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This ia the r**d tbe dead niuaiclan dropped,
Willi luneful magi, in ita sheath atlll hidden ;
The prompt allegro or its music stoppe 1,
It* melodies uubijden.
But who -hall finish tbe unfinished atralu.
Or wrrke th* Instrument to awe and wonder,
And bid th* llender barrel br*athe again—
An organ-pipe of thunder t
Ul» pen I what humbler memories cling about
It* golden curves; what sins pcs and laughing grace*
g|ip'i*d from ita point when hi* full heart w*nt out
In rTiii es and courtly phrases.
The truth half jesting, half In eameat flung—
The word of cheer, with recognition in it;
The note of amis whose golden *p«ach outrung
The golden gift within it.
But all in vain the enchanter's wand we wave;
No stroke of ou'B recall* his magic vißiou :
The incantation that its power gave
Bleeps with tha de..l magician.
A Milwaukee man advertises for a wife,
and "don't cara if ehe iB aa homely as a
Peppermint-scented lard is the favorite
pomade with lowa belles.
There is a preacher at Baruesville whom
the Gazette says ia "sufficiently graphic to
have made Shakespeare shout."
Loafers so afflict the merchants of Terie
Haute that they hang out placards request
ing "employment for these roosters."
Framingham, Mass., has voted to erect
a soldiers' memorial hall and library build
ing, at a cost of $18,000.
The hero.of a Texan tournament is
known aB the "Knight of the Forked Tail."
The uamo of hiß "Queen of Love and
Beauty" is not reported.
Mrs. Hyson, of Washington, absconded,
from.Old Hyson, taking Oolong with her
a "drawing" from his bank account; and
tho affair has created quito a tempest in a
They tell of a farmer in Kentucky who
was so lazy that when he went to hoe corn
he "worked ao slowly that tho shade of his
broid-brimmed hat killed tho plants.
Still another cow story : William M.
Tibbetts of Milton, Mass., recently killed a
cow, in which he found, near the heart,
tho tino of a pitchfork seven inches long.
A little fellow in Wcstmore, Vt., waa
Rilled the other day by drinking boiling
water out of the spout of a tea kettle. He
did no because a few days before, his fathei
having just filled the kettle, let bim drink
An Alton (111.) druggist recently sold a
horticulturist a now species of potato tc
take home and plant. The potato had such
a sweet aroma that ho could Dot resist tht
desire to ascertain how it tasted, He gave
it to his wife to cook, and she discovered
it to be a ball of soap.
A Democratic shyster iv the San Fran
cisco police court, lately drew up a com
plaint charging a man with having stoloD
"a goo»." Judgo Sawyer dismissed the
complaint, ou the ground of incredibility,
there being do Eucb thing as "a goos" in
Wendell Phillips declares his belief that
tho experiment of universal suffrage is a
failure, so far as great cities are concerned
He says: "You may put on your dia
monds and walk on London Strand and be
safe. You would not try it on Broadway
without making your will; aud Broadway
is tho unadulterated result of universal
Vena and Miuard had a slight misun
derstanding ono day, and Vena, fired with
revenge against her big brother, kicked the
cat. Johnny, who wa3 Vena's favorite
brother, saw the performance, and said :
"Vena, that cat ain't all Minard's; it's
part mine." "Well," said Vena, with a
sort of self-satisfied air, "I kicked Vena's
Just as an auctioneer wassayiog"gone!"
a few evening since, his audience went
through the floor into the cellar, but hap
pily without hurting any of them. The
auctioneer, as soon as he found his legs,
remarked that tha accident would enable
him to sell lowor than beforo.
Wendell Phillips relates that at the time
of the Bums riot, in Boston, there was
one individual at least who did not share
the general excitement, fcut walked the
streets and did his business in a state of
imperturbable composure. It was a short
timo afterward, however, that our calm
friend, no longer calm, met Mr. Phillips,
with whom he was acquainted, on the
sidewalk, and, in a stato of anything but
tranquility, accosted him with the ques
tion : "Mr. Phillips, is it true, as I havo
heard, that Anthony Burns was a Bap
tißt?" "Yes," was the reply. "Well,"
exclaimed tho now iudignaut champion,
"the way they treated him was an abomi
nable shame 1"
A COUPI.K in Maine, about to be joined
in holy matrimony, determined that there
should be no nonsense about their bridal.
Therefore they gave notice in the Bangor
Whig that they wero married on the 6th
instant, and that, there wero to be "no
cards" and "no cake," for the affair was
"nobody's business." However, by way
of compromise, they informed their
"friends and relatives" that at tbeir resi
dence, on a certain evening, there would
be a free "clam chowder"—a delightful
dish, as we can testify, if it be properly
made, as it seldom is outside its native
New England. That Mr. and Mrs. Twich
ell and their relatives and friends had a
good time, we can easily credit, albeit
the bride failed to receive either a 156,000
shawl or $10,000 worth of diamonds.
A Boatswain's Wife Charges Him
With Kobbino the Government.—A
court of inquiry is in session at the Brook
lyn navy-yard, to hear evidence in the
charges made against her husband by Mrs.
Louisa Dixon, wife of Robert Dixon, boat
swain in tho United States navy, whom,
sbo alleges, has been pilfering trom the
government at various times since 1856.
Boatswain Dixon has by industry and care
accumulated about $30,000, which his wife
has invested in her namo; and when he
came home from Europe on his last cruise
she refused him admittance to his own
house, aDd refuses to give up hia money,
and he has brought suit against her in the
civil courts. According to her statements
he has stolen thousands of dollars' worth
. ' of government property.— N. Y. Times,
A Sensation In Memphis-
Memphis, April 9.-A sensation was
created in tho financial circles of this city
yesterday by the discovery that a former
officer of the Memphis and Ohio railroad
and lately an important Federal officer, bad
been trying to sell a large amount of b ,nds
previously alleged to havo been burned I
On examination of tbe books a false entry
was found 11 have been made yesterday, te
haviDg left fresh blotting paper lying by
the book, showing the entry. Legal pro- j
ceedings have been instituted.
Tuh Stat* Journal entcis upon a trim c»- j
reer, under auspices which promiso perma
nence and increased usefulness.
This paper will be liepubliean. The organ
of no wing or clique, it will aim to represent
the policy of the National party; to build up
A liceltliv Nations! Eeutimcot, and inspire love
of the whole country.
It will not bo the vehicle of personal detrac
tion, nor bo used to get its pets into office, nor
to keep others out. The safety of nil is in the
triumph of the cause ; and to secure it, all
mast labor zealously aud devotedly, and lake
their chances in Ihe general result.
Aiming to treat every member of its own
party generously, it will be just to its oppo
nents. It will discuss all questions of public
interest fairly and temperately. Asserting the
right earnestly and resolutely, and bating no
jot or tittle df the truth which it is calledto de-
I cUre, it will aim to "speak the truth in love."
It will commend genius, patriotism and Tir-
I tne everywhere, and be as prompt to expose
corruption and imbecility in its own party as
We shall advocate all measures to advance
the public good, originating in our own party
or outside. There are vital questions enough
between us and Iho opposition without seeking
issues where all good men should stand on
Believing popular Education to be the one
crying want oi' our State and of the country,
we shall give large space to its advocscy. To
educate thoroughly all tbe children of the
State should be the supreme and paramount
work of legislation. To this sacred task we
I consecrate our paper. We shall plead the
I cause ofthe littlo ones who have no voice;
and, in so pleading, we plead for the future of
Virginia in whatever can make her great nnd
The financial condition of the country, and
especially of tbo South, will not be neglected.
We advocate a financial policy which will
I bring back again to tbe South more than its
old prosperity. We are for the encourage
ment of a varied homo industry. We are for
Free Banking, under a system which makes
money absolutely safe and accessible to busi
ness men at living rates. We are for such a
revenue system as will preserve the public
credit without imposing undue) burdens upon
I the people.
Realizing tbo vast importance of mechanical
I and manufacturing industry, we shall labor
heartily for tbe development ol these interests,
we shall give accurate and detailed informa
tion of our vast natural wealth in mines, for-
I estc, water-powers and fisheries.
Believing in the "harmony of interests," we
I shall endeavor to Ehow how fully each is de
pendent upon the prosperity of all; that labjir
and capital, employer and employee, should
be allies and friends, enriching each other by
Agriculture is our pet. Fresh lcom a Vir
ginia farm, which we leave lovingly and re«
luctantly for awhile, we have learned snme-
I thing of what wide and varied knowledge,
I what patience, economy and administrative
ability it takes to make a farmer. We thall
gire large space to Agriculture and Ilorticul-
In conclusion, wo will say that wo will unite
cordially and earnestly with men of all parties
to remove every obstacle to the moral, intel
lectual aud physical progress uf our State and
nation. There are thousands of noblo young
men and women in the State full of grand
capacity, now dormant and wasting. The old
Commonwealth isiounding the drum-beat to
duty. Let them shake off the nightmare of
conservatism and old traditions, and march
bravely to the work ol this new day. So shall
they mako the futuio of Virginia worthy of
the past, nnd themselves worthy of a great an
REPUBLICAN NAHOsAIi PIATFORM.
Iho National Republican paity of. the United
Statea, assembled in National Convention in the city
of Chicago, on the 21st day of May, 18011, make the
following declaration of principle* :
1. Wo congratulate the country on the assured
■ucceas ot tho lecouatruction policy ot L'QDgroßß, aa
•v.need by Ihe adoption, in the majority of the
States la'ely in rebellion, of constltutijna Bocuring
eqml civil ond political lights to all; and it is the
duty of tho Government to suataki those institution*
aud to prevent the people of such States from being
remitted to a state of auarchy.
2. Ihe guaranty by Cougrtsa of equal suffrage to
all loyal men ut tbe South waa demanded by every
cnr.aui.l-.ti-. v of public safety, of gi atil ude, and of
justice aod must bo maintained; while the question
j of tuU'rnge in all tho loyal Stut.s properly belongs
to the pojple of those States.
3. We denounce all forms of repudiation as-a na
tional crime; aud the national hunor requires the
payment of the public indebtedness in the uttor
i must good fnith to all cretlitorß at heme aud abroad,
uot only according to letter, but the spirit of the
| lawß under which it waa contracted.
4. It Is duo to tho labor of tho nation that taxa
tion should bo equalized, and reduced hi rapidly a*
the national faith will permit.
6. The national deb', contracted as it has been tor
tbe preservation of tho Union lor all time to come,
should bo extended over a fair petiod for ledemption;
and it la tLo duty of Cont;roßa to roduco tha late of
I rntei i-I thereon, whenever it can be honestly done.
6. That the best policy to diminish our burden of
I debt is to so Improve our credit that capitalists wi 1
•etk to loan ua money at lower ratea cf intcreat than
we now pay, and must continue te pay bo long aa re
pudiation, partial or total, open or covert, ia threat
ec*d or Bus;,e ted.
fc The Government of the United States Blould be
administered with tho atricteat economy; and the
corruptiona which have been so Bhnmefully nursed
and fostered by Andrew Johnson call loudly for radi
cal reform. ...
8. We profoundly deplore the untimely and tragic
death of Abraham Lincoln, aud regret the accession
to Andrew Johnson, who haa acted
treacherously to the people who elected him and the
cause he waa pledged to support; who has uaurped
high legislative and judicial, functions; who has re
fined to execute the law's ; who has need his I igh
office to induce other ofllcera to ignore and violate
thelawa; who has employed hia executive powers
to render insecuro the prope-ty, the peaco, liberty
and life of tho citizen ; who ha* abused tho purdon
ing power; who has denounced the national legisla
ture a* unconstitutional; who baa persistently and
corruptly reaiated, by every vienna in hia power,
every pr-nier attempt at the recoLatructlon of the
Statea lately lv rebellion; who haa perverted the
public patronage into an engine of wholesale cor
ruption; aud who beat been Justly impeached for
high crimes aud misdemeanors, and properly pro
nounced guilty thereof by the vote of thiity live
9. The doctrino of Great Britain and other Eu.
rop'eau powers, that beirauso a man 1b ouce a subject
he is always ao, ainst be misted at every hazard by
the United Stateß, as a relic of feudal times, not au
thorized by the laws of rations,and atwar with our
national honor and independence. Naturalized cit
izens are entitled to prutoction in all their right* of
citizenship, as though they were native-born; and
no citizen ofthe Unitod statea, native or natural
ized muat be liable to urrtat and Imprisonment by
any foreign power for acts done or words spoken in
this country ; and, if so arresed end impriioned.it
la the duty of the Government to interfere in hie be- I
10. Of all who weie falthtul In the trials of lie
laU war, there were none entitled to mere especijl
honor than tho brave soldiers and seamen who en
dured the hardahips of campaign aod cruise, and Im
perilled their lives in tho eervice ofthe country;
the bounties and pensions p'ovldod by the law* lor
thoie brave delendera of tho natiou are obligation*
never to bo forgotten ; the widows and orphans of
the gallaut dead are the wards of the people—a sa
cred legacy bequeathed to the nation's protecting
11. Foreign immigration, which in Ihe past hi*
added ao much to the wealth, developement, and re
source* and Inoreaaeof power to this republic, the
asylum of the oppressed of all nations, should be
fostered and encouraged by a liberal and just policy.
12. This convention declares itself in sympathy
with all oppressed peoples struggling for their right*.
13. That wo highly commend the spirit of msp
naulmity and forbearance wi»b which men who have
sarvedin tho rebellion, bu' who now frankly and
honeally co-operate wilh us iv restoring the peac*
of tho couutiy aud reconstructing tho tuuth
•rn State governments upon the baaia of impartial
justice and equal rights, are received back into the
communion of the lojul po pie; and we lavor the
removal of the disqualification* aud restrictions im
poaad upon the late rebel* in the same measure a*
the spirit of disloyalty will die out, and as may be con
sistent wirh the safety of tbe loyal p< ople.
14 Thaf we recrrgnizo the great principles laid
down in the Immortal Declaration of Independence,
•ath* true foundation ol democratic government
and we hail with gladness every etfort toward mak
ing th*M principles a living reality on every Inch of j
| r | illlj la 10 GIVE NOTICE:
That on theCthdny of April, l-sl.e * .r-
I rant In bankruptcy was Issued against the satate of
I, of II ,\vlin«; Green, Caroline county, State
,*lio linn been tidjuiU-i rl n bankrnpi on
ritlon:—That lb) payment of any dobta,
ivory cf any property lib rising to suid
-j him i r for hi- use. iurd the tran-in of
ly by him, are forbidden bj law:—That a
f the cieditrna ol said bankrupt, to prov*
, and chooae one or moro aseigueos of hi*
he held at a Court or Daukruptiry, to be
'oiktown, Va., before .1 Lwntetmsn, Bwi.,
n the Mth day ot April, 1871, at 111
DAVID H. PARKER,
r li 8. Marshal
DISTRICT COURT OF Till! UNITED
S, for the Wi stern Dlatrict of
Utter of Elia* 0. W. Herman, Bankrupt—
Vhom it May Concern .—The undersigned,
. Co i ! , of Tazewell county, Virginia,
es notice of hia appointment a* assignee
te of E U W Ilarman, of Tazewell county,
itrict, who waa, on the 2d day of March
dged a bankrnpt on his own petiti"iiby
t Court of said dlatrict.
>7.ewcll C 11.. Va., April mil. WI
r WILLIAM P. CXCII., Assignee.
DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED
S for tb* Eastern District of Virginia.
the mattor of Bamuel M. Boas, bankrupt—
Vhom it May Concern :— The undorsigned,
swler, of Alexandria couuty, Virginia, hero
lotlce of hia appointment as assignee of th*
■am'l M. Bos*, of Loudoun county, in said
, ho was, on tbe 2a day of March, 1871, ad
bankrupt on his own petition by the Die
t of aaid district.
April 7th, 1871.
JOHN S. FOWLKR, Aaaignee.
listrict Conrt or the United States for thl
n Dlatrict of Virginia,
matter of Eraslus 0. Johns,™, bankrupt—in
im It May Concern:—Tho undersigned, Johl
r, of Alexandria comity, Virginia, here s
tico of hia appointment as assignee of ths
E. C. Johns,,o, of Madison cou-ty, Virginia
s on the 14th of January, 1871. arlju.igec
ipt upon his own potition by the Distrld
33w JOHN 8. FOWLER, Asslgiei.
18 DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITEI
?E8 for tho Eastern Dlatrict of Virginia,
o matter uf E. 11. W. Appotsnn, a bankrup
hmond, Va., this 4lh day of Apiil, 1871.
OM IT MAY CONCERN :
stake notice, that a petition las been pre
o the Hen. John C Under*col, Judge o
itrict Court, in Bauknipty, by Wm H AH
assignoe of the tatato of said bankrupt
he real estate belonging to aaid bankrupt
n»all lieus end encumbrances theroon.
Is to givo notice to all ptr.si.ua interested
tho terms of ra ; d petition an order has br ci
ry the Judge aforesaid, ror all persona wh
intereated in said estate, In appear bel'ori
r W W Forbes, nt his office, in Ihe Bah
Richmond, on the 26 h day or April. 1871, a
►ck A M, and show cause, if any they have
eh order ahould not be granted.
UB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITEI
es, for tho Western Dislrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Curi.n G. Elliott, bankrup
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigncC
ate, of Washington couuty, Virginia, herob
otico of his appointment as assignoe of the ci
I Currin G. Elliott, of Carroll connty. In Sat
, who was, on the 22d day of March, 1871
adjudged n bankrupt on his own petition by tho Die
trict Court of said diatrict.
Dated Glriuo Spring April 6,1871.
ap7—F.lw M. B.TATE, Assignee.
IN TBI I.ISTRICT COUIIT OF THE UNITEI
Sta.oe for tho Dislrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Geo. W. Nantz, bankrupt—il
You are hereby notifiod lhat a general met ting
the creditors of tjie abovo named bankrupt, will b
held at Abingdon, in said diatr.ct, on tho 22d day
April.lß7l, at 10% o'clock A. M.,nt tbe office of
C. Gibbons, Eaq., one of the Registers In Bankrupt
I 'or the purposes named in the 27t
nkrupt oct of Maroli 2d, 1567.
[don, Va , the Sd day ot April, 181
R. M.PAQB. Aaßignse.
TRICT COURT OF THE UNITKI
the District of Virginia.
ef Jonathan Draper, bankrupt—!
y notifiod t at a genoral meeting c
the above i amed bankrupt, will b
ii, in aaid distiict, ou the 2iri day c
o'clock P. M, at the office of 11. f.
no of the Register*la Bankruptcy ii
the pur or.os named in the 27th bck
rrupt act of March 2d,1867.
gdoli, Vn., the 3d day of April, IS7I
K. M. PAGE, Assignee.
riHCT COURT OF THE UNITIr.I
the District of Virginia,
er of Ambrose J. Hall, bankrupt—li
my n "tiffed that a second genera
creditors of the above named bank
dot Abingdn, In aaid district, or
kprll, 1871, at 11 o'clock a. ni., at tin
bbous, Esq., one of the Registers ii
-aid district, Or tlio purposes Ul'r or
on of tho bankiupt act of March 2d
igdon, Va., tho nd day of April, 1871
TRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITE!
tho District of Virginia.
of Henry Simmer man, bankrupt—
cby notified that a second genera
creditors of the abjv i named bank
jld at Abingdon, in said diatrir t, ot
April, 1871, at 1 oV'otk p. m, at il:<
ib'-oor, Esq., ouo of the Registers it
said diatrict, for the purposes Lsnrti
ion of the bankrupt act of March 2d,
igdon, Va , the Sd day of April, 1871
ITRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITE!
the Knatern District of Virginia,
sr of Tl Anthony ot als vs. 11. 1.. Bid
—in bankruptcy. a
n it May Concern:—The undersigned
f hichr:iot.d city, Vn, hereby give
ipointmont as assignee of tho estate ol
af Henrico co'ty, in Baid diatrict, wht
th day of January, 1871, adjudged a
i the petition of E. Authcny ot als by
nrt of tho United Ftatea for the Ea-t-
ond, April 4,1871. _
STRICT COUr.T OF TUB UNITED
rr the Dintriet of Virginia,
sr of V. Kcebler, bankrr-pt—in lank
,hy not'ile-i that a' general meetinie ol
f the above named bankrupt, will be
lon, in sail dlatrict, on the 22J day ol
71, at $% o'clock A. M., at tho office rl
Esq., one ofthe Bngfeter* in Bauk
district, for the purposes named iv the
' tbe bankrupt net oi March 2d, 1887,
Ingdon, Va., the lid day ot April, 1871.
i:. M. PAGE, Aeslgtt**.
ISTRICT COUKT OF THE UNITED
ir tho District of Virginia,
rr of Elijah Ilill,b&r,krnpt—in bank
eby uotified that n general meeting of
-f the abovo named bankrupt, "will be
lon, in said district, on the 22d day of
10 o'clock A. M-, t the oflloeof U. C.
oue of the Re nistera In Bankruptcy in
sr the purpoßes mimed in tlio 27th aoc
ikrupt act of March 2d, 1 07.
ingdon, Va., the 3d day oi April, 1871.
R. M. PAGE, Assignee.
STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
>r the Diatrict of Virginia,
matter oi .louaa S. Kelly, bankrupt—in
jhy notified that ageneral meetiugof
■f the above named bankrupt, will tie
luu, in said district, on the 22d day of
171, at 12 o'clock M., at the office or H.
Ip, ono of the Regjatora in Baukruplcy
;, for ihe purpoaoa'named in the 27th
bankrupt act of March Zd, 1887.
ingdon, Va., tho 3d I'ey of April, 1871
P.. M. PAGE, Aa-igneo.
STIfICT COURT OF THE UNITED
• the Diatrict of Virginia,
atter of Daniel Musser, bankrupt—in
iby notified that n genoral meeting of
if the above named bankrupt, will lie
lon, in aaid distiict. on tho 22d day of
171, at 3 o'clock P.M., at the olfic. of
, Esq ouo of the Reg'alcrs in Hank
d Btrict, for the purpoaea named lv the
I tho ban rupt act ol March 2d, 181.7.
ingdon, Va., the 3d day of April, 1871.
R. M. PAGE, Aasigme.
dWRICTCOURT OF THE UNITED
r the District of Virginia,
nat'er of Jariira Shaffer, bankrupt—in
eby initill, d tha l a general meeting of
■f the above named baukrupt, will be
ion,in aaid district, ou the 22d day of
i7l, at 9 o'clock A. M.at ths office of
Eaq., ono of the ltegiatera io Hank
district, for the purp-nea named in the
r the bankrupt ct of March 2d, 1887.
iugrkiu, Va., Ihe 3d day of April, 1871.
R. M. PAGE, Aaalgeee.
t'ANTED-C5225 A MuNTHi by the
IAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
Boston, Mas*, or Bt. Louis, Mo.
District or Virginia, ss:
Norire Is hereby given that the last gem la! meeting
ol the creilitomol the said It V llavlp, bankrupt,
will beheldatFatiuville, at the offlco of W W Forbes,
■sq., ono of the Register In Bankruptcy, in said dis
trict, on th* 22d day ot April, 1871, at 12 o'clock M-,
for the pnipos-a named in the '.7th and 2Slh sections
r.f the bankrupt act of March 2nd, 1867.
Dated at Faimville, tho Bth day of April, 1871.
•p 10—M2w J W DILLS, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED
J States for tho District of Virginia.
1.111 tbe matter of Thomas B. Spencer, bankrupt
District of Virginia, ss:
Notico ia hereby given that the last general meet
ing of the creditors of the said Thomas B. spencer,
bankrupt, will bo he'd at F'armvllle, at Ihe office
of W. W. Forbes, Esq , one of the Registers In Bank
ruptcy, In said dlatrict, on tho 22d day of April,lß7l,
at 12 o'clock M., tor the purposea named in the 27th
and 2Sth sections of tho bankrupt act of March 2nd,
Dated at Farinvrllo, the Bth day of April, 1871.
ap 10— M2w P. A FORBES, Aasignee.
IN THE DIBTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
X Statea, for the District of Virginia
In the matter of Wm. Bresenlino, bankrnpt—ln
District of Virginia, ss:
i .Notice Is hereby given that the last genoral mio!
--: Ing of Ihe creditors of the Bald Wm. Hreaontlno,
bankrupt, will lie held at Farmvllle, at tho office
I ol W. W. Forbos, Esq , oue of the Registe-* ln Bank
ruptcy, in said district, on tho 22d day of April,
1871, at 12 o'clock M.. for tha purpoaeß named fn
ths nth and 2rtih sections of tho bankrupt act,
ot March 2ml, 1167.
listed at Farmville, the Bth day of April, 1871.
aplO—M2w J'W OILLtf, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
JL States for the Diatrict of Virginia.
In the mattor of W W Wombats, baukrupt—ln
District of Virginia, ss.:
Notice ia hereby given that the last general uieet-
I ing of the creditors of the Baid W W Worshani, bank-
I nipt, will be heldat Farmville, at the office ot W. W.
I Forbes, Esq., one of tho Rogisteia in Bankruptcy, in
1 said district, nn the 22(1 day ol April, 1871. at 12
I o'clock M. t for the pnrpoaes named in the 27th and
1 2Sth sections 01 the baukrupt act of Mar.h 2d.
Dated at Farmville, Iho Bth day of April, 1871.
ap lu—M2w P A FORBES, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB ONITED
1 STATES fur the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Johu M. Hooper, bankrupt—in
District of Virginia, ss:
Notice ia hereby given tbat the last geue r al moet
-1 Ing of tho creditors of the Ball John M. Hooper,
j bankrupt, will bo held at Farmville, at the olheaof W
1 W Forbeß, tr'sq ,one of the Registers In Bankruptcy,
I In said district, on the 22d day of April, 1871, at 12
1 o'clock M. ( for thepcrposes named In the 27th and
'igllieectioi sol' tbe bankrupt act of March 2d, 1867.
Dated nt Farmville, the Bth (lay of April, 1871.
aplO—M2w G D SAUNDERS, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED
I X States lor the 1 tstrict of Virginia
In tho matter or W D Allen, a bankrupt—in l-ank-
I District of Virginia, ss :
Notice ia hereby givou that the last geueral meet
ing of the creditors of the aaid W D Allen, bankrupt,
I will be held at Farmville, at the offlc* of W. W.
1 Forbes, Esq , ono of the Registers in Bankruptcy, in
I aaid diatrict, on the 221 day of April, 1871, at 10
I o'clock A. M., for the pnrpoaea named iv the 27th
and 2*sth sections of tho baukrupt at of March 2nd,
Oated at Farmville, the Bth day of April, 1871.
ap 10-M2w W M DAVIDSON, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
i States f-r tho District of Virgiuia.
ln the matter of Johu B. Williams, bautrupt—
1 In bankruptcy.
District ot Virginia, ss:
Notice ia hereby given that the last reneral inset
-1 ieg of the creditors ofthe said John B. Williams,
bankrupt, will he held at Fa'mville.at tho offlc* ol W
W Forbes, Esq , one of the Registers in Bankruptcy,
in said distiict, on ihe 22d day of April, 1871, at 12
I o'clock M., for Ihe purposes named in the'27tli and
2'ih sections of the bankrupt act of Maich 2d, 1887.
Dated at Farmville, the Bth day of April, 1871.
aplO—M2w OKORGE B. FINCH, Assignee.
TN THB DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED
J STATES for the Eastorn District of Virgiuia.
In the matter of J C Drake et ale VS. Jos. Mayer,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: •
Tho undersigned. H. 8. Morton, of Richmond
city, Va., hereby givos notice of his appointment
aa assignee of tho eatateef Joa. Major, of Henrico
comity, in aaid district, who waa, on the 18th day
of February, 1871, adjudged a bankrnpt on tho peti
tion of J C Drake et: Is, by tho Diatrict Court of said
Dated Richmond, April Bth, 1871.
II 8 MORTON,
ap 10—M3w Asalgnee.
TN the District Court of the Jnitcd Statea for the
I 1- Eastern Diatrict ot Virginia.
In the mntter of S T Rogers, bankrupt
To whom it May Concern :—Tire undersigned,
Chas. Mundy, of Campbell c'ty, Va., hereby give*
I notice of Ipb nppoiutrireut aa assignee of the estate
j of B T Rogers f 'f Nelaon county, Virglnl*,
ia aaid who vas, on tho 30th day of January,
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition
by the District conrt of aaid diatrict.
Dated Lynchburg, A pril 81h,1871. •
ap 10—M3w Assignee.
IN tho Diatrict Court of the Unitod Sialoa for the
Eastern District of Virginia.
In tho matter of 8 Ullmau, bankrupt—iv
To Whom it May Concern: - The uuderslgnei,
Jacob Colin, of Richmond city. Va., hereby give*
Uotice o- nis oppolutuient as ussigheo of the estato
of S Ullinan of Richmond city, Virginia, in
aaid district, who w a. on the 3d day of January,
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own putitionby
the District court of said district.
Dated Richmond, April 10th, 1871.
ap lu-M3w JACOB COHN, Assignee.
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATED for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of George T Catlett vs. Andrews k
Catlett, bankrupts— iv bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concoru: —Tho undersigned, j
Jacib Colin, of llicemond city, Va., hereby give*
notice of his appoiutment as assiguee of the estate of
Ilett of Richmond city, in Bald district,
c 17th day of January, 1671, adjudged
lis creditors' petitiou by the District
ond, April 10th, 1871.
JACOB COIIN, Asslguue.
lOURT OF THE UNITED STATES
istern Diatrict of Virginia—iv bank
r of John A. Garrett, bankrupt
trict of Virginia, ss:
GIVB NOTICE, That on tho23d day !
, a warrant In bankruptcy wa* iasnesl
rict Court of th* United Btate* for the
let of Virginia, against the estate ot i
t, ol Lebanon, Washington oo'y, in said
ias been adjudged a bankrupt on his
—That the payment of any debts, and
' any property belonging to aaid bank- j
r for hia uae, and the tranafer of auy
im aro forbidden by law: —That a \
, creditors of said lankmpt, to prove |
id choose oue or more assignees of his
held at a Court ef Bankruptcy, to b*
igdou, Va., botore H. C. Git bens, Eaq.,
nkriiplcy for 6aid district, on the 17ih
871, at 10 o'clock A. M. j
U. S. Marshal for said Dlatrict.
:OURT OF TIIE UNITED STATES
estoru District of Virginia—iv bank
er el Boiling Hawthorne, bankrupt.
trict of Virginia, ss :
I GIVE NOTICE, That on the 23d day
, a warrant in bankruptcy wa* issued
rict Court or the United Statea for the
•let of Virginia, agalnßt the estate of
home, of Snowville, ln tho county of
id distriot, who ha* been adjudged a
ou his own petition:—That the
any debts, and tho delivery of
belonging to eaid bankrupt, to him
c, aud the transfer of any property
bidden by law: That a meeting of the
o said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
c or more assignees of his estate, will I
court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
, before H. O. Gibbons, Esq , Register
t tit said district, ou the 17th day of
11 o'clock A. M.
U. S- Marshal for said District.
STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
the district of Virginia,
ter of S. U. Fauntleroy, bankrupt-In
n, on the lit day of April, 1871.
! MAY CONCERN—
ik* notice hereby, that a petition has I
on the 27th day ol Doc'r, 1667, filed in
mrt by S O Fauntleroy, Kiup * Queen
iistrict, who ha* been heretofore duly
rurkrupt under the ;act of Congress
at; to eatnbliaha moro uniform aystem
throughout the United State*," ap
2nd, 1867, for a diacharge and certifi
rrom all his debt* aud other claims
rsaid act, and that the V9ih day of Apiil,
before J. L. Waterman, one ofthe reg- I
court iv bankruptcy, at his office in I
tha said district, is tho time and place
rehearing of the same, when and where I
,d and sLow cause.if uny you have, why I
if tbe aaid petitioner rrhutild not be I
J. L. WATERMAN,
Register In Bankruptcy for th*
Bth cong'l district of Va
titer BPM BUNIiAV, Doc. 4, 1670, the' t™( n " ' f
Ik. Pennsylvania Central ltallread leave «''"'''P«j
*tTh>tv drat nnd Market streets, which Is n i U<M
directly "by tho Market street cnra, th- Metoat cor.
nectlng viith each tniin leaving Front anl ii-arkel
.treeta, thirty nilunt.a befor* its departm* The
Chestnut and Waluut street cara run within on*
square ofthe Detrot. , -- I
Bleeping Oar Tickets can lie had on application at .
th* Ticket Offlco, northweat corner of Ntmn ana
Chestnut streets auil ut the Depot. „n #■„.
Agent* or the Union Tianslnr Company will call lor
anrl deliver baggago at tho Depot. Order* left at no.
201 Ch*stnut atrestor 118 Market street, will r*celv*
TRAINS I.E.VVK DEPOT, VIZ :
Pittsburg Kxpre • v *} xl A -. M '
Lock Haven and UmlraKxpross 9.40
Po.li Accom l(i:10 A. H. and 1:10 aud 7:10 P.M.
1,1!,,,,, -• 12:40
,' i. V VJ,4(I "
Erio F.xprosa : l f-V> „
Harrisl-urg Accommodation »•• * : so ( ,
Lancaster Accommodation * : ™
Perkersburg Traiu • „
Clucinoati Exprisß - * : V9 H
Erie Mall and Buffalo Express 9rW> (
Pacific Express '*« «'
Way Passenger l°-*°
Erie Mail leavea daily, running on Saturday n'ght
to Williamsport only On Sunday nigbt pasaem*rs
will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati nnd Pacillo Express leaves dally. AU
other trains dully, i xcept Sunday.
The Westorn Accomodation Train nun dally, ex
cept Bunday. For this train tickets muat be pro
j cured, and baggage delivered by 6 P. M, at 116 Mar
ket-street. • .
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
M.; arrives at Paoli at 940 A. M. Bunday Train No.
2 leavea Phllad-lphia at 0:10 P. M., arrives at Paoli
* Snndav Train No. 1 leaves Paoli at 0:60 A. M.; ar
rive* at Philadelphia at 810 A. M. Sunday Train
No 2 leav,* Paoli at 4:fro P. M.: arrives at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Express SAO A. M.
Philadelphia Kxpress <:<»
1 ]t; r i e jit a |i 7:00
Paoli Accom 8:20 A.'M., 3:50 and 6:40 P.M.
farkeralmrg Train 9:o° *• M -
Faat. l.lne, Buffalo Train 0:50
lasoaster Train I'fOO noon.
Erie Kxpress &•« P „ M -
I Lock Haven aud Elmira Express 5:4u
Pacific Expres j*- 2 ' „
Southern Express °:4r">
I Harrisonburg Acroinmodat'on 6:40
For further inroruiat'on, apply to
JOHN P. YANLKKR, Jr.,
Ti-l ot Agent, 901 Chestnut street.
Ticket Agent, 110 Market street.
SAMUEL 11. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot.
The Pennajlvaula Railroad Company will not M-
Biinie any risk for bHgago, oxcept for woaring ap
parel, and limit their responsibility to ono hundred
.1,,1!: ii :in value. All baggage exceeding that amount
in rvalue wiille at the risk cf the ownor, unless taken
by •poclal contract A. J. CASSAT
General Suporlntondeii., Altoona, Pa
fIIHE BALTIMORK~AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, TIIRRE
DAILY TRAINS will he run between Baltimore and
Wheeling and Parkerßburg, as follow* :
The MAIL TRAIN, for all way points, east of
Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun
at 8:00 A. M.; retNriiieg"will arrivo at Balti
latI at 6:05 P. li.
i 8 A. M-, T.ain connects with Strasburg and
•ontiurg via Manaßßaa Gap Railroad,
i FAST LINE will leave daily at 4P. It.; ra
ng, will arrive at Baltimoro a. 8:20 A. M
i CINCINNAT T EXPRES3 w I lenve Faltlmore
at 8:45 P. M.; reluming will arrifo at Balti
at 8:50 P. M
» WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG ACOMMO
[ON TRAIN -7111 leave Baltimore daily (exr*pt
ay 4) at 4:05 P. M,; returning will arrive at W;4O
ii MOUNT AIRY ACOOMOMDATION TRAIN
leave daily (oxcept Sunday*.) at 5:00 P. M. j ro
ug, will leave Mount Ally at 6:15 A. M, acd
c al, Baltimore at 8:30 A. M.
c ELLiCOTT'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20
~ daily (except Sundays); returning, w "'1 arrivo
FOR HAGERBTOWN AND FREDERICK,
rive at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:C5 p. m. I returning
arrive at 8:-0 and 10:10 a. m. and 5:05 p.m.
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. ' ,
aye Baltimore at 8.110 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. ; re
turning, will arrive at 10:40 a.m. and 5:05 p.m.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08,7, 8:10 and 11:30 a
m.,nnd 2, 3:50, 4:45 and 8:30 p. m.
T-.ir.ina leave at 0:45, 8:00 and 9:25 a. m. aod 12:45
2:50, 4:10, 5:40, 7:45 and 9 p.m.
Leave Baltimore at 7 aud 11:30 a. in. and 4:45 p. m
leave Washington at 6:45 and 9:25 a. in. and 4:10 p. in
SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08 and 8:10 a., m an
4:45 and 8:00 p. m.
Leave Washington at 7:25 a. m. and 2:51, 6 40, 7.4
aud 9 p.m.
: Tickets can be purchased at Ihe Offlco, No. 14
Weat Baltimore street, corner of Calvert, wher
1 orders can lo left for baggago to be called for, an
I which will bo chocked atpersou'a residenco.
For further Inforuiution, Tickela of evory kind
I Ac, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station
or at the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation.
Goueial Ticket Agent.
"PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. !
On end alter MONDAY, De'.emter 5, 1870, the
I train; on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will
I ran as follows : .
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia 9.41 P. M.
•' " " Williamsport 7.25 A. M.
" " anivoatErie 7 40 P.M.
Brie Express leavea Philadelphia 12.40 P.M.
" Williamsport 8.60 P. M.
•• " atl is vnt Erie 7.40 A.M.
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia 9 80 A.M.
•• " » Williamspolt 6.35 P. M.
*• " arrive at Lock Haven 7.60 P, M.
Mail Train leiivoa Erie 900 A.M.
" •• " Williamsport 10.05 P.M.
" " arrivo at Philadelphia 6.60 A. If. j
Erie Express leaves Erie 9. 0 I. M.
" " " Williamspolt 8.25 A.M.
'• " arrive at Philadelphia 5 30 P.M.
I RufTalo Expreßs leavea Williamsport 12.35 A. M
•• " " Milton 1 60 A. M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 940 A. M
Express, Mall and Accommodation, eaat and west, |
I conuect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mail
I and Accommodation eaat of Irvington with Oil Creek
and Alloglriny River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
I*J ORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TJIE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and
Wyoming Valleya, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern
and Interior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Rock* I
I ester, tho Great Lukes and the Dominion of Canada.
Takes effect November 21, 1870.
Fi'teen Daily Train* leave Passengi r Depot, cor-
I ncr Berks and American streets, (Sundays excepted)
7:00 a.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. ni. (Exrress) for Bethl.hem, Allentown, I
Mauch Clunk, Wilkeabiirro, Mahanoy City, Hazle- I
I ton, Pitt*too, Towanda, Waveriy, and Elmira, and in
connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falla, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, and all points in the Great West.
8:26 a. in. (Accommodatiou) for Doylestown.
9:45 a. in. (Express) for Bethlehem, Kaaton, Allen-
I town, Mahanoy City, Manch Chunk, Williamsport,
Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Scranten, Uackettstown,
ISchooley'a Mountain], and New Jersey Central and
1 Morris and Eaaex Railroads. '
11:00 a. m, (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1:1S, 6:20 aud 8:15 p ni. for Abington.
1:45 p. m. (Expresa) tor Bethlehem, Easton, Alleu-
I town, Mauch Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkesbarre,
Pittston and Haxletou.
2:30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Poyloatown.
At 3:20 p. or. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Coplay and Mauch I
4:16 p. m. (Mail) for Doyleston.
6:0r) p. in. for Rethlehein,f Eaaton, Allentown,
6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lanadale.
llrl.ti ii m (Accommodation) for Fort Washington, j
] Tho Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street
and Union Lines City Car* run to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at B:rrr>,'lo:3s a. in. ; 2:15, 6:05 and 8:25
Doyleston at 8:30 a. lv , 4:40 and 6:35 p. m.
LaUßdale at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Washington at 9:20,11:20 a. in., and 3:10 p. m.
Abington at 2:55, 6:55 and 9:3. p.m.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a. nc
Philadelphia for Doyleatowu at 2:00 p. m.
Doyleatnu for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. in.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. in.
Tickets aold aud baggag3 checked through to prin
cipal points,at Mium'a North Pennsylvania Baggage
Kxpress Office, No. 106 Sou th Fifth atreet.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THK UNITED
JL Statos, for the District of Virginia
In the matter of Chas. T Sherry va. t M Sherry,
To Whom It May Concern : —The undersigned,
John M. Hall, of Richmond, Va., hereby give* nolle*
of his appointment as assignee of the estat* of
P M Sherry, of Honrlco co'ty, In raid district, who
wu, on the 28th day'of Jan'y, 1871, adjudged a
bankrupt on the petition of Chas, F Sherry by th*
I-s ICIIMOND AND DANVILLB KAILROAD.—
K. CHANGE OF tOUFDIiLE—On and *fter J AN
*"_„ 2-1 1871.
Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) loaves Richmond 1
daily (except Sundays; at 4A. M.; leaves Dar.villa al I
11-12 A. M. J arrivo* at Greensboro' at 1:42 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich
mend dally at »:16 A.M.; arrives at Lynchburg at
Train No 6 (Through Mall and Ei press) leave
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M ; leave Danvil c dally
it 10,32 P. M.| arrive at Greensboro'at 1:05 A. M.
Hi UNO EAST :
Train No 6 (Through Mall and Expross) leave
Grrensboro' daily at 2A. M.; leave-Danville daily at
4 17 A M. - arrive at Richmond daily at 12:33 P. M,
Train Ho. 8 (Through Passenger) leave* Green*
bcro' dally (except Sundays) at 11 A. M.; leave Dan
ville at 1-35 P. M■ I *rriv« at Rlchmoud st 8:16 P. M.
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Paastnger) leave* Lynch
burg daily at 8:26 A.M.; leave* Bnrkeville at 1 P.
5 • anivesat Richmond at 4:05 P. M.
Ttaina Nob land 6 connect at Greenaboro with I
Tralna on North Caiolina Railroad for all point*
S °Train No. 3 connecta at Burkevlllo with Train on
Atlantio, Mississippi and Ohio Railroud lor all points
Houthwest and South.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS, without change,
between Richmond and Charlotte, North Carolina,
are attached to Train* No. 6 and 6.
THROUGH TICKETS o all points South and
Southwest can bo procured at the ticket office Iv
Richmond. JNQ> R MACMURDO ,
f e 2 Gemral Freight and Ticket Ag*nt.
«pUESAP*AKS AND OUI ° RAILROAD.
On aud after MONDAY, Dooembor 6th, 1870, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as follows:
MAIL TRAIN will run DAILY between Rich
mond and Staunton (except Sunday, between Gor
donaville and Staunton). Leave Richmond at 8a m.
aud arrive at Staunton at 4:28 p m. Leave Staun
ton at 8:59 a tv, and arrive at Richmond at 4:60 p m,
making close connections a. Gordonsville and Char
lotteav lie »ith Orange, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Aloxandila, Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia, New Yoik, Boßton. Sc; also tor
Lynchburg, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis, New
Orleans, Montgom-ry, Mobile, Ac. This traiu will
tun TRI-WEkKLY between StannUn and Whito
Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUR
DAY, viz: Leave White Sulphur at 3.30 am; and
arrive at Staunton at 8.38 a m; leavo Staunton at
4:33 p m, and arrive at White Sulphur a. 10 pm.
j Going West, passengers dine ut Gordonsville and
■up at Covington. Going East, breakfast at Staunton
and dire at Gordonaville.
I This train oonnects with stages as follows:
At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge and
! At Millboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 miles; aud
Warm Springs, 15 miles.
1 At White Bulphur Spriugs for I.owißburg, 9 mileß;
»nd Charleston, 109 miles.
THROUGH TICKETS issuod to all points North,
Wett and Southwest. . „„
JAMBS F. NETIIERLAND,
no 30 General 1 icket Agent.
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER TtlE SHORT LINE
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
I TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST AND NORTH-
Traln Na. I.—Through Ma„ Train, via. Wash"
| ington, leave Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
slreots, daily at 12:45 p m ; arrive In Richmond
dally at 2:20 p in.
Train No. »,—Through Mail Train, via, Wash
ington, leavea the Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
I streets, daily (Sundays excepted) at 8:45 p m ; ar
rives in Richmond (Monday* excepted) at 3:36 a m.
THPOUGU TICKETS and THROUGH BAOGAGE.
Check* to all tho principal points in tho North, East,
and Northwest. ' ~M h
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmonl ou WEDNES
DAYS aud SATURDAYS.
Th* ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond
aud Milford, will ruu dairy (Sundays excepted,)
leaving the depot, cornrr of Broad and Eighth
streets, at 4:30 p m, aud arriving iv Richmond at
8:50 a in.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
aud Eighth streets.
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
P. T. D. Mvsas, General (Superintendent lo 13—tr
RrOHHOND AND YOHK RIVEK RaILUOAD, "|
Superintendent's Office, >
Richmond, Va., Feb. 27, 1871. j
•"fUANGE OP SCHEDULE —RE-E3TABUBII-
\j m MENT OF DAILY LINE j
On and aftor Manday, 6th of March, 1871, He
Trains on thia road will run as follows : ]
PASSENGER TRAINS ■
Leave West Pcint dally at 9:00 a m
Arrive at Richmond " lt':6r> "
Leave Richmond " 2 00pra
Arrive at West Point " 3:65 •'
KHT TRAINS, WITH PASSENGER CAR
Richmond daily (Monday excepted) nt I n in
at West Point daily " " " 8 "
Leave Weat Point daily " " " 1 p ni
Arrive at Richmond daily " " " 5 "
Trains connect daily at West Point with lirßt-class
Steamers for Baltimore. Fare from Richmond to
Through Bills of Lading given to all points North
and South. Freight received daily and prompt'y
forwatded. H. T. DOUGLAS,
fo 28—tf Superintendent.
ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS
Ou aud after SUNDAY, January 29,1371, one doily
passenger train will run between WASHING 10.V
and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordoniwille with
tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad to Richmond,
Staunton aud the Virginia Springs ; at l.ynchbiug
for the West and Southweßt, aud at Washington, to
the North and Northwest.
Leave Washington daily at 6:55 a. m., and Alexan
ria at 8 a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 5:06 p m.
Leave Lynchburg at B:2sam,arrive at Alexandria
at 6:25 p ni, and at Washington at 6:15 p in.
Por MANASSAS LINE leave Washington daily
I (excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a m; brave Alexandria
at 11:20 a m, pass btrasburg at 4:20 p m, and arrive
at Harrisburg at 7 p m.
1 Eastward, leave Harrisonburg at 6:30 a in; pass I
Strasburg at 9.25 a m, arrive at Alexandria at I:sft
p in, and at Washington in tlm* lor connecting with I
tbe 3pm train from Washington to Baltimore.
Good , connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax atatlou ; I
to Middleburg from Plains ; to Upperville from I
Piedmont, and to Staunton from Harfiaonbnrg.
Both tho Eastward and Westward bouud trains I
make close connection at Strasburg with the Win- I
cheater and Strasburg Railroad to Winchester, Hal- J
por's Feny. Ac.
Elegant a:eeplng cars are run dally betweon New I
York and Lynchburg, without change.
Also, cars through between Haltmicro aud Ly och- I
burg, avoidiug the luconveuience ot transfer In I
Through tickets and baggago checked ts> n ! l prorai
m at points. J. M. BROADUS,
mh 7—tf General Ticket Agent.
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN
RICHMOND AND TIIE SOUTH, SOUTH
WEST AND NORTHWEST, VIA THE VIRGINIA
AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Groat Passenger Route is composed of the I
Richmond aud Danville railroad, Virginia aud Ten- J
nesaee Consolidated Railway Line, East Tennessee 1
and Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia
lailroad, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Mem
phis and Charleston railroad and other connections I
Passenger trains leave Richmond dally (Sundays
excepted) a. 9:15 a. m., making close connections I
throughout to Lynchburg and stations ou Soutbside 1
railrcarl, Bristol and Btatious on the Virginia and I
Tenuosaee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, 1
Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo- I
go, Caulon, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, At
lanta, Rome, Seluia, Macon, Columbuß and all point* I
South and Southwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago, |
Louisville, Jackaon, Tanneaseo, Cairo, St. Louia aud
all points North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
Now aud elegant sleeping cars on all night trains. I
Good eating houses aud anrple time for meals.
P lower than by any other route,
rurther iuformation, apply at the oflice of the I
ia aid Tennessee -Air-Line Railway, 1325 Vain I
or at the office of the Richmond and Danville
id. R F. WALKER,
E. ANURIA, LOUDOUN AND HAMPSHIRE
IMES ARRANGEMENTS, BEGINNING
APRIL 1, 1869.
RAIN'S DAILY (EXCEPT BUNOAY) BE
SBN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Alexandria at 8 a m and 5 pm. Leave
nat 6a in and 11.30 am. Leave Leesburg
m and 12.15 p in.
a m train Irom Alexandria and 11.30 a m
-in Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily
Coaohea for Purcellville, Snickorsville, Ber
tnJ Winchester; alao, with Reamer's Lin*
so*, which leavos Leesburg daily for Ball's
die, aud Middleburg. On and after June, 1
rtages will run dally to Capon Springs,
aln* arrive at Alexandria at convenient
r connections with Washington aud Balti
From Alexandria to
i $2 00 I Winchester J)J 00
l»P 2 25 | Ball* Mill 2 24
n 2 25 I Aldie 2 75
Hie 2 76 Middlebuig 3 26
I* 8 50 |
per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
i, Railroad or Kxpress, to care R. H. Haven
erul Attentat Alexandria, will be forwarded
road free of charge for commission,
utatlon tickets between Alexandria and
n, and all intermediate stations, at low
Karl trip tickete, good only for day of issue, be
Alexandria and Hamilton, and between lliose
termedlate prints, at reduced rates.
ly Generul Superintendent.
L HEADS, FOR TIIREH DOLLARS AMI) A
Uf a thousand at tbe JOURN A L JOB QIIIOI
LIAMP. CLYHK leave New York *very TUESDAY
and SATURDAY at 8 o'clock P. M , Horn Pier 21
North river ; leave Richmond every TUESDAY and
Close connections made with steam rs for al
Southern and Eastern ports.
D. .1. BURR, President,
WiSHirroT, m k Co., Agent*. Richmond, Va.
Pior 21 North river, New York. ap 4
COR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMINI! N STEAM-
V SHIP OiIMPANY.
The splendid new side wheel St'amslilps ISAAC
BELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA , HATTKRASand
NIAGARA leave Ne*• York for Norfolk, City Point
and Richmond every TUKSDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, atl o'clock P M.
Leave Richmond every lUISDAY, FRIDAY and
SUNDAY at high tide.
These Bhlp* are ontitely new, and were built ex
pressly for this route.
They have splendid salooua and state-rooms, and
the accommodations and attention are unsurpassed.
Goods shipped by this line aro landed regularly at
New York, on tlieCompany's covered pier, 37 North
River, withiu f.my eight hours. „__„
Insurance effected when orCereil. Nt a QUARTER
OF ONE PER CENT, et the office of tha company.
Freights for points beyond New York torwardod
with dispatch, and no charge made, ixcopt actual
J&S- For further Information apply to
JOHN W. WYA'IT, Agent,' "
Jy6— ts No. 3, Governor atreet.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
Co mm en (ring Monday, November 21st, 1870,
trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street
and Washington avenue, as rollows :
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays ex
cepted) for Baltimore, stopping ot nil regular
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware
Railroad Line, at Clayton wilh Smyrna Branch
Kailroad and Maryland and Delaware Bail
road, at Harrington with Junction and Break
water Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester
and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar wilh East
ern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with
J Wicomico and Pocomoke Railroad.
| Express Train at 11:45 a. m. (Sundays ex
cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stop
ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre de
Grace. Connects at Wilmington with train
for New Castle.
Express Train at i p. m. (Sundays except
ed), lor Baltimore and Washington, stopping
at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont,
Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk
ton,North East, Charlcetown, Perryville. Havre
I de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edgewood,
Magnolia, Chase's, and Stemmer's Run.
Nigbt Eipress at 11:30 p. m. (daily], for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Ches
ter, Thurlow, Linwood, Clsymont, Wilming
ton, Newark, Elkton,;North-East, Perryville,
Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk
will lake tho 11:45 a. m. train.
stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
Leave Philadelphia at 11 am, 2:30, 5 and 7
pm. The spm train connects with Delawaro
Railroad for Harrington and intermediate sta-
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a m, 2,1
and 7:15 p m. Tho 8:10 I m train will not stop
between Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p m train from Wilmington runs
daily. All other Accomodation Trains Sun
Trains leaving WilmiDglon at G:45 and 4 p
m., will connect at Lamokin Junction with tho
7am and 4:30 p m trains fur Baltimore Cen
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leavo Baltimore at 7:25 a ni, Way-mail.
9:35 a m, Express. 2:35 p m, Express. 7:25
p m, Express.
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping a
Magnolia, Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havre de
Grace, Perryville, Charleston, North-East
Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilming
ton, Claymont, Linwood and Chester.
Through tickets to all points west, south,
South-west, may bo procured at Tickot Office
828 Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel
where also staterooms and berths in sleeping
ears can be Becured during the day. Person
purchasing tickais at this oflice can have bag
gage checked at their residence by the Union
H. F. K.ENNEY, Superintendent.
P HILADF.LPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
Commencing BIONDAY, November, 21,1670. Pas
Sanger Trains will leave Proaident Street Depot a
Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Station
at I:2b a. m.
Express Train tot Philadelphia and New York a
6:35 a m.
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York a
Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and lutei
mediate Stations at 5 p. m.
] Expresß Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m.
Express Traiu for New York at 10:40 p. m.
j BUN DAY TRAINS.
For Philadelphia at 7:25 p.m. For Ne* York »
7:25 a. m. Train connects at New Castle Juoctio
with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, am
at Peiryvlllo for all stations on Philadelphia anr
Baltlmere Central Railroad.
9:25 a. ni. Train at Feirysillc for Port Deposit.
2:40 p. ni. Train at Poriysille for all Statloi,B o
Philadelphia anil Baltimore Central Railroad and a
Wilmington for Statlo: s on Irelaware Railroad b
tween Wilmington and Harrington.
Through Tickets maybe procured either at Presi
dent Btreet Doput, or at Ticket Olßce, No. 147 Balti
Secured aeata in the reclining hack car and 1.-:-rt
or btute rooms in sleeping cars procured at Bat
more street, cflko during the day. Ou appllcatltn
j 147 Baltimore atreet the Union Transfer Compan
will call for aud check baggage at private residence*
thus avoidfutr; the oonfusien unending the same a
i tbe depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
On aud after SUNDAY, December 4, 1870, Tral
will leave aa follows:
8:30 a. m.—Mail daily (except Sundays) for the We
and North to Buffalo nnd Niagara Falls.
12 40 p. m—Fust Line daily (except Sundays) for th
Woat and North lo Williamspol t.
7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West.
10:20 p.m.—Daily lor tho West. North to Buffal
Rochester. Niagara Falls a- d the Canadaa.
Trains for Western Mar.land Road at 8.30 a. m. an
Trains for Gettysburg at tS;3O a. m. and 12:40 p. m.
Trains for Hanover at Br3o a. m., |2:4U aod 3:30 p. m
Trains for Cumberlaul Vallay Road at 8:30 a. ni. am
12:40 p. m.
For York daily (except Similar, e)—3:3o pm,
For Parkton daily (except Sundays)- 6:30 n iv.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From the West and North—2:3o and 9:16 nm, 12:8
2:45 aud 6:15 p vi.
York Accommodation—l6:ls a m.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m.
For tickets to all points North and Woat, apply
Calvert Station and at No 9 North Culvert atreet.
ED. S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Agcut.
ALFRISI) R. FIBKE7
, Oeueral Superintendent.
V. S. Latest Orrms, 1
Washington, D. C, March 16th, 1871. j
r\H THK PETITION OF GEORGE p. PERRIN
\J of Richmond, Va., and James E.Boyle of Ne
York, N. V., praying for the ex'en&lon of a pate
granted to them on the 23d day of June, 1867 for
Improvement in Hydrants :—
It is ordered that Ihe testimouy in the caso
closel on tho 231 day of May next, that tho time f
Sling arguments and the Examiner's leportbeli
ited to tho 2d day of Juno next, and that Baid pet
tion be heard on tho 7th day of June next.
Auy person may oppose this extousion
-.., no , , „ M ' "• LEGaETT,
mn ii— lawdw Commissioner of Patents
_ D. S. PATEKT OFFIOX, )
WASBIKOrnn, fl. C., March loth ISTI I
ON THE PETITION OF JOHN lIAW'of Hano
ver oounty, Virginia, piaving for the' extension
of a patent granted to lrm ou tho 23d day of June.
1857, aud additional improvement* on tne 26th day
oi July, 1859, for an improvement in Picker Sawing
It is ordered that the testimony in the case be
closed 011 tllo a3d Ul4y of MaJr U( , xt )hit the tjme for i
nun* arguments and the Examiner's report he llui- :
ilea to the 2d day of June next and that said petition
be heard on the 7th day of June next.
Auy person may oppoto this extension.
nib 18—83w Commissioner of Patents.
N o ™.?,?, 0 AT Djiuned
AT OUIDOTcame from Switmrlaud about thirty
years sgo and settled iv Virgiuia. The last on* of
the name, a young lady, It is supposed, died about
nine yeura ago. It Is important lo ascertain ln wha
part ol V Irglnla the said family lived and died,
»im whether they left auy iuikb at law. Any per
son who will furulsh the subscriber with the nee**
Mry lnlr.rmation as to the realdenee and deaths of
the Unidot family will be suitably rewarded.
Vice-Contul for Sweden and