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Tl-lUttSDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1871
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Santiago de t.uua on luesday last, wmi an
well. Oflicial dispatches announce the
voluntary surrender of on Saturday of the
iusurgent chief, Andres Dominique, with
In officers and scvenfy-two men, armed
th rifles, nud sixteen families. A party
fishermen saw lights off the const of
intua, in the Tuelta Abajodistrict. Tbey I
a supposed to have been the lights of
:ne tillibustering expedition. Nothing
s been seen of them since. The iusur- I
gent Captain Santa Perez, with thirteen
men, have surrendered to Major Arugon.
I from Nncvitas announce the sur
if (he insurgent chief Perdomo, the
r of Madrivae, with ono hundred
cial to the New York Herald says:
reuder of leading insurgents con
md the work of pacificatiou pro
rapidly. The Captain General
ly received a letter from Edwardo
o, secretary of the Cubau House of
ntatives, through his father, asking
icncy of the government. Machado
liis letter that the House has dis
and the members are looking after
rsonal safety, each trying to take
himself. Don Miguel G. Guttier-
Vice-President of the Cuban re
is in tho woods iv tho ceighbor-
Guaya Mora. Tranquiliua Valdes,
• of tho Ilouso of Representatives
ij'.-o Villas, who is also Hying, is in
1 condition, his body being covered
:inq of A Theatre—Sad Loss of
Lite advices from South America
tat the theatre of Santiago was rc
destroyed by fire. Several lives
it. Among the unfortunate victims
HkOI Quintanilla and Senor German
itii, third lieutenant of the Guardia
liedad (Salvage Corps). The frag
)f the charred remains of this an
te gentleman were identified from
:umstanco of a piece of his watch
uid a bunch of keys having been
in their proximity. It is a notic
;t, says the West Uoast Mail, that a
■ of Honor Tenderiui, who was also
tcer iv the fire brigade, lost his life
accasiou of the fire at the Club de la
:ib mt a year ago. At the funeral
thorilits, clubs and private iudi- |
vied with each other in rendering
nark of rospect to the memory of
orttiuate victims. Two boys occa-
I employed at the theatre ate miss
i.l there is no doubt they also
d in the flames, although up to tho
, no traces of their remains have
Mercurio, moralizing over tho dis
ays the last parting song of Carlotta
vas the Song of tho Swan. The
o-be-forgotten laugh that accom
the finishing nolos of her fourth
t concert forms, by the side of this
ident, a dramatic and Bad represen
jf human life, in which pain and
ever-near neighbors. The theatre
t insured, as no company was will-
Jo so. The building cost $500,000.
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iCUTIOH OF HANLON THE CHILD
;rer.—Preparations for the cxecu-
John Hanlon were completed iv
elphia, on Tuesday. The gallows
en erected within the corridor of tho
building, in anticipation of bad
ir, and also to secure entire privacy,
could not be the case in the prison
is some buildings in tho neighbor
overlook the enclosure, and many
as executions have been witnessed
he roofs and tree tops. Hanlon bid
"v and relatives farewell, expressing
f ready to die, ami had no expecta
a respite. The" execution took place
8 yesterday. The law limiting the
r of witnesses was strictly enforced
r religious exercises, Father Barry
hat Hanlon had nothing to make
, but wished to return his thanks to
icers of the prison, and tho inspec
d keepers. Hanlon then stepped to
nt of the platform, and in a distinct
aid : "To those who have ever in
ne, or havo ever done me any wrong,
ive them, and ask God to forgive
and all whom I have ever injured
way whatsoever, or against whom
3 had ill-feeling, I ask their forgive
uid God to forgive me."
body has been given to hia ft lends
v Persons Suffocated by Gas.—
Jharles Moller, proprietor of a bakery at
\o. 1,497 Third avenue, New York, dis
overed early Monday evening, that four
jersons, who occupied the rear room on
ho second floor of his premises, hid been
uffiscatcd by the escape of gas. The do
eased persons were John Longhlin, an
rish laborer, age 27 ; his wife, Ann, age
30 ; his son, D. Bernard, aged 4, and Susiu
Sands, age 26, living with tbem. When
liscovered, all were lying on a bed in the
room, and seemed to bo asleep. Apparen!
--y, they had died without a struggle.
Frozen to Death. —Thomas Fisher, or
as ho was moro familiarly known, "Old
Uncle Tommy,'' came to his death by the
intensity of the cold weather ou Thurs lay
last. Uncle Tom's modesty and indepen
dence of character, we assume, would not
permit him to ask alms, or to receive them
except iv extreme need. He was iv the
war of 1812, and over 90 years of age at
the time of his death.— Annapolis Gazette.
An Heir to Marshal Bazaine.—Since
his "residence" at Wilhelmshohe the Em
peror Napoleon has twice driven into Oas
gel to pay visits to Bazaine, on a visit of
congratulation upon the birth of an heir
to the Marshal. This event, on the 13th
of December, was hailed with joy and sat
isfaction, as the only other son of the
Marshal bad died some timo tiuie.
Sai> Loss of Life in a Burning Hotel.
The Holliday house, at Kenosha, Wis
consin, was burned Tuesday morning. The
guests wero aroused as rapidly as possible,
but Mrs. J. B. Merrill aud four children
were cut off by the flames, and perished.
Osmond Capron and S. Fuller were res
cued, and are supposed to be fatally
burned. 11. B. Chase was seriously injured
by jumping from a third-story window,
and several others slightly by wounds and
burns. Edward Waller, cook, is missing.
The origin of the tiro is unknown.
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We hear of a remarkable story of a
lady, whose husband having died abroad,
gave orders for his body to be embalmed
and sent home, and in the interim was
married again. By an unfortunato train
of circumstances the mortal remaias of
her "dear departed" were brought by an
express wa_oa to her door at the very
moment she was receiving the congratula- j
• I ft tattoo Oil a shirt, washed
a child's face, or her uwu befort) break I i.-t
Her specialty is novel reading—her amuse
ment, talking of tha affairs of her t.eigh
t>ors. Her husband, it is needless' to say,
s poor, and so were her parents.
A Quaker lately popped the question to
a fair Quakeress as follows : "Liura— Yea
and verily, Penelope, the spirit urgeth and
moveth me wonderfully to beseech thee to
cleave unto me, fksh of my flesh aud bone
of my hose." "Hum—truly, Obsdiah,
thou hast wisely said ; inasmuch as it is
written that it is not good for man to be
alone, lo 1 I will sojourn with thee."
An ingenious wife in Dcs Moines cured
her husband of snoring thus ; She had a
gutta-percha tube with two cup-shaped
ends ; one she put over his nose and mouth
and the other over his ear. lie consumed
his own noise, as a stove does its smoke,
and wake* up instanter.
In a dry goods store in New York, con
ducted by "a large and vigorous woman,"
young ladies, caught indulging in klepto
mania propensities, are taken into a rear
I soiled they can ie m y • y I
plication and is perfectly free from any odor. For
aale hy druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price, 25
cents a bottle.
THOMPSON'S POMADE OPTIIIB. as a dressing
for the Hair I. all that Is required ; purely vegetable
and highly perfumed, it softens, improves aud beau
tifies tho Hair, strengthens the roots, aud gives it a
rich, glossy appoara-ice. or sale by .all druggists
Trice, 35 and 75 cents per bottle.
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER
f. strongly recommended as the best dentifrice
known. It cleanses and preserves tho teeth, hardoui
the gems, sweetens the breath ; and, containing no
acid or gritty substance, is perfectly hurmloas, Bud
can ha used dally with great advantage. Sold by ail
druggist*. Prlco, 25 and 50 cents per bottle.
IT ASTOUNDS EVERYBODY that a colorless
cloudless fluid, like Spring water, Bhould revive the
original tint in white, grey, or grizzlod hair. \>t
so It Is. PUALON'S VITALIA OR SALVATION
FOR THE HAIR Isjust such a fluid, as limpid and
as stainless, —yet it far excels every other dye or col
oring liquid over known, in imparting rich shades of
color to grey hair.
DR. L. CONODON, the Indian physician, claims to
have successfully treated Quito a number of patients
in this city, aad we hear of those who testify to the
fact. It Is fortunate that there are many physicians
with different systems of practice for the cure ol
almost endless diseases. The Doctor is confident ot
tho merits of his inodo of treating the sick, and
invites those afllietod to consult him and jud_o for
themselves of his ability to cure. He can be found
' at his office in Manchester, next to the post-offlce,
and may be "iutit viewed" during the day or even
s'LOVE HIDES A MULTITUDE OF FAULTS."—
But it fails to paint the pale cheek, to gladdou tho
heart or conceal tho diseise tint is lurking aud
making rapid Inroads upon yonder rapidly declining
femalo beauty ! Her wan features ar. bedowed with
tears, her pulse is feeble and her day-dreams are
growing dim, as night with its heavy pall of gloom
settles upon her brow ! I Can she not be restored ?
respectfully announce that they liave removed to
their new and spacious .tote, (diagonally opposite
the old stand,) south west corner Sixth and Broad
streets, and offor tor sate at lowest market tateis, a
full atid complete stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, OILS,
iII,ASS. Ao. Buying only of first-class importing
and manufacturing houses, we can guarantee satis
faction In price, purity and quality ot good*.
Euays fat Young Men, on great SOOIAI.
EVIL 9 and ABUSES, which iuterfero with MAR- j
RlAGE—with .uro means of relief for the erring :
and unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent tree
of charge, In sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD !
ASSOCIATION, No. 2,8 Ninth ttreet, Philadelphia,
p a . Ja 16—3 m
IJUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE! Is not a thing
Jj of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and pu<
money In the pockets; of tho proprietor, !t has stood tbe
teat of tiuio. Having been ia tho market over thirty |
years, its very name wilt recall to many who are now
the respected heads of families, the halycon days of
their youth, with all its joys aud sorrows; it i* still
the same; Infallable in iti operation; a specific reme
dy for youthful indiscretion aud folly; a true friend.
It I. for sale by all druggists. Price, $1 per bottle.
f\tmt 1441 FRANKLIN STREET.
If your Horse is sick—send for DR. FREEMAN.
If your Cow is sick—send for DR. FREEMAN.
If yonr Dog is sick—send for DR. FREEMAN, the
only Veterinary Surgeon in the city.
*_- Beware of uneducated Quacks and Importers
whoso assumption is ignorauce and practice frail 1.
J. K. FREEMAN, V. S.,
and Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Sur
_h>. A slate left on tbe office door and at Mr.
Clurke's stable for orders—which will be promptly
attended to. ja 3—lm *
Btsd Stu.kt, bstwhik Siirn abb Srvtxtß,
CHOICE BMOKINO and FIG and TWIST CHEW
ING TOBACCO supplied to the trade on th* moat
reasonable rats, to bo found i n this market.
J* 13—lm JAS BWEENET.
It RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
FRANKLIN DAVIS A CO., Proprietor..
W. offer for the Fall and Spring Tradu the largest
collection of FRUIT TREES, VlNi-8, An .overgrown
in the Southern States, consisting in part of
2,000,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie
ties of fruit* i-.dapted especially to the
1,000,000 VINES, consisting of every variety at small
*jr Send for catalogues, enclosing postage etamps J
The Victoria, oi Ladies' Gem is tho great invention
long aud earnestly wished for by your sex. We de
sire .mart and energetic lady agents to introduce our
popular and Justly celebrated article in every Village,
Town and City iv the World. It is highly approved
of, endorued and adopted by all Ladle, of taate and
refinement, and is now A GREAT FAVORITE WITH |
THEM, it is what every L idy hai wished far, give*
Freedom of Action,
ami Preventa Catching Cold
at a Critical Period.
Eudrosed and recommended by ;iM eminent
and will purchase One
at eight, its merit, are apparent at a
Druggists, miliuets, drc.smakcrs and ttioso who
keep fancy store* will find our excellent invention
give, perfect satisfaction, and sells very rapidly, and
netting enormous profit, to agcnti* and dealer..
Town and country rights givin free to all who de
sire engaging in au honorable, reepectaLle and
profitable business, and at the tame time, doing
good lo the.. Buffering companion, fn life. Samples
$2, sent free by mail on receipt of price. Send for
VICTORIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
d«»—wly H Park Place, New York.
1 )KI V.f. NEW ORLEANS
Aflcr 8 P. M , SUNDAY, Dec, 4,1170, the of
tbe Ptiimsylfauia CoMrnl Billrcu te'.vo th* Depot,
at Th-rty-flrnt nu J Market streets, which is reached
directly by the Market street nars, tha bust car con*
necting with each tralo leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes before its departure. 11
rhnstnnt and Walnut street e*VI run within one
square of the Depot.
Sleeping Car Tickets can bo had oo application at
the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and
Itnut streets, and at the Depot,
ents of the Union Transfer Company will call fur
Isllver bagg 'pre at the Depot. Orders left at No.
;iim;tmit street or 116 Market h'refct, will receive
' TRAINS LEAVE DKPOT, VIZ :
burg Express 12:ll*A. M.
Haven aud Klmira Express 9:40* "
I Accom 10:10 A. M. aud l:10aud 7;10 P. M.
Line 12:40 «
Krie Express 12:40 '•
Harrisburg Accommodation 2:60 "
I aster Accommodation 4:10 "
ersburg Train 5:60 "
nuitti Express 8:00 "
Mail and Buffalo Express 0:50 "
1c Express .10:00 "
in Mini leaves dally, running on f-utu-day n'gh
illiamsport only. On Sunday night passengers
leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
icinnati and Pacific Express leaves daily. All
r trains daily, except .Sunday.
o Western Accommodation Train ruuß daily,ex
Bundey. For thu train tickets must be pro
cured, and baggage delivered by 5 P. M , at lit} M -t
I tin No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A
Paoli at 9:10 A. M. Buudas Train No
delphia at 0:40 P. M.; arrives at Pa*>
In No. 1 leaves Paoli at 6:50 A. M : a
delphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train
'aoli at 4:50 P. M ; arriv-rs at Thiladfl-
NS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
tpress 3:10 A.M.
Express 7:00 **
8:20 A. M., 3:50 and 6 40 P. M.
Train 9:00 A.M.
ifl'dlo Express 9:50 "
... 6.45 P. M.
*nd Elmira Express 5:45 M
ess 5:26 •■
press 6:45 v
_ Accommodation 9:40 "
r information, apply to
JOUN F. YANLEKR, Jr.,
Ticket Agent, 901 Chestnut street.
Ticket Agent, 116 Market street.
SAMUEL 11. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot.
yWania Railroad Company will not as
ik for baggage, except for wearing ap
nit their responsibility to one hundred
lue. All baggage exceeding that amount
be at tho risk of the owner, unless taL-. v
mtract. A. J. CABSAT,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
LTriIORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. g
fter Sunday, 12th Juno, 1870, THREE
INS will be run between Baltimore and
d l'aikersburg, as follows :
j TRAIN. f»>r all way points, cast of
fill loavo Baltimore daily (except Suu-
A. M.; returning will arrive at Balti-
W. Train connects with Msl
g via Manassas Gap Railroud.
: LINE will leare dally at 4 P. M.; re
-1 arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
INNATI EXPRESS will leuvo Baltimore j
5 P. M; returning will arrive at Balti-
JIiESTER AND BTR\SBURG ACOMMO
,AIN will leavo Baltimore daily (except I
4:05 P. M.; will arrive at 10:40
NT AIRY .ACCOMMODATION TRA.N
aily (except Sundays) at 6:00 P. M.; ro
ll leave Mount Airy nt 6:16 A. M., and
COTT'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20
except Sundays); returning, willanlvs
sut 3:20 P. M.
AGiERSTOWX AND FREDERICK.
:00 a. m. aud 4 and 4:05 p. m ; returning,
t 8.20 and 10:40 a. m. and 6:05 p. m.
INCIIKSTER AND STRASBURQ.
Itimoro at 800 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; re- !
1 arrive at 10:40 a, in. and 6:05 p. m.
Itimore at 4:20, 5:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a.
ivo at 6:45, 8:00 and G:25 a. m. and 12:16,
timore at 7 and 11130 a. lO.auJ 4:45 p.m.;
ington at 6:45 and 9:25 a. n>.and 4:10 p.m
'. TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION.
Itimore at 4:20, 5:03 and 8:10 a. ra. aad
sbingtonat 7:2"> a. m, and 2:50, 5:40, 7:45 :
an be purchased ut the Oflke, No. 149 |
more street, corner of Calvert, where '
ie left for baggage to be called for, and j
>c checked at person's residence.
ter Information, Tickets of every kind, !
-i J, T. England, Agent, Camden Station, 1
:ket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation.
General Ticket Agent.
SLPIIIA AND ERIK RAILROAD.
iftor MONDAY, December 6, 1870, tho
be Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will
leave* Philadelphia 9.40 P.M
arrivent Erie 7.40 P.'M j
i* leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M
" Williuiu-pj.t 8.50 P. II
arrive at Erie, 7.4* A.M I
i leaves Philadelphia 9.30 A. M ;
" Williamsport 0.35 P. M
arrive at Lock Haven 7.69 P. M
loaves Erie 9.00 A.M. i
" Williamsport 1005 P.M. I
arrive at Philadelphia 650 A.M.
as leaves V rie 9.00 P.M.
arrive at Philadelphia. 5.30 P.M \
il leaves Lock Haven 8.00 A.M.
arrive at Philadelphia. 6.80 P. M.
press leaves Williamsport 12 35 A. M.
" airive at Philadelphia..... 940 A.M.
Mail and Accommodation, eait and west,
Corry, aud all west bound trains aud Mail
modation east at Irvington with Oil Creek
any River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and |
Wyoming Valleys, Northern Puunsylvanla, Southern
and Interior New York, Elmira. Buffalo, Corry, Roch
ester, the Great Lakes and the Dominion of Cauala.
Takes effect November 21,1870. __
Fifteen Daily Trains leaves Pa'senger Depot, corn- j
er Berks and American street*, (Sundays excepted)
7:00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. m. (Express; for Bethlehem, Allentown,
Mauch Chunk, Wiikesbarre, Mahauoy City, 1 lisle
ton, Pittston, Towanda. Waverly.and Elmiia, and iv
connection with the ERIK RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Clevt'land. Chicago, San
Francisco, and all points in the Great West.
8:25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9:45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Alien
town, Mahauoy City, Mauch Chunk, Williauißpurt,
Wiikesbarre, Pittston, fcrantou, Hackettstown,
[flchooley's Mountain], and N. J. Central and Morris
and Essex Railroads.
11:00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1:15, 6:20 and 6:15 p. m for Abingt n.
1:45 p. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mau'jh Chunk, Mahauoy City, Wiikesbarre,
Pittston and Hazleton.
2:30 p. m. (Accommodatian) for Doylestown.
At 3:20 p. m (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Beth
lehem, Easton, Allentown, Cuplay and Mauch Chunk.
4:16 p. m. (Mail) for Doyleßtown.
500 p. vi. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown,
6:20 p. in. (Accommodation) for Laubdale.
11:30 i». m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
Tbe Fflth and Sixth street, Socond and Third street
aud Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:55,10:35 a. m.; 2:16, 6:05 and 8:25
Doylostswn at 8:30 a. m., 4.40 and 6:35 p. m.
Fort Washington at 9:20,11 ;20 a a.ru, and 3:1.) p.m.
Ahingtou at 2:35, 6:65 and 9:35 p. ra.
Philadelphia for Bcthlohem at 0:30 a m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2.U0 p. iv.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. in.
Bothlehera for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage cheeked through to prin
cipal points, nt Mann's North Pennsylvania Ri.ggnge
Express Office, No. 105 south Fifth rttoet.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
November 21, 1?70.
| | I.UMR EDUCATION.
Board and Tuition per annum |226.
HELLMUTII LADIES 1 COLLEGE,
Inaugurated by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition poruunum, $226.
Pemtpemt—Tie Yuy Rev. I. Helluiuth, D.D ,
AsS- For i * uolv to Malar Evans Loudon,
| . Jp ' - *sT *T * ~»"_V -» ~
* >° OUSTING
• "** MAIN I***
Between ninth and tenth streets
Tke Proprietor returns acknowledgments far tho very liberal patraaaje ke hag
received duriag the pant tw» yean, and informs all who
> are in need »f any description of
And desire that it shall be exeouted in a manner alike creditable to THEM-
SELVES and the Printer, tkat hia establishment still sustains tbe
enviable reputation so long enjoyed for turning out
At prieos as reasonable as it can be produced by any office in tho country.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLY GOING ON,
In the way of every appliance necessary for the filling, in a satisfactory manner,
of all orders for work iv the line.
Ia aa established rale, a«d will not be deviated from in any case. Patron* will
not fail to appreciate the advantages of this important feature.
Careful and competent attention is given to
FINE PRINT IN" »,
Hnibiaoiag work is Oolars, Tinta, Qol ilver, &c. In this department we
claim U exoel, and will bo pleasod to exhibit our HANDSOME
SPECIMENS aa evidence of what we assert.
Knable us lo compete successfully with the best appointed establishments in
the country, and no effort will be spared to make it tho interest, as well
as the pleaiure of tbe publio to leave tbeir orders at tho
STEAM JOB PRINTINi ESTABLISHMENT,
M*. »12_ MAIN STREET.
Our advantage, in
And SUPERIOR SKILL,
R. 3» ft. m.—Mail daily 'except Sundays) for tbe West
and North to Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
12 40 p. m—Fast Una dally (except Bandays) for tbe
West and North to Wllliaiusport.
: 7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the Weit.
10:'J» p. m —Daily for tbe Weit. North 11 Buffalo,
Reche'ter. Niagara Falli and tbe Canada*. .
Traini for Western Maryland Road at 8.30 a. m. an 1
I 3:80 p. m.
Trains for Gettysburg at B:30 a.m. and 12:40 p. m.
Trains for HaiiOTer at 8:30 a. ra., 12:40 and 3:30 p. m.
Traini for Cumberlan t Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. and
Far York daily (except Sunday*)—3:3o p m.
Far Parkton daily (except Sundays)- 6:30 p m.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From tba Wait and North-2 30 and 0:16 (Tro. 12;30,
2:4 a ana! 6:15 p n.
York Accommodation—lo:l6 a la.
Parkton Accommodation—s:2o a m.
Far tickets to all points North and Wost, apply at
Calvert Statian aad at No 0 North Calve.t street.
EB. 8. YOUNG.
General Passenger Agent.
ALFRED R. FIHKE,
I>HILADELPniA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI-
X MORE RAILROAD.
Commencing MONDAY. November, 21,1870. Pas
senger Trains will leaTO President Btteet Depot as
Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations
at 7:25 a, m.
Express Train for Fhilad«jlphi>. and New York at
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
Accommodation Train for Port Deposit inter*
! mediate Stations at 6 p. m.
Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m.
Exprtsss Train for New York at 10:40 p. m.
For Philadelphia at 7:20 p.m. For Now York at
7:25 a. m. Train connects at Now Castlo Jonotiou !
with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and
at Perryville for all Stations ou Philadelphia and j
Baltimore Central Railroad.
9:26 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit.
2:40 p.m. Train at Perryville for all Stations on J
Philadelphia and Baltimoro Central Railroad and at
Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Railroad be
tween Wilmington and Harrington.
Through Ticketß may be procured either at Presi
dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Baltl
! mort street.
Secured seats in the reclining back car and beitbs _
j or state rooms in sleeping cam procured at Balti-'
more street office during the day. On application at
147 Baltimore street the Union Transfer Company
will call for and check baggage at privatoaresldencen,
: thus avoiding tbe confusion attending tho same at
] the depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
£_) HILADELPHiATwiLMINGTON AND BA 1711
--! I MORE RAILROAD.
Commencing Monday, Novomber 21, 1870, tralna
i will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washing
ton avenne, as follows:
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Snndays excepted),
I for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and
Maryland and Dolawaro Railroad, at Harrington with
Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at Soaford with
Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Del mar with
Eastern Shoro Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi
comico nnd Pocomoke Railroad.
! Express Train at 11:46 am. (Sundays excepted),
f for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilming
ton, Perryville and Havre de Grace. Connect! at
Wilmington with train for New Castle.
1 Expro°s Train nt 4:00 p. in. (Sunday! excepted), f.-r
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester,
Thurlow, Linwood,Claymont, Wilmington, Newport,
Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North-Fast Charlestown,
Perryville, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
Edge Wood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stammer's Run.
! Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), for Baltimore
and Washington, stopping at Cheater, Thurlow, Lin
wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
Nor ;h East, Perryville, Havre (jp Grace, Perry man's
Paiseugers for Fortress Monrco and Norfolk will
take the 11:45 a. m. train.
| stopping at all stations between Philadelphia a*d
Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m , 2:30, 5 and 7p. m.
The 6 p.m. train connects with Delaware Itailroad
for Harrington and intermediate stations.
Leavo Wilmincton at 5:45 and 8:10 a. ra., 2, 4 and
7:15 p. ra. Tho 8:10 a. in. tiain will not stop botween
Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p. m. train from Wilmington runs da'ljr.
All other Accommodation Train* iMiudayi except*'!.
Train* leaving Wilmington at 0:45 and 4 p. m., will
connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7 a.m.and
:30 p. m.trnins for Baltimore Central Railroad.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a. m., Way-mail. 9:35 a.
m., Express. 2:35 p. in., Express. 7:26 p. m, Ex
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p. m,, stopping at Magno
! la, Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havro de Grace, PeFry
ville, Charlestown, North-East, Elkton, Newark,
; Stanton, Nowport, Wilmington, Claymont, Liuwoud
Through tickets to all points west, south, south
west, may be procured at Ticket Office, 823 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, where also state
rooms and berths in sleeping cars can be eecured
dnring the day. Persons purchasing tickets et tn'.s
office can have baggage checked at thoir residence by
Post Office Dxpam»uit,\
Washington, January 5,1871. /
PROPOSALS will he received at the Contract Office
of this Department until 3 o'clock p. m. of MAUCH
1,1871, (to he decided hy the SOthj, for carrying the
mails of the United Statoe from July Ist, 1871, to
June 30th, 1876, on tha following route in the State
of Virginia, and hy the schedule of departures and
arrivals herein specified, via :
No. 470t—Jfroin Hicksftrd, hy Pleasant Shade, Law
reneaville, Charlie Hope, White Plains,
Gholsonville, Powellton, Pleasant Oaks
and Ryland's Depot, to Hlcksford, equal
to 3.1 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Hicksford Wednesday and Saturday
at 0 a. m.;
Arrive at Hicksfoid Thursday and Monday
by 6 p. m.
For forms of proposal, guarautoo, and certificate,
and also for instructions as io conditions to he em
braced in the contract, Ac, soo advertisement of Sep
tember 30th, 1870, inviting proprnuls for mail service
In Virginia, to he found at tbe principal post-office?.
Bids should ho sent In Healed envelopes, suptrr
■cribed, "Mail proposals, State of Virginia," and ad
dressed to the fceeond Assistant Postmaster General.
JNO. A. J. OREBWELL,
Ja B—M6w Postmaster General.
THE GREAT EUROPEAN
Kurcka |Alumiiium Gold Watch 00.
l. v. deforest & co., jiwuuas,
40 and 43 Broadway, Nsw York,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U. 8.
\ t have authorized them to sell their great EU
REKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATCHES for THREE
DOLLARS, and to warrant each and everyone to
keep correct time for one year. This Watch we
guarantee to be the beat and cheapest time-keeper
that is now in use in any part ot the globe. The
works are In double cases, Ladies 1 aud Gent's size,
and are beautifully chased. The canes are made of
the metal now so widely known in Europe as Alumi
num Gold. It has the exact color of Gold, which it
always rotains; it will stand the test of the strong*
•at acids; no one can tell it from Gold only by
weight, tho Aluminum Gold being 1-10 lighter. The
works are made by machinery, same aa the well
: known American Watch. The Aluminum is a cheap
] metal, hence we cau afford to sell the Watch for : J
and make a small profit. We pack the Watch saleiy
In a small box and stwd it hy mail to any part of the
U. S. on receipt of $3.50; fifty cents for packing and
postage. Address all orders to
L. T. DEFOREST k 00.
4, so—ara 40 and 4'J Broadway, N. T.
j A GENTS WANTED
Ia all parts of tho United States, to Kelt
L. V. DEFOREST A CiVfl
AhliMlMM GOLD JEWELRY 1
Agents are making $*.uo to $000 per week selling
! the Aluminum Jewelry. T*he bust imitation of gold
! ever introduced. It has the exact color, which it
always retains, and stands the test of the strongest
acids. No one cau tell It from gold only by weight—
the Aluminum Gold being about 1-10 lighter. L. V.
DEFOREST & CO. are selling their goods for 1-10
the price gold jewelry is sold for, aud on moat liberal
terms to agents—l I cash, balance in 30, 00 and €0
days We send persons wishing to act as agents, a
full and complete assortment of goods, consisting of
Peals. Bracolets, Locketß, Ladies' and Gont'H Chain*,
Pins,"Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac, for $100—525
to be paid when the goods are received, the other $76
in 30,60 and 90 days. Parties wishing to order goods
and act aa agents will address,
L.V. DEFftRKRT A CO.,
de 30—3 m 40 and 42 Broadway, N. Y.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
*• STATES for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of John D Richardson, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
John M Bonldin, of Ciiarlutte C H, Virginia, hereby
gives notice of his appoiutment as assignee of the es
tate of John D Richardson, of Kejevillu, in the
county of Charlotte, iusaid district, who was, on tbe
JOtb day of Decern l er. 1870, adfudgud a bank nipt on
the petitiou of Mmself by the District Court of said
Ds.Ud.it Charlotte C 11, Va, the 2bth day of Jauu
ary, 1871. JOHN M BOULDIN,
' Af«tgne« of John D Richardson
RAILROADS AUD BTKAMBOATB
TJ IOmBWrT RAILROAD
IV CHANGE OF and after JAN
Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) leave) Richmond
daily (except Sunday-) at 4A. M.; leaves Danville at
11:12 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1:42 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich
mond dolly nt HfIJA.M.; arrives at Lynchburg at
Train No. IS (Through Mail and Express) ]l*ave
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M.; leav* D.nvill* dally
at 10:32 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro' at 1:05 A. M.
GOING EAST :
Train No. 6 (Through Mail nod Express) l*av.
Greenboro' daily at 2A. M.; leave Danville daily at
4:37 A. M.; arrive at Richmond daily at 12:33 P. M-
Train No. 8 (Tbrouuh Pn»»onger) leav. a Greens
boro' daily (except Sunday.) at 11 A. M.; leav*
Danville at 1:33 P. M.; .arrive at Richmond at 8:15 P
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves lynch
burg daily at 8:26 A. M.; leaves Burkeville at 1 P
M.; arrives at Ridimond at 4:05 P. M.
Trains No*. I and 6 connect at Greensboro' with
Trains ou North Cirnltna ltitiltoad for all point*
Train No. 3 connects at Btirltevllle with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad far all point.
S uthwest and South.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS, without change
between Richmond and Charlotte, N. C.,are attached
to Trains No 5. aud C.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest can be procured at tho ticket office iv
.WO. K. MACMURDO,
fe 2 General Froigbt and Ticket Agent.
» ICIIMOND, FREDERICKSBURG & POTOMAC
V RAILROAD COMPANY. GENERAL TICKET
ND FREIGHT DEPARTMENT, RICHMOND,
ANUAP.Y 20, 1871.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
On aud after SUNDAY NEXT, 22d instant, the
Through Mail Train WILL LEAVE Byrd Street De
pot at 18(45 P. M , instead of 11:10 A. M, and or.
rive in Washington at 7:30 P. M.
A*r** Travel era will please take notice that tho
FAST SPEED of THIS TRAIN compels the compa
ny to OMIT tho following stoppages :
HUNGARY, lULBY'S, TAYLOKSVILI.E, CUES
TEHFIELD AND PENOLA STATIONS.
Ou Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, this Train
connect, at Acquia Creek with Steamer Georgcauua
RETURNING, tho Train Will arrive in Rlchmtii 1,
making stoppages at usual Stations, at 2:20 P. M.
The Night Through Mail Traill will leave Byrd
Street Depot at 8:45 P. M. Instead of 8:30 P. M., ar
riving in Richmond 3:30 A. M.
The Accomodation Tra'n betweou Richmond and
Milford, leaves Brond Street Depot dally (Sundays
excepted), at 3:30 P. M. end arrives in Hlchmend at
8:50 A. M.
J. B. GENTRY,
Ja 21-tf General Ticket aud Freight Agent.
RIOHMONII AND YOB.X RlVia R»ItKOA», |
SUPEaiNTEKCKNT'S OFFICE, >-
RtciiMomj, V*„ Dec. 19,1870. J
f\N AND AFRER MONDAY, December 19, 1870,
\J the TRAINS on this road will bo run a. follows:
PASSENGER TRAIN-GOING EAST—Leave*
Richmond daily (Suuday excepted) at 1:15 P. M., ar
rive at Wost Point at 3 10 P. M.
GOING WEST—Leavo West Point dally (Sunday
excopted) at 9.00 A.M., arrive at Richmond at 10:55
Trains connect at West Point on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday with STEAMERS for liver laod
ing. and Ballim-ore.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Fassonger Car attached,
leave Richmond on Tuer.duy, Tl'iirsday and Sattir
day at 4 o'clolk A. M., arrive at We*t Pelntat7:4o
Leave West Point at IP. M.; arrive In Richmond
THROUGH FREIOIIT for Baltimore and nil points
North and West received daily, and forwarded
promptly to destination. Through Bills of Lading
given to all poitif. North und Wet.
11. T. DOUGLAS,
de 22—tf Superintendent.
/~IHESAI'EAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY, Il.ceinl.el sth, 1670. the
PASSENGiIII TRAINS will run as follows:
X' ". TRAIN will run DAILY belwoon Richmond
uuton (except Sunday, between Gordonsville
union). Leave Richmond at 8 A. M., and ar
Staunton at 4:28 P. M. Leitvo Stanuton a
M., uud arrive at Richmond at 4:50 P. M.
making close connoctiouß at Gordousvills and Char
lotteaville with Orange, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, llnlti
more, Philadelphia, Now York, Boston, Ac; alio
for Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis
■Orleans, Montgomery, Mobilo, Ao. This trail
run TRI-WEEKLY between Stanuton and
i Sulphur ou TUESDAY, THURSDAY, an.
RIIAY, viz: Leave Whito Sulphur at 3 30 A. M.
aud arrive nt Stauntou at 8:39 A. M.; leave Staunton
at 4:33 P. M.,aud atrivo at Whito Sulphnr atIOP.IM
Going West, possen_i;ra dino at Gordonsville ant
aup at Covington. Going East, breakfast at Stauntou
and dino at Gordonsville.
'ibis train conuocta with stages as follows :
At Stauuton for Lexington, Natural Bridge am
At Millboi-o' fur Bath Alum Springs,lo inilo.; an.
Warm Springs, 15 miles.
At While Sulphur Springs for Lowiaburg, 9 miles
and Charleston. 109 miles.
THROUGH TICKEIS issued to all points North,
Wett, and (Southwest,
JAMES F. NBTHEKLAND,
ro 30 General Ticket Agent.
iilOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMIN
-1 ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The aploudid new sido-wheel Steam
ships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE,
SARATOGA, HATTERAB, aud NIAGARA leave
New York for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, al
1 o'clock P. M
Loave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and
SUNDAY at high tide.
These ship, are entirely new, and ware licit! t *x
pressly for this rctite.
They have splendid saloons and state-room.,
the accommodations und attention are uunurpaeaed.
Goods shipped by this line are tended regularly ..
New York, ou the Company's covered pier. 37 Worth
River, within iorty-eight hours.
INSURANCE EFFECTED WHEN ORDERED, r7 ..
QUARTER OF ONE PER CENT. AT THK
OFFICES OF THIS Os>MPANY.
freight, for points beyond New York, forward*J
with dispatch, uDd no charge made, exoeet actual
A*V*For further information apply to
JOHN W. VI YATT, Ageat,
jy s—ts No. 3, Governor St,
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWKi
RICHMOND AND THE SOUTH. SOUTH
WEST AND NOKTUWEBT, VIA THB VIRGINIA
AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Great Passenger Route i* composed ot
Richmond aud Danville railroad, Virgiuia and Tcnnes
Sue Consolidated Railway Lino, East Tennessee an
Virginia railroad, Eaist Tonnessee and Georgia rai
road, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Memph
and Charleston railroad aud other counecliona.
Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Sunday
excepted) at tf. 15 A.M., making ciouu couuectior
throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Southsn!
railroad, Bristol and stations on tho Virginia am
Tennessee railroad, Suoxville, Decatur, Corintl
Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo
ga, Canton, Jackson, vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, A
lat.ta, Rome, Selma, Mucon, Columbus aud all poln
South and Southwoat, Nashville, Colnrnbu., Chicago
Louisville, Jackson, Tenuossee, Cairo, St. Lou's am
all point* North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping cars ou ail night train
Good eating houses, aud ample time for meula.
Faro lower thau by any other route.
For further information, apply at the office of tl
Virginia and Tennessee Airline Railvay, 1325 Mai
street, or at the oflice ot th* Richmond aud Danvtt
railroad. B. F.WALKER,
AIJ3XAM)aiAr LtiuDOUN AN 7 >
UMMER ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING
TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) BE
TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leave Alexandria at BA. M. and 6P. M. Leave
Hamilton nt 6A. M.and 11:30 A. M. Leave Loealmg
at 5:23 A. M. and 12:16 P. M.
The 8 A. M. train from Alexandria and 11:30 A. M.
train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily
Line of Coaches for Purceltvillo, KiilckiT.villo, Ber
ryville, and Winchester; also, with Rimer's l.mo of
Coaches, which leaves LoesblU'g daily tor Tihll's Mill,
Aldie, and Middleburg. On apd after June, twenty
stages will rnu daily to Capon Springs.
All trains arrive at Aloxandria at convenient hour,
for oonnoctions with Washla_t:v nd Paltiyiore th.
From AUxandifn to
Leeiburg $2 00 Winchester t_
Clark's Gap 225 Ball's Mill, S ii
Hamilton « 26 Aldlo 276
Purcellville 276 Middleburg 82b
Berryville 8 60
Goods per Now Yark, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
~toauiers, Railroad or Express, to care R. H. Haven
ncr, General Ageut at Alexandria, will he forwarded
over the road free of charge for commission.
Commutation tickets between Alexandria er '
Hamilton, and all intermediate stations, at low rate,
Round trip tickets, good only for day of isaac, be
tween Alexandria end Hatr.ilt.'U, and between too..
*v! intermediate DOinta, »t reduced rates.
J* 3 ly Oeuer&l Superintendent.
ZKTELLK, NO. 12M.—Tim season far Spring diet
ha* fairly sal in. mid Ml the"fresh luxuries which
come »ith It arj at ZETELLE'S. With
IAMB. VEAL, BPRINO CHICKENS, PEAi
STRAWBERRIES, with the other regular
oa, and tho excellent cookinir, it slrall ;:o hard 11
most fastidious (roast is rot heartily satisfied.
n tho BAR, with Ita
PURE LIQUORS, MINERAL WATERS,
tho excellent beverages prepared by the skilful
kesvpsn vied up an ..i:; ; M-iiii-lellt, r.l.e style of
rh 1* inferior to none In this country, my B—t*
BOOK AND PAMPHLET PRINTING EXECUTED
at THIS OFFICE.