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Monday Evening, Feb. 21, 1871
been si Is ir.l ilr.nker nnd a cruel husband ;
lis! beaten his poor wife until she had
: I •mis.' rued to it. "But," said he.
v iv moment I signed the pleslgo, I
thought of my wife—what would my wife
say to tin's ? Strange that I should think
of my w'fe the first thing, but I did ; and
as I was gi'ing homo 1 said to myself:
Now, if I go homo and tell her all of a
snihlen that' 1 havo signed the pledge,
•he'll faint away,or sho'llupand do some
thing, iiinl I must break it to her by de
grees. Only think of it I Why, the night
before I'd have knocked ber down, just as
like as nut, if she hadn't looked to please
me; anil now I am planning to break
good news to her for fear it, would upset
A-s near as I could gather from what he
told use, be found his wife sitting over tbe
mibers, waiting for him. As he came in- j
to the bauae, be said : "Nancy, I think
"Why, I think 1 shall—that is—l mean to
—to—Nancy, I mean " ''What's the
matter, Ned 1 Anything the matter ?"
'■Yes." ssiisl he, "the matter's just this—l
havo signed the temperance pledge, and so
help me God, I'll keep it."
"She started to her feet, and she did
f.iiut away. I was Just in time to catch
her ; and as.«he lay in my arms, her eyes
Bout and her face so pale, thinks I she's
dead, anil I've djne it now. llut she
wasn't dead ; she opened her eyes, and
then she put her arms around my nock ;
and I didn't know she was so strong, as
sho pulled and pulled till she got me down
where I had not been for thirty years—on
my knees. Then sho said : "Oh, God I
help my poor Ned, and strengthen him to
keep his pledge," and 1 hollered 'Amen !'
just as loud as 1 could holler. That was
the first time wo ever knelt together, but it
Two Brothers and a Sister Die
WITHIN Tiikkk Wkeks.—About a mouth
ago two brothers and ono sister, named
Brannon, all well advanced in years, con
stituted a family living comfortably at
Cornwall, near Newburg, Three weeks
since the sister had tho misfortune to fall
and break a limb. Ono of tho brothers, j
Gerald, was taken sick shortly after tbe
nccislenl, sirnl the well brother constituted
himself both nurse and housekeeper for the
lamily. Ono day this brother rose early,
stalled tho fire, and returned to Gerald's
bed, apparently to wait, as he had been
accustomed, until the room became warm. |
As ho continued to lie there for sometime
afterwards, Gerald thought his brother was
oversleeping himself, and attempted to
awake him. To his horror he found that
ho was tload. Not a strugglo nor a groan
had marked the times when the spirit took
its flight. Tho cause of death, unsus
pected before, was disease of tha heart.
A few days after tho sister died from the
effects of llio fall, aud again sympathizing
friends and neighbors gathered at the
house to attend funeral services. On
Monday Gerald, tho surviving brother,
died of his illness, making an entire family
that has passed away within about thrco
Sudiikn Death. —Mr. William Culkloj
or, a well known citizen, died suddenly
t his residence, No. 807 7th street north
vest, yesterday. Doctors Drinkarsl, J. T.
Young. C V,. Hagner, A. F. A. King, J.
;. Ciiuover and J. F. IJartigau held a
iost mortem exatnination, and decided
hat tho death of the deceased was caused
>y an enlargement of the heart and drop
yof tho chest. Tho remains wero taken
o lUgorstown, Md., for interment,! ac
empanied by a delogation of Syracusians
i idge, K. oi P. Tho deceased was an of
icer of volunteers during tho lato war, and
* ss-iiiie time si secret service agent of the
Vreasiny Department.— Wash. Star, \Bth.
—_ _♦,*»>« , _
Singular Death of a Boy.—Some four
>r five weeks sinco a little son, five years
ild, of Mr. Black, a salesman iv J. Ul
ich & Oo.'a grocery, in Decatur, Illinois,
got a grain of pop-corn in his windpipe,
nd it was found impossible to remove it I
>y ordinary means. A doctor was called
D, and after performing an operation pra
louuced tho obstacle removed. The tit
le fellow continued to complain, however,
and ou Monday las', whdo engaged in
tirsing th baby, he put tho infant quickly
i own, and, placing his hand suddenly on
lis sisle, ran to his mother and exclaimed,
•Mother, kiss me, I'm going to die," and
vas a corpse three minutes afterwards.
1 **j,i i
Paris has over 57,000 houses.
Pennsylvania owes $32,000,000.
They have a "Poor Man's Club" in Cairo.
A bedbug trap hus boon invented in
An "American Club" has been organized
San Francisco is to have a new city hall,
The north coast of Sitku is repelled as
swarming with fur seals.
Women's rights aro to havo a heating in
Tho price of admission to Bilse's famous*
concerts in Borlin is 13 cents.
- Thu harvest of Indigo, cotton and sugar
ia-i bean abundant, iv Venezuela.
Tho statue of Governor Andrew, re
cently set up iv Boston, cost $10,000.
Tho telegraph lines iv Russia are almost
entirely worked by female operators.
The Germans now declares that "Str.is
>ourg is to remain eternally German,"
A St. Louis paper speaks of one of its
contemporaries as having "tvcDdbit.ed."
Out of 077 churches in Loudon only
iOl havo paid choirs and 242 volunteer
Philadelphia contains more houses than
■Jew York, Brooklyu aud Jersey City com
A number of literary men in London
alk of celebrating tbo anniversary of
Shakspcare's birth—April 23—by a dio
ier in the poet's house at Stratford.
A new anil spleuded monument is to be
raised over the grave of Beethoven at Vi
enna, the movement having been begun by
i distinguished Austrian nobleman.
The younger Dumas (tho elder, too,
ince his father's death), anil several other
Itonry * Parisian*, talk of living in Italy
until their country's troubles are settled.
Tho ingenuity of Cliin.se swindlers le
leculiar. '1 hey split half dollar*, take
ut a third el the sliver, fill tho space with
cad, and adroitly close up tho cut.
A correspondent of tho London Echo, at
Versailles, says he saw six German officer*
ake more than one hundred and fifty-two
[lasses of beer at a sitting.
A man who was l.i si-lit up at ono of
ho London police office* for ass-aultiugand
loarly killing a woman, excutel himself
>y saying tutu, nut..vu o s.i n was wife.
William A Anderson-Rockbridge, Uatb and
W. I. "Austin—Lunenburg and Brunswick
Roberts Beazley—Albemarle and Greene.
Charles Campbell— Richmond City and lien-
David G Carr—Greensville, Dinwiddle «nd
Alfred R Courtney—Richmond City and
Alexander M Davis—Grayson, Carroll and
Thomas P Fitzpatrick—Xelson and Amherst
James M French—Pnlsiski, Bland, Tazewell
Roscoe G Greene—City of Petersburg.
James S Grecver—Washington and StnTthe.
Daniel A Grimsley—Orange, Culpepor and
John T namlett—Charlotte and Prince Ed
Marcus A Harris—Halifax.
Charles Herndon—Stafford, Spotsylvania
Abel T Johnson —Accomac and Northarop
George n Kendrick—Lee, Scott, Wiso and
■mas N Latham—Fauquier, Rappahan
ind Prince William.
)rt P Lathrop—Mecklenburg.
Meriwether Lewis—King George, West-
Eoreland, Richmond, Northumberland and
Isaiah L Lyons—Surry, York, Warwick and
William T Martin—Chesterfield and Prince
Edmund W Massey— Caroline, Essex and
William P Moscley—Fluvanna, Goochland
Frank Moss—Buckingham and Appomattox.
Robert L Owen—Campbell.
James Patterson—Franklin and Henry.
Edmund Pendleton—Botetourt, Roanoke,
] William X Perrin—Gloucester, Middlesex,
Matthews and King and Queen.
1 John E Perm—Montgomery, Floyd and Pat
i Washington L Riddick—Nansemond, South
ampton and Isle of Wight.
John Robinson—Cumberland, Amelia and
| John E Roller—Page, Warren and Rocking-
J Ambler Smith—Hanover, New Kent,
Cbarle* City and James City.
Normand Smith—Richmond City and Hen
William B Smith—Frederick, Clarko and
Edgar Snowden, Jr—Alexandria, Fairfax
Thomas E Taylor—Alexandria, Fairfax and
Walter H Taylor—Norfolk City and Prin
cess Anne county.
George Teamoh—Norfolk County and City
William R Terry—Bedford.
Joseph A Waddell—Highland and Augusta.
Member* or the House of Delegates
and tUetr PoatofHce*.
7. Turner, Speaker—Woodville.
J 801 l Bigger, Clerk—Richmond.
C T Crittenden, Bergeant-at-Arms—Culf eper.
Accomac—Edmund R Bagwell, Onancock ; John
R Read, Pnngoteague
Albemarle—S V S.,utliall, Charlottesville; J C
Hill, Scottsvillo ; James D Jones, Charlottesville.
Alexandria —si L Sesiton, Alexandria; Reuben
Amelia —John R Moss, Amelia C 11.
Amherst—Hazael Williams, Salt Creek; J ii
Haaeie, Amherst C 11.
Appomattox—U B Poore, Appomattox 0 11.
Alleghany and Craig—lt 1. Woodson, Now Otißtle.
Augusta—ll M Bell, Staunton; A B Cochran, do
Marshall Hanger, do.
Bath and Highland—J R Popliam, Warm Springs,
Bedford il II Moulton, Davis Mills; .1 ltTlius iiiui.
Liberty ; J. O. Hensley, do.
Bland —Addison Davis, Meohanicabssrg.
Botetourt—£ary Breckinridge, Fincnstle.
Brunswick —John Dugger, Charliehope.
Uuckingliam—J H Noble, Buckingham C HJ;
Csesiir Perkins, do.
IStu h ii.-ii and Wise—J T Chase, Pound flap.
Csimpl.oll—lt A Milrroll, Campbell C II ; J W
' Daniol, Lynchburg ; It C llsirkholder, do.
Carroll— ¥ W Lindsey, Hillsvillo.
Caroline-R O Peatross, Panola; J II Hudgin,
Charles City—ll 0 W Jones, Wilcox Wharf.
Charlotte—o W Graham, Keynvi'lo; WII Rags,
Chesterfield and Powhatan —8 F Msiddox, Cheslor
B T fidwarda, Manchester ; Henry Cox, Powhatan
Cumberland—.lnmes Lipscomb, Farmville.
Culpeper—J It Strother, Culpeper C 11.
Clarke—W W Arnctt, Berryville.
Dinwiddio—Ellis Wilson, Ilinwiddie 0 U.
Blizabeth City and Warwick—William Bnrtlett
Hampton ; D 1! White, do.
Essex—W R Wentworth, Tappahannoek.
Fauquier—A Glasscock, Rector Station; F L Mar
all, Piedmont Station.
Fairfax—lob Hawxhursf, Fairfax C 11.
Floyd—George Young, Floyd C 11.
Franklin— B N Hatcher, Hales Foul ; Francis 8
nutclierson, Rocky Mount.
Fluvanna —John Hemsoq, Fork Union.
Frederick—John F Wall, Winchester.
Giles—F W Mahood, Poarisburg.
Gooch'and—J B Miller, Jr, Dover Mines.
Greenesville —P X Jones, Hicksford.
Greene—Thos M Shearman, Stanarslsvflle.
Gloucester —J N Stubbs, Gloucester 0 H.
Grayson—L II Bryant—lndependence.
Halifax—Alexander Owen, Black Walnut; I Ed
mnndson, Halifax 0 H; W W Wood, do.
Hanover—W R Winn, Ashland; C X Thompson l
Henrico aud City of Richmond—V B-jdeker, Rich
mond city ; John H Guy, do ; L H Frayser, do ;Wm
Lovenstoin, do; Geo X Gilmer, do; Stephen Mason
do; J S Atlee, Henrico ;J B Crenshaw, do.
Henry—C V Thomas, Martinsvillo
Isle of Wight—John W Lawaon, Smitlifleld.
James City and City ot Williamsburg—F 8 Norton
King and Queen —J W Batman, Little Plymouth
King William—B F Jones, Ayletts.
King George—W A Potts, King 4 Georgo C 11.
Lancaster—John ,S Cliewuiug, Lancaster C H.
J,ee—Wm McDonald, Beech Spring.
Louisa —X M Perkins, TrevilliHu'a Depot; BMc
Crackoti, Louisa tl 11.
Lunenburg— Stith Boiling, New Plymouth.
Loudoun—l D Build, Middleburg ; William Mat
th w, Hillsburo.
Matthews—Henry Bell, Matthews C 11.
Madison—J W Walker, Jr, Orange C 11.
Mecklenburg—George W Young, Clarkesvllle
Ross Hamilton, lii.yi! mi.
Middlosex —L C Bristow, SsJuila.
Montgomery—H A Miller, Cliristijiusburg.
Nansornono—David 'Jshayer, Suffolk.
Now Kent—W II Ut-isby, Tunstalrs Hhilinn.
Norfolk City—H M Bowden, Norfolk city ;A 8
Norfolk Cossuty and City of Portsiuouth —H
Ilolloman, Portsmouth; A L Woodworth, do ; C
Hodges, Lake Drumniond.
Ne'loon—W L Williams, Alton Depot.'
Nottowav —George II Southsill, Nottoway C 11.
Northampton—J C Toy, .iohnsontown.
Noithu.iberland — B G Huvnie, lleathsvillo.
Orange—David Punnill, Raccoon Ford.
Patrick—W F B Taylor, Msunavil'e.
Pago—Henry M Kejser. Alma.
Pittsylvania—M 11 Cla.k, lanville; W J Fulton
Whiltiiell; Walter Coles, Pittsylvania C Hi T 1
Gosnoy, Hill Grove.
Petersburg-Peter G Morgan, Petersburg ; Goorg
Pi-iuce Kdwarsl —T P Jackson, Farmvillo.
Princo Geoige—A N Fretz, City Poitit.
Prince William—W A Bryant, Nokoaville.
PuU-kl—W J W .11, Newborn.
Princess Aune —John 14 Hodges, Princess Ann
Rappahannock—Zs.ph Turner, Woodville.
Richmond —L R Stewart, Warsaw.
Rockingham—Philo Bradley, Harrisonburg; H
Harnsberger, Port Republic.
Rockbridge—James T ration, Fairlinld; Arch'
Ilounoke—J A McCatill, Salem.
BamU— i H A Smith, Übauoa.
Sbenaneoah—J I. Campbell, Woodslock,
Smyth— Jas L Buchanan, Chatham Hill.
j Southampton—R U Burg***, Barlia.
Scott—J H Uortou, Patlonsvillo.
I Surry—W It Andrews, Surry CU.
j Stafford—J 0 Sheltou, Fredericksburg.
Bussex—W N Stevens, Stony Creek.
SuoUylvania— J H Kelly, Fredericksburg.
Ta.s-.well—Henry Bowden, Knob.
WMln.igton—George flraham, Abingdon; Ji.hu F
Terry, Br atol.
VYarrar.—Smith. 8. Turner, Fiont Royal.
Westl.iorcl.u.d —George Wll t i-r, Ulilhmii's CnM-
W'ytt.o—Jo* J Graham, Max Meadows.
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented b) thy lion. John 0, Underwood, Judge
of said District Court, iv Bankruptcy, Lty John P.
Barksda'o, assignee of tbe estate ol the said bank
rupt, to sell tha real estate belonging to suid bank
rupt, free from all lif.ns and eneuu brarces tberoon.
This is to gire notice to all penona interested, that
in terms oi" said pttitjuu m, order baa beeu issued
for all persona who in i>- I.n ioU«.t)-ited in eald e.Ui
to appear before .b_.hu W, Cut-in, Itegiater, at hia
office, in thw.town of Danville, on the Ut day of
February, IS7I at Hi 0V:... k A. M, and thaw causo,
if any they have, why auoh oni.r ah<<ubl ts
UUf S P.M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4.15T0, UN train* of
iii - Pennsylvania Central Railroad lonvo (be Depot,
at Thirty-first and Market streot*. which la reached
diieetly by tho Market street nun, tho lust cur con
-.■.; v*ith each train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes before its departure. Ihe
Chestnut and Walnut t-lreet cars run within one
square of the D. put.
bleeping Car Tickets can he had on application at
the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and
Chestnut streets, and at tho Depot.
Agent* ol the Union Transfer Company will call for
■nd deHvfjr baggage at the Depot. Orders left at No,
2"l Chesfnut iitr.u t or 116 Market street, will receive
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ:
Pittsburg Kxprosn 1-:11"A. M. |
Lock Haven aud Elmira Express 9:40 "
Paoli Accom 10:10 A. M. nnd l:10and 7.10 P.M. |
Flint Line 12:40 "
Erie Express 12 40 "
Hariisburg AccomraodAtion 2:60 "
Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 "
Parkersburg Train 6:60 "
Cincinnati Erpress 8:00 "
File Mail and Buffalo Express 9:50 "
Pacific Express 10:00 "
Way Passenger 10:30 •«
Erie Mail leaves daily, running on (Saturday night
in \. iilifinin|iort only. On Sunday night pansengcra
will loavo Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati and Pacific Express loaves daily. All
ntht r trains daily, except Sunday.
Tbe Western Accommodation Train runs daily,ex-
I ft'i't Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro
- cured, and baggage delivered by 5 P. M., at 116 Mar
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
jM ; artives at Paoli at MO A. M. Sunday Train No.
2 leaves Philadelphia at 6:40 P.M.; arrives at Paoli
Sunday Train No. I leaves Paoli nt- 6:60 A. M.; ar
rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Snnduy Train
Ne 2 leaves Paoli at WW P. M ; arrives at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M. '
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Express 3:10 A.M.
Philadelphia Express 7:00 "
Paoli Accom S:20"A". M., 3:50 and G. 40 P. M.
Parkerabnrg Train 9:00 A.M.
!■'.'.-t Line, Buffalo Express 9:50 *• \
Lancaator Train VNOO noun.
Kiie Express _... 5:45 P. M. I
I. k Haven and Klujj,» Express 0:45 " j
Pacific Express '■'■'-■< " \
Southern Express 6:4u "
llurri»oubnrg Accommodation 0:40 "
For further information, apply to \
JOHN F.VANLEER,.Ir., j
I < Ticket Agent, 001 Cheßtnnt street, j
| Ticket Agent, 116 Market street.
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
i Ticket A gent at tbe depot.
j Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not aa- I
sumo auy rink for baggage, except for wearing ap* j
p.lie!, and limit their n'ripousihility t> one hundred I
dollars in value. All baggage exceeding that amount
in value will be at tho of theonner, unless taken I
by special contract. A. J. CASSAT,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
rpfifl BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and aftor Sunday. 12th Juno, 1870, THREE
DAILY TRAINS will be run botween Baltimore and
I Wheeling aud Pat korshurg, as follows :
Tbe MAIL TRAIN, for all way points, cast of
, Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sua*
days)atß;oo A. M.; returning will arrive at Baltl
Tho 8 A. M. Train connects with Stroshurg aud 1
Ilarrlsonbnrg via Manassas Gap Railroad.
The IAST LINK will leave dally at 4 P. M.; re
turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
! Tbe CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore
daily at 8:45 P. M; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 8:50 P. M.
The WINCHESTER AND SHUSBURG ACOMMO
i DATION TRAIN will lcavo Baltimore daily (except
j Sundays) at 4:05 P. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40
The MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
, will leave daily (except Sundays) at 5:00 P. M.; re-
I turning, will leave Mount Airy at 6:16 A. M , and
arrive at Raltimoie at 8: 0 A. Si.
The ELLICOTI'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20
j P. M. daily (except Sundays); returning, will arrive
at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M.
FOR IIAGERSTOWN AND FREDERICK.
Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and4:os p. m ; returning, I
a ill arrive at 8:20 aud 10:40 a. m. aud 5:05 p. in.
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. j
j Leave Baltimore at 8.00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; re
turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. in. and 5:05 p. in.
| FOR WASHINGTON.
i Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a.
1 oi., and 2, 3:50, 4:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Trains leave at 6:45, 8:00 aud 9:25 a. m. and 12:15,
ISO, 4:10, 5:40, 7:15 and 9 p. m.
] FOR ANNAPOLIS.
j Leave Baltimore at 7 and 11130 a. m. au<? 445 p.m.; \
leave Washington at 6:45 and 9:25 a. m.and 4:10 p.m ',
SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION. |
Leave Baltimore ut 4:20, 5:08 and 8:10 a. m.and
■V.Vo and 8:00 p. in.
Leave Washington at 7:2-) n. m. and 2:50, 5:40, 7:45
and 9 p. m.
Tickets can bd purchased at the Office, No. 149
Weat Baltimore street, corner of Calvert, where
orders can be loft for baggago to be called for, and
which will bo checked at poraun'a residence.
For further information, Tickets of every kind, ]
Ac, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station, ■
orattbe Ticket Othco. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Tranaportation.
General Ticket Agent.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
I WINTER TIME-TABLE.
Ou und after MONDAY, December 5, 1870, the
traiui on the I'hiladelphia and Erie Railroad will
run us follows:
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia 9.40 P.M.
" " " Willlamsport 7.25 A. M.
h .< arrive at Erie 7.40 P.M.
j Krle Express I nave a Philadelphia. 12.40 P. M.
" " " Willlamsport 8.60 P. X.
" " arrivo at Erie. 7.40 A.M.
Umiia Mail leaves Philadelphia Q.'.M) A.M.
** " " Williamsport C.3:> P. M.
** " arrive at Lock Haven.: 7.60 P. M.
Kftfl Train leaver Erie 9.00 A.M.
j H *' " Williamsport 10 05 P.M.
i " M arrive at Philadelphia. 660 A.M.
Erie Express leaves Frie 9.00 P. M.
" " " Williameport 8.25 A. M.
j " " arrive at Philadelphia 5.30 P.M
Elmira Mail loaves Look Haven B.IJO A.M.
" " " V\ iiliamsport 925 A.M.
| M " nriive nt Philadelphia. f>.Bo P. M.
Buffalu Express leaves Williamsport 12 35 A.M.
1 « " " Milton 1.60 A.M.
■J " arrive at Philadelphia,.... 940 A.M.
Express, Mail und Accommodation, <-u.it and weat,
! connect at Corry,aud all wotit bound train* and Matt
j and Accommodation <■. i-■,: at Irviugton with Oil Creek
and Alleghany River Railroad.
! WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
| General Superintendent.
-e+TOKTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
j Tim SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and
Wyoming Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, .Southern
aud Interior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Roch
eater, the Gieat Lakes and the Dominion of Canada.
Takes effect November 21,1870.
fifteen Daily Trains leaves Depot, corn-
MT Beiks and American streets, (Sundays excepted)
I as followa:
7:00 a. in. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. in. (Express) for Bethlehem, Allentown,
I Munch Chunk. VVilkesbarre, Malumoy City, Jl ■"!.■.
| i ■-.', Pittslon, TowaDdu, Waverlv, and Eliniia, and in
connection With tho ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
j Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland. Chicago, San
Fiandsco, und all points in tho Great West.
8:25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doyleatown.
0:45 a. m. (Express) for Buthldiem, Euston, Allen
town, Mahanoy City, Munch Chunk, Williamaport,
Wilkesburre, Pitlston, J'crautou, Hackottstown,
(Schooloy's Mountain], and N. J. Central and Morris
and fcnitT Railroads.
HrfW a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1:16, 5:20 and 8:15 p. vi. for Abingt n.
l:4fi p. m. (Kxpress) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mauch Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkeabarre,
Pittatou and Hay.loton.
2:80 p. in. (Accoimnotlulmu) for Doylostown.
At 3:20 p. in (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Beth
lehem, Euton, Allentown, Coplay and Mauch Chunk.
4:15 p. in. (Mail) for Doyleatown.
1 5:00 p. in. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown,
6:20 p. in. (Accommodation) for Lausdale.
11:30 p. in. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
The Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street
and Union Lines City Curs run to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:65,10:35 a. in.; 2:15, 6:05 and 8:25
Doylestewn at 8:30 a. m., 4:40 and f.:35 p. m.
LauaJale at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Washington at 9:20, ll:20Ja. m , and 3:10 p. m.
A hington at 2:35, 6:66 and 9:35 p. m.
Philadelphia fur Bethlehem at 0:80 a m
Philadelphia tor Doylestonn at 2.00 p. in.
Doyleatown lor Philadelphia at 7:00 v. iv.
It.thli hi-Mi tor Philadelphia at 4:00 n. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to j.rin
po'uts, ut Mi-mi's North Pennsylvania Baggage
Board Hiirf Tuition per annum F220.
MKLLMUTU LADIES' COLLBOB,
limugnra'.'-d by H. R. 1L prince Arthur. Board and
Tuition peraiinum, $226.
Parsing -Tbo Very Rev. I. Ilellmntn, D.D.,
Dean of flu. i i.
-a\ ,lSH J ' i ' Jn '
Between Ninth and tenth streets
The Proprietor returns acknowledgments for the very liberal patronage he has
received during the past two years, and informs all who
arc in need of any description of
P Li IN T ING,
And desire that it shall be executed in a manner alike creditable to TIIKM-
enviable reputation so long enjoyed for turning cut.
At prices as reasonable as it can be produced by any office in the country.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLYGOING ON,
In the way of every appliance necessary for the filling, in a satisfactory wanner,
of all orders for work in the line.
Is an established rule, and will not be deviated from in any case. Patrons will
not fail to appreciate the advantages of this important feature.
Careful and competent attention is given to
Embracing work in Colors, Tints, Gold, Silver, &c. In this department we
claim to excel, and will be pleased to exhibit our HANDSOME
SPECIMENS as evidence of what we assert.
Knable us to compete successfully with tlie best appointed establishments in
the country, and no effort will be spared to make it the interest, as well
as tbe pleasure of the public to leave their orders at the
STATE JOUR NA I
STEAM JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
No. 912J MAIN STREET.
Our advantages in
And SUPERIOR SKILL,
On and after BONDAY, December 4,1870, Traint i
will leavo as follows:
! 8:30 a. ut —Mai! daily (except the Wost I
and North to Buffalo aud Niagara Faila.
13 4o p. m.— Faat Line daily (except Sundays) for tho
West and North to Williamsport.
7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West.
10:20 p. m — Daily for the West. North to Buffalo,
Rochester. Niagara Folia and tho Canadas,
Trains for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 a. m. an-1
Trains for Gettysburg at 8.30 a. in. and 12:40 p. m.
| .Trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p. m.
i Train* f ur Curnl oi l.ml Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. aud
1 ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
Fer York daily (except Sundays)—3:3o p m,
For Purkton daily (except Sundays)- 5:30 p m.
i TRAINS AKRIVRIM BALTIMORE.
From tho West and North—2:3o and 9-1& IH, ISM,
2:45 and 6:15 p m.
York Accommodation—lo:ls a in.
For tickets to all points North and West, apply at
Calvert Station and at Ho 0 North Calvert afreet.
ED. 8. YOUNO,
j General Passenger Agent.
ALFRED R. FIBRE,
I>HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI-
X MORR RAILROAD.
Commencing MONDAY, November, SI, 1?70. Pas
senger Traius will leavo President Bttoot Depot aa
j Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stationt
at 7:25 a. i.i.
I Express Train for Philadelphia und Now York at
9:35 a in.
Express Traiu for Philadelphia fend Nt-w York at
2:40 p. m.
! Accommodation Train for Port Deposit Inter
mediate Stations at 5 p. in.
| Kxpress Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. in.
Kxprtßsa Train for New York at 10:40 p. va.
I SUNDAY TRAINS.
i For Philadelphia at 7:25 p.m. For Now York at
i 7:25 a. in. Train connects" at New Castle Junction
with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and
at Perryville Tor all Stations ou Philadelphia and
Baltimore Central Railroad.
I 0:25 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit.
1 2:40 p. m. Train at Perryvillo for all Stations m
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at
Wilmington for Statione on Delaware Railroad be
tween Wilmington and Harrington.
Through Tickets may bo procured either at Presi
dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 117 Balti
Becnred Heats in tho reclining back car and boitba
I or state rooms in sleeping cars procured at BaJtl
] more street office daring tbe day. On application at
j 147 Baltimore street tho Union Transfer Company
will call for and check baggage at privatea residences,
thus avoiding the confusion attending the earno at
tho depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
QHILA i)KLI»HITTWLMINQTON AND~BALTI
r MORE RAILROAD.
i Commencing Monday, November 21, 1?70, trains
1 will leavo Depot, corner Broad streot and Washing-
I ton avenue, aa follows :
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepted), |
I for Baltimore, stopping at all regular statlona.
Connoctiug at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad I
Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and
Marylandand Delaware Railroad, at Harrington v..Ui
Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at Sealora with
Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar with
Eastern Shore Railroad, and ot Salisbury with Wi- I
comico and Pocomoke Railroad.
! Express Train at 11:45 a m. (Sundaya rxcepted),
| for Baltimore and Washington, etoppinc at Wilming-
I ton, Perryville nnd Havre de Grace. Connecta at
I Wilmington with train for Now Castle. |
j Express Train at 4:00 p. m.. (Sunday b excepted), for
( Baltimoro and Washington, stopping at Chester,
I Thurlow, Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport,
I Stanton, NewarU, Elkton, North-Fast, Charleßtown,
I Perryv'lle, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
1 Edgewooi, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run.
Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), for Baltimoro
I and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thnrlow, Li n-
I wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
I North East, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Ferryman's
I and Magnolia.
i Passengers for Fortress Monroe and N.rfolk will
I take the 11:45 a. m. train.
I stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m , 2:30, 5 and 7p. in.
j The 6p. in.strain connects with Delaware Railroad j
for Harrington and intermediate stations.
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a. in., 2, 4 and
I 7:16 p. m. Tho 8:10 a. m. tiain will not stop between
Chester and Philadelphia.
Tbe 7:15 p.m. train from Wilmington runs dail?.
I All other Accommodation Trains Hnxdays excepted.
Trains loaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p. m., will
I connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7 a in. and
I 4:30 p. m. tr;iins for Baltimore Central Railroad.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a. m., Way-mail. 0:35 a.
in., Express. tf:3s p. m., Express. 7:25 p. m., Ex
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p. m., stopping at Magno
lia, Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havro de Grace, Perry
ville, Cbarlestown, North-East, Elkton, Newark.
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood
Through tickets to all points west, south, south
west, may be procured at Ticket Ollieo, 828 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, where alfto state
rooms and berths in sleeping cars can be secured
during tho day. Persons purchasing tickets at this
office tan havo bagtrago checked at their residence*by
Post Orncx DrpAß»artKT,l
Washington, January 5, 1871. J
PROPOSALS will be received at the Contrary Office
of this Department until 3 o'clock p. m. of MARCH
1,1871, (to be decided by the 30th), for carrying tbe
maita of the United States from July Ist, 1871, to
Jane 30th, 1875, on the following route in tho State
of Virginia, and by the schedule of departures and
arrivals herein specified, Tin.:
No. 4700—From Hickaford, by Pleasant Shade, Law
j renceville. Charlie Hope, Whito Plains, !
; Gbolaonville, Powelltou, Pleasant Oaks
a.ni Ry land's Depot, to Hicktford, etjual
to 33 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Hlcksford Wednesday and Saturday
at 9 a. m.;
I Arrive at liicksfotd Thursday and Monday
| by 8 p. m.
j For forms of proposal, guarantee, and certificate,
and also for instructioas as to coi-ditiona to ba em
braced in tho contract, <tc, coo advertisement of Sep
tember 30th, 1870, inviting proposals for mail service
in Virginia, to bo found at the principal post-ofllco3.
Bids should be sent in sealed envelopes, supt r
scrlbed, "Mail proposals, State of Virginia," and ad
dressed to tho Second Assistant Postmaster General.
J a 9 —M6w Postmaster General.
rpO BRIDGE-BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.—
J SEALED PROPOSALS will be received until
12 o'clock M., March 1,1871, to BUILD A BIUiKIK
AORUHS JAMES RIVKR between Richmond and
Manchester, Va. Bicia are requested on three kinds
l>t. A series of aiches to be built of James river
2d. A series of arches, to bo built of mixed ma
sonry—granite and brick.
3d. An iron superstructure, on granite piers.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids if not sat
I For further Information, apply to tbe undersigned.
| JOHN G. CLARK ti. Civil Engineer,
I No. 818 Twelfth street,
ja ii-'.—Mtd Richmond Va.__
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIJE
JL United States, for the District of Virginia.
j iv tho matter of Abfltta Miller, bankrupt—in
S To Whom it TShty Concern :—Tho undersigned,
G. L. Christian, ol Richmond* city, Virginia, hert
by gives notice ut his appointment as assignee of tbe
estate of Abram Miller,of Petersburg city, in *aid
district, who ha:, heretofore beep adjudged a hank
rupt by tbe Distriot Court of said district.
i "Dated Richmond, December 9th, 1870.
I de 10-l"-3w Assignee.
TN THE DIWiIUCJJ COUHT OF Till, UNITED
1 STATES fo. I of Virginia.
In the M*tt«i &i i. D. Shepherd, bankrupt—in
The undent torg m, of Berry ville.Clarko
coy, Va., ,■#■;. >■. a< > Bfftwe of bis appointment
as assignee t-f the -t....e of P. D. Shepherd, of Clarke
county, in said Jioi.ict, who has heretofore laen
adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition, by the
District Court ot aaid District
Dated Deem! r 9th IS7O.
da 10—S3>\ vV. q MORGAN, Assignee.
fN TUX ftlSiUiCl' OOUBZ Off THAI UNATKD
L STATES for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter of John D Richardson, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concera :—The undersigned,
John M Bouldln, of Charlotte C n, Virginia, hereby
gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of the es
tate of John D Richardson, of Keysville, in tho
county of Charlotte, in said district, who was, on ihe
10th day of D(Ctn?'ier,lß7o,a«uud",ed ah.. Knij t a j
tho petition of himself by tbe District Court of said
Dated at Charlotte C IT, Va, tho 3etb day of Jann I
ary,lß7l. JOHN M EOULDIN,
ja 28—83w Assignee of John D Richardson.
TN tho District Court of the United States for tho
. District of Virginia.
£■ the matter of A. L. Burrell, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern:—Tbe undcraigued,
J, P. Barksdale, of Patrick couuty, Virgin's, In reby
gives notice of his. appointment as ■ktaignea of tho
eetate of A. L. Burreil, of Franklin county, Virginia,
in said district, who has h> retofbri been adjudged a
bankrupt, en hii awi petition by the District court
of said district
j*ltt—W3w J. P. BARKSDALi: U
/\LO FAPKKS, (uncut),
| U for Sale »t JODINAL OFFIOI, j
IV CHANGE OF I.CUEUULE.—On and after JAN
UAR\ 22, 187J,
Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) leave t Hi. b
daily (except Sundays) at. 4A. M.; leaves Danville at
11:12 A.M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1:42 P.M.
Train No. ."> (Lytiihiui' *g P—eager) l"i.\ifi Rich
mond daily at 9:15 A.M.: arrives at Lynchburg at
6 P. M.
Train No. 5 (Through Mail and Express) ]leave
Richmond dally at 2:40 P. M.; leavo Danville daily
lat 10:83 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro 1 at 1:06 A.M.
Train No. 0 (Through Mail and Fx ureas) leave
j Breanboro' daily at 2A. M.; Leave Danville daily at
A.M.; arrive at Richmond daily at 12:38 P. M-
Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens
boro' daily (exrrpt 1-nnduys) at 11 A. "M. ; leave
Danville ut l.:if> P. M.; arrive at Richmond at 1:10 P
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Paieenger) leaves fsnen
burg daily at 8:96 A. M; leavej BnrkevilleaJ 1 P
M.; arrives at Richmond at 4:05 P. M.
Tralna Noi. 1 aud ft connect ht Qreeneboro' with
Trains on North Oirollon Railroad (or nil point-
Train No. .'J conneetl at Burkeville with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for nil points
S nthwest and
THROUGH BLEEPING CARS, wilbout change
between Richmond and Chai lotto, N C, arc attache I
to Trains No. 6, and 6.
THROUGH TICKETS to nil Mints South end
Southwest ran be procured at the ticket office in
JNO. R. MACMURDO,
fe*. Geneiul Freight and Ticket Agent.
I SCHEDULE OP TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINK
RICnMONP.FftEnKRICKHSURG AND POTOMAC
TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST. AND NORTH
Train No. I*— Through Mail Train, via, Wash
ington, leaves Depot, corner of Byrrt and Eighth
atri-ets, daily at IsH P. U.| anivet iv Ricbuiond
I daily at 2:20 P. M.
Train Ro. 3-—Through Mall Train, via. I
ingbin, leaves tho Depot, corner of Byrd nnd Eighth
streets, daily (Sundays excepted) at B:4*» P.M.; ur
rives in Richmond (Mondays excepted) at &8Q A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAGE
Checks to all tho principal points in tbo IW.rth, Ea-t,
PRMGIIT TRAINS will leavo Richmond on
WEDNESDAYS, and SATURDAYS.
The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond
and Milford, will run daily tSundayH excepted),
having the depot, corner of Broao and Eighth streete,
r.t 4:30 P. M,, and arriving in Richmond at 8:80 A M
Anniv at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of iimad
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
. MrtuK, General Superintendent, fe Ll—if
RICHMOND AND YoBK Kivxa Railuoad, i
Buperintkndbnt'b orrust, >
Richmond, Va„ Dec. 10, LS7O.J
CD AFRER MONOAY, December 1», WTO,
IRAINS on this road will bo run as follows:
.NGER TRAIN-GOING EAST—Leaver
d (iaily (Sunday excepted) at 1:15 P. M., ar
est Point at ;i M.
1 WEST—Leave West Point diily (Sunday
)at 9:00 A. M , arrive at Richmond at IftSi
connect at West Point on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday with STEAMERS lor river laud
FKKIQ Hi 1 TRAIN, with Paswngor Car attached,
leave Richmond on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 4 o'clock A. M., arrive at Weft Point at 7:40
Leavo West Point at 1 P. BI.; arrivo in RUnMO* •
at 5:16 P. M.
THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and all polttta
North aud West roceived daily, nnd forwarded
promptly to destination. Through Bills of Lading
given to all points North end "West.
U. T. DOUGLAS,
de 22—tf Superintendent.
IBAPKAKK AND OHIO RAILROAD.
r.d after MONDAY, Decembei sth, 1370, the
NGKR TRAINS will run 01 follows:
b TRAIN will ran DAILY botw eon Richmond
.unton (except Sunday, between Gouhuisville
and Stauuton). Leave Richmond ut 8 A. M., and ar
•rive at Staunton at 4:28 P.M. Leave Staunton at
8:59 A. M., aud arrive at Richmond at 4:00 P. M.
making close connections at Gordonuville aud Char
lottesvllle with Orange, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti
I more, Philadelphia, New York, Bontou, &c; aim*
fur Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis
New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, &.;. This trui
will run TRI-WEEKLY between gtanntcn an
Whito Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, nnd
SATURDAY, viz: Leave Whito Sulphur at 3.10 A. M.
end arrive at Staunton at fc£9 A. M.; leave Stauutoi
at 4103 P. M., and arrive at Whito Sulphur at 10 P. M
Going West, passengers dino at Gordonsville am
sup at Covington. Going Hast,breakJfcetat Stauutoi
and dine at Gordousville.
Thin train counecta with itkgei as follows :
At Staunton for Loxiugton, Natural Bridge am
At Mlllboro' for Jbith Alum Iprlfiga, 10 mitos; and
Warm Springs, 16 miles.
At While Sulphnr Springs for Lewtabwro, 1* miles
and Charleston, 100 luilcs.
TIIROOGH TICKJBISUaned to all points North.
West, and Bottthweet.
no .10 Gesteral Ticket Agent.
7/OR NEW YORK —OLD DOM I«-
J? ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The aplendid now aide-wheel Steam
ships ISAAC BELL.
SARATOGA, HATTERAS, and NIAGARA ieav
New York for Norfolk, City Point and Kichruom
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY ard SATURDAY, a
1 o'clock P. M
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, TBIDAT au
SUNDAY at high tide.
Theuo ships aro entirely new, and were be lit ex
pressly for this route.
They havo splendid saloons and state-rooms,
tho accommodation* and attoutlon are unsuri
Goods shipped by tail line aro lauded regularly
New York, on the Company's covered pier, 37 Nort
River, within-toi tv-oight hours.
INSURANCE KPPECTKD W HEN ORDERED, AT
QU AKTER OF OiN CENT. AT TUB
OFFICES OF THIS COMPANY.
freights for points beyond New York.forwarde
with dispatch, and no charge made, except actus
further Information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
Jy 6—l« No. 3, QoverßOT St,
1 VIRKOT PASSENGER ROUTE BET WEE
\J RICHMOND AND THE BOOTH, SOUTi
WEST AND NOHTHWMBT, VIA THK VIKGINI
AND TENNESSEE AIIt-LINK RAILWAY.
Thin Great Pejuenger Route is composed of
Richmond and banvillcruilroad, Virgiuiaand Tennen
see Consolidated Ra,H\v:ty Line, East Tcnueaiiee au
Virginia railroad, Cast Tejuießfoe aud Georgia raj
ro<»d, NaahviUe and Chattanoojfa railroad, Bfenrnh
and Charleston railroad and ut her connections.
Passenger traiu« have Richmond daily (Sunday
excepted] at 0.15 A, M., makinf close connection
throughout to Lyurfchurg and atatfons on Southaif
railroad, Bristol and stations ou the Virginia at
Touuossee railroad, KooxviUe, Deoalur. Oorlntl
Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chat tan. oo
ga, Canton, Jackson, vickebarf, Mobile, Daltoo, A
lanta, Rome, Setiua, KUooo,Columbus aud all polo
South and Sou Lb went, Nanhville, Coluutbna, Gbicag
Louisville, Jackson, Tennecseo, Cairo, Ht. Louis an
all points North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through,
New and elegant sleeping earn on all night trail**.
Good eating bouaea, and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
For farther Information, apply at the office of tl
Virginia and Tennessee Air-Liuo Railway, 1320 11a
or at tho ofiice of the Richmond and Danvll
railroad. R. ¥. WALKER,
ALBXAMDBIA, LOUDOUN ' ANT
yOMMKR AKltANUL'Ml.rs'l' BnUNHUia
TWO TUAINB UAII.Y (KXCEPT BIiNHAVI BI
TWKKN ALKXANDIIIA ANU BMXWtOk.
Leav. Alexandria at BA. M. and &V. h\. laai
Hamilton at &A. M. anil 11-30 A. M. i.iiavis Ts-.
«t 6:U6 A. M. and 12:15 P. M.
The BA. M. train from Alrxnndria aud 11.HO A. M
train fn-ni Hamilton tsoimeist with Kesun'a lluil
Line of Coache* for l'iirct'll\illo,Botokersrfil*. Be
ryvilln, and Wlnciior.ttr; alao, wUliKftaimn-'d I,in*
Coaches, which leaver 1.,-eisiuirir dally tin- liSall's Mii
Aldie, aud Middlotiii.;.-. On ar.is alter Judo, twens
itages will run daily to Capon R)>rlngs.
All trains arrive at Aloiauilrisi .it convenii-at honr.
forcouncctloni" with Wo.-i!-,i»eto.-. usl Balttmcir. th
Ijeosslmrg.. E- (t» f'J
Clark'a Uap a£s Ball* Mill 2 2
Hamilton 2 25 Aldie a 7
Porcistlvilln 276 Mldill«.t.nrg.„. 8 2o
Berryvllle- 8 SO
Goods; per New York, Ptsitads.lj.uia, or Ttaltimoi
.tftamers, Railroad or ntpraßS, to care tt. 11. Haven
ncr, General Agent at Aloxa&dria, will be forward*
ovor tho road free of charge for commission.
Commutation ticket* between Alexandria aai
Hamilton, and all intermediate stations, at low rat
Hound trip ticket*, good only for day of issue, bo
tween Alexandria and Hamilton, and between tl.oa
and Intermediate points, at reduced n tea.
Je 11 ly General Burerintendent.
' It JCBTAUH.AN f »
ZKtSSS, HO. IT34.—TU.*M»*«rfer -Bpring~di'
has fairly set In, and all the froih li xuriin w'nii
LAMB, VKAL, BPBINO CHICKENS, PISA
* A BTRAWBRRRIKS, with the other rogula
dishes, and the excellent cooking, il shall go hard
the most fastidious guest is- not lseirtily satisfied
Then the BAR, with its
PURE I.IQUOIiS, MINKHAL VVATKRB,
a/.d tins excellent heverageH prepared by tho shtlfn
Bar-keeper, wind np an ent.rtaanm.BSi the style o
which le Inferior to none In this country, my 3—t*
f 1 O V KRN M KNT CLAIMS.—Any one having claim
I It .L.Mlt.st the United Buitnn w(ll find It to the!
.il-iantsge tss send a statement ol their case to
J. T. URKYT,
ottnaellor at La*, lolloito befsrs th* (out tl
OWaa. Be in B HrMt. W«hta»rto., B. a