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Evening £tatc foutnal
SATURDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 29, 187 l"".
4_lU*-.*n,Tt;l*,lC &. HOnTICIIts-WRK
Potomac Fruit Grorrere' Aeeoel-tloni
At the April meeting of this association
the following interesting proceedings were
Before the regular business of the day
was entered upon, Mr. John B. Clagett,
of Brightwood, D. C, drew the attention
of the members present to some wlno of
his own making, desiring their opinion of
Its quality. After testing it, all joined in
pronouncing it a superior wine, and all
were surprised to find that it was made
from the blackberry. It is from the
"Lawton" berry, and strictly pure. Mr.
Clagett bas found a receipt that will pro
duce wine with a high flavor, and will tbe
coming season enter largely into its manu
THE QUINCE BUSH.
Dr. Darby handed in the following let
ter, and asked if the single stem system
was as objectionable as|the writer stale 1, as
ha had conceived it to be otherwise:
I occasionally read tbat to grow the quince,
and cause it to bear good crops, it should be
pruned to one single stem, and carefully thin
ned in the pruning of the top. Now such
practice bas, in tbe course of my observation,
resulted, nine times out or ten, in a complete
failure, tbe borer destroying, ere the cultivator
saw the single trunk, or blight gave iv death
blow. The quince being naturally a bush, if
so grown, and permitted to throw up three or
tour stems, crooked and irregular, with only a
taking not or shortening occasionally of cross
shoots, for the first two or three years, it bears
good crops, and needs no culture, after once
established, except to permit the grass or
weeds tbat surround it to remain there and de
cay, and to dress annually, lightly, with a
quantity of salt The twig blight and the
stem blight are both enemies of the quince;
but no remedy have I ever found, except my
knife, witb which I cut away the diseased
parts as toon at teen. I hare grown quinces
for a crop over thirty years, and waa bred to
their management in my father's grounda, and
I bare alwaya found good result! ia the buth
form, and fatal retults, after a few yeara, wbea
the grower attempted the tingle item tree
In answer, the fruit committee state
that the quince in its own nature is a bush,
and should be kept so, if one wishes to be
successful in raising the fruit merely thin
ning out cross branches. The ground
should be kept loose about the roots, and
not allowed to hare a tight sod over them,
as is very usually the case. They require
BUOCBSSFUL AND PROFITABLE FBUIT RAIS
Dr. E. P. Uowland read the following
paper on fruit raising:
We may be successful in raising fruit and at
tbe tame time not make it profitable, bnt we
cannot make it profitable without being suc
cessful. We may raise a large quantity of
fruit, but if it is poor in quality and unsaleable,
or if it is perishable and far from market, or
If il it even a good fruit and the market is
orerttocked, and it it of a kind that it not
saleable when dried and preserved in jars, it
will not be profitable. To ensure tuccess in
ttarting an orchard for fruit, the tract when
obtained from the nurtery should only be of
medium tize, with fibrout roots, and kept from
dying in trantit. When planted, the branchei
ahouid be trimmed down to a few bndt, and all
partt of injured roots removed with a sharp
knife. Tbe treet should be planted at the tame
depth that tbey grew in the nurtery, and the
roots tpread out in their natural position.
Tbe roott should be immersed in a tub of wa
ter jut previous to setting and the earth firm
ly pressed around them with tbe hand, to tbat
there will be no racant space. If the ground
is not in a condition t > bring a good crop of
corn, there should be some fertilizer mixed
with the earth around the roots, but not in exact
contact with them. No grass or grain tfaould
be raised io an orchard. Corn, potatoes, and
other hoed crops can be raised, without injury
to the trees, provided the fertility of the soil is
kept up by the application of manures. The
tame law governs in successful fruit raiting, at
regards cultivation, that governs a tuccetsful
corn orop. Further, it requires a knowledge
of the habit of the insects that prey upon the
tree and fruit of each rariety, and the best
methods of tbeir dettrnctioc. Knowledge, la
bor, attention and patient waiting will inaure
aucceas. Al regards my own experience at
Mount Vernon,! would aay that in tbe spring
of 1868 I planted two thousand peach trees.
They nearly all lired, and last year, the second
Sear from planting, I had over one hundred
tubels of peaches, and thia year, judging from
the good growth of tbe trees, and the appear
ance of tbem now in bloom, 1 shall hare fire
I think trees in this latitude will make fully
at large a growth in three yeart at they will
in four yeara iv central New York. I bare a
•mall pear and apricot orchard, tet in 1869,
that il doing well; and in the spring of 1870 I
- planted three hundred and fifty apple treet,
three hundred and fifty peach trees, and three
hundred and thirty apricot, plum and cherry
trees. Tbe apple and peach treet I obtained
from Friend Chalkiey Oillingham, of Acco
unt, Va., two milea below my farm. Not one
of tbe apple trees died, and but three of tha
peach treet. Tbe apricot, plum and cherry
treet came from a dittant nurtery, arrived in
bad conditiou, and one hundred and ten of
them died. Tbit tpring I am planting 1,100
mora apricot trees, the successlul fruiting of
which requires the most knowledge, care and
attention of any fruit raised in this latitude;
and whether I sball make it successful or net
dependt upon tbe future.
Messrs. Gilliogbam, King, Gray, and
Chamberlain spoke upon the necessity ot
keeping roots moist while being trans
planted and au undisturbed as possible.—
Especial care should be takes in preserv
ing the roots from being bruised in any
manner. Dipping roots in a liquid mix
ture of soil and cow manure is a good pre
caution. A good plan in setting out trees
is to drive a stake when the hole is dug
out, and then settling the route, around it
as the soil is put in. This answers partly
the purposes of the tap-root, and the ne
cessity of tying the tree to the stake is
In regard to the apricot, great di flioully
is found in its successful cultivation on ac
count of its early blossoming and of the
curculio. They should be placed on tbe
north side of a hill, house or fences, and
should be heavily mulched. If protected
by stakes, the pasturing of hogs and sheep
among them is a safe protection from the
curculio; and so is a band of cotton around
the tree about three feet from its base,
with the fibrous edge up and turned out,
witb perhaps some tar on it; but tar should
never come in contact with tbe bark of tbe
tree. It is sure death.
TBE SI l.t'HLlt CURB.
Prof. Taylor, in answer to a letter from
B. U. Smith, Esq., of Richmond, Va., who
desired to know if tbe application of sul
pher to the grape vine hal proved a suc
cess in tbe United States, as a preventive
against the growth of fuogi, stated that
the general impression of experienced vine
growers is that the "sulphur cure," so
called, is the best known. Oeneral Cap
ron, the present Commissioner of Agricul
ture, bas, during the last few months, in
stituted a series of microscopical investiga
tion*, and experiments to he made in rela
tion to the grjwth of fungi aod injurious
lntects, and it is to be hoped that a syste
matic aeries of experiments will be insti
tuted with the view of publishing the ie
suits of much investigation forthwith.
Vine diseases aro bnt little understood.
Tbe iaiportauce of the subject demands
full antl extended investigation. Any
well-defined, euctcaaful mode of preaerviug
tbe grape vine from premature decay
would s»ve Ihe country millions of dollars; ' ■
but reliable results aro not to be obtßined ' '
in a.month, not in two months. Yearß cf J
study are required, and that too by ono .
whose mind is imbued with tho importance t
of the subject. t
Cold comfort—eating ice.
A soft blow—a gentle breece.
The best bread source—work.
Labor in vain—a far-fetched idea.
The board of health—a plain diet. ,
A bad policy—one that bas run out.
The best substitute for silver—gold
A minister of the exterior—the tailor.
A constant gleaner—the tax-gatherer. ■
Wicked waste —burning a candle at j
What sport is like girls' gossip—dear- '
To rob a mail of his money is to wound j
bim in the chest. <
A poor equestrian should always keep ,
his eye on the mane chance. <
"Impressions of Greece"—Candle-drop
pings on the carpet.
Can a ship with two owners be called a '
Many flowers are very warlike in their J
disposition, and are constantly armed witb \
The Chinese in Alabama always say i
"goo by" when tbey go out of church dur- I
Why are you wrong in saying that my
sister's name is Mary? Becauso it's a lie
sir—l mean Eliza.
What is the difference between your
father and your doctor ? One whacks and
loves you, the other waccinruV* yon.
Come to Grief.—When does a cab
horse enjoy a melancholy pleasure V When
he can indulge in the luxury of Woh.
The most auspicious name yet made
public for a revenue collector is believed
to be that of tha new appointee in the
eighth (Ohio) district—Robb.
- The Hkioht of Sabratabiakism—*
Finding a bank-note on the pavement una
Sunday, and declining to pick it up
A welcome visitor.—"l could a tail un
fold." Could you ? Then lose not a mo
ment, but go instantly to Mr. Darwin. He
will be delighted to see you.— Punch.
Jim Fisk owns a laundry in Jersey city,
iv which he washes the linen of the Erie
road, but the ironing is done in a machine
shop. Judge Barnard and Mr. Field, it is
said, do the whitewashing for th? com
"Well, Turn," s«id a blacksmith to hia
apprentice, "you have been with me now
three months, and have seen all the dif
ferent points in our trade. I wish to give
you your choice of work for awhile."—
"Tbank'ee, sir." "Well, now, what part
of the business do you like best ?" "Shut
tin' up shop and goiu' to dinner, sir."
The following comment npon a prevail
ing fashion, by a little fellow whose second
birthday came with last spring's bird* and
blossoms, is worthy public appreciation.
Waking from a uap just as a favorite
aunt was at her toilet, he watched proceed
ings with much interest while she laid
aside clustering curls and massive braids,
and, finally, the wondrous chignon it
self. Little Charlie, with astonishment
and anxiety thoroughly depicted upon his
countenance, exclaimed, at this point:
"Aunty I will there be any hair left I" The
child's relief seemed great wheu be found
that a goodly abundance of luxuriant
natural tresses had been hidden under all
the extra amount required by the stern
decree of Fashion.
Clerk of the Huatluga Court of Peters
The following petition acd answer there
to will explain themselves, and at the same
time show that little justice can be ex
pected of the State judiciary wherever the
parties applying for relief are Republicans:
In Ibe Hustings conrt of the city of Petersburg,
State of Virginia :
To the Hon E. M. Mann, Judge of aaid court :
Your petitioners, residents of the city of
Petersburg, and State of Virginia, and legally
registered voters thereof, would most respect
fully present to your honor tbat heretofore), to
wit: On or about the 26th day of May, 1870,
an election was held iv said city of Peteraburg
for a clerk of the Hustings court thereof and
for other purposes, at wbicb said election one
T. L. Davis and one John C. Armstead were
candidates before tbe people of said city for
said office of clerk of the Hustings court of
said city of Petersburg, and tbat at said elec
tion, on said 26th day of May, 1670, the said
T. 1.. Davis was voted lor to till said office and
received 2,268 rotes, and that the aaid John O.
Armstead waa voted for to till said office and
received 1,895 votes; tbat the said T. L. Davis
baring received a majority of the rotes cast at
said election for said office, was by the commis
sioners of election, in aod for the city of Pe
tersburg, declared the duly elected ele'rk of the
Hustings court of said city, and a certificate to
that effect was issued by the said commission
ers of election to him, tbe ssid T. 1.. Davis.
That afterwards, to wit: On or about the
Ist day of July, 1870, the said John C. Arm
stead did commence proceedings in the Hust
ings court of tbe city of Peteraburg to contest
the right of tbe said T. L. Davis to qualify as
clerk of said court, whereupon, after a consid
eration of tbe matter, your honor decided that
notwitbatanding tbe said Armstead had re
ceived bat a minority of the rotes cast for
clerk ef said conrt at aaid election, that he,
the said John C. Armstead, was the duly
elected clerk or the said court, and whereupon
the aaid Armstead was allowed to and did qual
ify as such clerk, thus defeating the will of a
large majority of the legal rotera of said city.
Tour petitioners, therefore, on behalf
of themselves, as well as a majority of the
legal rotera of said city, feel themselves ag
grieved at said proceedings, aad respectfully
ask your Honor to declare tbe said office of
clerk of the Hustings Court of tbe city of Pe
teraburg vacant, aod issue a writ of election
to fill said vacancy, at tbe election to be held
in said city of Peteraburg on the 26th day of
And your petitioners will ever pray, Ac,
Franklin Wood, Jamea H. Piatt, Jr., VV. 11.
Lewis, William G. Pearse, A. K. Nichols, O.
8. Richards, J. A. West, John O. Lyle, Thos.
J. McCaleb, William S. Oroaby, It. tl. Ureene,
M. B. Tapley, C. H. Hamlin, J. H. Oliver,
P. G. Morgan, C. B. Stereas.
P-iKKsiiDhti, April 29, 1871.
The record of the Hustings conrt of tbe city
of Peteraburg, shows that al iv June term,
1870, a petition was dnly and regularly filer 1 ,
ia pursuance of the 69 section of an "act of tba
Oeneral Assembly of Virginia," entitled "an
act to provide for a general election," approv
ed May Uth, 1870, contesting the election of
Thomas L. Davis to tbe office of clerk of the
Hustings and Circuit courts of the aaid city on '
the ground that he was ineligible, not being '
posssssed of those qualifications which by the '
constitution and lawa of Virginia, are indis- i
peosible to the holding of any office ia said i
State; and, thereupon, after a full and fair
bearing of both petitioner and defendant by
able counsel, the court after maturely
considering the matters involved in sail con
troversy, was of opinion, from the facta dis
closed in the papers, and the law, that Thomas
I- Davia was not duly and legally elected to
the office of clerk of the Hustings and Circuit !
court of tha city of Peteraburg, at the elee>
tion held in said city on Ihe 26th day of May,
1870, be being intligibl* under ibe constitution f
and laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, s
and being alao of opinion, that John C. t
Armstead was duly and legally elected to 1
the said office, at the said election, he '
being tbe only eligible and lawful can- ".
didata before tbe people upon that day, '
and being alao of opinion, that said
Thomas 1.. Davit would sot be eligible to
said oflice within tbe time allowed him by law
to qualify, did award to the aaid John C. Arm
stead tbe certificate of election as clerk of said
conrt for tbe term of six years, commencing
the Ist day of July, 1870, and thereupon, the
laid Armstead qualified to tbe laid office aa
required by law, and has tinea that time and
ia now in the lawful exercise and discharge of '
the duties thereof. As, therefore, no vacancy I
in fact exists in said office, I have no power or '
authority to Issne tbe writ nf election prayed '
for in the within petition Bled before me the 1
28th day of April, 1871.
Edwin M. Mann,
Jttdjfe of tbe Huntings Court of the city of
CANDIDATBB FOR. IIFFICB,
CIIBSI'KRKIKI.ii COUNTY, VA.—Oitllsns and
voters of this county, having discharged the
dutiee or my office faithfully, I announce myself a* I
a candidate for tbe office of SHERIFF of this t "in- <
ty at the election to he held on the 4th THURSDAY i
IN MAY next. JAMES M. MOODY.
apt 6—ThAß2w i
TO MY FBLLOW-CITI-ENB OF CUESTBR
FIBLD COUNTY—Having heretofore been
honored by your confidence by being elected to the
offices of CLERK OF TUB CIRCUIT AND COUNTY
COURT of tbia couatv, which I now bold, and au
election to fill thoae office* having been ordered by
the Judge to be held In May next, I again offer raj
aell a* a candidate, and while I believe I have laltn
fully aad impartia'ly discharged my duties. I rail
with confidence upon yon for support.
ap 16-ThABSw NATHAN H. COGBILL_
'TiO THB VOTERS OF CHKeTERFIBLD COUN-
I TV—The Judge of tbia county having ordered
an election to be held In MAY NEXT, to fill certa'n
offices that were made vacant by tbe election of No
vember last being set aside, 1 announce myself a
candidate for the office of COMMONWEALTH'S AT
TORNEY for this county, and feeling assured that,
heretofore, I have honestly and Impartially dis
charged my duty, I most respectfully ask your sup
ap lA-MAB3W WM. AMUBRB.
inPURTAST IBFiVBIUE NOTICK.
ÜB. INTERNA'. REVENUE.—ASSESSOR'S
. OFFICE, lißli DISTRICT, VA., RICHMOND,
APRIL, 20th, 1871.
In t ompllance with provisions oi section 19 of the
Acts of Congreßß, approved June 30th, 1884, as
amended by subsequent acts, an l entitled "An act to
provide Internal Revenue to support the govern
ment, pay interest on the public debt and for other
r urposes," notice Is hereby given, tbat Ihe annual
list of taxes assessed by the Assistant Assessors of
the Third District of Virginia, will remain open for
tbe examination of all persona concerned, fur tbe
tr k d;a y s ,
, Irom date, at Thy OFFICB In tha CUSTOM- HOUSE,
on Bank street, in the
CITY OF RICHMOND,
at which place appeala will be received aud deter
mined, relative to any erroneous or excessive valua
tions, or enumerations made and taken by the said
All appeala must be made In writing, aud ahall
spocity the particular cauae, matter or thing, re-
Bpecting which a decision ia requeated,and ahall
moreover atate the ground or principle of error
No appeal ahall be allowed to auy person after he
shall have been duly assessed and the annual list
containing the assessment haa been transmitted to
the Collector of the Diatrict.
The Hat referred to embraces the i.dlowing*ftenia,
Income for the Year 1870,
SPECIAL TAXES (formerly licenses) DATED
FROM MAY lax, 1871.
Aar- The Third District of Virginia la composed of
the olty of Richmond and the counties of Hanovor,
Henrico, Goochland, Spotaylvaola, Stafford, Orange,
Louisa, Cnlneper and Rappahannock.
E. 11. SMITH,
ap 22—101 Assessor 3d Diet, of Va.
UNIT -II BTATEB INTERNAL COL
LECTOR'S OFFICE, San DISTRICT, VA.,
RICHMOND, Aran. 2iJTti, 1871.—1 hereby give notice
to all persons dealing In DISTILLED SPIRITS.
MALT LIQUORS, or TOBACCO, in the city ot Rich
mond and tbe county ot Henrico, that the special
tax tor the same must be paid at my office. In the
Cuatom-Houae, In the city of Richmond,
On or before the lat day of IW ay, 1811.
After that date all persons liable to tbe apodal tax,
and who have not paid tho aamo will be dealt with
according to law.
au 20—101 Collector 3d Diatrict of Va.
I.IBTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED STATUS
" for the Western District of Virginia—in bank
in the matter of Daniel P. Jonea, bankrupt.
Western District ot Virginia, is:
THIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That on the 19th day
of April, 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy waa issued
out of the Diatrict Oourt of the Uuited Statea fo
tbe Western Diatrict of Virginia againat tbe estate of
Daniel P. Jonea, of Thaxtooa, Bedford connty, in said
district, who bas been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition:—That tbe payment of any debts, and the
delivery ot any property belonging toaaid bank
rupt, to him or for hia use, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law :—Tbat a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt to prove
their debta, and choose one or more ussigneea of hia
eatate, will be held at a Court of Baukruptcy, to be
holden at Ablnfulon, Va., before H. 0. Glbbona, Eaq ,
Register in Bati-ruptcy for said Diatrict, on the Blh
day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
A. R GRAY,
ap 29—82w C. 8. Marahal for said District.
IBTBICT C'jURT OF THE UNITED STATES
for tbe Western Diatrict or Virginia—in bank
In the matter of Holton L. Muncy, bankrupt.
Western Diatrict of Virginia, ss:
THIS (8 TO GIVE NOTICE. That ou the 13th day
of April, 1871, a warrant In bankruptcy waa Issued
out nf the Diatrict Oourt of tbe Uuited State* lor
the Western District of Virginia, againat the estate
of Holton L. Muncy, of Seldon,f Bland county,
In said diatrict who haa been adjndged a
bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the
payment of any debts, and tbe delivery of
any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him
or for hia uae, and the transfer of auy property
by him are forbidden by law : That a meeting of the
creditora of the aaid bankrupt, to prove their debt*,
and chooae one or more assignees of his eatate, will
be held at a court of baukruptcy, to be holden at
Abingdon, Va., before It. C. Gibbons, Eaq , Register
In Bankruptcy for said District, on the 6th day of
May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
A. 8. GRAY,
ap 2«—92w U. 8. Marshal for said Diatrict.
IN THB DIBTRIOT COURT OF THB UNITED
SUtea, for tbe E-tern Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of David R Jones, bankrupt—lv
Eastern Diatrict of Virginia, ss:
Notice ia hereby given that a final meeting of the
creditors of the Baid David R Jonea, bankrupt, for
the purpoae ol declaring a dividend, will beheld at
Richmond, at tbe office of VV. W. Forbea, Eaq . one
of tbe Regiate-fl in Bankruptcy, lv said district, on
Monday, tbe 29th day ot May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A,
M., in accori'auce with the provisions of the 27th
and 28th aectlona of the bankruptcy act of March
Dated at Richmond, thia 29th day of April, 1871.
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
ap 2»—S2w Aaaignee.
IN THB DISTRICT OOURT OF THB UNITED
STATES for the Eaatern Diatrict of Virginia.
In th* matter of J L Parsons, bankrnpt—in
Eaatern District of Virginia, aa:
Notice is hereby given tbat a final lueetlug of
the creditora of the said J L Parsons, bankrupt,
for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will be held
at Richmond, at the office of W W Forbea, Esq., one
of the Iteglsteia fn Bankruptcy, in said district, on
Friday, the 2d day ot Juue, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
in accordance with tbe provisions of the '.7th and
28th aectlons of tbe bankruptcy act of March 2nd,
Dated at Richmond, this 29th day of April, 1871.
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
ap 29—82w Assignee.
IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
SUte* for the Eaatern Diatrict of Virginia.
Io the matter of L H Kej nalca. bankrupt—
Eastern District of Virginia, sa:
Notice 1b hereby given tnat a final meeting of
the creditor* of the said L H Renyalda, bankrupt,
for the purpoae of declaring a dividend will be be d
at Riot.mond, at tbeofile* of W. W Forbts, Esq,
oneof the Reaißtera iv Bankruptcy, In sold district,
on Thuraday, tbe lat day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A. _~ In accordance wlta. tbe provisions of tbe 27th
and 28th aectlons A the bankruptcy act of March
Dated at Richmond, thia 29tb day of April, 1871.
JOHN AMBLER SMITH,
ap 29—82w Asiigoee.
IN Tnß DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
States t r the Eastern District of Virginia.
In tbe iuii. lei of Sterling P Thrower, baud rapt—
Eastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice la hereby given that a final meeting of th*
creditora of tbe aaid Sterling P Thrower, bankrupt,
for the purpoae of declaring a dividend, will be held
at Richmond, at tne office ol W W ForbM, Fag , on* of
the Registers Iv Bankruptcy, In aaid district, on
Thursday, ihe 27th day of May, 1871, at 10 o olook
A. M„ ia accordance witb tbe provisions of the 27tb
and asth sections of tbe bauktuptcy act of March
Dated at Richmond, tb* 29th day of April, 1871.
JOHN AMBLEII SMITH,
ap 29-42* Assignee I
HASiKIIIpT MUTICKB. ,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
STATES, for tha Weatern District of Virginia.
In tha matter of Charles Fippa, bankrupt
To Whom It May Concern : —The underaigned.
Win Page, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virginia,
hereby give* notico of hia appointment aa aaaignee of
the estate of Charles F<pps,uf Sraythe county. In said
diatrict, who waa, on the 2d day of March, 1871,
adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition by the Dia
trict Court of aaid diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, V*., April 28,1871.
ap 28-F3w WM. PAGE, Aaaignee.
IN THK DISTRICT OOURT OF TUB UNITED
STATES, for tbe Weatern Diatrict of Virginia.
In tb* matter of Benjamin Redpath, bankrupt-
To Whom It May Concern:—Th* undersigned,
Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virginia,
hereby givea notice of hia appointment a* asaigueo
of the eßtate of Benjamin Redpath, of Pulaski co'ty,
in aaid diatrict, who waa, on the 2d day of March
1871, adjudgod a bankrupt on his own petition by
tiia District Court of said diatrict.
Dated Abingdou, Va., April 26,1871!
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
States for tbe Western Dlßtrlct of Virginia.
In tbe matter of Michael Wlseiey, bankrupt—ln
To Whom It May Concern:—Tha undersigned, Wm
Page, of Abingdon, Washington co., Va., hereby gives
notice of his appointment as asaigove of tb*
eatate Of Michael Wlaeley, of Wythe county. Vir
gin*, In aaid diatrict, who was, on the 2d day of
March, 1871 adjudged a bankrupt on Vis own
petition by the Diatrict court of said diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,18 U.
ap 28—F3w WM. PAQB. Aaaiguee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for the Weatern Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Jamea McJtaaee, bankrupt
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm
Page, of Abingdon, Washington couuty, Va , hereby
givos notice of his appointment as assignee of tbe
estate of Jamea McJesaee, of Wise county, In
aai I diatrict, who waa, on the 2d day of March,
1871, adjudged bankrupt on hia own petition by the
Diatrict Court or said diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, Va , April 26,1871.
ap2B—Fßw WM. PAGE, Aaaignee.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for tbe Western District of Virginia.
In tbe matter nf Martin G Garrett, bankrupt
To whom it May Concern :—The uuderaigned,
Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington c'ty, Va., here
by givea notice of b<a appointment aa aaaignee nf the
eatate of Martin G Garrett, of Russell couuty, Va,
In said district, who vaa, on the 2d day of March,
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition
by the District aeurt of said diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,18f1. 1
ap 28—F3w ___JLi__________.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF Tnß UNITED
STATES for tha Weatren District of Virginia.
In the matter of Henry M Spangler, bankrupt—in
To Wli.'iu It May Concern:—Tha undersigned,
Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington o'ty. Va., here
by gives notice o. nis appointment aa aaaignee of the
eatate of Henry M Bpang'er of Bland connty, In
siid district, who w.», on the 2d day of Manh,
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition by
the Diatrict court of said diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871.
ap 28—12* WM. P»GB, Assignee.
IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
Statea, for the Weatern Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of John A Garrett, bankrupt
To Whom It May Concern :—The underaigned, Wm
Page, of Abingdon, Waahington connty, Va., hereby
give* notice of hia appointment aa aaslgnee of the ea
tate of John A Garrett, of Ruaaall county, In aaid
diatrict, who waa, on the 2d day of March, 1871,
adjudged a bankrnpt on hia own petition by ths Dia
trict Court of said diatrict.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 28,1871.
ap 28—F.lw WM. PAGE, Asalgne*.
TN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
1 STATES, for the Western Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Boiling Hawthorne, bankrupt
To Whom it May Concern :—The underaigned, Wm
Page, of Abingd'<u, Washington couuty, Va. hereby
givea notice of hia appointment as aaaignee of the ea
tate of Boiling Hawthorne of Pulaski county, fn aafd
diatrict, who was, on the 2d day of March, 1671,
adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petition by tbe Dis
trict Court of aaid district.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871.
ap 26-F3W W M. P AGB, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED
X STATEB for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of William D. Bartlett, bankrupt—
To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned,
Samuel Heflebower and John S Fowler, both of Alex
andria county, Virginia, hereby give notice of their
appointment as assignees of tbe eatate of William D.
Bartlett, of Frederick county, in the Western Dia
trict oi Virginia, who waa,on the 27th day of Jan'ry,
1871, adjudged abinkrupt on hia own petition by
tbe Diatrict Court of Bald diatrict.
Dated April 22d, 1871.
JOHN 8. FOWLER,
ap 24-M3w Assignees.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
Statea, for the Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Michael Airhart. bankrupt—in
To Whom it May Concern :—The underaigned,
Wm ii AUderdice, oi Richmond city, Virginia, here
by give* notice ot his appointment a* aaaignee of th*
eatate of Michael Alrbart, of Roanoke c ly, tn said
diatrict, who waa, on the 10th day of March, 1871,
adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition by tbe
District Court of aaid diatrict.
Dated Richmond, April 21, 1871.
WM H ALLDERDICB,
ap 21—F3w Aaslgnee
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITEB
States for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of James A Watson, bankrupt—
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
P W McKenuey, of Prince Edward co'ty, Va., hereby
gives notice of his appointment as aaaignee of the
estate of Joa. A Watson, of Prince Edward c'ty, In
aaid diatrict, wbo waa on the 4th day of February,
1871, adjudged bankrupt on hia own petition by
the Diatrict Court of aaid diatrlrt.
Dated Farmville, April 21,18 a.
ap 21—F8w P W MoKINNBY, Assignee.
IN THE efSTRIOT OOURT OF THE UNITED
Wta.es lor tno Eastern Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of H M Malbnrn, bankrupt—in
-astern Diatrict of Virginia, ts :
You are hereby notified tbat a second general meet
ing of the creditora of the aaid bankrupt, will be
held at Norfolk, In aaid diatrict, ou the 11th day of
May, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at the office of Benj". 1!.
Foster, Esq., oue of tha Reglateia In Bankruptcy in
said district, for the purpoeea named in the 27th and
2Hth sections of tbe bankrupt act of Marcn 2d, 1667.
L'ated at Norfolk, Va , tbe 20th day of April, 1871.
ap 21—F2w F M WHITEHURBT, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of L D Bradley, bankrupt—ln
To Whom it may concern:—Tbe underaigned, Wm
H AUderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives
notice of b_ appointment aa aaaignee of the estate of
L D Bradley, of Henrico county. In said district,
who was, on tbe 10th day of March, 1871, adjudged
a bankrupt on hia own petition by the Diatrict
Court of Bald district.
Dated Richmond, April 21,1871.
WE H ALLDERDIOE,
ap 21—F3w Aaaignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
STATES, for tbe Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of D W Moseley, bankrupt—in
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN—
The underaigned, Wm. 11. AUderdice, of Richmond
city, Virginia, hereby givea notice of bia appoint
ment as aaaignee of tb* eatate of D W Moseley, of
Henrico couuty, in said district, who waa, on the
10th day of March, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt on
hi* own petition by tbe Diatrict Court of said Dis
Dated Richmond, April 21, 1871.
ap 21-F3w WM H. ALLDERDICB, Assignee.
IN the District Court of th* United Statea for tbe
Eastern Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter of Alvey, Coale A Co. va. Aaron
Bruno, bankrupt—ln bankiuptcy.
To whom it M-y Concern: —The underaigned, Drn
ry Wood aud O D Flshburne, of Charlotteaville, Va.,
hereby givo notice of their appointment aa aaaignees
of the estate of Aaron Brunn, of Charlottesville,
Alhemarle co'ty, in Bald district, who was, on the
24th day of February, 1871, adjudged a bankrnpt
upon the petition of Alvey, Coale A Co. by the Dis
trict Court <or the Eastern District of Virginia.
Dated at Charlotteaville, Va.. April 13th, 1871.
O D FISIIHURNK,
ap 14—law3w Aaaignee*.
IN THE DISTRICT OOURT OF THE UNITE
STATES for tbe Diatrict of Virginia.
In the matter ot Thomaa If Brown, bankrupt—ln
b in it ruptcy.
By a decree in the above ault, rendered on iho 12th
t'ay of M-v, 1870, tbe underaigned, aa Special Com
ailsaloner of aaid court, fa required to take an ac
count of all tbe Ileus, with their priorities, on tb*
real estate of said bankrupt; and be baa, according
ly, fixed upon WKDNKSDAV, tbe 10th day ol May,
1871, as the time for takingaaid-account,at his office,
In the town of Danville, Va, to be continued from
day to day till completed; at which time and place
the creditors of said bankrupt holding Hens ou his
real estate are notified to attend, prepared to prove
their respective 11 na.
illveu under my baud, thia 12th day ot April, 1671.
WM M MOSELEY, |
ap 14—lawlw Special CWmlselonar.
1 ) RNNSYI.NAim~O--1-_ITRA__KOAf
After 8 P. M., SUN DAT, Dec. 4, 1870, th* trains cf
the f'onnsjlvania Central Railroad leave the Depot,
at Thl-ly.fli-st and Market streets, which Is readied
directly by the Market street can, the last car con
necting with each ttain leaving Front and Market
atreeta, thirty mtuutea befnre Ita departure Tbe
Cheatnut and Walnut etieet cara run within one
aqnare of the He not.
Sleeping Car Ticketa cau be bad on application at
the Ticket Olßio, northwest corner of Ninth and
cl,i -ti,in streeta, and at tbe Depot.
Agents of tne Union Transter Company will call for
and ttelivor baggage at the Depot. Orders left at No.
201 Chestnut street or 118 Market atreet, will receive
TRAINS I.BAVB DBPOT, VIZ :
Pitlaburg Expreaa 12:11 A.M.
Lock Haven and KlniiraKxprea* 9:40 "
Poall Accom 10:10 A. M. and 1:10 and 7:10 P. M.
Fast Line .12:40 M
Erie Express 12:40 "
Harris!,urn Accommodation 2:60 "
Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 "
P*iker«borg Train 6.60 "
Cincinnati Express 8:00 *'
Erie Mall and Buffalo Express 0:60 "
Pacific Express 10.00 "
Way Passenger..„ io'jjo »
Brie Mall leaves daily, running on Saturday night
to Williamsport only On Sunday night passengers
will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati and Pacific Bxpreas leaves daily. All
other tralna dally, i zeept Sunday.
The Weateru Accomodation Train runs daily, *x
capt Sunday. For thia train ticketa mutt be pro
cured, and baggage delivered by 5 P. M., at US Mar
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
M.; arrives at Paoli at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No.
2 leaves Phlladtlphla at 6:10 P. M.. arrives at Paoli
at 7:40 P.M. '
Sunday Train No. 1 leavea Paoli at 6:60 A. M.; ar
rive* at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Bunday Train
No. 2 leavea Paoli at 4:60 P. M.; awive* at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Express J ; io A. M.
Philadelphia Kxpress 7:00 "
Erie Mall 7;(jo «'
Paoli Accom 8:20 A.\ M., 3:60 and 6:40 P. M.
Parkersburg Train 9:00 A.M.
Fast Line, Buffalo Train 9:60 "
laacaater Train 12:00 noon.
ErteKxpress 6.46 P.M.
Lock Haven and Kluiira Kxpress 6:46 "
Pacific Express 3 : 25 "
Southern Kxpress 6:46 "
Ifarriaonbnrg Accommodation 9:40 "
For further Information, apply to
JOHN F. VAN-818, Jr.,
Ticket Agent. 901 Chestnut Btreel.
Ticket Agent, 116 Market street.
SAMUBL II WALLACE.
■ Ticxet Agent at the depot.
I)HILAOKLPHIA AND ERIK KAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY. Dei-ember 6, 1870, the
tralna ou the Philadelphia ami Brie Railroad will
run aa followa:
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia 9.41 P.M.
' Williamsport 7 26 A.M.
" " arrive at Erie 7 40 P.M.
Brie Express leavea Philadelphia 12.40 P. M.
Williamsport S 60 P. M.
" " arriveatßrle 7 40 A.M.
Elmira Mai] leaves Philadelphia 980 A. M.
Willlamaport 0.36 P. M.
" " arrive at Lock Haven 7.60 P. M.
Mall Train leavea Erie 900 A. M
" " " Wljkunaport 10 05 P. M
" " arrive at Philadelphia 660 A. M.
Erio Expreaa leaves Brio 9. 0 P. M.
" " " Willlamaport 8.25 A. M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia. 630 P. M.
Buffalo Express leaves Willlamaport 12.36 A M
" " '' Milton 160 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia. 940 AM
Expreaa, Mail und Accommodation, eaat aud west,
connect at Corry, aod all west bound tralna and Mail
and Accommodation eaat of Irving;on with Oil Creek
and Alleghany Blver Rsllroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
YOUTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THB SHORT MIDDLE KOOTB to the Lehigh and
Wyoming Valleya, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern
and Interior Naw York, Elmira, Buffalo,Corry, Roch
eater, the Great Lake* and the Dominion of Canada.
WINTER ARR AN OK MEN T.
Takea effect November 21, 1870.
Ft'teen Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor
ner Berka and American streets, (Sundays excepted)
7.00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At7:36a. m. (Exrress) for Bethl hem, Allentown,
Mauch Guunk. Wllkeabarra, Mahanoy City, Uaele
ton, Pittaton, Towanda, Waver-y, and Elmira, and in
coinectlon witn the ERIK RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, and all poiuts In the Great West.
8:V0 a. in. I Accommodation) for Doyleatown.
9:15 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Faston, Allen
town, Mahanoy City, 11 a nth Chunk, Williamsport,
Wilkesbarre, Plttston, Snranten, Hackettatown,
IScbooley'a Mountain), und New Jersey Central and
Morris and Essex Radroude.
I' :00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Waahington.
1:16,6:20 and 8:16 p m for Abington.
1:46 p.m. (Express) tor Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mauoli Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkesbarre,
Pittaton and Hazleton.
2:30 p. in, (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
At 8:20 p. m. (Betblohem Accommodation) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentoirn, Coplay and Mauch
4:15 p. m. (Mall) for Doyleston.
.1:0') p. in. for Bethlehem,] Easton, Allentown,
6:20 p. in. (Accommodation) for Lansdale.
. 11:S0 p. ni (Accomuindatiou) for Fort Waahington.
The Fifth and Sixth atreet, Second and Third atreet
and Union Linea City Cara run to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:55,10:36 a.m.; 2:15, 6:05 and 8:25
Poyloaton at 8:30 a. in., 4:40 aud 6:36 p, in.
Lanadalo at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Waahington at 9:20,11:20 a. in., and 2:10 p, m.
Abington at 2:36,6:56 and B:.'i, p.m.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a. m.
Philadelphia for Doyleatown at. 2:00 p. tn.
Doyleston for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. hi.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. tn.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to prin
cipal points, at Mann's Nor»h Pennsylvania Baggage
Expreaa Office, No. 106 South Fifth street.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
W I: Wade, (itami Chancellor; Llngau B. Allen,
Vice Orand Chancellor ; 11. O. O. Uartman, G. R.
andO 8.; J. B. Vaughau, tl. Banker. Repreaenta
tivea to the Supreme Lodge—W. U. Wade, D. W.
Bohanou, William J. Tyson.
SUBORDINATE LODGES. '
Virginia Lodge, So 2, meeta every Monday night in
Pythian Hall. W. V. Glazebrook, W. O.
Old Dominion No. 4, meeta every Tueaday
nlgbt in Pythian Hall. 0. E. Wlngo, W. C; O.
W. Macfarlane, K. 8.
Syracuse Lodge, No. 6. meets every Friday night in
Marahall block. J. McCarthy, W. o.j Dr. Jenifer
Oarnett, 11. 8.
Damon L- due, No. 7, meeta every Friday night, at
Maaon'a hall, Twenty flit- atreet. O. Watt Taylor,
W. C; T. Wiley Davis, B. 8.
Marabull Lodge, Ho. 12. meeta every Thuraday night,
at tl.ulr hall corner Second and Broad atreeta.
Charles Epps, W. O.
Richmond Lodge, No. 12, meeta every Thursday
night In Pythian Hall. M. P. Handy, W. 0.; J. P.
Wood, R. 8.
Qermanla Lodge, No. 15, meeta every Tueaday niaht
in Marshall block. Chas Duutker, W. 0.; Charles
T. Lobr, K. 8.
Hinea Lodge, No. 17, meats every Wednesday night In
Pythian Hall. W. 0. Carrinston, W. 0.; W.J.
Blddick, R. B.
Friendship Lodge, No. 20, (Manchester), meets In
Engine Houae every Thuraday night. E. B. Oar
doaa, W. C; W. R. Gary, R. 8.
rpO ALL THK CREDITORS OF W. W. KEEN,
1 AB Al.Su THOSE OF WM. G. CLAIBOitNB
CLAIMING AND ASSERTING LIENS AGAINST
TUB REAL PROPERTY SURRENDERED BY SAID
OLAIBORNIS AT THB TIME OF HIS BANK
Pursuant to au order anlerad on tha 6th day of
April, 1871. In tha District Court of the United Statea,
In the matter of bankruptcy of William 0. Ciai
borne, notice is heieby given to all the creditors of
the said Claiborne, or W. W. Keen, wbo claim to
have liens on the real estate surrendered by said
Claiborne in bankruptcy, that tb* 13th day of May,
1871, and the oflice of John F. Cobbs, in Danville,
Va., haa been designated by the said District Court
aa the tun* and place at whicb the aaid creaitora, or
any of them who de'ire to do so, shall appear and
show cause, If any tbey can, why the sale of aaid
real estate made to Sum'l C. Tardy rbuuld not be
continued, and the title to the same be conveyed
without eucumbraoce to him.
ap 20—Tb 1 w THOS. K. COBBS, Asalgaee
IN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for tbe Eaatern Diatrict ot Virginia.
In the matter uf Madlaon Eocheaon, a bankrupt
At Yorktown, Va., thia 27 th day of April, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MA* CONCERN :
Pleoae take notice, that a petition baa been pre
sented to th- H. n .11. Waterman, one of tbe tteg
ters of aaid Diatrict Court, lo Bankrupt)', by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of tbe eatate of said bankrupt,
to aell tbe real est its belonging to said baukrupt,
tree In in all liens and encumbrancea thereon. i
This ia to give notice to all persons interested, i
that In tbe terras of aaid petition an order has been j
issued by the Register aforesaid, for all persons wbo i
may be Intoreated in aaid estate, ti appear before
tbe said Regiater, at hia office, In Yorktoka, on tbe
Slh day of May, 1871, at 1 o'clock M, and show cause,
If any tbey have, why aucb older should not be '
apSS-.'.w JACOB COHN, Assignee
f \ UESAFEA-B AND OHIO -t__MK>__."~ '"*
On and after SUNDAY, April 30th, PASBEN3ER
TRAINS loave Richmond (Sundays excepted) aa fol- t
8,30 A. M—MAIL TRAIN for Staunton, con- '
necting at Gordonsvill* with Orange, Alexandria
and Manassas train for Washington and North, and
Lynchburg and South. .
Tbis train will run throngh to White Sulphur
Spring* TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR
3i35 P- M.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for
SUNDAY TRAIN leavea at 830 A. M- fcr Gordons
ville, connecting for the North aud South.
THROUGH TICKETS, at low rates, aold to all
pointa North, West and Suii'bweat.
Farther Information may bo obtained at the com
pany 'a office*. A.H.PERRY,
General Superintendent. '
.' mi"i F. Nuaxautin,
General Ticket Agent. ap 29
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD —
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.—On and nfte
Train No. I (Throngh Paesenger) leavea Richmond j
dally (except Sundays] at 4 A M.; leavea Dat ville at
11:03 A. M.; arrive* at Greensboro' at 1:52 P. 81.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich
mond daily at 9:16 A. M-; arrive* at Lynchburg at
Train No. 6 (Through Mall and Express) leave
Richmond dally at 2:40 P. M ; leave Danvll c daily
at 10.22 P. M.; arrive at Greonsboro' dally at 18:60
GOING EAST i
Train No. 6 (Throngh Mall and Expreaa) leave
Greenaboro' dally at 2AM; leave Danville dally at
4:30 A. M.; arrive at Rlchmoud daily at 12:30 P. M,
Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens
boro' dall) (except Sundays) at 11:06 A U; leave Dan
ville at 1:27 P. M. i arrive at Richmond at 8:16 P. M.
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Lynch
burg daily at 8:30 A. M.; leaves Burkeville at 1 P.
M.; arrives at Richmond at 1:00 P. M.
Trams Nos. 1 and 6 connect at Greenaboro'with
Traina on North Carolina Railroad for all pointa
Train No. 8 connects at Buikevllle with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Kailroad for nil points
Sotuhwest and Sonth.
THROUGH TICKETB to all points South and
Sonthwest can be procured at tbe ticket office in
4®" Papers that have arrangements to advertl.e
the schedule cf this company will please print as
JNO R. MACMURDO,
ap 16 Geueral Freight and Ticket Agent.
BCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINE
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
TO ALL POINTS NORTU, EAST, AND NORTH
Train No. I,—Tbrough Mall Train, via. Waah
ington, leave Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
atreeta, daily at 12:45 p iv ; arrive in ltl.-bnu.iid
daily at '-.II p m
Train Bio. 9,—Through Mail Train, via, Wash
ington, leavea tbe Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
atreeta. dally (Sunt aya excepted) at 8:45 p in ; ur
rlvea in Richmond (Mood ai s excepted) at 8:30 a in.
THROUGH TICK KM and THROUGH BAGGAGE.
Checks to all the principal pointa in the Nortb, East,
FREIGHT TRAINS leavo Richmond on WEDNES
DAYS and SATURDAYS.
The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond
and Milford, will run dally (Snndaya excepted,)
leaving the dopot, corner of Broad and Eighth
st-eeta, at 4:30 p in, and arriving in Richmond at
8:50 a m.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
ami Eighth atreeta.
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
E. T. D. Mxaaa, General Suparlutendent te 18— tf
RICHKOND ABO Yoiik fiITSB UxiLnoiii, )
SurißiHl-NOXHT's Office, V
IticiiuoM., Va., Feb. 27, 1871. j
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE —RE-SSTABLISU-
MENT OF DAILY LINE
On and after 51m lay, 6th of March, 1871, tbe
Tralna on thia road will ruu a* follow*:
Leave Weat Pcint daily at 9:00 a ni
Arrive at Riohmond '• 1n:65 "
Leave Kichmund " 2 00pm
Arrive at Weat Point " 5:66 ■•
FREIGHT TRAINS, WITH PASSENGER CAR
Leavo Richmond dally (Monday excepted) at 4 a m
Arrive at Weat Point dally " '• " 8 "
Leave West Point daily " " "Ipm
Arrive ut Richmond dally " '* "6 "
Traina connect dally at Weat Point with Brat class
Steamers for Baltimore. Fare from Richmond to
Through Bills of Lading given to all points North
aud South. Freight received dally and promptly
forwarded. H. T. DOUGLAS,
fe 28—tf Superintendent.
ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS
On and after SUNDAY, January 29.1571. one daily
passenger train will run between WASHINQION
and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordonsville with
the Chesapeake and Ohio Railrcad to Richmond,
Btauntou and the Virginia rpringe ; at Lynchburg
for the West and Southwest, aud at Washington, to
tbe North and North west.
Leave Washington dally at 6:56 a. —t.. and Alexan
rla at 8 a. in., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:05 p m.
Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 am,arrive at Alexandria
at 6:24 p ni, and at Waahington at 6:16 p m.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Waahington daily
(excepting Sunday)at 10:30 a in; leave Alexandria
at 11:20 a oi, pass r-trashing at 4:20 p in, and arrive
at Harrisburz at 7 p in.
Eastward, leave Harriaonburg at 6:80 a iv; paaa
Straaburg at 9.26 a m, arrive at Alexandria at 1:50
p m, and at Waahington in time for connecting with
the 3pm train from Washington fo Baltimore.
Good .connection*, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court Houae from Fairfax station ;
to Middleburg from Plain*; to Uppervllle from
Piedmont, and to Staunton from Harriaonburg.
Both tbe Eastward and Weatward bound trains
make close connection at Strasburg with the Win
chester and Straaburg Railroad to Wincbeiter, Har
per's Ferry, Ao.
Elegant sleeping cars ara run dally between New
York and L>ncbburg, without change.
Alao, cara through between Baltimore and Lynch
burg, avoiding the inconvenience of transfer in
Through tickets and baggage checked t* all promi
nent pointa. J. Ji. BROADUS,
mh7—tf Oeneral Ticket Agent.
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN
RIOHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH
WEST AND NORTHWEST, VIA THE VIRGINIA
AND TKNN-88EB AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
Tbia Great Paasenger Route is compoaed of tbe
Richmond and Danville railroad, Virginia and Ten
nesaee Consolidated Railway Line, Eaat Tennessee
and Virginia railroad, East Tenneasee aud Georgia
■ ailroad, Nashville aud Chattanooga railroad. Hum
phis and Charleston railroad and other connections
Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Snndaya
excepted) at 9:16 a. in., making close connections
throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Bontbside
railroad, Bristol and stations on the Virginia and
Tennessee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth,
Grand Junctiou, tfemphta. New Orleans, Chattanoo
go, Canton, Jackson, Vlcksutirg, Mobile, Dalcon, At
lanta, Rome, Selma, Macon, Columbus and all point*
South and Southwest, Naanville, Columbus. Chicago,
Louisville, Jackaon, Tenneasee, Cairo, St. Lonia and
all pointa North aad Norlhweat.
Through ticketa good until need.
Baggage checked tbrough.
New and elegant Bleeping cara on all night trains.
Good eating houses and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by auy other route.
Fer further Information, apply at tb* office of the
Virginlaaud Tennessee Air-Line Railway, 1526 Main
street, or at the office of the Richmond and Danville
railroad. R. F. WALKKR,
ALEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AKD HAMPSHIRE
SUMMER ARRINOBMKNTS, BEGINNING
APRIL 1. 1X69.
two trains daily shnday) be
tween ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leave Alexandria at « a in and 6 pm. Leave
Hamilton at 5a m and 11.30 am. Leave Leesburg
at 6.26 a m aud 12.16 p m.
Tbe 8 a ra train from Alexandria and 11.30 a m !
train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily
Line of Coaches for Purcellville, Snickersvtlls, Ber
ryville, and Winchester ; alao, with Reamer's Una
of Cuacbm, which leave* Leesburg dally lor Ball's
Mill, Aldie, and Middleburg. On and after June,
twenty stagea will run dally to Oapon Springs.
All traina arrive at Alexandria at convenient ,
hour* for connections with Washington and Balti
more the same day.
From Alexandria to
Leesburg t't 00 1 Winchester Ai 00
Clark'* Gap 2 25 | Boll* Mill S 26 t
Hamilton I 26 i Aldie * 76 I
Purcellvlll* 2 76 Middleburg S 26 t
Perryville 3 60 |
Goods per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore '
ataunera, Railroad or Express, to care R. H. Haven- '
ncr, Oeneral A gent at Alexandria, will be forwarded
over tbe road fiee of charge for commission.
Commutation tickets between Alexandria and ,
Hamilton, aud all intermediate stationa, at low
Round trip tickets, good only for day of Issue, be
tweeu Alexandria and Hamilton, and betwsau thos* !
and intermediate puints, at reduced rates.
Je I —ly General Superintendent I
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having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has a
simple means of aell cure. whicb be will aend free to
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CUTLER BEOS. A 00., Boston.
I XT X A in SHIPS
TTIROINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Tha steamships GEOROB P. UPTON and WIL
LIAM P. CLYOK leave New York every TUESDAY
and SATURDAY at 8 o'clock P M., from Pier 21
North river ; leave Richmond evory TUKSDAI and
FRIDAY at high tide.
Cloee connections made with st*ani r rs for al
Southern and Eastern ports.
D. J. BURR, President,
Wasiiixot m A Co., Agents, Rlchmoud, Va
Pier 21 Notth river, New Ymk. ap 4
FOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMINION STEAM
SHIP 0 iMPANY.
The splendid new aide wheel Steamships IBAAO
BELL, AI.IiI.MAUI,-. SARATOGA, IIATTBRABand
NIAGARA leavj Now York for Norfolk. City Point
aod Richmond every TUKBDAY, THURSDAY und
SATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P M.
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and
SUNDAY at high tide.
These ships are entirely now, tunl weie built ex
pressly for this route.
They havo splendid saloons and state-rooms, and
I tbe nccouimodatlous and nttentiou are unsurpassed.
Goods shipped by Oils line are landed regularly at
! New York, ou the Company'B covered pier, 37 Nortb
River, within forty eight hours.
loaiirance offected when ordered, at a QUARTER
OF ON X PER CENT, at the office of this company.
Freights for points beyond New York lot warded
with dispatch, and no charge made, except actual
Jtt'J* For further Information apply to
JOHN W. WYatT, Agent,
jy 6—ta No. 3, Governor street.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
Commencing Monday, November 21st, 1870,
trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street
and Washington avenue, as follows:
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. in. (Sundays ex
cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware
Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch
Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Rail
road, at Harrington witb Junction and Break
water Railroad, at Seaiord with Dorchester
and Delaware Kailroad, at Dclinar with East
ern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with
Wicomico and Pocoinnke Railroad.
Express Traio at 11:46 a. m. (Sundays ex
cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stop
ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre do
Grace, Connects at Wilmington with train
for New Castle.
Express Train at 1 p. ni. (Sundays except
ed), lor Baltimore and Washington, stopping
at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont,
Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk
ton,North East, Charlcstnwn, Perry ville,Havre
de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edgewood,
Magnolia, Cbase't, and Stemmer's Ran.
Night Express at 11:30 p. in. (daily), for
Baltimore and Washiogton, stopping at Ches
ter, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilming
ton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Perryville,
Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk
will take the 11:45 a. m. train.
stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
Leave Philadelphia at 11 am, 2:30, o and T
pm. Tbe 6pm train connect! witb Delaware
Railroad for Harrington and intermediate sta
Leave Wilmington at 6:45 and 8:10 a m, 2, 4
and 7:15 p in. Ibe 8:10 a m train will not ttop
between Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p m train Irom Wilmington rant
daily. All other Accomodation Traim Sun
trains leaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p
m., will cotmect at Lamokin Junction witb tbe
7am and 4:30 p m trains for Baltimore Cen
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at 7:26 a m, Way mail.
9:35 a m, Express. 2:35 p in, Expreat. 7:25
p m, Express.
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping at
Magnolia, Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havre de
Grace, Perryville, Charleston, North-East,
Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilming
ton, Claymont, Linwood and Chester.
Through ticketa to all pointa west, south,
Southwest, may be ptecured at Ticket Office,
828 Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel,
where also staterooms and berths in sleeping
cars can be secured daring the day. Persons
purchasing tickets at this office can bave bag
gage checked at their residence by tha Union
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
Commencing MONDAY, November, 21,1*70. Paa
aanger Trains will leave Preaident Street Depot as
Way Mail Train lor Philadelphia aud Way Stations
at 7:25 a. tn.
Expresa Train for Philadelphia and New York at
9:35 a _.
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
-40 p. in.
Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and Inter
mediate Stationa at 5 p. in.
Expreas Train for Philadelphia at 7:23 p. in.
Expreaa Train for New York at 10:40 p. m.
Fcr Philadelphia at 7:25 p. in. For New York at
7:26 a. m. Train ennnecta at Ne» Castle Junction
with train for all Stationa ou Delaware Railroad, and
at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and
Baltimore Central Bailroad.
9:26 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit.
2:10 p. m. Train at Perryville for all Station! on
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at
Wilmington for .Stations on Delaware Railroad be
tween Wilmington and Harrington.
Through Ticketß may be procured either at Presi
dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Oflice, No. 147 Balti
Secured seats In tbe reclining back car and bertha
or state rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti
more street office during the day. On application at
147 Baltimore atreet the Union Tranater Company
will call for and check baggage at private resident oa.
thus avoiding the confusion attending tbe same at
the depot. WM.CRAWFORI',
On and niter SUNDAY, December 4,1M0, Traius
will leave as followa:
8:30 a. m—Mail daily (except Bnnday«) for the Weat
and North to Buffalo aud Niagara Fads.
12:40 p. m—Fast Line daily (except Buudaya) for the
West and North to Williamsport.
7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Suodaye) for the Weat.
lor*) p. m.—Daily for the Weat Nortb to Buffalo,
Rochester. Niagara Falla e«d tbe Ganadas.
Tralna for Weatern Maryland Rood at S:3O a. m. and
3:30 p. vi.
Traina for Gettysburg; at 8:30 a m. and 12:40 p. m.
trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. in., 12:40 and 8:30 p. a.
Traina for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. and
12:40 p. m.
For York daily (except Snndaya)—3:3o pm.
For Parkton daily (excopt Huudaye) 5:30 p in.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From the Weat und North—2:3o aud 9:16 a at, 12:30,
2:45 and 0:16 p ni,
York Accommodation—lo:ls am.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2(l a in.
For ticketa to all points North and West, apply to
Calvert Station and at No 9 North Oalvert street.
ED. S. YOONO,
General Paeaenger Agent
ALFRED R. FIBRE,
rp HE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, THREE
DAILY TRAINS will be run between Baltimore and
Wheeling and Parkersburg, aa followa :
Tbe MAIL TRAIN, far all way pointa, eaat of
Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun
days; at 8:00 A. M.; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 6:05 P. M.
The 8 A. M , Train connect* with Strasburg and
Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Kailroad.
The FAST LINE will leave daily a! 4P. M.: re
turnin_, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
The CINCINNATI EXPRKSS will lenve i altimore
daily at 8:45 P. M.; reiuruiug will aiil.e ut Balti
more at 8:50 P. M
The WINOHKBTKR AND BTRASB_Ra ACOMMO
RATION TRAIN will leavo Baltimore daily (except
Sunday 4) at 4:06 P. M.; letiirnlngwill arrivo at 10.40
The MOUNT AIRY AOCOUOMDATION TRAIN
will leave daily (except Sunday*/ at 6.00 P. M.; re
turning, will leave Mount Airy at tl;15 A. M and
arr ye at Baltimore at 8:3(1 A. M.
The BLLiCOTT'B MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20
P. M., dally (except Buudaya); returning, will arrive
at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M.
FOR HAGKSBTOWN AND FREDERICK.
Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:06 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. m. and 4:10 p. m. ; re
turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. m. and 6:05 p. ni
Leare Biltlinnre ut l:'i0, 5:08 7, 8:10 and 11 CO a
m..atid 2, 8:60, 4:45 aud H : :10 p. m.
Ttalna leave at 6:45, 8.-00 aud 9:25 a. tu. and 12 46
-50, 4:10, 6.40, 7:45 and 9 p. m.
Leave Baltimore at 7 and 11:30 a. vi. and 4:46 p.m.
leave Washington at 6:46 and 9:26 v. in. und 4:10 p. mi
For further information, Tickets of every kind,
Ac, apply to J T. KugJaLd, Agent, Cuniden Station
or at the Ticket Oflice. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master vi Transportation.
L. M. COLE,
Oensral Tleket Aftnt.