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(Evening State journal
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 3, 1871
0 ; Pi ... -I n 1 ' Richmond! Richmond.
Thou place nf roauy woes;
So long begirt by (Ire and ■word—
Beltaguore 1 by thy foe*;
Though wrecked by fljod, and charTe.l and rent,
Au-l wretched t_«*_h thou be. |
No pi ice on uhlch the sun now .bines,
UniM'" i dear to me!
O, Richmond, gallant Richmond.
I f d thy l< fStt hills 1
Like nne ot* old we wot of wsll,
Thy lame tbo wide world Alls;
Beside the lays of Greece and Rome,
Shall thj own lays be snng ;
Ths (loii 'iid dss4- that mads thee great,
V.y many an unborn tongue.
O, R'chmond, mourning Richmond,
Although thy laurels bright
Were scorched and withoird by ths bias
That sprung up in a night;
And though the cypres* wteath lay dark
Upon thy policed brow,
Ths_ ne'er wait greater In thy day
Than in thy n'ght art thou !
Then look up, glorious Richmond,
Above the wsfs and amoks ,
Above each dtfa affliction
That o'er thy bead hath broke ;
Look up, from out thy bleeding heart,
lie.mid thesmiter smile,
Who cha*teiiet_ those he loves full well,
And sore dismay* the while.
We know nut way, oh 1 Richmond.
That thou shouldst weep so long ;
Wo know not why should bnrdsaed be,
Thine old exultant eons;;
Hut think < I this when 111 led with woe
Thy children* 1 hstrt-stritigs swell;
Though ho should slay each child thou ha*
"lis doeth all things well."
Bis firm, then, brave old Richmond,*
Nor bo*v with craven fear,
Though Clod should to the vile earth cast
Each i Jnl held most dear ;
For 'as thy day-," in promise sure,
lie siyi ' thy strength shall bs ;"
Then fold thy mantle o'er thy breast
In calm integrity.
In patience wait, dear Richmond,
The lifting of the rod
So heavy on thy Bhoulders laid
By an all righteous God;
Though black the storm that bangs above,
Tbe cloud may yet bo riven,
And bright behind the sun and stars
Are shining up in Heaven.
O, Richmond, beautoous Richmond,
With thee, ray honored d-sd,
Beneath thy hollies leafy shade*,
Here found a quiet bed ;
WhMe rolling by In mnrmarous flew
Thy broad, bold classic stream,
Above their grave dnth even sing
A soothing requiem.
I mould wot wake them, Richmoud,
From out their Blumbars deep,
To del tbo pain my poor heart .'eel-,
To see the tear* 1 weep;
But I can stand above their bod?,
And blssi ihe sovereign hand I
Which I*ml them through death's shadowy vals
Into the brighter land.
0, Richmond ! Richmond ! Richmond I
Thou place cf many tears,
My soul has sorrowed sore with thse,
Through all thy gloomy years;
And though a wreok of hearts and hopes.
And homes, as thou may'st be,
_-'o place on which the sun e'er ahone
REM\RK3.—GSAi.x.—Th> tone of the Wheat mar
ket since our Inst report has been quite Ann, .nd j
prices continue to rule at tho bighost figures recent
ly quoted. Tho millers readily "take up" all the
good Wheat efTurud aud thore is a lively competition j
for this description. It is reported on 'Change th.t
one of the Richmond mills has leceivod a very large
order for Flour. The offerings of Coin and Oat* are
very light and aclive. Since Christmas buslne-s in
all kindeof grain has been almost suspended.
CofNTaT PKoDL'Ce.—Eggs have declined. Hay firm
er, and some grades higher,
Paovisioxs—There has beon a further decline in
Bacou, Lard aud Cheena. Butter tending downward.
BEESWAX—'—C per ponnd.
lSUl'TKß—Prime, Ua99CJ falrto g.»d, 23a26c '_.
BACON—Western Sbouhlors, liVrSalJc- Hon.
Side, 13J_.l.ie; Cear Rib, 13J_allc: Breasts, 13>»al4c-
Plain Hums, llalOc ; Sugar cured, 20c ; VlrginiaHog
BRANDY—Apple,proof, 1 76 to $2 00
COFFEE-Java 2—_c; X v 19J4—0>_c ; Leguayra
CORN—flood to prime white, 70.72 c.
CORN MEAL—Whit., Bolted, from mill 50 els
CHEESE—Northern and Wester. bilb. cuttlaa
17l£al8c; common 14a16c.
COTTON YARNS—Country lams, N.a. 3 to 12
tl 60al 66.
DRIED FRUITS—Applea, quarters, SaOc; bright
Id 4j. Peaches, uupeeled, halves, 6u6c ; peeled,
tc. Blackberries, Baßc. Cherries, 12>,«14c.
!Q3--25a27c per dozen in barrels.
.AXSBKD—tI SOal 90.
CATIIEIIS— Live Gees. 60 to 70c; Mixed 40 t.
.OUR—Country superfine, $3(18; Extra, $6 60
--lly, IS 00. Buckwheat, 3a3J£c /„.
NSENG— 50a8r)c per lb.
JANO— Peruvian 75at7S; Old Dominion Fertilizer
Tobacco do. t72; do. Old Dominion Fertilizer
Winning Super-Phoshat., $80; Bon. Flour
Bone Dust, tloaso.
IV—Prime Virginia Timothy 116.tl 30; toodd.
tl 00; Northeru 1 4"ajl 60.
.RD—Country, 14c ; Baltimore Leaf, in tl.rce*
barrels, 13}_!il4c; iv halt Barrels, 14j_c; In kegs,
MB AND CEMENT—Rockvill*, 115*130; Rock
-135t015—. in store; James river Cement, t26 ;
ndale 2 60a$2 CO ; Round Ton 2 —at—o; Cal
-1 Plaster 3 00 to t3 25.
MP PLASTER—tSaS!4 per ton 2240 ft*; Rich-
I ground $10. Plaster, calcined, 3 OOaft 25.
ILAS3EB— Porto Ricoßoaßsc; Cuba Muscovad.,
rrels, 55a00c; sugar hoot. Syrnp, lv barrels, 28.
New ii. leans Molasaes 80»85c; English 151a.4
hi. Golden Syrup 70a750.
LL OFFAL—Bran 1.-c ; Short* 20 ; Brewartuf
TS—Baled 70a90c, by th. boat load, per 100 lbs:
ahollod, very good, 40c.
ONIONS—tI 00 per blisb.l. j
PEAS—Bl.ck ey» 2 o—|2 10; black "and «l.y
120a5125. ' *
I POTATOES— Irish, 80a90c ; Sweet, 1 OOatl 18. I
PLASTER—Ground, $10 per t.n
SENECA ROOT—2Se per B>.
SUMAC—I 25atl 60 per 100 lbs.
SALT—None huro except New York, held at $2 76 I
SUGARS—We quote, Porto Rico ll*ial2c; Cuba
10i_allc; New Orleans, ; R.uu.d, Crushed
and powdered 15;ial6J_c ; cut loaf, 16c.
CoffeeA I C 14
B 14J_ C yellow 13l_
■it* C 11U | Yeilow Hi<;al2'<;
SEEDS—Clover 9at9 50; Timothy i Aflat.. Orchar.
Grass't2 50; llerda Oraja tl 75.
SHUCKS—63c per hundred ft.
'1 AR—3 26a*3 50 per barrel.
TALLOW—KiaIIc. per lb.
TEAS—Black, 1 OOatl GO—th. last a prim* articl.;
li.perial 1 20atl 25; Gunpowder 1 25atl 60.
VlNEGAß—Northern manufactured, 15.20e- cld.r
vinegar, 25 a>o.
i WHEAT—Good to prime, 1 6U.,tl 00.
WOOL—Washed 40a42c; unwashed 26a2'c.
ii WOOD—Oak 3 50at3 76; pine tl 25 p.r c.r*
WHISKEY—Common rectiOed proof 1 16a|l 26 I
Old Rye copper distilled 2 OOatJ 60; very old 5 atft 0». I
RICHMOND TOBACCO _AR_BT.
Doric? tbe past fortnight the transaction* havo
1.e..n very light, us usual at this season or the year.
The stock of old Tobacco is nearly .xb.usted. Of
loose, the receipts thus iar have been much less than
for the corresponding period of last season.
Li——lnferior to common dark ts 00_ cot
Medium to good dark 7 llOCd) 8 0*
Inferior to common bright 10 froo 12 0t
Medium to good bright 15 Uno 30 0t
Bun cured 8 000 10 Ir*
Lxap.—lnferior to common dark 7 600 I 10
Medium te good dark 9 000 13 H
English shipping aomin»l
Bright wrap., medium to ir:e. . '0 00(9 09 0.
Do do .xtra 70 0110 go BO
NlW.—Priming. 2 00_ 3 0»
Bright amnkera 10 I lira) It oil
Do wrapper* 20 OOcijl 70 00
TN the District Court of the Uoitol States for th.
_ District of Virgin*.
In th. matter of P. C. Calloway, bankrupt—in
To whom it May Concern :—Tbe undersigned, J. I
P. Barksriale, ol T.aylorsville, Henry county, Vir- I
giuia, hei'eiry gives notla. ay bis uppi'lutiuont as
assignee oi tie estate of P. 0. Calloway, of -\affe,
Franklin county, Virginia, la sxiJ distiict, who has j
heretofore been it ]J,id„-eii a bankrupt on his owe, I
court of the united !
__/ ritatea for tho District ol Virginia.
To till whom it may concern —Gar.ETixo :
Notico I* hereby given, That, on tin. 27th ebiv of
uec.mber, 1870, Two Copper Still* and six bar
rela ot Vinegar, claimed I_v John ,T. Turner,
Southampton court}-, Virginia, wero seized by
th. Marshal of the United elutei /or aaid Dia
trlct aa forfeited to tbe use of the Unitod
Btalea, and the same is libsbd and proaecutwl
In this Court in tlrr-name of tbo United States, f,,r
condemnation for tho causes in the said libel mi
Rrrth, .nd that said earn,, will stand for trial at th.
court-room in tho__elty of Illclmiorid, on tlio Ist day
•f Maich next, 1871, when and whole all persons are
warned to appear to show cause wbv condemnation
should not be decreed, and to interv.no for their
interests. DAVID B. PARKER,
„ , U. 8. Marshal.
Dated December 27th, 1870. MT—lOl
¥ COURT OF THE UNITED
JL/ States for the District of Virginia.
To ail whom it may concern—Greeting :
Notice i.- hereby given, That, on tbo 27th day of
Decembor, 1870, 1,-urtoin hundred and eightv-elgbt
pounds ol Manufactured Tobacco, claimed by Ham
bergtr A Bro , a oi lolk, Va, were seized by tho Marshal
of theUulted States for said District as forfeited to lb.
_* of the Uuited States, and the same ia libeled and
proHcuted in this Court in the name of the United
States, for condemnation for the cnn.es lv Ihe said
libel *et forth, and that said cause will stand Tor trial
at the court-room In the city of lUclimond, on the
lat day of Maich next, 1871, when and where all
persons are warned to appear to show cause why
condemnation should not bo decreed, and to Inter
vene for their Interests,
DAVID 11. PARKER,
„ . _ United States Marshal.
Dated December 27, IS7O. da 27—10t
I_» States for the District of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern —Greeting :
Notice is hereby given. That, on the 22,1 day of Dec.,
18.0, one Mule, aud one Cart, and a barrel of Apple
Ilrandy, claimed by John .1 Tumor, Southampton
r JUnty, Virginia, wore seized by tbe Marshal of
the United States for aaid Diatriet as forfeited to
the uae of tho United States, and the same 1*
libeled nnd prosecuted in this Court in Ihe nam*
of the United States, tor condemnation for the cansea
In tho said libel set forth, and that said cause will
stand for trial at the coirt-room in tho city of Rich
mond, on the Ist day of March next, when and
where all persona are warned to appear to show cause
why condemnation should not be decreed, and to in
tervene for their interests.
DAVID It. PARKER,
_ , , U. S. Marshal.
Dated December Ud 1870. de 22—10t
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
Btates for the District of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern —Greeting :
Notice Is hereby glvon, Thnt,>n the 22d day ol
December, 18711, Bixtean hundred and fifteen (1616)
pounds of Manufactured Tobacco, olaimed by B. F.
Baxton * Co., Norfolk, Va, wore seized by the Mar
shal of the Unitod States for said District as forfeited
tothe|—oof the United States, and tho samel* libeled
and prosecuted in this court in the uameofthe Uuited
■s, lor condemnation lor tie. cauaea ln tho aaid
set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial
i court-room in Die city of Richmond, on th. l.t
ilarch next, when and whore all persons .re
ed to appear to show camro why coudemnation
ahotild not be decreed, uud to intervene for their in
DAVID E. PARKER,
___. . U. S. Marshal.
Dated December 22, 1870. de 22 lot
TTNITKD STATES DISTRICT COI—uTmS-Tl—.
V.) OF VIRGINIA.—In the matte? of D. K. FER
By virtue of v decree of sale from the lion. Judge
of tho United Statea District Court in the above case,
I shall, on MONDAY, January —d, at 12 o'clock M ,
on the promises of sard bankrupt, near Payno's Mill.*.
n X anoko Coc.uty, Va., offer lor e.le to tbo highest
udder, the following described r.al and personal
eslato toi wljj! Four hundred and seventy seven
aiida-halt (477Ji)teres ot valuable I.AIVD with 1m- f
provemcuts ; a quantity of WHEAT, OATS and
CORN. Also, PLOWS, HARROWS, and other agri
TERMS.—For personal property, all aums of $100
and less, cash ; for all sums over that amount, 60
days time, vitlr iiogot'ab'e Dot—and approved recur
ily. For real estate, on*-_lrd cash ; balanco in Bix
aud with negotlalile noto3 and np-
JOHN P. YKATMAN, Deputy of
U. 8. Marshal.
Pit OK — s'sIO.IAL CAMI->,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•radices in tbo Courts of Caroline, Essex, King and
*!ueeu,aud toe Unit— Stat*. Courts at Richmond,
will, on and Bfter tbe Ist day of January, 1871, be
o—id at hia office, at Miliord Depot, Caroline county,
1 will atteud to enses before the Collit of Claims
and the Departments at Wnshii-gton.
My father, 11. B. Ilrooko, _g,., will attend to all
rusiness entrusted to me in the connties of of King
nd Queen, Caroline and Essex. Address Central
oint, or Miilor.l Dopot, Caroline county, Virginia.
»AMX M. PAGE AND PHILIP WOOD have
_ formed a co-partnership for the PRACTICE OF
,AW iv all the courts of the city of Richmond and
ountfes of Henrico, Chesterfield, Powhatan and
Will attend other counties iv Bpcciel cue..
[ Address PACE A WOOD,
|oc '—— tf No. 20 Governor street, Richmond, Va
In H. OHANS_— } J. 11. . III,,.) ... .' ALFRED MORTON
/I HANDLER, MOHTON A SHIELDS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
OORNSiI OF BANK * TENTH STREETS.
BOOHS No. 8, 8 and ~ MABSKALI, HJL-L,
j RICH—OND. VD—UKIa
JOHN W. JENKINS,
I Room No. 1, Marshal! BCIUMICn,
Corner 10th aud Buck at*.
T AMBLER SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY,
—>r all courts of city ol Richmond and ooei.ty ot I
C'iriCl No. 1810 Ross 5..,
1 \\T ANTED—AGENTS BOOK
I * v of great value to Farmers, Mechanics and
Working men of all trades aud occupations. ' 13tb
Edition now ready. The
FARMERS' A MECHANICS' MANUAL.
Edited by GEO. E. WARING, Jr.
Author of "Elements of Agriculture," "Drainin*
for Profit and for Health," and formerly
Agricultural Engineer of Central
Park, New York.
•00 Oejtivo PAtiVS ahu ovin 200 I—ustkctiom.
The New Orleans "Tiinea" says: "It is a book
which abould be in the hands of evory Farmer and
Th. Now Orleans "Picayone" aaya: "So valuable
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•r and Mechanlo ; its elegant illustrations will make
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Active men ami women can make more money and
give bettor satisfaction in solliug tbla book than ant
work lv the field.
Sand for 16-page circular, oiling all about It.
j E. B. TREAT * CO.. Publishers.
sue — —tf. Vo. flt>t Broadway, N. V
■\ITANTEI).—Wo desiie to obtain 830,000 IN
TT VIRGINIA STATE BONUS, anil to any party
making us the loan, we will give tbe>m ample aecn
rlty for its return within oue tear, besides a hand
some inter—t for ita use.
To any party who la active, intelligent and ener
getic, who can control sufficient capital ($13,500)
1 to purchase these bouds, we will give them an iute-
I re*t In a business in Virginia that will pay them t.i-
I twoen 83,000 and $ 1,000 n year, besldosaeciiriij/
for tbo return of the amount invested.
Address EMIiKSON A POWELL,
iy 14—tf 1101 Ponn. Avenue, Washington, D. 0.
\I7-ANTED— AGENTS, (S2O per day) to sell the'
»V celebrated HOME SHUTTLE —tWINQ MA
CHINE. Has the UNDER-FEED, makes the "Lock
Stitch," (alike on both sides) and is tu'iy licensed.
The be9e and cheapost family Sewing .Machine in the ,
market. Addre •* JOHNSON, CLARK A CO., Boston
Mass. Pittsburgh, Pa., Chicago, 111 , or St. Luuia. Mo.
Board and Tuition per annum *—8.
IIELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE,
in.ugurated by H. R. U. Prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition per annum, #226.
P*_in*»T—The Very Rev. I. Uellmuth, D.D.,
De*u of Huron.
_jT* For particular* jipply to Major Evans, London,
o—o—. West. " .„ 10-l T dAw
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_ jTurp-„tn;e, While Lead, Axle Orearo, at whole-
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A comr-late manual of trnv, I, yet as interesting
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FRESH, FULL, AND RBLIABLKt
No Competition t .'
JJO MAGNIFICENT FULL-PAGE ENGRAVINGS
—3 OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS
Of exceedingly interesting and varied character,
many el them numerous. All .bout the principal
• lilts of the I-land trie bah* and waterlngpl.ee.,
1 all-fights, cock fights and carnival. Street aigbta
i-i Havana. Culture and Manufacture of Coffee, Bu
gar und Tobacco.
FACT AND FUN I STATISTIC AND ADVENTURE I
LIBERAL TEENS TO LIVE AQINTS.
HARTFORD PUHLIBIHNQ CO., Hartford, Conn.,
Publishers of Stowe'a "History of th. Bible."
Mr*. RUe.'a "Court Circle* of tho Republic," Ac.
|\OVT WASTE TIME AND LABOR by uaing up
AJ an old AXE. Send $1 50 to LIPPaNCOTT A
BI.AKEWELL. Pittsburgh, Pa., and they will send a
I tip-top Axe, Expressage paid. Half a day loat In
grinding wiil thus be saved.
lOOfi I'SK THE "VEGETABLE 1 owr.
AO_U. TULMONARY BALSAM," AO J U.I
The old atandard remedy for Coughs, Colda, Con
sumption. "Nothing better.'
_____ CUTLER BROS. A CO., Boston.
( 111ERRY PECTORAL TROCIHE9 are aupori.r to
\_J all othera for Concha, Colds, Asthma, Bronchial
and Lung dilnculti»B, are exceedingly palatable,
hay. none of that natiaeatiug horrible Cnbeb taste,
are very eoothing and act like a charm; Ministers,
Singers,and Public Speakers will find they ar. e*
picially adapted to the voico. Sold by druggists.
AIaoRUSUTON'SIF. V.) COD LIVER OIL, for Con
sumption and Scrofula ; use no other.
IJPHAM'S DEPILATORY POWDER.-Relnovea
U superfluous hair ln Aye miiiHtcs, without inju
ry to Ihe skin. Sent by mail for $1.26.
IJPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Relieves moat violent paroxyama in Aye minutes and
effects n speedy cine. Price $2 by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors the whiskers aud hair a beautiful BLACK oi
EROWN. It confi.ts cf only one preparation. 75
cents by mail. Address S. C. UPUAM, No. 721Jayn*
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Circulara eeut free. Sold j
I by all druggists.
IjalßE HATS, FATIGUE and PARADE CAPS
V BELTS, Ac, of va:iouaatjlca, at the old manu
factory, 143 Graud Street, N. Y. Estßbliahed 183(1.
Send for Circulars. CAIRNS A BRO , successors to
lIOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
1\ Trizea cashed and information furnished by I
OEORGE UPHAM. Providence. R. I.
SO r A WEEK SALARVI— Young men wanted
'tP-CJ aa local and travelling Baleß-eeu. Address I
(with atamp) R. H. WALKER, 34 Park Row, N.Y.
830 A DAY lure. LATTA A CO., PlttsMirgh P. I
V IOU3TACHES lorcel to grow in aix woeEa Ke
i*_ ceipt sent for 60 centa. Addresa B. PERRY,
311 Pa' k Row, New York.
A GENTS! READ Tills]
__ WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF
830 PER WEEK and expenses, or allow a largo
commission, to aell our new an 1 wonderful inveu- I
tiona. Address M. WAGNER ACO , Marshal], Mich. I
PMPLOYMENT FOR ALL. "
830 SALARY PER WEEK, and expenses, paid
Agents, to sell our new and useful discoveries. Ad
dres* B. SWEET A CO.. Marshall, Mich.
VTEW MEDICAL PAMPHLET. — SEMINAL",
_*J PHYSICAL and NERVOUS DEBILITY, Its ef
fects aud cure. Price 26 cents. Address SECRET A -
RY, Mii6eiua of Auitomy, 618 Broadway, New York.
A Clergyman, while reeiding in Soulh America.
b missionary, discovered a sate and simple remedy
for tho Cure of Norvous Weaknesa, Early Docay,
Diseases of tho Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the I
whele train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicloua habits. Great numbers have been cured by !
this noble reinec'y. Prompted by a desire to benefit
the afflict.-1 and unfortunate. I will send the lecip* j
for preparing and using this medicine, iv a scaled I
envelope, to any ono who nee,is It. Free of charee.
Address JOSEPH T INMAN, Station D, Blhle iron*, j
New York City. uo ig '
A WATCH FREE—Given Gratis to every llvo man |
who will ■*>! h* Agent in a new, ligbtand honor-
Rtineps paying 830 a day SURE. No giften
>. No burning. No money wanted in advance.
IR. Monroe Kennedy & Co , Pitisburgh, Pa.
WOOD Si, COAL.
ll> WOOD AND COAL.
PINF,, per cord $4.50
OAK, percord.... ~ ... 60J
BEST ANTHRACITE AND CLOVER HILL COAL
BEST SOFc COKE,
at lowest market price.
J. R. F. BURROUGHS,
de 22-lm corner Main and Seventh street*.
Ofiics Engineer James Biter Improvement,!
IlicnuoNi), Va., Dec. ,9th, 1870. J
C BALED PROPOSALS will bo received at this of
kv flee until 12 o'clock on TUESDAY, January 2d,
1871, for the CONSIRUCTIGN of TWO FLAT BOATS.
Spiel Derations cau b. oblaiucd liy application to this
Tho right is reserved to reject any and all bida.
R. D. MINOR,
de 10—tJ2 Engineer James River Improvement
'I• A V LOR BROTH ERST DENTISTSr lU2 MAIN
1 STREET, (over Tribbett'*confectionery,) oxtract
teeth without pain ; insert teeth aa low as $16, and
don't charge for extracting. Sensitive teeth filled
without pain. Any tcoth filled with gold, and war
raute-d for lite, at
1112 Main street, Richmond, Va.
N. B. —Instructions iv nDy branch of dentistry giv
•n to the profession on reas,.>nable term*.
TO NEW BANKING ROOMS,
No. 10 Korl.li Tent— Btve.t,
Between Main and Rank Streets.
NATION At FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST
t—ARTERED BY CONGRESS MARCH, IM6.
DEFOEITS received and PAYMENTS'mad. dally
(excepting holidays) from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.,
and 011 Saturday Evening* from 8
to a o'clock.
INTEREST declared in March, July and November
on all suuia of FIVE (6) DOLLARS and upwards.
DEPOSITS received of HVI CENTS and upward*.
«*b 1-tf Acting Cashier.
— — —• — - —
FRANKLIN LiAVIS A CO., Proprietors.
We offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest
collection of FRUIT TREES, VINES, Ao , ever grown
in the Southern Statoa, consisting in part of
2,000,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie
ties of Iruils ndupted especially to the
1,000,0«) VINES, consisting of every variety of small
« W Send lor catalogues, enclosing postage stamps
oc 18—6 m
yETELLE, NO. 1204.—The seaaon for Spring diet
lA has fairly set in, and nil tho fresh luxuries wlii"-b
ome with it are at ZETELLK'B. With
LAMB, VEAL, SPRING CHICKENS, PEAS
•nd STRAWBERRIES, with the other rogular
diahoa, and the excellent cooking, it shall go hard 11
Ibe most fastidious guest la not heartily satisfied. I
Then tho BAR, with It*
PURE LIQUORS, MINERAL WATERS,
and the excellent beverages prepared by the skilful
bar-keeper, wind up an entertainment, tho atyle ol
which is inferior to none in this country, my 3—t*
UUNS, I'ISTUI,!, _<U.
j 1869. fall 1869"
j ■<;., 1400 Main St., ainrl eOli'ttroad St.,
(near Second Jsarket,)
Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail
, . .1.c.. IN
\ aims, RIFLES, PISTOLS, GUN MATERIAI, FINS
CUTLERY, FISHING TACKLE AND
Oar stock Is unusually large this soaaon, embracing
B complete assortment from the best European ana
American bouses, and will be sold aa low as possible, j
GUNS and RIFLES urade to order and repaired ln J
the very best manner. Agent for Remington's cheap
nnd first-class FIRE ARMS.
N. B.—Ordors >>v nail promptlyfiited. no*
11 X O W N 1' I. O U R
FOR SALE BY MCCARTHY,
_de_27 Corner Fifth aid Marshall streets
*• 1 OVERNMENT CLAIMS.—A nj one having 01.1 m* I
\JT ligaiast the United Stato* will find it to tbe I r j
blv.ii, la,*. 1 to send a sti,tem,.-_ ef their case to
J. T. DREW,
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Approved by the Highest Medical Au>
I rccommeded by the Preaidont of the
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City of New York.
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fessor Theory and Practice" of Medicine,
Ouo of the most eminent men of hia age—well
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cal worke: NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MEDI
CINE," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN " "NEWTON'S
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"American Medical Review—page 277, saye :
" Among tbe more recent efiorta to introduce pop
ularly nine of the new remedies, we notice a new
picpararlon compounded by J. J. LAWRENCE, M.
D., oi Norfolk, Va., which Is furnished to the profea
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cently examined hie Laboratory, and became fully
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by tbe most approvod process, and from the best ma
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confidence of the physicians and the public"
KOSK'.'O CURES SCROFULA IN ITS WORST
From a. W. Mills, a prominent and well-known mer
chant of Norfolk, Va.
No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 16,1868.
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Your Koskec
has worked wonders iv my family. My daughter ha*
been a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood. She
lost thirty-one pieces of bone from her ankle, several
from her arm, besides having ulcerß In several parts
of the body. Whilst lv thlsconditionshocomraeucee!
taking your Koskoo—it acted like a charm on her;
under its use the ulcere gradually healed, and her
Eeneral health greatly improved. It certainly saved
er much sutl'eriua, and perhaps her life. 1 rogard
Koskoo a specific for all scrofulous affection*. Yout
Koskoo also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from which
she suffered greatly. She Is now in better health
than she has been ln five years.
With tho highest regard,
I am gratcluily roues, Ac,
A. W. MILLB,
tfe.-1.-ei is ondorsed by tbe boat phyaiciana every
where. Read the following from Dr. Tillery, a auc
cesstol practitioner of many years standing ln the
Old North Stoto :
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., )
September 10,1869. /
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: I have usee
your Concentrated Fluid Extract of Koskoo in my
practice with the happiest results. I find it to be
a powerful Liver Invlgorator, Blood Purifier, and
Nervous Tonic. Iv all disease* of the Liver, Srcofu
lons, Syphilitic, aud Nervous Affoci ion*, It is a remedy
of Immense value ; In fact, in utmost every variety
of Chronic Disease Is use its indicated. Hoping yoc
may meet with the success v. hich you deserve a*,
manufacturer of reliable medlclnos, I am, sir with
Your obedient servant,
R. 0. TILLERY, M. V.
KOSKOO CURES CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7,18„.
I DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son has re
ceived so much benefit from your wonderful Koakoc
that I cannot refrain from expressing my gratitude
I had tried almost ever ything without benefit. I be- [
lievo, lv all sincerity, that your Koskoo is an infalli
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and, so far as I can learn, has never failed. If yon
only knew tbe immense amount of suffering he has
undergone, then you could conceive the value of suet
a remedy as Koskoo—that surely cures. The great
amount of good it la now doing among na la inestl
With much gratitude,
I am, respectfully yonra, Ac,
Mrs. At. E. A. NELSON.
Read the following from Mr. Womble, a prominent
Hardware Merchant of this city:
Ne. 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va. I
October IS, 1860. J
DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir :To the large num
ber of teatlmonlala which you offer to the great effi
cacy of yonr Koskoo, I take pleasure In adding my
own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility
Headache, Lobs of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Koe'
koo reate.red me to health.
From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle
Street Methodist Church.
Portsmouth, Va., October 26,16„.
This Is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well.
He is a gentleman cf cultivation, and worthy of the
fir I lest confidence-. I have used his Koskoo with ad
vantage to myself, and have adopted Its uso In my
family In cases of nervous debility and depression.
W. H. CHRISTIAN.
From Dr. Lloyd, a Physician of large practic.
Great Bridge, Va., Octobers, 1860.
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.—Dear Sir: I cheerfully
endorse your Koskoo as being a most valuable prepa
ration. Upon examination of the fcnuula, I find
each ingredient highly extolled by our best and mod
progressive clinical inveetigatore. I have tested it*
•fleets in my owu practice, and have no hesitation ln
recommending it. In my opinion, It la the beet com
pound of Its class over put before tbe public—ex
ceeding by far all the various compounds of earaapa
rilla, Ac, ever Inveuted. It is a decided Nerve Tonic
and Invigorator of ths animal forces, aiding digee
tlon ar.-i .Minn—ion, and thereby producing healthy
blood, which ahouid be the basis of treatment in all
ohrouic dlreoases. Hoping yon will reap tbe reward
you de.-i' r* from the pan—, as a benefactor,
I am sir, yours truly,
CHARLES I.LOYD, M.D.
After reading the above high recommendations, In
valid* cannot reasonably hesitat to give tbe KOB
»"ni' Aildltlona! Testlmoulali
From Physician*, Eminent Divine*, Editor*, Drug
*iata, Merchant*, Ac see KOeKOO ALMANAC for
PRICK O.IK Illlbl.AH __lt liOTTLk-
■*_TORTHERN CIINTRA I, SlßS jfijfi), ~
Ori.nl after SUNDAY, Lecambcr ♦, IHO Tralna
will letveas follows:
I :.0 a. m —Mail dally (except Sundava) for Ihe West
and North lo Boffelo and Niagara Fa li.
la 40 » m -Fast Lire dal y (except Sundays) for the
West and North to Williamsport.
MO p. in—Dally (except Sunday*) for the Weet.
10:*) p. m — Dally for the Weat Norlh to Buf—lo,
Roche-tor. Niagara Falla and the Canadas.
Tralna for Western Mary land Road at 8;S0 am and
3:30 p, m.
Train* for Gettysburg at 8 30 a m. and 1.:40 p. m.
Ira ns for Ilauover at 8-.10 a. m., 12:40 and 3.30 p in.
Trans for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a ml and
I*4o p. no.
For York dally (except Sundays)—3:3o pin
For Parkton daily (except Sunday*) 6:110 pm.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From the West and N.rth—2:3o and 9:16 ainl2 30
2:46 and b:ls p m.
York Accommodation—lo:ls a m.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m.
F.r ticket* to all point* North and West, apply at
Calvert Station and at No 0 North Calvert atreet.
General Passenger Agent
ALFRED 11. FISKE,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■*• STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
In the matter of E II Stokea, bankrupt-
To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned,
P. A. Forbca.of Pr. E-lward county, Virginia, 1" "
by glvea notice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of E, H. Stokes, of Lunenburg co'ty, In said
district, who was, on the 14th day of Nov'ber, 1870, ad
judged a hinkrupt on bis own petition by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Dated December 29,1870.
Ja i— M'tw P. A. FORBES, Assignee.
JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of c'linicl A. Watson, Bankrupt —
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, P I
A. Forbes, of Pr. Edward county, Va, hereby gives I
notice of his appointment as assignee of tbe estate of I
Dan'l A. Watsou, of Pr. Edward co.in said district,
who was, on tho Ist day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition by the District Conit
of said district.
Dated December 29,1870.
Ja 2—M3w P. A. FORBES, Aaaignee. ___
TN the District Conrt of the United States for the
1 District of Virginia.
In the matter of Joho W. Weat, bankiupt— in I
To wbom it M-cy Concern :—The undersigned, Jos.
A. Hobson. of Danville, Virginia, hereby gives notice I
of his appointment as assignee of the e.tate of John
W. West, or Lowry's, Bedf, rd beauty, Virginia, in
I *.ld district, wbn has heretofore been adjudged a I
bankrupt on his own petition by the Di-tl let court
, I sml district,
de 12—M3w JOSEPH A. HOBSON, Assignee.
TN Ihe District Court of the Unlteel States for th.
x District of Virginia.
In the matter of Thomas Shellon, bankrupt—in
To whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, John
F. Pedlgo, of Leatherwood, Henry county, Virginia,
hereby givea notice of hia appointment as assignee
of ths estate of Thomas She! ton, of Patrick Court-
House, Virginia, who has heretofore been adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition by tho District court
of said district.
del 2— M3w JOHN F. PEDIQO. Assignee.
IN the District Court of the United Slates for the
District of Virginia.
In tho matter of Henry R. Farnror, bankiupt—in
To Whom It May Concern:—Ttie nnde-rsignel, T.
Hutcherson, of Ringgold, Pit sylvania county,
rginia, hereby gives notice of lilb appointment as
dgnee of the estate of Henry R Farmer,of Ring-
Id, Pittsylvania county, Virginia, in said district,
10 has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his I
n petition by the District court of said district.
I* 12—M3w T. P. HUTCI/KIISON, Assignee.
I"N the District Court cf tho Unit— mates for th* 1
J District oi Virginia.
In tho matter of Thomas Anderson, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern: —The undersigned,
A. Barksdale, Jr., of Meadsvtlle, Halifax county,
Virginia, hereby gives notice ol his appointment aa
assianeo of tbe estate ot Thomas Anderson, of I'ev
lonsburg, Pittsylvania county, Virginia, in said dis
trict, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt,
on his ow« petition by the District court of said dis
de 12-M3w A. BARKSDALE. J__._. Assignee.
TN the District Court of the United Sta es for tho
A District of Virginia.
In the mutter cf Wm. Arritigtou, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern:-The undersignod,
George C. Brown, of Danville, Virginia, hereby sives
notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate
of Win. Arringlon, of Spout Springs, Appomattox
county, Virginia, in said district, who h s heretofore
been adjudged Bankrupt on his own pttitiou by the
District court of said district.
de 12—M3w OBORQE 0. BROWN, Asslnge*.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATEd, for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter of Juhu T. Boutwtll, bankrupt
To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, Wm.
H. Alldeidice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate ol
John T. Bontwell. of Caroline co., ln said district
who was, on tbe Ufa day of Nov., 1870, adjudged a
bankrupt on his flrn pctitlou by the Distiict Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, Va., Decemirer .3 1870.
de 24-S3W WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia L,vllisu
In the matter of Arnold & Fiske bankruots—in
„ T ?. W . h " m " Mny Conc "u :-The undersigned Wm
11. Allrieidics, of Richmond city, Va , hereby gives
notice of his appointment as asßlguee of the estate 01
Arnold A Fiske, of Henrico county, in said district,
who were, on the 12th day of Nov., 1870, adjudged
bankrupt) on their own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, December 23 1870
d. 33-Saw WM. U. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
A States for the District ot Virginia.
ru tc matler ° f B"' Fl ° -Vd ' bank ' n P'-''-» oank-
To whom it May Concern :-The undersigned, John
K. Icdlgo of Leatherwood, Henry county, Virginia
■SW * Iv f n .°" c » °' hls appointment as assignee
of the estate of B. H. Floyd, of lVnn's Store, Patrick
county Virginia, in said district, who has heretofore
been adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petitionby the
District court of said district.
de 12 -M3w JOHN F. PEDIQO, Assignee.
A GENTS WANTED
In all parts of the Uuited States, to sell
L. V. DEFOREST A CO.'B
ALUMINUM GOLD JEWKLUY 1
Agents are making $200 to $:!00 per week selling
the Aluminum Jewelry. Tbe best imitation of gold
ever introduce I. It has the exact color, which it
always retains, and stands the test ofthe strongest
acids. No one can tell it from g:,;d only by weight—
the Aluminum </,>ld being about 1-10 lighter 1, V
DEFOREST A CO. are selling their goods for i-10
the price gold jewelry is sold for, aud on most lilreml
term* to agents—l 4 cash, balance In 30, 00 and 90
days We send persona wiahing to act as agent* .
full and complete assertm-nt of goods, consisting'of
Eeals, Bracelets, Lockets, Ladies' and Gent's Chains
Pins, Rings, Sleeve Bnttons, Studs, *c , for $100-s>6
to be paid when the goode are received, the other $76
in 30,80 and 90 clays. Parties wishing to order good,
and act as agents will address,
1/ V. DEFOREST A CO.,
de 80-3 m 40 and 42 Broadway, N. Y.
Jg WATCHI 93 WATCH I
TUB GREAT EUROPEAN
Kurt-kit Aluminum Gold Watch Co. I
L. V. DEFOREST A CO., JEWEtsaa,
40 abb 43 Bboauwai, Niw Yoag,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U. B.
And havo authorized them to sell their rn*a| ■_
RFKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATCHES for THREE
DOLLARS, and to warrant each and every one to I
keep correct time for one year. Thia Watch we
guarantee to be the best and cheapest time-keeper
lhat is nowiu use in any part ofthe globe. The
works are In double cases, Ladies' and Gent'a alze
and are beautifully chased. Tbe casos are made of
the metal now bo wielely known in Europe us Aluuil
nnm Gold. It has the exact color of Gold, which It
always retains; It will stand tho test of the strong
est acids; no one can tell it from Gold only by
weight, the Aluminum Gold being 1-10 lighter. ' The
works aie made by machinery, same aa tho well,
known American Watcb. Tho Aluminum ia a cheap
metal, hence wo can afford to sell the Watch f„r $3
and make a small profit. We pnrk the Watch safely
In a small box aud send it by mail to any part of the
U. 8. on receipt of $3.60; fifty cents for packim: and
postage. Address all orders to
. _ I" V. DEFOREST 4 CO,
de JO—Bui 40 and 42 Broadway, N. Y.
UNTIED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, 1
Col—ctoa's Ovric*, 3n Diaiaict, Va., y
Richmond, May llth, 1870.J
A" AND AFTER THIS DAY I SHALL BE
_ . •A I .*"" 1 to furui * INTERNAL REVENUE
el AMPS, of all kinds audjn any quautily, that in»j
b* d—lred either by banks or individuals.
HAIIrROAMS lIBOAT *'
np3 MttT-Mt AJU> OHIO tAVMOUA
On m<< after Sunday, l.tli June, IS7O, THREE
DAILY TRAINS "ill be run bt'.aeen Baltimore aud
w'i'oiriiu. and Par*.rsb«rg, as follows:
Tho >AIL THA IN, t,,r all way points, east of
P —Boat, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun
days) at 8:09 A. M.; returning will arrive at Balti
more ot 6:o* P. M. . , , _
The 8 A. M. Train connects with Slrasbnrg and
Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railread.
The I AST LINK will leave dally at 4 P. M ; re-
In,■ niir '. will arrive at Baltimote at 8:20 A. M.
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will havo Baltimore
Kat 8:4.", I' M; returning will arrive at Baltl
at 8:60 P. M.
WINCHESTER AND SIR4SBURG ACOMMO
ON TRAIN will leave Balliinore dally (except
,ys) at 4:05 P. M.J returning will airive at 10:40
MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION IRAN
will leive daily (except Sundays) at 6:lt0 P.M.; re
turning, will leave Mount Airy nt 0:16 A. M , and
Ivcet I'altlmnieat fi: 0 A.M.
M Xi LICOTI'S MILLS TRAIN will leave ntl:_
I. daily (except Sundays); returning, will arrive
—timoreat 3:20 P _
FOR HAGERSTOWN AND FREDERICK.
>aye nt 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 1:05 p. m ; returning,
arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 a. m and 5:05 p. ln.
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG.
■are Baltimore at 800 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; re
ring, will arrivo at 10:40 a. m. and 5:06 p. m.
lave Baltimore at 4:2(1, 5:08, 7, 6:10 and 11:30*.
snd 2, .",:. r )0, 4:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Trains leave at 6:45, 8:00 and 9:2") a. ni. and 12:45,
2:50, 4:10, 5:40, 7:45 and 9 p. m.
I save Baltimore nt 7 and 11:30 a. ni.auJ 4 45 p.m.;
leave Washington utfl.4s and 9:25 a. m. aud 4:10 p. m
SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08 and 8:10 a. m and
4:45 aud 6:00 p. ni.
leave Washington at 7:25 a. in. and 2:50,6:40, 7:45
and 9 p. m.
rickets can be purchased at tbe Ofßco, No. 149
West Baltimore street, corner of Calvert, where
orders can lie loft for baggage to be called for, anil
which will be checked at person's residence.
lor lurthor information, Tickets of every kind,
Ac, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Cum den Station,
or at the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON.
Mp.sier of Transportation.
General Ticket Agent.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
On aud after MONDAY, December 6, 1870, the
traim on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad 1 will
run as follows:
Mail Train leaves Philadoinhia 940 P. M
" " " Williamsport 7.26 A. M
" " arrivo nt Erie 7.40 P. M-
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M
" Williamsport 8.60 P. M
" " arrive at Erie 740 A.M.
F.itnirn Mall leaves Philadelphia 9.30 A.M.
" " " Williamsport fi.33 P. M
" " prrivo at Lock Haven. 760 P. M
Ma'i Train loaves Erie 9.00 A.M.
" " " Williamsport 1006 P.M.
" " arrivo at Philadelphia 650 A.M.
Erie Express leaves J rle 9.00 P.M.
" " " Williamsport 8.25 A.M.
" " arrivo at Philadelphia... 5.30 P. M.
Einrira Mail leaves Lock Haven 8.00 A.M.
" " Willlamsp'jrt 9 25 A.M.
" " an ire at Philadelphia 6.80 P. M. J
Buffilo Express leaves Williamsport 1235 A.M. I
" " " Milton 1.60 A.M.
" airive ot Philadelphia 040 A.M.
Express, Mail and Accommodation, ea"t and weat, I
couueet at Corry, and all west bound trains anil Mail j
aud Accommodation east ntlrvington with Oil Cre» k
and Allogbai'iv River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
_____ General Stipeiii teudent.
I)ENNSVLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, the tralna of
tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad losve the Depot,
at Thirty lieol ,n-l A—rkct streets, Which is i-.-tt ■"■ i. tl
directly by tbe Market street cars, the last car con
necting with each train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes before ita departure Ihe
Chestnut and Walnut street cars run within one
square of tho Depot.
Sleeping Car Tickets can bo had on application at
he Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth nnd
Chestnut streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of the UniuuTrausferCompany will call for
find deliver baggage nt the Depot. Orders left at No
2111 Cheetuut street or 116 Market s.reet will recolve
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ •
'ittsburg Express 1 II"A _
rock IlaTen and Elmlra Express »-4o" •• '
Paoli Accom 10:10 A.M. and l:10and 7:10 P M
ast Line lt-io „ •
trio Express ....."."".'"„_ •'
larrisburg Accommodation .....]........ 2-60 "
■tor Accommodation 4-10 "
sburg Train 0: 'r 0 ..
lati Kvpress o.qo "
ail and BntTalo Express 950 •■
'acific Express 10*00 "
Vay Passenger ........'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 10-30 *
Erie Mail leaves daily, rnnnin'g'_■__. ._.__■ „,„_t
o williamsport only. On Sunday night pa'songor.
will leave Philadelphia at, 10:10 PM.
Cincinnati and Pacific Express leaves daily All i
other trait.s daily, except Sunday.
The Western Accommodation Train runs daily ex
apt Sunday. Fortius train tickets must be pro
ured, and baggsgo delivered by 6 P. M.. at 116 Mir- i
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8-10 A
M j arrives at Paoli at 9:10 A. M. Sunday Train No'
leaves Philadelphia ut 6:40 P. M.- arrives at Pnoli
17:40 P.M. aiiitoaai laell
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoli at 6:60 A. M l ar
r res at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train
il , . 21 . e 'iw"j; a i" at 4 arr 'TO» »» Pbiladel-
Ilia at 6..0 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ •
Incmnati Express t# 3-i' o A jy
'hiladelpbia Express .........'..'..'.'.. 7J(io '" '
rie Mad 7-00 «< ,
•aoll Accom 8:20 A. M., 3:tw'a_i 0 40 P. M
'arkersburg Train 000 A m'
'ait Line, Buffalo Express „ 9.50 "
mcasrer Train v ..'00 noo „.
irie Express 6-45 P M
.ock Haven and Eimiru Express 6-15 '" ' ;
'acific Express 3_ .1 1
Southern Express .'.'''"'.'"' 6-46 "
Harrisouburg Accommodation....'.'.','.'.'.'..'... 940 "
For fnrtter- information, apply to
Tickot Agent, 80, Chestnut street.
Ticket Agent, 116 Market street.
~, t, , „ Ticket Agent at the depot.
—leleunsylvanla Railroad Company will not ...
E'ime any risk for Luggage, except for woarlng up
parel, and limit their responsibility t. one hundred
dollars m value. All baggage exceeding that amount
b "e'daTcontrac ' °'""' ° W,le " ml **> *•*•<>
. General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
W-n". SII v I J, T "I? 1 "'*! to the Lehigh *n 1
Wyoming Vaneys, Northern Pennsylvania, •outheru
aad Interior New York, Elnii.a. Buffalo. Corry, Roc,"
Mi.r, tho Ui eat Lakes nnd the Dominion of Canada
lakes effect November 21,1870.
f ifteren Daily Trains leaves Passenger Dcnot corn
er Berks and American streets, (Sundays excinnJii
_ follows: • * _cc-_t„;
*_•__• (*«?«»«ao'lation) for Fort Waahington
Mauch Clmr?k ( vt*?L'' 8 , X ' ,r B <"H"betn, Allentown:
■aauoh Chunk, Wukesbarre, Malnnoy City, Hazl.
ton, Plt.slon. Towauc'a, Waverly.and Elrniia, and in
coanectlor, with the EIIIE RAILWAY lor Buffalo
niagara rails Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago Han
1 rai Cisco, and all points In the Great Weet'
I'm »' S' £ ccjmra /f'tion) for Doylestown
town m_.'. ( P J?". S) ?. r "'thlehem, Easton, Allen
towu, Mabauoy City, Mauch Chunk, Willlanisnjrt
k ' 3 , ba .'„ Pi,t " ton ' f "»"ton, HMketatown
ISchooleys Mountain], and N.J. Central and Morris'
and Essex Railroad*. _«■!•»
!'ir!°r' 4 :.o" -(^'i c ,I"" JC " iiltlon ) fee Fort Washington
1.15, 5:20 aud 8:16 p. ni for Abingt n.
»„inii. - "'', for "othlciwrn, Easton, Allen
&f-t«, **»»> «*
"»?° 0 l i„ m < Ac >;'"">a<"latiiin) for Doylest.wn.
__-.'. P : m ( B , e tn'ebem Accommo.'ation) for Belt
l.bern, Ewton A leiitown.Cp'ayand Ma.oh Clmuk
_l> m. (Mailj for Doylestown.
M.ucli"oiiu O nk for Uetulbbeui r Gaston, Allentowu
•i*JP- "• (Accommodation) for Lansdale.
—-BT/.?' I A I c = Olni no<l"tiorr) for Fort Washington
._?,*, F ." th T al,d s '" u >"-"ot. Second and Tliird elrc.
•nd Union Lines City Cats run to the Depot
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:65,10:35 a. _.; 2:15, 6:05 and 8:25
DoylosUwn at 8:30 a. m., 4:40 and 6:35 p. ni.
Lansda c at 7:SO a. m.
Fort Washlngtonat 9:20. 11:20 a. m , and 3:10 p ,„
Ablngton at 2:35, 6:66 and 9.35 p. in. '
I'hilarlelplna for Betblebem at 9:30 a m
1 hlladelpbla for Doylmtown at 2.00 p. ul
imyleatown for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. ni
Bethlehem tor Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m '
Tiekete sold and bag„_ chocked through to win
cipal points, at Minn's North Pennsylvania Ra__L
Express Office, No. 105 louil, Fifth street g,f * B,
Novembers. Jil - L » Agent.
IlUTl.ii.u_ BaLSAMIC MIXTURE is uot'Tihlna
U of jesterday got up to gull ,_„ UUHa l *'"'"*
money iv the pecket 1 ol the proprietor, it E d Iho
test ot time. Having been in the market over thi t v
years, lis very name win recall to nranv„nl *
tire renpected beads of lamii! . Zbalv c„T-T,
B____fe ,*,"', ," U8 J "J s ni "» «^«w.TrttaVtui
the same; Infa'lable in its operation- a soes-ine c .
lUs°ro? sa'e b"' _ll d dnr U i° n ■** _ " l "'" "
PAID* J*__ ■'>'•>• AJISUATB
BUOSD A.D Yo»_ RIVSB ll*|_SJ_k I
RICUH rvn, V.«„ Doe. 1», 1870. |
ON ANB AFRER MONDAY, December 19, 18Tn
th* IRAINS on this road will be run a. foil ,wk'
lA.-HENOKR Tit MN- GOING EAST-.*.T_
Blclimund eai'y (Hiiinl .y excepted; at 1:16 P.M.. ar
rive at West Point ai 3 10P >1. '
GOING WENT—Leave Vtest Point rMly (Sunday
excepted) at 9.00 A. 11., arrive at Richmond at 10 ii
Train, connect at West P,lnt on Tuosday, Thurs
day and Saturday with STEAMERS for liver land
logs and Bain,, ore.
tRBIOHX TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
leave Richmond on Tuesday, Thursday aud Satur.
day ol 4 o'clocl A. M, arrive at West Paint at 7:40
leaver West Pcint at Ip, M ., Krrlvo ,„ Hlchmoiid
at 6:16 P. M.
THROLGH FR EIGHT for Baltimore and all point.
North and Wist received el.ily, . n ,| forwarded
promptly to destination. Through Billa of Lading
given to all poiuis North and West.
j __ H. T. DOUGLAS,
de .2—tf Superintendent.
IiIriSAPEAKE AND OHIO MAiLROAD.
i and alter MONDAY, Dtcembei 6th, 1870. the
SENGER TRAINS will run a. follow*-.
AIL TRAIN will run DAILY between Richmond
Staunton (except Sunday, between Gordonavill.
Bteltnton). Leave Richmond at 8 A. M., nnd ar
rive at Staunton at 4:28 P. M. Leave Staunton at
8:59 A.M., and arrive at Richmond at 4:6U P.M.
making close , ouoeclions at Gordousvilte and Char
lottesville with Orange, Alexandria and Manaar—i
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti
more, Pbiladelphia, New York, Boston, Ac; also
for Lynchburg, Kuoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis, ■
New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. This train
will iuu ', lil-W Et,Kb. between Staunton and
While Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY, viz: Leavo White Sulphur at 3 30 A.M..
snd arrive at Staunton at 8:39 A. M.; leave Stauntou
at 4:33 P. M..and arrive at White Sulphur atlOP.'M.
Uoing West, passengers dine at Gordonsville and
sup at Coviugton. UoingEaet, b* aklnstat Staunton
and rliue at Gotdonsville.
ihls train connects with stages as follows :
At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge and
At Millboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 mllos; and
Warm Springs, 15 miles.
At White Sulphur Springs for Lewisburg, 9 miles
nnd Charleston, 109 miles.
THROUGH TICKEIS issued to all poln's North
West, aud Southwest.
JAMES F. NETHERLAND,
P General Tickot Agent.
)F TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINE
FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
INTB NORTH, BAST, ANS NORTH
I. I.—Through Mail Train, via. Wash
Depot, corner of Byrd aud Eight i
t 11:16 A. M.; arrives in Richmond a
for the LOWER POTOMAC ROUTE
train on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
TARIFF OF PRICES
Via LOWER POTOMAC ROUTE.
To Baltimore $5 0u
To Pbiladelphia y (j.
To New York ,'., \\ so
To Breton 10 bo
Train No. ».— Through kail Train, via. Wash
ington, loaves tho Depot, corner of llyrd and Eighth
streets, daily (Sundays excepted) at tt:80 P. M.; ar
rives in Richmond (Jloudays escepted) at 3:30 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and TUKOUOII BAGGAGE
Checks to all tho principal points In the North, East,
FRr.IOUT TRAINS will leavo Richmouel on TUES
DAYS, THURSDAYS, nnd SATO-OATo.
Tli« ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond
aud Millord, will run daily cS.ludavs excepted),
leaving tbe depot, corner of u r „nd and Eighth streets,
at 8:30 P. M., arid arriving in Richmond at 8.60 A M.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, ccrnor of Broad
and Eighth streets.
J. B. GENTRY
Geueral Ticket aud Freight Agent.
E. T. D. MvElii. Geueral Superintendent. no 23
|> ICUMOND AND DAN v"ll_ir hXi Lft r~T'■'." ~
| PASSENGER SCIIEPITLM
Lirfoaßt3H,< ash Danvillh Passsko**
Leave Richmond doily (except Sunday)
Leave Burkoviiie daily (exr'ept silnday) at i Oop _
Arrive at Danville daily (except Sunday) at 6:65 P. %l
Tttßooou Mail ash Eii>u_.„.
Leavea Richmond daily at 265 P M
Leaves Danville daily at „ ilso pi M
Arrnves at Groonsboro daily at 1 (15 A M
LTBOilllCllH AND DANVIUB PABSIKc.a.
Leave Danville daily (e_co;,t Ba_toy.)
Leave Burkeviile daily (except Sunday)at, 1:00 PM-
Arrive at lUeJiainnd daily (except Sunday)
Tsiiotieit __a Asn _uji__'" '
I Leaves Greenaboro' daily at 115 A M
Leaves Danville daily at 3:68 am
Arrivesat Richmond „ *ITI6 A-'m'
The Lynchburg aud Danvlllj Passenger Train coii
nects at Uurkoville with the traina en the South-Bide
Road ior Petersburg, Norfolk, Lynchburg, and all
atationa on tlio South-Side and Virginia and Tounes
aee Railroads, Bristol, Knoxvllle, Dalton, Chatta
nooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all iuipoitant iroix-tj
South and Southwest.
The Through Mail and Expreas connects at Green
boro with trains ou the North Carolina Road for
Charlotte, Celumbiu, Augusta, Sn.aunah Moc-n
Mobile, Montgomery, tc. 4c:„ and at Richmond with
the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Chesa
peake and Ohio, and Rich-owl and Yoik Riven lU'I
Sleeping Oars aud Chile.'Patent Reclining Chairs
on the .through Expects Train.
EVv' YORK.—OLD DOMIN
SOdid new aide-wheel Steam-t
KHDAY, THURSDAY and BAT v n_a™\ at
Richmond every THE!"DAY. FRIDAY »nd
liipsare entirely nt'.,, aw! .-_• boll* _
r this route,
ive splendid saloons an,! atate-rooon
U—H_t__ and attention are u_urpasse,i
hipped by this line are landed regularly ,'
i, on the C.'iupauy's covered pier, :'7 Noren
h:i, lortj-eight hours.
ICE EFFECTED WH_ ORDERKn AT A
RTKR OF ON it PER CENT ATTI'V, ' 4
OFFICES 0? THIS COMPANY,
i for points bcyone* New York lorwarde-r
atch.aud no chaise made, etce-.t actual
:,.c,r:,: - =*•"""
lurth. 1 information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT. Agent,
, No. 3, Governor St,
1' PASSENUEK KOoTE B£TW_l_i
IMOND AND THE SOUTH SOUTH
ID NO-iTHWEST, VIA THE VIRGIN, t
[NESSKE AIK-LINE RAILWAY
rut Passeligor Route is composed ol
and Danville railroad, Virginia and Tonnes
lidutod Railway Line, Emit Tennessee and
-ailroad, East Tennessee and Georgia rail
iville and Chattanooga railroad Meuinhi
rston railioad aud other connections
?i trains leave Richmond daily (Sundays
at O.IS A M, muting close coinecUons
t to Lynchburg and stations on Southsld.
irlstol and stuiious ou the Vlrninla -,l
railroad, Kiroxvilie, Decatur Corinth
.ction Memphis, New Orleans, Chattauoe.:
, Jackson, Vlrlisburg, Mobile. Dalton Ai
re, Seliua, Macon, Columbus and all points
Southwest, Nashville, Columbus ChWi
Jackson, Tennessee, Cairo St In-.t, ~7,1
rferlh aud Northwest,
tickets good until used,
elegant sleeping cars ou all night train.
Ing, bouses, and ample time for _e.H.
er tbau by any other route,
ler intemmtion, apply at the office of the
idTennes.ee Air-Lin. Railway,l__»Main
t tbe office of the Richmondaid rauvTii.
VU *"__£" o «'Tv_fNßl__
.»,u ~A PHII' i.iam
INS DAILY (EXCEPT fulfiliA V. t,.
N ALEXANDRA AND HAJULTON
lexandnaat BA. M and 6P v ■ i_
-has tea PnrcedWille k . ? mva Dai '
Winchester _Xrt_k_L kTO j''*. ""•
Joh leaves Uresb,"., dail! ™ Ball* Mil"
From Al .xandila to
trV. ,;...,' *i I» V.inohoau U
___t. I ™;<™ »«
&mmn'__^., 6 C ohw P«^f~_Sa^o
-■a am II °<i'wi.on Alexandria «■ ■■■
ooru.r Sixth and llroad streets.