lien or encumbrance excepi lhe contingent dower right. A pint of thi-laud will he exhibited OU day of sale TERMS—One-fourth cash ; balance in .iv ami twelve months, equal ins nil -non is. puri-ha-cr ni\ nig bonds, wilh security, and title lobe retaine I until the whole ofthe purchase money is paid ______ow3w 1' A. FORBES. Assignee A NMI'M-l'S- KALB Of VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUCTION In oiieiiicnce lo on oilier of the United Stale. Dislrict Court for lhe Eastern District of Virginia in the mntterof Allen A. Harwell, bankrupt, the undersigned will, ON THE2.ii, DAY |)E TON*, 1871, commencing al It o'clock A. M„ in from of the door of the Court lion: eof said court, In the On.. torn-House building iti the city of Richmond Va sell al public am lion, the following valuable real estate, viz: 396 M ACRES In the county of Luncii burp, adjoining the lauds of E. Newcomh and others. This la nil has upon it a comfortable dwelling und ail necessary outhouses, TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance in s,, -~, , i welve months, equal Instalments, purchaser ki, Ing bonds, Willi security, and title to he retained until the yvhole ofthe pun base money Is paid P.A.FORBES. W M. DAVIDSON. je 6—2aw3w Assignee -4 NSIUM'E'S BALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. i In obedience io an order of Ihe United Stale- Districi Court for the Eastern Districi ot Vo gidia, in tbe matter of William Wilkinson i.-mi i rupi, the enderslgned yyill. ON THE ••:',., DAY OF JUNE, IS7I. I commencing at 11 o'clock A.M., in front of ihe floor of ihe Court-House of said court m ih" Custom-Hou.e building hi Ihe city of Richmond A, a., sell at public auction, 042 AORESOE L-lNli in lhe eounly of Lunenburg. The dower haviue been assigned lhe widow by lhe county conn ~' Lunenburg, ibis land will'be sold ns follow -1 wo thirds iv value of said Iract will he sold free Irom all liens, the remaining one-third will lie sold subject to the life estate of Mrs. Wilkinson. TERMS—*,in,•-lourih cash ; balance in sis an I twelve months, .•qual Instalments, purchaser giving bonds, with security, and fill.- io i» , timed until lhe whole of the purchase money i. ,4 SSK'EEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE, AT PUBLIC lv obedience lo an order of lhe Unin-d Stale in-friet Court for the Eastern Districi of Vir ginia, iv ihe matter of R. E. Shore, bankrupt ihe undersigned will, ON TH E 23n DAY 1) E .1U NE, I s7l, commencing nt 11 o'clock A. M., in front of iho door ol the Court-House of said court, in lhe in-mm-House bnlldbig in ihe city of Richmond y frgnua. sell al public auction, Hie said haul, rupi s undivided Interest iv I,«U ACRES DE LAND in Hie eounly of Noitowav; said intere-i •eingeqttal to one-third value of said tract sub ieel to il,,- encumbrance of lhe life estate of Mr- M. A. shore, mother of sai.t bankrupt TERMS—One-fourth cash; balance iv six and i.velie months, equal instalments, purchaser given; bonds, with security, ond un,. , 0 i„. ~,, mined until lhe whole of Hie purcha-e money , I" 1 ." 1 - . V. A. El HIRES, ,|e ij-2aw3w " A.slgnee A SSIGNEE'S OF SALE OF VALUBLE REAL ESTATE Of CAMPBELL COUNTY. VA. By virtue of a decree or the Districi Court of the United States for the Eastern District of vn-. •iinia, rendered In the matter of Wm. 11. Walker bankrupt, ihe undersigned, assignee of said haul,' rupt, will sell, at public auction, In ihe lown oi Brookneal, Campbell county, to the highest bid tier, on WEDNESDAY, THE 12m DAY pF JULY, ls.i. all the REAL ESTATE surrendered by ihe .snd bankrupl in his .schedules, except lhe'Mill and Joundry, on Falling river, and the laud therein attached. The said real estateconsist „t Ist. A trad of EIHIITY Ell'lfT ACRES OE LAND. more or less, adjoining the town of Urookneal on which there are valuable Improvement-, in' eluding a hire" and commodious DWELLING 111 I SE. Kitchen, necessary Oat-House., Orch mils, _c. The land is productive and adapted io ihe cul tivation ol Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, _c and alt i gether, this is n„Uy a most valuable niece of property. ' 2.1. Two vacant LOTS, of one acre each in n,, --town ol Brookneal, (No. 24 and No. ill. and 3d. One-half interest in three TOWN LOTS (No*. 27, 2Saml 2:ii iv town of Bi-ookueal, on one Tl )RY * itu * l ' ted a Vfiluable TOD At't'() (*AC- Thesald land is sold free of all liens and en •uiubraiices, e;.,-,.p, the right of flower of the •atikrttpt's widow. TERMS -One-half c:Mf~; lesidne ol purchase mm. ,v on v credit of six months, purchaser etv in.' bond, with approved security, and bearing meiesi from day of sale, for the deterred nav nient, and title retained until the purchase money is fully p.-od. A. I'ARKSD.YI.E, Jr., Assignee . , , ot W. 11. Walker, Bankrupt. je lfi—3ttw3w A SSlGNill'rs SAL K OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 'AT I'I'HMC AUCTION. In obedience to au order of the United Statc lisfrict Court for the Eastern Districi of Virgin a, in the matter of .fohu C Wnlkius, hankrimi lie undersigned will, ON THE _.(,. DAY OE JUNE, 1871. omtnencingal ll o'clock A.M.. in front of the inn- oi lhe Cuiii-i.House of said court, iv the 'iisiom-iioii-.. building in the ciiy of Richmond ft., sell ni pitlilic unction, lAO ACRES of LAND' iiuate.l near KeysviUe station, ou Hie H \ D it (~ in ihe county of Charlotte. Also. Ifie-seieuih interest in 2:!,. ACRES of LAND niialcd iii the eounly of Charlotte, free from all ions find encumbrances, TERMS -One-iourih ca-h; balance in six and welve months, equal hisuUnietus, purchaser git - ig bonds, with security, and title lo be retained II whole.of the purchase money is paid .je a—Bq—Bw P. A, FORBES, Assignee. Case No. 4226. i SSIGNEE AND TRUSTEE'S SALE OF ALIAULE PROPERTY AT BOWLINH fIHEEN. CAROLINE CO! N'lY. VA. Hy virtue of the"decree rendered by Ihe United tales Districi Court for the Eastern Dlstrii Virginia, on ihe lain day of June, ]sti the matter of J. S, Davie.., bankrupt, we will ■II :n Bowling Green, Caroline county, Va., on MONDAY, THEKii-ii DAYuE.It'LY. 1871, 12 o'clock .AL, the following r.-al property ol fid hauknipi. viz: WELLING HOUSE AND LOT OF OWE ACRE, iih tidd-Eciioas' iiaii and Storehouse aituchc, ALSI), THE STORED! HSE AND LOT nucha.-,sl by ih,. said bankrupl of Edgar Me nu., and ihe 1,,-irs ai kirge ol Brockenbr i IV lon, situated on .Alain street. I '••■■ n more particular description of Ihe same reference Ts hereby made in lhe deed of trustet ■ Irom said bankrupt and wile to Robert Hudgin trustee, dated sil, of January, 1800, and recorded in the clerk's office of t 'arollue i 'ounty court. ALSO one TWO-STORY DWELLIM. With basement, sil mile on Mnln .li-eel, yyiih loi one and one-hall acres, peach and apple orchard, fhereon. TERMS—One-third oash, and Ihe balance at six aud twelve mouths, for negotiable notes, In leiesi added, ami the titlo retained until all the purchase money is paid. At the same time all tionda, notea, and chases iv action, belonging lo the said bankrupt. JACOB COHN, Assignee of J. s. Davies lit) Hi IKUN, Trustee Ac j.- lA—2a\\:iiv