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SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. 7, 1871.
four heatheu Chinese walked into his sanc
tum the oilier day, and through the
medium of an interpreter, paid cash down
for twenty-four subscriptions to his paper.
The editor wondered greatly what they
wanted of an English paper, not being
able to read it, niiif was informed that they
took it f.ir ihe "pictures" in it, the paper
having Cnstar's rat cut, a catarrh cut, a
guano trade mark, and an umbrella "pic
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Till! new constitution of Sooth Carolina,
without making any express provision
fot the granting of divorces, recognizes
the fact that tho marriage tie can thus
be dissolved ; and as, under this provision,
some of the Judges of the State have
heard and granted petitions for divorco,
while others have refused to grant such
petitions, a divorce bill has been intro
duced in tho Legislature to regulate tho
matter. Before t!ie war, divorce was un
known to tho laws of the State.
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The Southern States will furnish their
quota of peanuts this season, as follows:
Virginia, 400,000 bushols; Tennessee,
300,000 ; and Georgia and tho Carolinas,
from 100,000 to 300,000 bushels.
Tho printers in the office of the Jersey
City (N. J.) Evening Journal have struck
in couscquctica of a disagreement as to
whether certain figure work be paid for
price and a half or two yiri ces.
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/"tOMMISSIONKR'S OFFICE, WILLIAMSBURG
Kj VA., JAN'Y ;i, 1871.
In the mutter of Richard K. Taylor, bankrupt—in
In pnisiiaiiceol a decree of the District Court of
Ihe United Status f ( ,r tne District of Virginia, pro
nounced on rhe Bth of December, 1870, in this cau»e
I shall, ou tbe o3a» DAY OF JANUARY, 1871, ot
the clerk's otiico of James City county, proceed to
take an account of tho liens existing against the real
es'ate of said baukrupl, showing their dates,
amounts, priorities, and on what portion of the real
estate they exist; at which lime and place all per
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WM. 11. K. MORECOCK,
Jq 0 FATu-'w Special f^mmiaaloncr
rpHIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
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XJ States for th* District of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern—Gribtiko :
Notice is hereby given, That, on the 27th day of
December, 1870, Two Copper Still, and six bar
rel. u r Vinegar, claimed by John J. Turner,
Southampton cou ty, Virginia, were seized by
the Marshal of the United states lor ssid Dis
trict as fortoited to the use of the United
States, and tbe same is llln.|.d end prosecuted
in this Court In the name of the United States, for
condemnation for the causes In the sold libel Bet
forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at tho '
courtroom In the cltj ot Richmond, on the lstdiy
el March next, ltfl, when and where all persons are
warned to appear to show causd why coinlrmnatiou
should not be decreed, and to intervene lor their
Interests. DAVID B. PARKER,
U. 8. Marshal.
Dated Dcci ruber 37th, 1870. de27—lot
COURT OF THE UNITED
\J States for the District of Virginia.
To all whom it may concern—Qhrktino. :
Notice Is hereby given, That, on the 27th day of
Decimirr, 1870, I urte n hundred and eighty-eight
pounds of Manutiirtnred Tobacco, claimed by Ham
In rger A Bro , Norfolk. Va, wero srired hy the Marshal
ot the United Statoß for said District as forfeited Io the
use of the United States, and the same Is libeled and
I prosecuted in this Court In the name of tin- United
States, lor condemnation for the causes in the sold
libel set forth, and thai said cause will stand for trial
at the court-room in the city of Richmond, on the
Ist day of Match next, 1871, whon and where al]
persons are warned to appear to show cause why
condemnation should not be decrcod, and to Inter-
I" r their luterosts.
DAVID B. PARKER.
United States Marshal.
I December 27. 1170, de 27 lot
STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District of Virginia.
whom it may concern —Ghketins) :
'Is hereby given, That, on tbe IU 'lay of Dec.,
ie Mule, ami one Curt, and v barrel of Apple
, claimed by John J Turner. Southampton
Virginia, were seised by the Marshal of
ited States lor Bald District its forfeited to
i of the United States, and tho same Is"
and prosecuted in this Court iv the name
~'nited States, for condemnation f>r the oanses
aid libel set forth, and that said cause will
r trial at theconrt-room iv tbe city ol Rich
in the lei day of March next, when and
11 persons are warnod to appear to show cause
idemuatiou should not be decreed, and to in
for their Interests.
DAVID B. PARKER,
December 22d 1870. de 22—10t
STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
Itates for the District of Virginia.
ohom it may concern— Gbektino :
i Is hereby given, That,"on the 22d day of
Br, 18T0, sixteen hundred and fifteen (1615)
f Manufactured Tobacco, claimed by B. F.
* Co., Norfolk, Va, were seined by tho Mar
the United States lor said District as fofloitod
seof the United States, and theßumels libeled
ecuted in this court in the name ot tho United
n coudemuatiou tor the causes In the said
forth, aud that said cause will stand for trial
urt-room in the city of Richmond, on the lit
on next, when and where all persons are
to appear to show caaso why condemnation
ot be docreod, and to intervene for their in-
BAVID B. PARKER,
December 22, 1870. do 22—10t
B DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED |
BS, for tho District of Virginia.
In the mutter of E 11. Stokes, bankrupt
Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
irbes.of Pr. Edward county, Virginia, hero
notice of his appointment as assignee of the
18. H. Stokes, of Lunenburg co'ty, In said
ibo was, on tho 1-lth day of Nov'ber, 1870, ad
li tnkrnpt ou his own petition by the Dis
-t of said district,
2w P. A. FORBES, Assignee.
R DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
ES, for the District of Virginia,
he niattor of i/nufc! A. Watson, Bankrunt—
)tn it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, P
i, oT Pr. Edward county, Va, hereby gives
his sppolntmout as assignee ot the estate of
Dnn'l A. Watson, of Pr. Edwaul co,lu said district,
who was, on the lit day of Dec'ber. 1870, adjudgod a
Ikrupt on his own petition by tho District Court
tied Decomber 28,1870.
«—M»W P. AJKORBES, Assignee.
Till! DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
TATEg, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Jubn K. Millner, bankrupt—
To Whom it Msy Concern: The undersigned,
Elisha Kean, Jr., ot Danville, Virginia, hereby
gives notice ot bin appointment as assignee of the es
tate of J. K. Millner, of Pittsylvaula co., iv eaid dis
trict, who was, on the 20th day of January, 1800,
adjudged a bankrupt npon his owu petition by the
District Court ot said district.
Dated Danville, Vs., December Slet, 1870.
Ja4—W3w ELISHA KUAN, Jk., Asilgnec.
IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATE.-, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of John T. Boutwtll, bankrupt
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm,
11. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of
John T. Boutwell of Caroline co., in said district,
who was, on the 11 til day of Nov., 1870. adjudged a
bankrupt ou his own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, Va , December :3 1870.
de 24-S.lw W -I. H. ALI.OKKDICK, Assignee.
TnE DIBTIUCT COURT IIF THE UNITED
ATES, for tho District of Virginia,
the matter of Arnold A Fieko bankrupts—ln
To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned Wm.
11. Al!'!eidlc3, of Richmond city, Va , hereby gives
notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate ol
Arnold A Flrke. of Henrico county, in said district,
who were, on the 12th day of Nov., 1870, udjudged
bankrupt-! on their owu petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, December 23, 1870.
de 23-S3W WM. 11. ALLllßltninK, Assignee,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter ol' Owen D. Minor, Bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Coucei n .—The undersigned,
Wm. 11. AlHeidico, of Richmond city, Suite of
Virginia, hereby give* notice of his nppulntlnent as
assignee of the estate of Owen 1). Minor, of King Wm
county, in finid district, who was, on the 25th day of
November, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own
etitiou by tbe District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, Decern in r 93, 1870.
do 24—83w WM.IL ALLmCBPICK, Assignee.
IN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
*- STATES for tho District of Virginia.
In tho matter of John W. Lecompte, bankrunt—ln
To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned,
William B. Martin, ol Norfolk, Virginia, hereby
.rives notico of hiß appointment as assignee of the es
tate ol John W. Lecoinpto, of Norlolk, in said
district, who was, on the loth day of Nov., IS7O, ad
judged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Dared Korfolk, V*„ December With, 1870
| do 23— FStr* W. B. MA RUN, Aisiguee.
TN TUX DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
JL STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the mutter of B. Hassel, Bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern :—Tho undersigned,
Wm. 11. Allderdice of Richmond city, Va.. hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tho es
tate of H. Hassel, of Henrico county, iv said district,
who was, on tho 18th day of Nov'ber, 1870, adjudged
a bankrupt ou his own petition by the District Court
of said district.
Dated Richmond, December 23, 1810.
deiH-«3w WM. H. ALI.DKRIiICK, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITI.D
I. States, for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter ot J. R. Joues, Bankrupt—ln
To Whom it may concern:—Tho undersigned,
Wm. 11. Allison, of Richmond, Virginia, hereby gives
notice uf his appointment as assignee of the estate of
J. it. Jni.es, ol Buckingham c'ty, in said district,
who was, on the 14th day of Nov., 1870,
a l.ankiupt upon tho petition of himself by tho
District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, 19th day of Dec, IS7O.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■*■ STATES, for tho District of Virginia.
iv tho matter of Lewis L. Tiguor, Bankrupt—
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Ro. I
M. Mayo, of Hague, Westmoreland fcouuty, Va., here- j
by gives notice of bis appointment as aMilgnoeof I
tho OLt.ite of L. L Tiguor, of Northumberland co'ty,
In said district, who was, on the 21ft day of Sep
tember, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own pe
tition by the District Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, December 14, 1870.
del4—W3w RO, M. MAYO, Aesiguce.
1..' the District Court of tho United States for Ihe
1 District oi Virginia.
In the matter of Nicholas C. Carper, tankrupl—lu
To whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
George 0. Brown, ol Huuvllle, Virginia, hirtby gives
notice of h's appointment us assignee of the estate
of Nicholas 0. Carper, of Bo ky Mount, Franklin f
county, Virginia, in said dlsti let, who bus heretofore I
Urn adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition by I
tbe Dlstriet court of ssid district.
OKOROEC. BROWN,Assignee '
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LIVER, KIDNEYS, NERVOUSSYBTEM,*c
It thoroughly ERADICATES every kind of Humor
and Bad Taint, and restores the entire system to a
heal thy condition.
THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CHANGED BT THE
ErrL 0 .?,?,." 8 MEDICINE FROM WEAK, SICKLY
SUFFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, HEALTHY
AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN.
No Medicine has attained auch a GREAT REPC
TATION as this justly CELEBRATED Compound,
Paorxssoa R. 8. NEWTON, M. D,
professor and President of the Faculty, late "Pro
fessor Theory and Practice" of Medicine,
Ono of the most eminent men of his ago—well
known as the author of tho following standard medl
fsL-!! rk " : NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MEDI
OINE," "DISEABES OF CHILDREN " "NEWTON'S
BYMBB SURGERY," Ac, in December number of
"American Medical Review—page 277, says :
" Among the more recent efforts to introduce pop
ularly some of the new remedies, we notice a new
preparation compounded by J. J. LAWRENCE M.
D., ot Norfolk, Va., which Is furnished to tho profos
slon and the publio in any desired quantity. We re
cently examined bis Laboratory, and became fully
satisfied that all his work is done in tbe best manner
by tho most approved process, aud from the best ma-'
tenaiß, giving as a result a medicine meeting thr
oontidenoeof the physicians and the public."
KOSKOO 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. 16,1869.
DR. J.J.LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Your Koskoo
has worked wonders In my family. My daughter hue
been a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood. She
lost thirty-one pieces of bono from her ankle, several
fToio her arm Jaesfdes having ulcers in several parte
of the body. Whilst in this condition she commenced
taking yonr Koskoo—it acted lifco a charm on her,
under Its use the ulcers gradually healed, »nd her
general health greatly improved. It certainly saved
her much suffering, aud perhaps her life. I regard
Koskoo a specific for all scrofulous affections. Youi
Koßkeo also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from which
she Buffered greatly. She Is now In better health
than she has been in live years.
With the highest regard,
I am gratefully yours, Ac,
Koskoo Is endorsed by inn best physicians every- I
whero. Read the following from Dr. Tillery, a sue>
j c.mslul practitioner of many youra stonding'ln the
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co. 1
September 10,1569. J
DR. J. J. LAWRKNCE—Dear Sir: I nave useo
your Concentrated Fluid Extract of Koskoo In mj
practice with the happiest results. I find it to l«
a powerful Liver Invigorator, Blood Purifier and
Nervous Tonic. In all diseases of the Liver, Brcofu
lous, Syphilitic, and Nervous Affections, it id a remedy
of Immonso value ; in fact, in almost every variety
of Chronic Disease is use IU Indicated. Hoping yen
may meet with the success which you deserve as a
manufacturer of reliable roodlolncs, I am sir witt
much respect, p ' '
Your obedient sorvant,
KOSKOo CURBS OHRONIO RHEUMATISM.
Norfolk, Va., Sept, 7,185».
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: My son has re
coived so much benefit from your wonderful Koskoo
that I cuunot refrain from expressing my gratitude
I had tried almost overythiug without benefit. I be
lieve, la all sincerity, that your Koskoo is an Infalli
ble remedy for tho disease from which he has suffered
and, so far as I can learn, bos never failed. If you
only knew tho immense amount of suffering he has
undergone, then you could conceive the value of suet I
a remedy as Koskoo—that surely cures. The great
amount of goed it is new doing uruong us is iuestl-
Wlth much gratitude,
I am, respectfully yours, Ac,
Mrs. M. K. A. NELSON. i
Read the following from Mr. Wcinble, a prominent
Hardware Merchant of this city:
Ne. 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va., I
October 18,1889. /
DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: To the large num
ber of testimonials which you offer to the great effi
cacy of yoni Koskoo, I take pleaeure in adding my
own. 1 sulferod greatly with Nervous Debility
Headache, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Eos
koo reKtorsd me to health.
From Rev. W. 11. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle
Portsmouth, Vs., October •&, 1889.
This Is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well,
lie la a gentleman of cultivation, and worthy of tbe
fullest confidence. I have used bis Koskoo with ad
vantage to myself, and have adopted Its use in my
family in cases of nervous debility and depression.
Ptcm Dr. Lloyd, a Physloiau of large practice.
Great Bridge, Va., October 8,1868.
J.J. LAWRENCE, M. D.—Dear Sir: I cheerfully
endorse your Koskoo as being a most valuable props
ration. Upon examination ol the formula, I Hud
each Ingredient highly extolled by our beet and most
progressive clinical investigators. I have tested its
effects lv my own practice, and have no hesitation in
recommonding it. In my opinion, it is the boat com
ponnd of its class ever put before the public— ex
ceeding by for all the various compounds of sarsapa
rilla, Ac, ever Invented. It Is a decided Nerve Tonic
and Invigorator of the animal forces, aiding diges.
tion and assimilation, and Oieroby producing healthy I
blood, which should be the basis of treatment in all
| chronio diseases. Hoping you will reap the reward
Alter reading tbe abovo high recommendations, In
vajlds cannot reasonably hesitate to give tbe KOS
KC>O « trial.
for Additional Testimonials
Prom Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors, Drug
slain, Merchants, Ac, see KOSKOO ALMANAC for
BHiZK. ONB DOLLAR PICK BOl'lbl,
#W serfs by all of the Prineipvi Urvaoitte
.'As 0»««<I Bletet m 4 Mritieh Am«A*t>.
On and alter SPNDAY, IVember 4,1FT0, Trains
will leave as follows:
8:50 a. m —Mail .tally (except Sundays) for the West
and North to Hiiffelo and Niagara Ka Is.
ItlOp nt— Fast I lie daly (exorpt Sundays) for the
West and North to WlHiamaporr.
7AO p. m— Daily (except Sundays) for tho Weet.
ltii'A) p. m —Dally for the West Norih to Huffllo, I
Roebe ter. Mauara Fallß a- d tbe Canai'as.
Trains ror Western atari laud Head St S:80a. m. and
Trains for Gettysburg at 8.30 a m. and 12:40 p. in.
Trains for Hanover at 8;S0 a. m., 12:40 and 8:30 p m.
Trains for Cumberland Valley llnad at 8:30 a m. and
I*4o p. m.
For York dally (except Sundaj s)—3:3o pm.
For Parkton dally (ex-ept Sundays) 6:30 pm.
TRAINS ARKIVE IN BALTIMORE.
Prom the West nnd North—2:3o and 9:16 am, 12:30,
2:46 and fell p m.
York Accommodation—lo:l6 am.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m.
For tickets to all points North and We«t, apply at
Calvert Station end at No 0 North Calvert street.
ED. S. \ OUNO,
Genet al Pa souger Agent.
ALFRED It. FISKK.
>HILADKLPriIA. MII.M.IMITON AND BAI.TI
JL MORE HA II ROAD.
Commencing MONDAY. November, 21, K7O. Pas-
Biger Trains will leave President Stieet Depot as
Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations
t 7:26 a. m.
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
:36 a DJ.
Expr.ss Tiain for Philadelphia and New Yoik at
Accommodation Train for Pnrt Deposit iuter
mediate Station-, at 6 p. m.
Express Train for riilladelphle at 7i26 p. m.
ExpnSßs Train fur New York at 10:40 p. m.
For Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m. lor New York at
7:26 a. in Train connects at New Castle Jnnctlon
llh train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and
t Perrj vllle for all Stations on Philadelphia and
Itral 11-.il:.'ii .
aln at Perrvvillo for Port Deposit.
aina» Pen j ville lor all Stations on I
nd Half more Central Railroad und at I
r Stations en Del-ware Railroad be- I
tton nnd Harrlngtin.
kets may be procured oitbor at Presl
pot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Balti I
s In the reclining bnck car and bei the I
In sleeping catß procured at Balti
lon during the day. Ou application at
street the Union Transler Company
I check baggage at prl vales residences,
be contusion attending Hi- ssmo at
•HIA. WILMINQI'ON AND BALTI -
Monday, November 21, 1870, trains I
it, corner Broad street aud Woshing-
sin at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepted),
stopping at all regular stations,
t Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
a with Smyrna Branch Railroad and
)e!aware Rail road, at Harrington with
Ireakwater R>ilroud, at Se-iford with
1 Delaware Itailroiid, at Delmar with
Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi
a at It 15 a m. (Soudans excepledi,
nd Washington, stepping at VVilmlng.
and Havre do Grace. Connects at
th train for Now Castle,
l at 4.111) p. m. (Sundays excepted), for
Washington, Hopping at Cheater,
xid, Claymont, Wilmington, Newpitt
k, Elktou, North-cast. Charlestowu,
rre de Grace. Aberdeen, Perrymau'a,
nolia, Chaee'B and S'cmmer'sßun.
is at 11:30 p. in. (daily), lor Baltimore
3, Btopping at Cheiter, Thurb.w, Lin
it, Wilmington, Newark, Eikton,
•ryvllle, Havre do Grace, Perrymsß'i I
r Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will I
. m. train.
stations between Philadelphia aed
ilphiaat 11 n. in., 2:30, 6 and 7p. m.
n connects with Dolaware Railroad
and intermediate stations.
Eton at 6:45 -nd 8:10 a. Be., 2, 4 nnd
8:10 a. m. tiain will not stop between
. train from Wilmington runs da'lv.
iraoilatioii Trains Su-days excepted.
; Wilmington at 0:45 and 4 p. m., will
ikin Junction with the 7 a in. and
for Baltimore Central Knl read.
TIMORB TO PHILADELPHIA.
ore nt 7:25 a. m., Way-mail. 0:35 a.
:36 p. m., Express. 7:25 p. vi., E»-
TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
ore at 7:25 p. m.. stopping at Magno-
Aberdeeu. Havre <ia Grace Perry
.vn, North- Ka-t, Eikton, Newark,
rt, Wilmington, Claimant, Lin wood
Is to all points west, south, south-
HMired nt Tli hot Office, 82s Chestnut
itinent-il Hotel, where also t-tate
s in sleeping cars can be si-cured
Persons purchasing tickets nt this
ig. age checked at tbeir residence by
II V l<> NIMBY °nneri-.ten,-l»nt.
the District of Virginia,
of Jamts M. Wood, iiunlsruiit—in
TO WHOM IT MAYOONCERN:
Pie ise to take notice, that a petition has been nrc
flented to the W W. Forbes, Usq, Register in Bank
ruptcy in said District, by Lewis E. Hlgby, assignee
of eho eitate of said bankrupt, to sell the real
estate belonging to said bankrupt, free rroin all Hem
This Is to give notice to-all persons Interested,that
i m r 2i" J' f M[i I l8t "'on an i rder has been issued
"».**•,"• Porbes, Esq., Register In Bankruptcy iv
jaid district, for ail persons whn may be Interested
in sal i estate, to appear befsro him, at hia office, in
the city of Richmond, on the 81st day of Decem
ber, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M., snd show cau«e if
any they have, why such on older Bhould not be
B'aftfd- „ LEWIS E. HIGUY,
de 21-W2w Assignee,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT 01' THE UNITED
1 STATES for the District of Virginia Li " ltu
In the matter of P. D. Shepherd, bankrupt-in
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned. W. C. Morgan, of Bcrryvllle, Clarke
co y, Va., hereby gives notice of bis appointment
as assiguee of the estate of P. D. Sheplu-ij, ol Clarke
C< j" U f , 'j in reld district, who has heretofore been
adjudged a baukruptupon his own petition by the
District Court of said District.
I Dated December 9tb, 1870.
delO-SSw W. C. MOROAN, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
I STATES for the District of Virginia.
Bankruptcy." m » tter of J » 3 ' A -*"<«*. Bankrupt-in
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, P
W Strother, ot Giles comity, Va., hereby gives
notice of vis appointment as assigneo of the estate of
Jos. A. Peck, of Giles county. In said district, who
has hbretofoiebcoi adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition by the District Court of said district.
Dated Decemoer 9th, 1870.
d « 10 Mw P. W WBOTHBR, Useignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITiD
1 Statt* for tbe District of Virginia ura "' D
In the matter of E. E. Starkie, bankrupt—in bank
hk Wh J'S, ". May Concern:-The undersigned
Hobson A Treadwny, of Danville, Virginia herel,v I
giveuotico of their appointment as assignees of th,.
%l*l *Sf "•,f-,f«» rl "».»f Pittsylvania count,,T
ginain said district, who has heretofore been al
Judged a baukrupt uu his owu petilion by the Dis-
Irlct court of said district.
d.i2-M3w *»»«»** IsMsHWitX
— ' " .
Unkrupl-y".""'" "' W - ■»' nolm "-
V i. t . M »>: c <»":"n =-The undersigned, John
F. I'edigo, orLeaiherwood, Henry couoti, Virginia
o ■lhll'.V a ,"°i k^ 0! . hia »PP»lotß|ant as assignee
of the estate of W. A. Uolmnn, if Leather* ..nd
Uenry couuty, Virgiuia, lv said district who La.
neretolore been adjudged a bankrupt „„ ~(„ ow " |
delT-MSw "tohn' o '.""'' 1 l """' ict '
■W-tlt m 61—Involuntary.
| X. United States, for the District of Virginia
j bankr Iv the ">»<'" of Abram Miller, bankrupt—v
To Whom It May Concern :-Th.i un.lersiimert
«. L. Christian, ol Richmond city Vinrini. i,'
wtateTf Ah'™ 0 '!!'" " 1 " )oil ", I " < "" •" "ssignecofih»
! 0 ISJ* beret o'for« b''eii"iu'ljudged'J n t.','lt J I
T, 1 t** 1 Court of said district
Dated Richmond, December 9ih, 1870.
baukruptc^* ,Ur ° f P- C ' ''•"""•y. bankrnpt—in
al'nls J * r h l f!l,v 0, I T '»J'o"vil"i7, HenrY" counw* Vii
• r. BARKSDALE, Assignee.
On nnd after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, THRKK
DAILY TRAINS will bo run between Baltimore and
Wheeling and Paikenburg, a, fellows :
The >.AIL TRAIN, for all way points, east ol
piedmont, will leave Baltimore ually (except Sun
daysjat 8:00 A. M; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 6:06 P. M..
Tho 8 A.M. Train connects with Strasbnrg and
Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad.
The I AST LINE will leave daily at 4 P. M ; re
turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.
Ths CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore
daily at 8:46 P M , it-turning will arrive at Baltl
ninro nl 8:60 P. M.
Tho WI.VOIIKBTKR AND 81RASBURO ACOMMO
DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore dally (exoept
Sundays) at 1:05 P. M ; returufn; will arrive at In. 441
'lli'e MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRA.N
will leave daily (except Sundays) at 6:nO P.M.; re
turning, will leave Mount Airy nt 0:16 A. M , end
arrive at t'alllmoieat 8: 0 A. M.
The El LICOTI'B MILLS TRAIN will leave atl:2o
P. M. daily (except Sundays); returning, will arrive
at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M.
FOR HAUERBTOWN AND FREDERICK.
Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:05 p. m ; returning,
will arrive at 8 20 and 10:4(1 a lv. and 6:0o p. m.
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRABBURO.
Leave Baltimore at 800 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; re
turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. in and 6:05 p. m.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20.5:08, 7, 8:lu and 11:30 a.
m. and 2, 3:50, 4:45 and 8:30 p. m.
Trains leave ut6:45, S:0|) and (l:2. r . a. m. and 12:46,
2:50, 4:10, 6:4i1, 7:46 and 9 p.m.
Leave Baltimore at 7 and 11:30 a. m. and 4 45 p.m.;
I leave Washington at 0:45 and 9:25 a. in. and 4:10 p. m
SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 6:08 and 6:10 a. m. and
I 4:45 an 1 8:00 p. m.
I cave Washington at 7:25 a. in. end 2:50, 6:40, 7:4
I Tickets can be*purcliased at the Office, No. 149
j West Baltirnnre street, corror of Calvert, where
or lers can be left for baggage to bo called lor, and
I which will be checked at person's residence.
For lurther informatii.n. Tick.ts of every kind,
la, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station,
orat the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation,
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
On nnd after MONOAY, December 6. 1870, the
train) on the Philadelphia tiud Erie Railroad* will
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia 940 P.M.
Williamsport 7.26 A. M
" arrive at Erie.. It. I'll
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia. 12.40 P. M.
" Williumiport R. 50 P. M
" " arrivo at Erie 740 A.M. I
F.l.uira Mail iruves Philadelphia 9.30 A.M. I
" " Williamsport »85 P. M. I
" " arrive at Lock Haven 760 P. M. I
Mall Train leaves Erie p.OO A.M. I
Williamsport. 1006 P.M. I
" " arrive nt Philadelphia 660 A.M.
Erie Express loaves 1 lie 9.00 p. M. I
" " " Williamsport 8.26 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 0.30 P. M
Klmira Mail Itiaves Lock Haveu 8.00 A.M.
Williamsport 3 25 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia MO P. of,
Buffilo Evj roes loaves Williamsport 1236 A.M.
" " Milton 1.60 A.M.
" " airlve at Philadelphia.... 940 A.M.
Express, Mall and Accommodation, cast and west,
connect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mali
and Accommodation east at Irvington with Oil Creek
and Alleghany Rivor Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, tho trains of
th.. Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot
at Thirty-Ural and Market streets, which is rescued'
directly by tbe Market street cars, the last car con
necting with each train leaving Front and Mark t
streets, thirty minutes before its departure. The
Chestnut and Walnut street cars run within one
square of the Depot.
Sleeping Car Tickets can be hud on application nt I
the Ticket office, northwest corner of Ninth an <
Chestnut streets, and at tho Depot.
Agents of tho Union Transfer Company will call for
"J\ ~?""' ''''l^'*.' o Bt t"«Depot. Orders left at No
201 Chestnut street or 116 Market siroer, will receive
TRAINS LEAVIJ DEPOT, VIZ :
Pittsburg Kxpress V'-ll'A M
Lo.k Haven and Elmlra Express ............ 9 40~ '"
PaoUAccom 1U:10 A.M. and HOand 7:10 P.M.
Erie Express <•
Han .sburg Accommodation 2-60 "
Lareaster Accommodation ~„ 4-10 <>
Purkersbnrg Train C ; V O v
Cincinnati Kieprcss '..[' g! u n ie
Erie Mail and Rulialo Express 9-60 "
PhciSc Fxpie," w [ w „
flay Pa.se.uger 10-30 "
. w!",?**'' Ts** <lHilj '' """"'"g on Sa'l'u day n'ght
to Willfamßjiort only. On Sunday night passengers
will lea-.e Philadelphia at 10:10 p. M
Cincinnati nn.l Pacific Express leaves daily. All
other trait s daily, except Sunday.
Tho Western Accommodation Train runs doily ex
cept Sunday. For this train tickets ranst be pro
cured, and buggago delivered by 6 P. M„ at 116 M,r
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
M j arrives at Paoll nt 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No.
at "•top M "' 6:4 ° P ' M,; '■ r " w " at Pa 9"
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Taoli at 6:50 A. M- ar
rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train
; m .. ut 4:5 ° P '. M i arri ™ »' I'hiladel
poia at P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ •
Cincinnati Express 3,j0 k M
Philadelphia iixnross " '" v-c/i *.. *
Erie Mai '" jljjj ~
Pao'l Accom 8:20 A.M., 3:60 and 6 41) P M
Pat-ken-burg Train ~ ei-nfl «' «,'
Fn t Lino, Buffalo Express !.'.....""'" 9-50 '■•
Lancas'er Train 1 -00
Erie Express '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."'..',.'. 6-45 P M I
lock Haven and Elmlra Express....'.,'.", '",', feet '..
Pacific Express 324 „
Southern Kxpross '."'."."1"'.,!" 6*46 v
Harrisonburg Accommodation..'.'..'.'.'.'." 94Q "
For further information, apply to
JOHN F. VANLKER, Jr.,
Ticket Agent, 901 Cueßtuut street
Ticket Agent, lie Market street
SAMUEL 11. WALLACE.
_, „ Ticket Agent at the denot
The 1-onneylvania Railroad Company will not as
sume any risk for baggage, except fnr wearing an
parel, and limit their responsibility t . one hundred
dollars m value. Al] baggage exceeding that amount
in value will be at the l lek of Ihe owner unless taken
by special contract. . A. J. C A SSAT
Uontral Superintendent, Altoonn, Ta.
•JyfORlH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAb7~
THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehiah an I
Wyoming Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania' SjulheT,
and Interior New Votk, Klniira HuiTalo. Corry Koct,
ester, the Great Lakes aud the Dominion of Canada
Takes effect November 21, I*7o
p^"* nD 'S ,TTr »; "S leaves Passenger Depot corn-
At J '-^".'i AC AS' Dlmodation ) for Port Washington
At 1:31 a. m. (Express,for Beihlobem, Alleutown'
Mauch Chunk Veilkesbarre, Muhsnoy
m, Pittstou, Towanda, W»verly,„nd Elm a antfin
ounection with tho XXIX RAILWAY wrV/ffal
isguru Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicagoi San
rancisco, and all points in th- Gieat\," S ' *
5-0 ». m. (Accumiii,,Ust,on) for Devies,own
iwn MaTa (KXP^ f " r Be«Wehen,*P«S Allen.
SSt.J^°f Chunk: VinSuZo",
cSunk' f £ah, e ' hl '' hom ' * !KH . tc " 1 ' Allen
••a?'" P ,. m (Ac /' ;m " lo(ißtil 'n)forDoilestewn
sjid b Ui^o'u\"nes S o' bS ' reot ' &C< ' l ' d "' n<i TWrd street
BeAttSat* 11 ** a FROM
Dnyleatown nt 8:30 H . m., 4:40 and 0-35 „
AbmgTo a na i tT™"'' :2o ' l,:2oa ' m ' Ul '' 33 -l' l P «■
Pliiladolphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a m
I mladelphia tor Doylestown at 200 p ™,
November 21. lS 7n . BLLIB CLARK, Agent.
tostol time. Havl, c i,.en?i? h , ' e,ur V tu '' 8 ' i '''<>dth„
I years, Its very, »me wn'?e r alM* D,Hrk,,t OVM tu "F
the respected hSS, ot V »°»
•he r youth, with all lt "'.''",''",• ™ "'ye' » days of
thes«me;lnfa'labl"|, l/sTp?• v"u "° ,TOW, i '"• still ,
hisuao.in ssn Yosa Bivsa R»n.io»n,
hi us ~■.», V»„ Deo. 1», 1870.
.~«N AND AIRIIt MomiAY. December l», 1870
V " the i RAINS ou this rood will be run as foil .we-
PAI-aKNUKK I'llAlN-OnlMI EAST— loaves.
Richuiuud . al'y (Sunday excepted! at 1:1* P. ML or-
I rive at West Point in SHIP M
GOING Wa»T—Leave West Point delly (Sunday
excepted; at u.uu A.M., arrive at Richmond at 1066
Trains connect at West P, lnt on Tuesday, Thurs
day and fnturduy with rTEAMEKS for river land
lugs ami Bat.l . ore.
FREIGiit TRAIT, with Pas-onger f.'*r attached,
leavo Richmond on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 4 o'clo k A. M., arrive at West Point at 7:40
I A. M.
L-ave West Point at IP. M.; arrive in Richmond
at 6.16 P. M.
THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and ail points
North and West received dally, and forwarded
promptly to destination. Through Bills of Loom a
| given to all points North and West.
On and altei MONDAY, Dtcembet 6th, 1870, the
PASSKING Kft TRAINS will run as follows:
MAIL TRAIN will inu DAILY between Richmond
and Staunton (excopt buneiay, between Oordonsville
in .ft .unt .n;. Leavo lllcbuond at 8 A. M, and ar
rive »t Staunton at 4:2J P.M. Leave Staunton at
- ... A.M., and urrive at Richmond at 4:60 P. M ,
making iloee connections at Gnrdousvilh and Char
lottesville with Orango, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Ac; also
for Lynchburg-, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis
New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. This train
will run IRI-VMiiKLY botweeu Stanntou and
White Sulphur on TUJBSDAY, THURbDaY, and
SATU-'IMY, tit: Leave White Sulphur at 330 A. M„
and arrive at Stuuuton at 8:119 A At.; leave Staunton
at 4:33 P. M.,and ailive at White Sulphur at 10 P. M
Going West, passengers dine at Oordonsville end
«np at Covington. Going East, br. akfost at Staunton
and dine at Gordonsville.
Ibis train connects with stages as lollows :
At Suunlon for Lexington, Natural Bridge and
At Millboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 miles; and
Warm Springs, 16 uiiies.
At White Sulphur Springs for Lewlsburg, 9 miles;
and Charleston, 109 tutlos.
THROUGH TICKS: Is issued to all poln 8 North
West, and Southwest
JAMES F. NETfIKKLAND,
no 30 General Ticket Agent.
I> lOHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD
LrKoanuße. am. Damviux Psssshou
Leave Richmond daily (except Snnday)
at #:1| A. hi.
Leave llurkoville dally (except Sunday) at LOO P. M
' Arrive at Danvlllet]aily(exce-ptSunday)at 6:66 P. M
Tuaonoi, Mail and Exposes.
Leaves Richmond dolly at 2:56 P. M
Leaves Danville dally at l:to P. M
Arrrives at Greensboro dally at 1:06 A. M
LTHoauuna ano Da.nvu.ii Passim.?*.
Leave Danville dally (except Sundays)
at 7;40 A. M.
Leave Burkeville daily (except r)unday)at.. 1:00 P.M-
Arrive at Richmond elaily (except Sundny)
at ss; o m
TnaouuH slaii. a3d Expks- -
LoavesGroeciiboro' dally at 1:16 A. M
Leaves Dsnvillo daily at 8:88 A.M.
Arrives ut Richmond.. 11H6 A-M
Tho Lyuchl.nrg and D.-iuvliie Passenger Train con
nectsat Burkeville with the trains ou the South-Side
Rood for Petersburg, Norfolk, Lynchburg, and all
stations on the South-Side and Virginia and Taunts
see Railroads, Brlsteil, Knoxville, Dalton, Choti-.
oooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all important poises
South and Southweut.
The Through Mail and Hxpress connects at Greens
boro' with trains oil the North Carolina Road foi
Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, eV-nnnah, Mac.--,
Mobile, Montgomery, Ac. *c, awl at Richmond with
tho }Uchmpnd, FredericKsburgand i't.tomae.. Olieea
peakeand Ohio nod Richmond end York River R.i.l
Sleep.ug Cars and Chiles'Patont Reclining ejsssirs
on the Through Express Trot;..
«■ ' frc.e.ei'lntenrtew.i
IjVOR NEW YOi'.K.—OLD DOMiN
Tho splendid urv ...l-10-wheel Sletana
ships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMAhLr.
SARATOGA, HATTKRAB. an I NIAGARA leave
New York for Horlolk. City Point an- Richmond
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at
Laave Riclimoud every TUESDAY I>RiJ>AY .■ - I
SUNDAY at high tide
These ships am nnltri.ly new, and 'era built «»
pressly for tills route.
They have splendid saloons ami sUfieHroosse
the accommodatioao end attention are unsurpassed
Goods shipped by this line are laneled regularly s,
New S ork, ou the Ompnuv's covered pior. »7 North
liver, within torty-efght hours.
nmnuMos mpvEofsD when ordered at a
»Q.I'AJVi!H 04' Oil X PUK CUNT. AT THS
OTFICES 01 THeSCOMPAJST.
Ightsfor polatn 1.-..yond New York forwarded
.mipatch, and no charge made except ac*uai
•For further Information apply to
J OHM W. WYATT, Agcut,
J)' "—'■» No. 3, Governor St,
D I SSS. ' >A r sa SSGI:R ~KOUTB BETWEEN
...RICHMOND AKp THE SOUTH, SOUTH
WEST AMD NO-TUWEST, VIA TUB VIRGINIA
AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Great Passenger Route is composed of
Richmond and Danville railroad. Virgin, a end Tennes
see •loiiMlidated Hail way Line, Rout Teuuoßjoo tti.i
Mlgtela railroad, East Tonnntiseo and Georgia rail.
road, Nashvillo and Ohdtlmj toga railroad, Memuh.s
and Charleston ruihsjad and other counecliuus
Psssongei trains lenve Richmond dally (Souduta
excepted) at 9.19 A. 51., making close connections
throughout to Lynchburg- and stations onSouthslde
railroad, Briatol and stuiious ou the Virginia ami
Tennessee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth
• rand Junction. Memphis, New Otleau.. Chattanoc:
ga, Caot.m. Jackson, Vu-ksburg, Mobile, Dalton At.
lonta, Rorae, Selma, Macon, Oolnmbus and all points
I .nd Beam west, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago
lie, Jackson. Tennessee, Cairo, St. Louis end
ts North aud Northwest,
igh tickets good until used,
ege chccßc.l through,
ml elf. ping curs on all night trains
eating honses, and ample time for meals
m er than by any other route
irthot inloruiatlon, apply at the office of the
> and Tennessee Air-Line Rail* ay>™ JS
r at the office- of tho Richmond and Dan-rill-
R. P. WALKER,
EXANDHIA, LOUDOUN SN»>
OUR AJUUKGEMJSNT, ilhuiNNTNtt
APIIIL 1 IStiO.
&AH.B DAILI (EXCEPT SUNDAY) Hlr
bKN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Alexandria nt BA. M and 6P. M Leave
" « A ,- ?VS?t, " M A ' M ''«"" i»Mb«'r
. M.and 1216 P.M.
a. M, train from Alox-iudna and 11-30 \ v
uu Hamilton connect with Kemp's Di'eilv'
Ooarhes foi Pnrceilville, gideketaviHee Cer
dMiddleburg. On aad after Brunei twenty
U rnu daily to Cnjii v i?,pringß.
us arrive at Alexandria at convenient hours
etlons with Wtsß»»»t. - C -I Baltimore the
From Al.xandija (o
R| r »>•*' York, ftfiadolphla, ox Baltimore
BoHroador Bxpiess, to c S re R H Hsver
ral Agent ut Alexandria, will be; forwarded
•onel lree of charge for commission.
tatlou tickets between AloxanrUU and
, and ni Intermediate stations, at low rut,,
trip tlcxets good only for day ol !«.„„, he-'
xaudrln and H?.m:iton, and botv.it-- 'hoe*
n«ll»t« points, st reduced rates
" ~-e-" r.a-w-. ...
IDE HEAD, who sues by hr next Mod
I« JOHN HEM?
tice, that I shall, ou W-dnrsday the 11th
>,1871,ai ihe law oflici ol A iilolse Jr
of Richmond, between the hourscf'tJA.
• "■ °} thjit etay, pioceed to take the det»
lohn Roy atidotl.ers, witnoists subLeonlod
n my behalf it, a suit for divorce now de
tho Chancery Court 01 Richmond, In wbah
ttiffand yon are elefendant; and If frcm
the taking v tn e said deposltiout ho not
J, or beiug coinineucue], not hushed uu
Iheu tho taking thereot to be con U
nlay t... nay and leoni time lo time, at lh»
aud at tne same hours until the earn, ie
. J a., pq. ,]„ in—B4w
IA.-At rules hold in the fink's clove v
oaucery Court of the city of Richmond
, the 6ti| day of December, 1870.
cad, who sues by hor next friend, Thot*
hip Plaint. f7
1 of this suit is to prccuro a divorcee
lr monii. And allidavi, having l„en made
- -at the defendant Ie a nnn-resldent of this
i,»r„ ' S " dl l " ' """ lh " 8ail1 defendant do appeal
«ii l / " li( ' month alter due publication ben. I
' tills'.u (*""' : " ' KJ, '" kar * •'' prOtWtnll interest I-,
■ in in a, A copy—Teste,
I a * M ~8*» BEN J. IT llfßßY.Cierlt.
" X KJfltilUl tli« IJui ill H- i j« , ".
I »'W*:''r(;«-lo..Mti »c
,I ''- Jr 1-. WAUNERf Drugget!
corner Sixth sud Broad streets.