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Mar. 11, 1871
sion, a contemporary asks, "Who is Dr.
Howe?" As no one ought to be ignorant
ef one so well deserving fame, we state
that he is ono of the noblest civilians of
our age or country. General Graut could
not have choseu a more capable or dis
interested man. Though now seventy
years old, he is still young, lie was born
in Boston, and educated as a surgeon. At
the early age of twenty-three, ho loft his
homo and joiued his fortunes to Greece,
theu struggling iv a death grapple with
tbe Turks. For three years he devoted all
his grant energies to this sacred cause, then
trembling in the balance. His pen turned
public sentiment from apathetic indiffer
ence to positive sympathy and aid, while
his heroic example and brilliant services as
a soldier inspired the poor Greeks with
hope. Lord Byron was his friend and
contemporary while there, and to this day
he thinks of Byron only as the ardent
young apostle of Greek liberty.
After tbo war closed, he returned to
this country and devoted himself to his
professional studies. His labors to per
fect modes of teaching tho blind and
deaf, and even idiots, have given him a
In 1848 he was in Europe, took
an active part in the revolutions there
and was imprisoned for awhile. In 1850
ho was ono of the most persistent and
efficient friends of Free Kansas. It was
our fortune to be associated with him on
the National Kansas committee, of which
tbe distinguished General Webster, late
chief of staff to General Sherman, was
chairman. We shall never forgot the
earnestness and zeal with which he
labored to push back the black wave of
slavery, then threatening to overflow the
whole valley of the Missouri. Returning
again to his quiet philanthropies he heard
the cry of liberty from Crete, and imme
diately raised means to load a ship with
supplies, and departed with it to relieve
the suffering people.
The wife of this distinguished man is
everyway his peer. Julia Word Howe
stauds pre-eminent among the noble
womeu of America.
Tho exquisite poem which we priut
below is based upon a fine incident in
,-. iirivvp's life which his frieud Whittier
«0, for a Knight like Bayard,
Without reproach or tear;
My light glove on his casque of steel,
My love-knot on his spear I
•'O, for the white plume lloating
Sad '/utphen's field above, —
The Lion heart in LatUe,
The woman's heart iv love!
"0, that man once more wore manly,
Woman's pride, and not her scorn ;
Ta*tonco more tho pale youag mother
Dared to boast, 'a man is bom 1 !
"But now, life's slumberous current,
No sun bowed cascade wakes;
No tall, heroic manhood
The level dullness Lreak j „
"0, (br a Knight like Bayard,
Without reproach or fear ;
My light glove on his casque cf steel,
My love-knot on bis spear 1"
Then I said, my owu heart throbbh g
To the time her proud pulse beat,
"Life hath its regal natures jet,—
True, tuudcr, brave and sweet!
"Smile not, lair uabelievor 1
Oi.u man at least I know.
Who might woar tho crest of Bayard,
Or Sidney's plume of snow.
"0 jco, when over purple mountaius
Died away the Grecian sao,
Aud the far Cylleniau rauges
Paled and darkened, one by one— \
"JfcU tbo Turk, a bolt of thunder
Cloaviu* all the quiet sky,
And against his sharp steel lightning
Stood the Lulioto but to die.
"W <«, for the weak aud halting !
Tho crescent blazed behind,
A onrvbaf line of sabros,
Like fire before tbe wind !
"Last to fly and first to rally
Rode he ot whom I *p«ak, |
Wnen groaning in his bridle-patb, :
Same down a wounded Greek. |
"With tho rich Albanian costume,
Wet with many a ghastly statu,
Gazing on earth and sky as ono
Who might not gaze again!
**Hj looked fir ward to the mountains |
Back on foes that never spare; I
Th >n flung him fiom his saddle '■
And placed the stranger there. J .)>_
"Arab! how, through flashing sabres,
Through a stormy hail of lead,
Tj a good Thossallan charger.
Uo the slope of Olives sped.
M H >t spurred the turbaned riders j
Ho almost felt their
Vfoere a mouutuiu stream rolled darkly down
Between the hills of death.
fOBB bravo and manful sti nggle—
He gained tbo Bolid laud,
And the covers of the mountains,
And the carbines of his band!
"it was very great and noble,''
I Paid the moist eyed listener then;
"But one bravo deed inakf>s no hero,
Toll what ho since hath been I"
"Still a brave and generous mat hood,
Still an honor without stain,
In the prison of tbe Kaiser
By tlio barricades of Seine.
".Jut dream not helm and harness
The sign of valor true;
Pnaee hath higher tests of manhood,
Thau battle tvsr knew.
« Would **t know him now? Behold him
Tfte Cadmus of the blind,
Giving the dumb lip language
The idiot clay a mind.
•Wilking his round of duty,
titreuely day by day,
W th the strong man's hand of It-bor
And childbood's.heart of play.
"Trie as the Knights of stoty,
Mir Lancelot aud his peers,
JJr.ve in his calm eudurance
As they in tilt of spears.
"As waves in stillest waters,
At stars in U'-uuday skies,
All that wakes to noble action
lv hid noon of calmness lie".
"Wherever outragod Nature
Asks word or actio*., brave,
Wherever struggles labor,
When vet groans a slavi —
*'Wherever rise the peosle,
Wherever sink a thtone,
The th robbing heart of Freedom fiuds
I a .'i' ■-. v i in h>s own.
Kht cf abetter em,
i! liiiii i rejiroacli or It-itr I
I not will iimt Buy mil
id Sidney Btill ur. here 1"
JCHK Q. WIIITTISi.
Charles Kidwell, while at work on a
school-house (in the farm of Mr. J. S. Ilar-
K a, Deai i 'ii.uiiilly, iv Fairfax county,
Monday U.t, was iontautly killed by a
ing limb bl..w.,.rum a tree near by.
Letter from Petersburg.
Petersburg, Va., March 10, 1871.
Tome Editor of the State Journal :
Yonr paper of yesterday brought the
glad tidiogs to our city that tho establish
ment of tbe State Journal was now
owned by a joint stock company,
composed of tbe best material of the
Republican party of this State, and that
there would be an entire new management
of the paper in the future We aro glad
to know that there !s to be so able a man
as Colonel Daniels at tho editorial head.
The Republicans of this city have not had
tbe pleasure of a personal acquaintance
with the Colonel, but know him by reputa
tion to be tho right man in tho right place.
We are preparing hero to carry tho city
at the next election ; but if wo fail all
hope for tbe city's prosperity in the future,
will be vain. The present common coun
cil of this city has squandered tbo money
of tbe people to so fearful an extent that
it has demoralized the Conservatives and
disgusted the Republicans. The police is
not what it should bo ; but thero is some
one at fault besides the council for that.
We bear a great deal said about the rail
road question now before tho Legislature,
and a great interest is felt by the people
here generally, as to what may be done.
The opposition felt by the people against
General Mabono's having the management
of the Richmond and JPetersburg road is
almost unanimous. They consider that-j
the railroad management in this State has |
approached nigh enough to a one-man j
power already. The great consolidated
line, called the Atlantic, Mississippi and
Ohio railroad, has failed to do for Peters
burg what was expected ; yet as General
Mahone has the management of it, wo hope
he will be allowed to run the same even at
the low salary he now receives.
Petersburg has a large amount invested
in the Petersburg and Weldon road, and
feels unwilling that General Mahone or
any one else should hem it in any more
than it is at present. As it is, tho Peters
burg and Weldon road has an outlet over
the Richmond and Petersburg road ; but j
go scon as the Atlantic, Mississippi and j
Ohio railroad king gets hold of the little |
road trom here to Richmond, the stock in
the Petersburg and Weldon road will go I
down to almost nothing, and Mr. Robinson
or General Mohone will gobble up that
also, aud nearly ruin our little Cockade
City and maDy of our most worthy
citizens, who are stockholders. Were
it not for the fact that we have a I
high opinion of the Legislature, and |
believe its members to bo men above price, |
we should feel disheartened to even
j know that such a monstrous proposition
may ever be entertained. What 1 sell the
State stock of the Richmond and Peters
burg road to tbe enemies of the Petersburg |
and Weldon road ? No, never, never I
Our City Council are selling building lots
off from the Poplar Lawn—the only park
now owned by the city. Some say that
they are Belling very cheap ; especially to
the poor, Well, $25,000 per annum it
enough to make any one poor. I don't
know how it is myself Over Here.
Let the Agriculturist* Organize.
Richmond, Va., March 10, 1871.
R Editor of the State Journal :
subject of effective organization
; agriculturists, mention of which
i Whig you comment upon in your
issue of this date, is, without question, of
grave importance ; so important that even
the most pronounced advocate of exclu
siveness (the favorite hobby of some of our
legislative elocutionists) will assent, in this
regard, to the maxim, fas est ab hoste do
ceri, and consent to receive a hint from the
The Central Chamber of Agriculture,
established in Great Britain, in asssociation
with Provincial Chambers and Farmers'
Clubs, has proved a great success.
The organization is simple, object defi
nite, as set forth in the constitution, to
"watch over all measures affecting the ag
ricultural interests, both in and out of Par
liament, and take such action thereon as
may seem desirable for tho benefit of agri
If your space permits, I think the pub
lication of plan, constitution and bye-laws
adopted by tho Central Chamber, and even
the agenda, showing how the council j
meetings are made effective—by the dis
cussion being contined to the questions of
general importance set for each meeting—
would interest many of your agricultural
If properly orgauized and managed such
an association would prove beneficial not
only to farmers proper, but to all interest-
I ed in the advancement and protection of
■ i,Ki;i(ii..vn ill.
Richmond, March 11.
lant-Govcrnor in the chair,
be Key. 11. L. Burrows.
IEPOBTBD FBOM COMMITTEES. |
To amend an act providing for the col
lection of the State revenue and county j
levies for the year 1870, approved Jan
uary 6, 1871.
To provide for the payment of the wit-
Risea examined by the special committee
regard to the charges preferred against
To amend the act to provide for the !
payment of interest upon tho Dawson
fund, (with modifications.)
j Appropriating the public revenue for
tbe fiscal year 1870-71. j
I Authorizing the trustees of the public
schools of the county of James City to
collect certain school funds and uso the
same for tho benefit of tho public freo
schools of said county.
To provide for tbe collection of debts
duo the city of Williamsburg, for which
notes were taken payable to tho mayor,
recorder and aldermen by the present cor
poration of said city.
To provide that interest shall net bo re
covered upon debts contracted prior to the
10th of April, 1865, for the period com
mencing the 17th day of April, 1801, and
ending on the 10th day of April, 1865.
Several bills were Introduced aud re-
SENATE BILL PASSED.
To incorporate the Petersburg Life In
surance Company of Virginia.
House of De legatee.
House met at 10 A. M., Speaker Turner
In the chair. Prayer by the Rev. 11. L.
On motion of Mr. Graham, of Rock
bridge, the committee on roads was allowed
to sit during the session of the House.
Mr. Tburnoan offered a resolution that
on and af'.or to-day,until otherwise order) I,
the Speaker shall vacate his chair at 8 1
o'clock P. M. and rosumo it at 8 P. M. of
I tbo roll shall be callotl and the result fur-
Dished by the clerk to tho daily papers.
A resolution by Mr. Campbell, that the |
night sessions be devoted to tbo cousidera
| lion of private bills, was referred; the
! House refusing to suspend the rules.
Senate bill to amond the charter of Al
exandria was put on the calendar, under a
suspension of the rules.
House joint resolution proposing to
amend the constitution of tho Slate in re
gard to usury, came up; the question be- |
ing tho amendment of Mr. Southall, of i
Albemarlo, to strike out all relating to
usury and the rate ot interest, which was
Mr. Jackson offered as an amendment,
any rate of interest agreed up«n by tho
parties, not exceeding twelve per cent, per
annum upon contracts, where tho principal
and interest are to be paid within twelve
months after date of contract. Rejected.
A motion to reconsider was also rejected.
The joint resolution was theu ordered to
be engrossed lor a third reading.
Senate bill imposing taxos for support
of government, &<?., camo up as a special
order, and was being considered us wo
close. _^^______ m^_mmmm
The Nathan Mnrd.rer Knows..
DESCRIPTION OF THE ASSASSIN —THE DETEC
TIVES STILL AFTER HIM.
The New York papers of Thursday state
that tho man who killed Benjamin Nathan
in his house last August is positively
known to the police. His name is William
Forrester, and his description is given in
the following circular:
Two thousand five hundred dollars will bo
paid for tho arrest and delivery at tho office of
the superintendent of police, in the city of
New York, of Billy Forrester, alias Billy
Marshall, alias Billy or Frank Campbell, alias
Frank Livingstone, alias Frank Harding, alias
Frank Howard; age thirty-five, height five
feet six inches, slim build, but tough and wiry;
rather broad, square shoulders; weighs 140
pounds; rather long-, spare face ; blaok eyes,
having a wild expression ; high, square fore-
I head; mouth narrow, and corners drawn down;
upper lip Btands out a little: medium-sized,
straight nose; straight black hair, cut short;
heavy black moustache, curls ft the ends
toward the mouth; sunken cheeks, but high
cheek bones; small narrow foot; generally
walks with his hands in his coat pockets;
tooth out left upper jaw ; bracelet in India ink
on left wrist. James J. Kelso,
| Superintendent Police City New York.
This last mark, says tho Times, ought to
lead to his detection. It was supposed that
a convict named Ellis knew something
about him, and he was brought from Sing
Bo New York. What information
ined from him tho police refuse to
mt it is certain that the first cliio to
aasin was obtained by tho prating
convict, who declared that he and
:er, some time beforo the murder,
ranged to plunder the Nathan man
sion, and but for the accident of his pre
vious arrest for another crime, he would
himself have been involved in the terrible
tragedy. Upon this point, as well as upon
Kiers involving the nature of the evi
against the assassin, Superintendent
said the public must for the present
be content with the assurance that tbe
police do not doubt its conclusiveness, and
earnestly desire that its strength may be
tested by the arrest and trial of the ac
Forrester is a sneak thief of ordinary
calibre, who is known to the police of all
the large cities, and who is wanted in
several of them for unpunished crimes
has managed for soven months to bafflo the
combined detectives, not only of New
York, but of nearly the whole country.
Superintendent Kelso knew by the middle
of August that Forrester fled from the city
almost without taking time to wash tbo
tell-tale blood of his victim from his per
son, and also the direction which he took
The fact that he was wanted for the Nathan
murder was not divulged to any one, bu
tbe police everywhere were requested by
telegraph to arrest and hold him for a
requisition which would be immediately
forwarded. He was discovered several
times as stated, but, owing to tho cupidity
or negligence of distant officials, the arrest
was not consummated.
Hundreds of messages regarding this
fugitive have passed between this and
other cities by telegraph, and the burden
of those received has been an intense de
sire to know for what he was wanted, and
how much ho was worth. Scores of times
such efficient detectives as Dusonbury,
McCord, Farley, lrviug, or Eustace have
been hastily sent to remote points, armed
with all necessary documents, only to find
the game lost when they have arrived.
Often has the fugitive disappeared sud
denly and completely from police know
ledge for weeks together, and then re
appeared as suddenly in some remote spot,
but only to subject his pursuers to another
i disappointment. At last he seemed to
tire of being constantly iv peril of cap
turo, and weeks ago all tract of him was
lost and has never since been recovered.
The fugitive is a man who has been at
war with the law from his boyhood, and
is loaded with innumerable crimes. He
has been an inmate of many jails, only to
slip from them with a facility that proved
his doxterity in eluding the punishment
duo his acts. When ho committed tho
Nathan murder he was an escaped convict
from tho Illinois prison at Joliet, owing
i thirteeu years' service; and since that
crime he has committed another, which is
almost its exact parallel in every respect,
except that the brutal assault did not end
] in death, and be owes the Stato whore it
was done imprisonment for life. A man
i utterly without conscience, rcckleus,
daring, destitute of tht se accomplishments
which have made burglary a fine art, was
befitted by his character and experiences to
commit the deed which appalled the city
last July, and to elude, ever since that
time tho most strenuous exertions ever
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HERRI NO'S SAFES
IN THE SPOTSWOOD.
$23,500 IN CURRENCY,
and the Books, Papors, Silver and Valuables of tlio
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Southern Express Companies are
SAVED IN HERRING'S SAFES.
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Nsw York, Dec. 21,1870. J
Messrs. Hbrbwo, Parrel k Bhermah: Our Agent
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The contents of tbo safe—s23,sßo in bills, we recov
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until nearly SO hours after the fire.
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Ass't Sup't for Adams A Southern Ex. Cos.
Xl JMOND, Va., Dec. 29,1870.
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NOTICE TO HEIRS AT LAW.—A family named
GUIDOTcame from Switzerland about thirty
years ago and settled In Virginia. The last one o;
the name, a young lady, it is supposed, died about
nine years ago. It is important to ascertain in wha
part of Virginia the said family lived and died
and whether they left any uiirs at law. Any per
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sary iuforniution as to the residence and deaths o
tho Gaidot family will be suitably rewarded.
CHARLES L. LUDWIO,
Vice-ConßUl for Sweden and
Norway at Richmond, Va.
All newspapers in Virginia copying this notice
and sond'ng the paper to me will to don
hie their advertising rates on my receiving the in
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IN THE DIBTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of John 8. Sandy, Bankrupt—ln
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned
W. W. Walker, of Wostmoroland county, Va., hereh
gives notice of hiß appointment as assignee of the c
tateof J. 8. Bandy, of Richmond coy, in Bald distric
who was, on the loth day of Sep'ber, 1870, adjudge
a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Oour
of said district.
Dated Juuuary 13,1871.
ja 14-S3w W. W. WALKER. Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THB UNITED
STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter or G. W. Brooks et als vs J. M. Per
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice, that a petition has been pre
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Baukruptcy in said District, by James M. Moody
assigueo of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell th
real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from al
This is to give notice to all persons interested, th.
iv terms of said petition an order Ims been Issued b
tho Register aforesaid, for all persous who may he In
torestodiu said estate, to appear before the said Re,
ister, at his office, iv tho city of Bichmofid, on tbe
3let day of January, IhTI, nt 10 o'clock A. M.,
and show cause, If any havo, why lw h unit r
should not be M mox>l< A(iii^
After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, tho train' of
the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave tho Depot,
«t Thirty-first and Market streets, which is reached
I directly by the Market street cars, tho last car con
necting with each train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes before its departure, lhe
Chestnut and Walnut street cars run within ono
square of the Depot.
[ Sleeping Car Tickets can he had on application at
th. Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and
Chestnut streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for
and ieliver baggage at the Depot. Orders left at No.
iOl Chestnut street or 116 Market stroet, will receive
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ :
I Pittsburg Express Ukll"A. M.
Lock Haven and Elmlra Express 9:40 "
Paoll Accom 10:10 A. M. and 1:10 aud 7:10 P.M.
F»st Lin. 12:40 "
Erie Express 12 40 "
Harrlsburg Accommodation 2:50 "
Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 '
Parkersbnrg Train 5:60 "
Cincinnati Express 8:00 "
Erie Mail and Buffalo Expross 9:60 "
Pacific Express 10:00 "
Way Passenger 10:30 "
Erie Mail leaves dally, running on Saturday night
t. Williamsport only. On Sunday night passengers
will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati and Pacific Express leaves daily. All
other trains daily, except Sunday.
Tho Woßtern Accommodation Train runs daily,ex
cept Sunday. For this train tickota must he pro
cured, and baggage delivered by 5 P. M. f at 118 Mar
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
M , arrives at Paul iat 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No.
2 leaves Philadelphia at 6:40 P. H.; nrrlves at Paell
at 7:40 P. M.
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves ruoli at 6:50 A. Mj ar
rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M Sunday Train
No 2 leaves Paoli at 4:50 P. M.; arrives at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Express. 0:10 A. M.
Philadelphia Express 7:CO "
Brie Mail 7:00 "
Paoli Accom 8:20 A. M., 3:50 and b:4O P. M.
P.rkersburg Train 9:00 A.M.
Fast Line, Buffalo Express 9:50 "
Lancaster Train 12:00 noon.
Erie Express 5:45 P. M.
Lock Haven aud Elmira Express 5:45 "
Pacific Express 3:26 ,c
Bouthorn Express 6:45 "
Harrisonburg Accommodation 9:40 "
For timber information, epply to
joh:: c. van leer, Jr.,
k Ticket Agent, 001 Chestnut street.
Ticket Agent, 116 Market street.
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
any risk for baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit their responsibility to one huudred
dollars In value. All baggage exceeding that amount
in value will bo at the risk of lhe owner, unless taken
by special contract. A. J. CABBAT,
General Superintendent, Altoon., Pa.
npHB BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, THREE
DAILY TRAINS will be run between Baltimore and
Wheeling aud Parkersbnrg, as iollows :
Tho MAIL TRAIN, for all way points, east of
Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (excopt Suu
days)at 8:00 A. M.; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 5:05 P. M.
The 8 A. M. Train connects with Strasburg and
Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad.
The PAST LINE will leave dally at 4 P. M.j re
turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore
daily at 8:45 P. M.; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 8:60 P. M.
The WINCHESTER AND SIRASBURG ACOMMO
DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimoro daily (excop
Sundays) at 4:05 P. M.; retnrning will arrive at 10:40
The MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
will leave daily (except Sundays) at 6:00 P. M.; re
turning, will leave Mount Airy at 6:16 A. M., am
arrive at Baltimore at 8:.0 A. M.
The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN will loavo at 1:20
P. M. dally (except Sundays); retnruiug, will arriv
at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M.
FOR HAGERSTOWN AND FREDERICK.
Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and4:os p.m.; returning
will arrive at 8:20 and 10:10 a. m. and 6:05 p. m
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG.
leave Baltimore at 8:00 a. in. and 4:00 p. m.; re
alng, will arrive at 10:40 a.m. and 5:06 p. m.
ovo Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a,
and 2, 3:50, 4:45 and 8:30 p. m.
rains leave at 6:45, 8:00 and 9:25 a. m. and 12:45
), 4:19, 6:40, 7:45 and 9 p. m.
.cave Baltimore at 7 and 11130 a. m. and 4:45 p.m.;
vo Washington at 6:45 uud9:2sa. m.and 4:10 p-ni
SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION.
Leave Baltimore at 4 JO, 5:08 and 8:10 a. in. aud
4:45 and 8:00 p. m.
Leave Washington at 7:25 a. i». and 2:50, 5:40, 7:46
and 9 p. m.
Tickets can be purchased at the Office, No. 149
West Baltimore street, corner of Calvert, where
orders can be loft for baggage to be called fur, and
(i will be checked at person's residence,
further Information, Tickets of every kind,
pply to J. T. England, Agent, Camdeu Station,
lie. Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation.
Oencral Ticket Agent.
[LADELPHIA AND E".IE RAILROAD.
WINTER TIME-TABLE. \
On aud after MONDAY, Docember 6, 1870, the
trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will
rum as follows: |
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia 9.40 P. M.
Williamsport. 7.25 A.M.
" " arrive at Erie 7.40 P. M.
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M.
« * " Williamsport 8.60 P. M.
" " arrive at Erin 7.40 A.M.
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia 9.311 A.M.
« " " Williamsport 8.36 P. M.
" " .arrivo at Lock Haven- 7.50 P.M.
Mall Train leaves Erie. 9.00 A.M.
' Williamsport 10 06 P.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 650 A. M.
Erio Express leaves trie 9.00 P. M.
" " " Williamsport 8.25 A.M.
•' " arrive at Philadelphia 5.30 P.M.
Elmira Mail leaves Lock Haven 8.00 A.M.
" " « Williamsport 926 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 6.80 P. M.
Buffalo Express leaves WilUamsport 12 35 A.M.
•• '• " Milton 1.60 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia.... 940 A.M.
Bxprrßß, Mail and Accommodation, east and west,
connect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mail I
and Accommodation east at Irviugton with Oil Creek
aud Alleghany River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and I
Wyoming Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern '
j and Interior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Roch- |
ester, the Great Lakes and the Dominion of Canada.
'x..'.es edect iOvemjer"', 1^.70.
fifteen Daily Trains leaves Tafsenger Depot, corn
er Berks and American streets, (Sundays excepted)
7 iii a. in. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. in. (Express) for Bethlehem, Alloutown,
Mauch Chuuk, Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Halle- (
ton, Pittstou, Towanda, Waverly, and Elmira, and in
connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, aud all points in the Great Wejt.
8:25 a. in. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9:45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mahanoy City, Mauch Chunk, Williamsport,
Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Scranton, Hackettstown, I
[Bchooley's Mountain], and N. J. Central aud Morris 1
1 and Ejsex Railroads.
11:00 s. ni. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1:15, 6:10 and 8:15 p. m for Abiugt n.
1:45 p. m. (Expresi) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allou
town, Mauch Cliunk, llalmnoy City, Wilkesbarre,
I Pittston and H^zleton.
2:30 p. m. (Accommodatian) for Doylestown.
At 3:'io p. m (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Beth
lehem, Easton, AI lent 3wu,Oopiuy ti"-l Muuch ChuuL.
4:15 p. m. (Mail) for Doylestown.
6:00 p. m. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentowo,
6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lausdale.
11:30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
The Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street
1 aad Union Lines City Cars run to tho Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:55, 10:35 a. m.; 2:16, 6:06 aud 8:25
1 Doylestown at 8:30 a. in., 4:40 and 6:36 p. m.
Lausdale at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Washington at 9:20, ll:20ja. in , and 3:10 p. m.
Abington at 2:35, 6:55 and 9:35 p. m.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 0:30 a m.
Philadelphia fur Doylestown at 2:00 p. in.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m.
Tickets sold and bugsatfo checked through to prin-
I oipal points, at Mann's North Pennsylvania Bagguge
Express Office, No. lUS south Fifth street.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
November 21, 1870.
TN the District Court of the United States for the
1 District of Virginia.
| llu the matter of John T. Wootton, bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern: —The undersigned, W
T.Atkins, of Mecklenburg co, Va, hereby
(Ives nutice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of John T Wootton of Mecklenburg county.
In said district, who was on the 27th of Sept.ni
ber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition
by tho District courtof said district.
Dated at Boydton, the Ist day of Febiuary, 1671.
it \ n.HOADS AND ITBANBOATR,
On end alt.r SUNDAY, December 4, IST'), Trains
B:3* a. ni.—Vail dai'y (except Sunday*) for tho West
and North to Bnfl.ilo and Niagara Falls.
12 40 p. is.—Fast Line daily (except Sundays) for the
West and North to William-sport.
7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the Weit.
10:26 p. m— Daily for the West. North to Buffalo,
Rochester. Niagara Falls and the Canada*.
Trnius for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 a. m. and
Trains fur Gettysburg at 8:30 a. ni. and 12:40 p m.
Tralus for 'Hanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:CO p. m. j
Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8::i0 a. m. and
I*4o p. m.
Fer York daily (except Sundays)—3:3o p m,
For Parkton dally (except Sundays)- 6:30 p m.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From tha West and North—2:3o aud 0:16 a m, 12.30.
2:45 and 6:16 p m.
York Accommodation—lo:ls a m.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a in.
Far tickets to all points North and West, apply at
Calvert Statian and at No 0 North Calvert street.
General Passenger Agent.
ALFRED R. FISKR,
I)HILADKLPriIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI-
X MORE RAILROAD.
Commencing MONDAY, November, 21,1870. Pas
senger Trains will leave President Street Depot as
Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations
at 7:25 a. iv.
Kxpross Train for Philadelphia and New York at
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
2:40 p. in.
Accommodation Train for Port Deposit Inter
mediate Stations at 6 p. in.
Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m.
Exprcsss Train for New York at 10:40 p. m.
For Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m. For New York at
7:25 a. m. Train connects at New Castle Junction
with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and
at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and
Bal timoro Central Railroad.
9:25 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit.
2:40 p. m. Train at Perryville fur all Stations on
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at
Wilmington for Stations; on Delaware Railroad be- I
tween Wilmington a»d Harrington.
Through ■ Ticket 3 may be procured eithor at Presi
dent Street Depot, ov at Ticket Office, No. 1!7 Mttt-
Secured seats In the reclining bock car and berths
or state rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti
more street office dnring the day. On application at
147 Baltimore street the Union Transfer Company
will call tor and check baggage at privates residences,
thus avoiding the confusion attending the tamo at
tho depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
WILMINGTON AND BALTI
i MORE RAILROAD.
Commencing Monday, November 21, 1870, trains
will leave Depot, corner Brood street and Washing
ton avenuo, as follows:
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays 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 Delawareß'iilroad,at Harrington with
Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at Seaford with
Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar with
Eastern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi
; comlco aud Pocomoke Railroad,
Expre3s Train at 11:45 a m. (Sundays oxcepted),
for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilming
ton, Perryville and Havre de Grace. Connects at
Wilmington witn train for New Castle,
Expreus Tre'n st 4:00 p. m. (Sundays excepted), for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester,
Thurlow, Linwoou, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport,
Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Charlestown,
Perryville, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Ran.
Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), for Baltimore
and Washington, stopping at Cheater, Thurlow, Liu
wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
North East, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Perrymau's
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
take the 11:46 a. m. train.
stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m., 2:30, 6 and 7p. m.
The 6 p. m. train connects with Delaware Railroad
for Harrington and intermediate stations.
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a. in., 2, 4 and
7:15 p. in. The 8:10 a. m. tiaiu will not stop between
Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p.m. train irom WilmiDgton rnna datlv.
All other Accommodation Trains Sundays excepted.
Train? leaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p. m., will
Etiiiii'i't at Lamokiu Junction with the 7 a. m. avid
:30 p. m. trains for Baltimore Central Railroad.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a. ni., Way-mail. 9:35 a.
in., Express. 2:35 p. m., Express. 7:26 p. m., Ex
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
Leave Baltimo-e at 7:25 p. m., stopping at Magno
lia, Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havre de Graco, Perry
rille, Charlestown, Nortb-Kait, Elkton, Newark,
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood
Through tickets to all points west, south, south
went, may be procured at Ticket Office, 828 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, where also state
rooms and berths in sleeping cars can be secured
during the day. Persons purchasing tickets at this
office can have bag<age checked at their residence by
the Unlen Transfer Company.
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent.
A LEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN APD
/\ HAMPSHIRE RAILROAD.
BUMMER ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING
TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) BE
TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leave Alexandria at BA. M. and 6P. M. Leave
Hamilton at 6A. M. and 11:30 A. M- Leave Local org
at 6:26 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
Bof Coaches for PurceUville. Suickersville, Ber
e, and Winchester; also, with Roamer's Line of
os, which leaves Leesburg daily tor Ball's Mill,
and Middloburg. On and aftor June, twenty
i will run daily to Capon Springs.
All trains arrtvo at Alexandria at convenient houri
for connections with Washington nd Baltimore tfai
From Alexandria to
Jjeesburg. $2 00 Winchester $S
Clark'BUap 225 Ball's Mill » 26
Hamilton- 2 26 Aldie 276
PurceUville 275 MJddlebmg „ 326
Berryvilie- 8 60
Goods pei New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
Nners, Railroad or Express, to care K. H. Haven
General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwarded
the road free of charge for commission,
mmutation tickets between Alexandria and
Hamilton, and all intermediate stations, at low rate,
Round trip tickets, good only for day of issue, be
tween Alexandria and Hamilton, aud between those
and Intermediate points, at reduced rates.
jo 2 ly General Super!ntendent.
1100 Main street, \-
Richmond, Feb. 17,1871.)
"VfARY R. GRIFFIN, executrix of Fendall W.
JjJL Griffin, tieceaeed, and administratrix of Flem
ing Griffin, deceased, Ac Pl'ti
Francis flnffln, widow of Fendall Griffin, Polly
Griffin, and others Dtf-s.
By virtue of a decree entered in this cause by the
Chancery court of the city of Richmond, on the blh
December, 1870,1 shall, as one of the coniuv js.ouere
of said court, on the 14td DAY 0/ MARCH, 1871, at
12 o'clock M.; at my said office, proceed to inquire
what claims are outstanding and unpaid against .he
estate of the s.ad Fendall Griffin, ueceased; also to
state and settle an account of the pergonal represen
tative of Feudal! Griffin, deceased, with tho severiil
legatees and diviseo* under the will of tho said Fen
dall Griffin showing tho respective sum or annig to
which said legiti.es o oiviseea are entitled ; which
of said legatees or dh. h.ive been paid anything
and the amount:, aud wiu'hor any cum or sums be
now duo and owing tj any of them ; whether
any legacy bus tailuJ or lapsed uy default of a found
to pay the same ; and I am a'so authorized to exam
ine witnesses as \o the cujvacier aud condition of lhe
property belonging to the said citato; and to make
all enquiries wii'ch innv bo required by the parties
or any of them, in order to facilitate too right inter
pretation of t.ie will of the said Fendall Griffin, de
ceased— together will, any matter specia'Jy, Ac. The
decree of Jatmary 14 ill, iB6O, which I am required
by the beforeme'iiioiied decree to execute, requires
publication of uu.> "!' il.e tim» and place, of taking
bald account and making laid inquiries, once a week
far four sui-eessiv..' weeks, iv the Stats Journal, a
newspaper publish...! in ■!.. iity of Richmond, which
v accordingly tl ne
fo 20—m4w Commissioner in Chancery.
rritl BRIDAL ITAH •»V
Bisays for '* nti>fl Tien, on fcreat 800IAL
KVJLSumI ABUSE.?, whi h interfere with MAR
RIAGE—with sure ni' ans of relief for the erring
and uufortunato, diseased and debilitatod. Sent tree
of charge, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2, S Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. j» lft-Sm
TyUTLBR'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE i7uot a thing
13 of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and put
money In the pockets of the proprietor,! t has stood the
test of time. Having been in the market over thirty
years, its very name will recall to many who are now
the reßpected heads of families, the halycon days uf
I their youth, with all its toys and sorrows; it is still
the same; infallable In Us operation; a specific r«nu*
dy for youthful indiscretion and folly; a true friend.
i i. f.ir sale by all druggists. Price, $1 per bottle.
108 PRINTING EXECUTED IN THI FINEST
j 0 Style at THIS OFFICE.
( ) ' RAILROAD.
On and after SUNDAY, January 2MJTI. ono daily
passenger train will inn between WASHINGTON
and LYNCHHURQ, connecting at Gordcnsvllle with
the Chesapeake and Ohio Kailrcad to Richmond,
Staunton and the Virginia Pprings ; at Lynchburg
fo. the Wost and Southwest, and nt Washington, to
the North and Northwest.
Leave Washington daily at 6:56 a. m.,and Alexan
dria at 8 a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:05 p. m.
Leave Lynchburg at 1:26 a. m., arrive at Alexandria
at 6:26 p in., and at Washington at 6:16 P- m.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington dally
(excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a.m.: leave Alexandria
at 11:20 a. m., pass at 4£B p.m., and st
rive at Harrisonburg at 7 p. in.
Eastward, leave Hairiaoiilnirg at 6:30 a.m.; p**»
Strasburgat 0:25 a. m, nt rive at Akitandrla at 1:56
p.m., and at Washington in time for connecting
with the 3 p.m. train from Washington to Baltimore.
Good connections, by comfortable* coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax station;
to Middleburg from Plains ; to Upperville .mm
Piedmont, and to Staunton from Harrisonburg.
Both tho Eastward and Westward bound train*
make close connection at Etrasburg with tl:e Win
chester and Strt sburg Railroad to 'Winchester, Har
per's Ferry, Ac.
Elegant sleeping cars aro run daily botweon New
York and Lynchburg, without change.
Also, cars through between Baltimore and Lynch
burg, avoiding tho inconvenience of transit' m
Through tickets and linggigo checked to all promt
J. M. BROADUS,
n.h.7—tf General Ticket Agent
Richmond and York Rivsr Railroad, |
Soperintxkdent'b OrncE, v
Richmond, Va m Feb. 27, 1871. \
KUIANGE OK SCHEDULE — RE-ESTABLISH-
J KENT OF DAILY LINK..
On and after MONDAY, 6th of March, IS7I, Ihn
Trains on this road will run as follows :
Leave West Point daily at 0.00 A. M
Arrive at Richmond " 1056 "
Leave Richmond " 2:00 P. M
Arrive at West Point " 3:55 •'
FREIGHT TRAINS, WITH PASSENGER CAR AT
Is«ave Richmond daily (Mondays excepted) at 4 A. M.
Arrive at Wost Point" " " ■ 8 v
I*ave West Point " " " " 1 P. M.
Arrive at Richmond " " " " 6 "
Trains connect daily at West Point v. tth first claw
Steamers for Baltimore. Tare from Uichmond to
Through Bills of Lading givon to all points North
and Sonth. Freight received daily and promptly
11. T. DOUGLAS,
fe iß—tf Superintendent.
TJIQHMONI) AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.—
IV CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.—Ou and alter JAN
UARY 22, 1871,
Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) leave. Riehmoud
| daily (except Sundays) at 4A. M.; loaves Danville at
11:12 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro 1 at 1:42 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) loaves Rich
mond dailvut 0:16 A.M.; arrives at Lynchburg ut
6 P. M.
Train No. 5 (Through Mall and Express) jlcnve
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M.; leave Danviilo daily
at 10:32 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro 1 at 1:05 A. M.
GOING EAST :
Train No, 0 (Through Mail and Express) leave
Greenburo' daily at 2 A. M. ; leave Danville daily at
4:37 1. M.; arrive at Richmond daily at 12:33 P. M-
Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) loaves GreeuH
boro' daily (except Sundays) at 11 A. M.; loavo
Danville at 1:35 P. M.; arrive at Richmond at 8:15 P
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) It uvea l.jnch
burg daily at 8:25 A. M.; leaves Burkcville at 1 P
M.; arrives at Richmond at 4:05 P. M.
Trains Nog. 1 and 5 connect ot Groeneboro' with
Trains on North Cmdina Railioad for all points
Train No. 3 connects at Ifiirkeville with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for all point*
Southwest and South.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS, without change
between Richmond and Chai lotte, N. C.,aro attached
to Trains No. 6, and 6.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwost can be procured at tbe ticket office in
IJNO. R. MACMURDO,
t General Freight and Ticket Agent.
EDULE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHOUT LIN!:
IMONP. FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST, ANB NORTH
rain No. I.—Through Mail Train, via, Wash,
on, leaves Depot, corner of Byro and Eighth
,ts, daily at 12:45 P. M.; arrives in Richmond
r at 2:20 P. M.
rain No. (••—Through Mall Train, via. Wasb
»n, leaves the Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
»ts, daily (Sundayß excepted) at 8:45 P. M.; ur
3 iv Richmond (Mondays excepted) at 8:80 A. M
3ROUGU TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAGE
• i; h to all tbe principal points in tbe North, East,
iKIGHT TRAINS will leave Richmond on
DNESDAYS. and SATURDAYS,
ift ACCOMODATION TRAIN, betwoen Richmond
Milford, will run daily (Sundays excepted),
ing the depot, corner of Bread and Eighth streets,
;iio P. M., aud arriving in Richmond at S:SO A M
pply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
J. B. GENTRY.
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
■ Mvira, General Superintendent, fa 13— tt
HESAPKAKK AND oiJIU xIAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY, Decembei sth, 1870, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as follows:
MAIL TRAIN will run DAILY between ftlohinond
ai < Staunton (except Sunday, between Gordousvilht
and Staunton). Leave Richmond at 8 A. M., and ai
rive at Staunton ut 4:28 P.M. Leave Stauuton a.
8:59 A. M., and arrive at Richmond at 4:50 P. M.,
making close connections at Gordonsville and Char
lottesville with Orange, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Ac; also
for Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis,
New Orleans, Montgomery. Mobile, Ac. This train
will run TRI-WEEKLY between Staunton and
White Lulpbur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ami
SATURDAY, viz: Leave White Sulphur at 3.30 A. M.,
end arrive ut Staunton at 8:39 A- M.; leave Staunton
at 4:J3 P. M.,and arrive at White Sulphur at 10 i. M.
Goin<r West, passengera dine at Oordonnvflle mid
sup ai Covington. Going East, br uki'iu:',at Stauntoki
and titi c at Gordonsville.
This train connects with staged as follows:
At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge and
At Millboro' for Bath Alum Spring*, 10 miles; and
Warm Springs, 15 miles.
At White Sulphur Springs for Lvwisbnnr, tt miles;
and Charleston, 100 miles.
THROUGH TlCKEiSissuod to all points North,
Wost, and Southwest.
JAMES F. NETIInRLAND,
no 30 General 1 ickot Avon.
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VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP AND
The sleampship GEO. P. UPTON i
leaves New fork every FRIDAY ; leaves Rtcnfiauud
The steamship WM. P. CLYDE leaves New Yoik
every TUESDAY; leaves Richmond every SATUK
Freight received daily.
D. J. BURR, President,
mh 10 1214 Main street.
IJIOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMTN
-1 ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Tho splendid new side-wheel Steam
ships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE .
SARATOGA, HATTEItAS, and NIAGARA lu»e
New York for Norfolk, City Point a: Metal
evory TUESDAY, THURSDAY *r.d SATURDAY, ut
1 o'clock P. M
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY acd
SUNDAY at high tide.
These ships are entirely new, aud were built «x
pressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons and state-rooms,
the accommodations and attention are onsa/pai
Goods shipped by this Hue are laudod iCguluiij s
New York, ou the Company's covered pier, 37 North
River, within torty-eight hours.
INSURANCE EFFECTED WHEN ORDER KP. A . .
QUARTER OF ONE PER CENT. AT TH U
OFFICES OF THIS OOMPA N Y.
Freights for points beyond New Yoik forward*:
with dispatch, and no charge irade, except actual
.sjafFor further information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
Jy C —ts No. 3, Governor St,
i iirect b'outm BsMTW b\ I
IJ RICHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH
WEST AND NOKTHWEST, VIA THE VIRGIN 1 A
AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Great Pusßonger Route is composed of tho
Richmond and Danville railroad, Virginia and Tennes
see Consolidated Railway Line, East Tennessee at. I
Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia rail
road, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Memphis)
and Charleston railroad and other connections.
Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Sim da.)«
excepted) at 0.15 A. M., making close con mi'
throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Southsid
railroad, Bristol and stations on tho Virginia * ■
Tennessee railroad, Knozville, Decatur, sjtsHnth,
Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo
ga, Canton, Jackoon, \ icksburg, Mobile, Dal ton, At-
I lauta, Rome, Selma, Macon,Columbus and all point
j South and Southwest, Noshvillu, Columbus, C!
| Louisville, Jackson, Tenuesbeo, Cairo, St. Louis au I
all poiuts Nt,rth and Northwcfii.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
New aud o.u rt ont sleeping cars cv ull night trains
Good oatiug houses, and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
For further initio: iVioii, apply at tho offlca •>. tin:
Virginia and Tenreisee Alr-Lfne Railvay, 1325 Wain
street, or at the office oi the Richsaend and Danville
railroad. R. F. WALKKR.
rpllU NEW YORK WEEKLY OAY-BOt K.
| TIih.CHAMPIOHiOF lIIKWIIITK
KUPUULiIC AGAINST THE WORLD.
| 9-* per year. Address "DAY-ROOK, M New York
SlTo A WKKK SALARY I—Young been
I njj wanted as local ard traveling lelesmen
! Address (with stamp) R 11. WALKER, W Park Row,
' New York.