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Five were killed aud thirty wounded by
Ihe late F.rie railroad accident.
Half of the fifteen million loan of Ihe
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad company
had been subscribed.
Coburn challenges Mace to fight imme
diately within fifty miles of New York,
$5,000 a side. Tom Allen challenges Co
burn to fight near New Orleans for $6,000.
The merchants and businoss men of
Norfolk, held a meeting yesterday to devise
nieiiis to improve the business of that
city. A good idea!
The great boat race came off yesterday
afternoon in Norfolk, and resulted in the
success of tho "Ceto" over the "Fire-Fly,"
the latter beiug beaten by the former by
50 seconds.
The Republicans of Petersburg are de
lighted that the Council refused to gerry
mander the city, so as to defeat them in
tbe coming election. Not our fix by any
means 1
A largo numborof freight and platform
cars were demolished and heavy loss in
curred by a collision at the Union freight
depot at Quincy, 111., on Friday afternoon.
The accident was caused by a misplaced
switch.
At tho inquest ou the body of F. W.
Button-, at St. Louis, on Friday, tho fact
was developed that he hung himself five
months ago, but was cut down by his wife
and was tho last of a family of six bro
thers and sisters, all of whom committed
suicide.
John Shanou, alias Sherman, has beeu
arrested in Fulton, 111., charged with being
a dealer in counterfeit money. Several
thousand dollars in counterfeit tens on tho
Farmers' National Bank of Poughkoepsic
were found on his person.
One extra freight train ran into another
in the rear while tbe latter was waiting at
Hyde Park, on the Hudson River railroad,
Saturday night, throwing two cars in the
river and badly damaging others, besides
spoiling a locomotive.
On last Thursday the frame dwelling of
Richard Phelps, who resides at Pumphroy's
mill, Anne Arundel county, was, with its
contents, destroyed by fire, entailing a loss
upon Mr. Phelps of $1,000, and upon
which he has no insurance.
A youth who was sleeping on ono of the
street corners of New Orleans, was a few
days ago, robbed of a gold watch, diamond
pin, a set of shirt buttons and ten dollars
in currency. Served him right ! What
business had he sleeping on the streets
with so many valuables. It is a hard
matter for us in Richmond to sleep in a
house with half as much !
California has found a grass that will
live throughout her dry summers, and is
sowing its seed very widely over tho State.
Itis called "alfalfa," and a singlz-feciuse in
San Francisco sold two thousand potts.ds
of it in a single day. It is claimed for it
that it will not only stand the drouth, but
bn more productive than the native
grasses.
Immigration Enterprise.—Tho Oregon
and California railroad is making prepara
tions upon rather a largo scale to bring
immigration from Europe to settle up its
vast land grant, which covers some of tho
most valuable territory of our Pacific do
main. General Wilson, late commissioner
of tho general land office of the United
States, is chief mauagor for the company
iv this business. The immigrants will be
brought direct from Germany in ocean
steamers, via Panama, and transported
without detention direct to the railroad
lands. The bonds with the proceeds of
which the road is being built were nego
tiated in Germany, and the lands are
pledged for their security and redemption.
Thus an effective German interest was se
cured favorable to the success of the enter
prise.
The District of Columbia.—Tho now
government for the District of Columbia
was inaugurated yesterday in Washington.
The Legislature assembled in Melzerott
Hall, at noon. Wm. Stickney was elected
president of tho Council, with Fred. Dou
glass as vice president, and Francis li.
Smith, clerk ; W. H. Pope, assistant clerk ;
E. J. Klopfer, engrossing clerk ; Albert
H. Dowel), enrolling clerk, and Joseph
S. Wcems, sergeant-at-arms. The House
of Delegates was organized by electing
Mr. C. L. Hulse, speaker ; P. H. Reinhardt,
chief clerk; John T. Johnson, assistant
clerk; R. W. Tompkins, engrossing clerk ;
(f. A. Kuhn, enrolling clerk, and Maurice
J. Hurley, ssrgeaut-at-arms. Tbe Gover
nor's message and the report of the Board
of Public Works, were read in both houses.
,*,
The German Peace Oleluatluii In
Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, May 15.—The city pre
sented a gay appearance to-day in honor
of tbe German peace celebration. Thou
sands of visitors were in the city from
every quarter. Houses in every section
were decorated with flags and bunting.
Peun Square was converted into a fair
ground, being lined with booths for the sale
of refreshments. A spacious platform was
erected, where speeches were delivered by
Col. Forney, Rev. Wm. H. Fumes, and
others.
The procession was over four hours
passing the corner of Third and Chesnut
streets, and there were fully 20,000 persons
in the line, mostly iv vehicles or on horses.
Tbe butchers had a sausage factory and
smoke-house on wheels, and fresh sausage
and slices of bam were distributed to the
spectators. Tbe bakers also made a dis
tribution of bread.
The speeches were preceded aLd follow
ed by the singing of German patriotic songs
by various societies. Chcsiiut street was
gorgeous, nearly every house being decora
tad. At tbe bit-e of the Washington Monu
ment, in front of Independence Hall, a plat
form had boon erected, whence the proces
sion was reviewed by the Mayor and coun
cil.
There were at least 100 wagons, with
artisans at work in various branches. Tbe
Btreets were crowded with spectators
throughout the line of march, and various
objects were greeted with cheers. Fortu
nately the whole demonstration passed off
without a serious accident.
■ «i» ■ —
JOUVEN'B INODOIIOUS KID GLOVE CLKAN
KR.—By it* aid glove* can be quickly and repeated
ly cleaned aud made equal te new; oven wheu badly
soiled they can be voadily restored. It I* easy of ap
plication and is perfectly free trom any odor. Stir
sale by druggists and faucy goods dealer*. Price, '.'>
cent* a bottlo.
HTKST FROM TUB LADIKS— Since the iutro
ductlon of PHALON'S VITALIA OR BAL*ATION
I Oil THK HAIR, Itdiua who formerly used dyes, are
uulversally abandoning them. They find the new
article so turrnUss, so clean ami pure, so pleasant to
the senses, and Willi all so superior as v unaiis of
renewing the original color, that they absolutely
•hulder wheu they think ol the filthy staff they
once used.
THB HARKRTB.
Mat 18,1871.
FINANCIAL.
Oolil np.-no'l In Now York, yesterday, at 111!£ and
li'i.pd al 111 ... The r;»t«s ia thi.iity are a* follow*
to-day :
liny ing. Selling.
Hold 10 12
Silver 4 7
COMMERCIAL.
REMARKS.—Uraik.—Tho demand for Wheat to
day was rather mute brisk than for some days past,
but there wa* no improvement in quotations Bom*
of the mills havo stopped buying for the season, and
the others aro doing but little. Corn Is Ih2 cent*
lower. Oits steady.
Flovr, Rtc—The Flour market was very quiet last
weili. Prices are unchanged. Corn Meal has a
downward tendency.
Cm'.vthv PsoniicE.—The only change under thi*
head wo have lo note in an advance in Eggs. Bees
wax fs firmer aud iv demand. B.led Hay is also
firm.
Provisions.—Bacon and Idtrd unchanged.
WHOLESALE PRICES.
APPLES—Green lib |' M.I
HBEfiWAX—3Uc per pound.
BUTTER— fair to good, 2»a22c; com
mon, 15*18 c.
BACON—Western Bone Sides,
Clear Rib, Breast*, llisjal2c;
Plain Hams, lUV£*l7c; Sugar cured, 17al7l£c; canvass
ed, 17%»18c; Virginia Hog Round, Halite.
BRANDY—Apple,proof, 1 SO to $2 60.
COFFER-Rio, fair to good. 16J<ial7c; prime to
choice, ; Laguayra, 18}$al!lVc ; Java 25a
26.
CORN—Good to prime white, 81a83c.
CORN MEAL—White, bolted, from mill, 95c;
country, 86c.
CHEESE—Northern and Western prime rutting
17^al8c; common l4aloc.
COTTON YARNS—Country jams, Nos. 8 to 12
$1 4(1.
DRIED FRUITS—Apples, quarters, 2a3c; bright
sliced :tel]ssc. Peaches, urpeolod, halves, 6a7c; peeied,
Ulallc. Blackberries, Ba9c. Cherries, 12Js£al4c.
EiiUS- 18c per dozen in barrels.
FlSH—Mackerel: No. 1 Bay, in bids., 22a&!2 50 ;
No. 1 Shore, 20a$i6 50 ; No. 2 Mackerel, 18a$13 60 ;
No. 3, 11*111 25; No. I,in kit*, %1 60; No. 2, *2 55.
Herrings: Eastern dipped, none hero; split, 5 75a
$8 25 ; grees, 5 50a$6 r' bbl.; North Carolina roe,
5 50a$6 half bbl ;N. C. clipped, 7.1*7 M; new,
gross, 6*6 60 'tf bbl.
FLAXSEED—tI 70al 75.
FEATHERS—LIvo Geose 60 to 70c; Mixed 40 te
55c
FLOUR—Superfine, $7 CO; Extra, $7 80; Family,
$8 25.
GINSENG—6OafiSc per lb.
GUANO—Peruvian 75a578; Old Dominion Fertilizer
$60; Tobacco do. $70; Whann's Blipor-Phoshato, $55;
Bono Flour,stJo; Bone Dust, $45*50. "
HAY—Prime Virginia Timothy 116a$l 25; good do
$lalloc ; Northern 1 40a$l 60.
LARD—Country, 120 ; Baltimore Leaf, in tierces
and barrels, 12%t13c ;in half barrels, 13}4c ;in
kegs, MJ^c.
LUMP PLASTER— por ton 2240 tbs; Rich
mond ground $10.
LIME AND CEMENT—Rockville, none; Hock
land 1 00o$l 76 in store; James river Cement, $2 60;
Roßoudate 2 3 Xus2 50 ; Round Top nouo ; Cal
cined Plaster 3 0U to $3 25.
MOLASSES—Porto Rico 00a70c ; Cuba Muscovado,
in barrels, 55a60c; sugar house Syrap, in barrels, 28a
30c; Now Orleans Molasses 05a'5c; English I:.'and
45a50c; Golden Syrup 6Ua7oe.
MILL OFFAL—Bran 26c ; Shorts 30 ; Brownstuff
35c; Shipstuff 70c, wholesale.
OATS—Baled 70aSOo, by tho boat load, por 100 Bis
shelled, very good, 58c.
ONIONS—SI 25 per bushel.
PEAS—Black eye 2 00u$2 10; black anil cl«y
1 liniiSl 25.
POTATOES—Irish, 1 25a$l 50; Sweet, 1 «6bsl 40.
RIOB— New Carolina, 9a9J^c.
RYE— M J Ae.
SALT—HeId at 2 iinnSi 35 ",.' Back.
SENECA ROOT—OOaUUC por lb.
SHUCKS— 0)c per hundred lb.
STRAW—Baled ~4oc.
SUMAC—I 26a$l 60 por 100 lbs.
SUGARS— Porto Rico, Cuba,
New Orleans, 10%all%c; Refined, Crushed and
powdored W :,<: ; cut loat, 15c.
Coffee A 13W C 12»i
B 13>£ C yellow lSt'-J
Extra 0 13 | Yellow lOi^all^J
SEEDS—Clover $8 OO; Timothy $7 00. Orchard
Grass J- 60; Herds Grass 1 76a52.
'J AR—3 oCas3 25 per barrel.
TALLOW—BuPc. per lb.
TEAS—Black, 1 00a$l 60—Ihe last a prime articlo
Imperial 1 20a$l 25; Gunpowder 1 25a$l 90.
VlNEGAß—Northern manufactured, 15a20c; cider
vinegar, 25a80.
WHEAT—White, very good to prime, 1 05; roJ,
very good, $1 60.
WOOL—Washed 40a45c; unwashed 24a27c.
WOOD—Oak 4 50a$5 26; pino 3 50a$4 per cord
from boat.
WHISKEY—Common rectified proof 1 16a$l 26
Old Rye copper distilled 2 OOufci 60; very old 6 as 6 00.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
May 16,1871.
The market rallied last week from tho stagnation
noted in lust report and closed firm at annexed quo
tation,. Very cooamou and low grados aro still ne
glectod. The reports received here have a tendency
to depress prices, but bright wrappers, smoking aud
fillers, and sun-cured fillers are in good demand, also
good black wrappers. Recent receipts of shipping
Tobacco show a decided improvement in quality and
order. The receipts are full and increasing.
DARK BIIIITINM.
Primings (scarce) $4 60@ -1 75
Lugs, common to medium 4 00@ 5 50
Do., pod to fine 5 75® 6 00
Do., extra 8 60® 7 00
Loaf, common to medium 6 00® 6 00
Do , good to fine 8 00@10 00
HARK M.SUrACTURIIKI.
Lugs, common to good 4 00® 6 50
Loaf, common to good 6 00® 8 00
Black wrappers 9 00@12 00
Mahogany do ilO 00016 00
Stemming, common to good 9 60@11 00
111IK1I1T MANUFAOTUKIRG AND SMOKUfO.
Lugs, common to medium 7 00@10 00
Do., good to line 12 00@16 00
Do, extra smoking 16 (itirrr-25 00
Leaf, common to medium 16 oC@t2o 00
Do , good to fine 25 00®50 00
Do., extra 55 00@70 00
BOX CUBED. "
Lugs 8 00@12 00
Leaf 10 00iVu25 00
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET, Mat 16.
Beef Cattle.—Tbe receipts (says the Whig) dur
ing the past woek wero fully up to tho demand. The
Cattle arriving are in fair coudition. No material
changos in prices are noticed. The prices at the
close of tho market wero as follow. :
Prime $7 00(318 00 $tIOO lbs gross.
Good to prime... 6 00<n;7 OO "
Common 4 00®5 00 "
Sheep.—The arrivals during tho week bave some
what increased, and good Sheep brought fair prices.
We quote:
Prime $6 50@7 gross.
Good 6 OOfe.G OO "
Hogs.—The market is well supplied with Swioe.
Sales of -OO head are reported at prices ranging from
$8 50 to $9 per 100 pounds net.
Veal Calves bio quoted at from $6 to $14 each, as
to quality.
Sprimj Lambs are arriving mere freely, and aro in
hotter condition tban any yet offered. They bring
from $3 to $5 each.
Cowh and Calves.—Milch Cow* and Calves are
quoted at Irom $35 to $50. Sales of a number of fan
cy bred uro reported at prices as high as $7 5 and $100.
WX\VXWtWXWXWmXWitkt
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY,
Executive Commmtttee of National
Grange— Wm. Saunders, Thos. B. Bryan, Rev. A.
B. Grosh, Col. J. R. Thompson, Rev. John Trimble,
O. 11. Kelley, Washington, D.C.
Deputies at Large—Cot. D. 8. Curtis, (Wash
ington, D. C.) Dr. W. U. Burnham, T. A. Thompson,
Dr. Jas. L. Enos, Z. Cook.
National Uianm, Washington, D. C.
It is evident to all intelligent minds that the time
lt*>s come when those engaged in rural pursuit*
should have an organization devoted entirely to
their interests. Such it is Intended to make the
Order of Patrons. It was instituted in 1867; it*
growth is unprecedented in the history of *ecret as
sociation*, and it is acknowledged one of the most
aseful and powerful oronizttioDS in tho United
States. Its grand objects are uot only general im
provement in husbandry, but to iucrease the general
happiness, wealth, aud prosperity of the country. It
Is founded upon the axioms thrt the product* of
tne soil comprise the basis of all wealth ; that indi
vidual happiness depends upon general prosperity,
and that the wealth of a country depends upou the
general intolligouce and mental culture of the pro
ducing classes.
In the meetings of this Order ail but members are
excluded, and there is in its proceedings a symbol
ized ritual, pleasing, beautiful, and appropriate,
which is designed not only to charm 'In- limey, but
to cultivate and enlarge the mind and purity Ilia
heart, having at tbe same time,strict ulaptation to
rural pursuit*.
Tbe secrecy of the ritual and proceeding* of the
Order have been adopted chiefly lor the purpose of
accomplishing desired efficiency, extension, aud uni
ty, and to secure amoug its members, in the inlornal
working of the Order, coufidence, harmony, and se
curity.
Women aro admitted to full membor.hip, und
we solicit the co-operation of women because oi a
' conviction that without her aid success will be less
certain and decided. Much might bo said iv thi*
conno;tion, but every husband and brother knows
that where be cau bo accompanied by his wife or
sister no lessons will be learned but those of purity
and truth.
The Order of the Patrons of Husbandry will ac
complish a thorough systematic organization aiming
Farmers and Horticulturists throughout the United
States, aud will secure among them intimate social
relations and acquaintance wiih each other, for the
advau tment lino elevatiou of their pursuits, with
an apj.ii- irttiuii and protectittn of their true interests.
By such means may bo accomplished that which
exist* throughout th* country iv ail other avocation*
I and Among all other classes—romblned co-operative
association for individual improvement and common
benefit.
Among tbe advantages which may bo dt rived from
the Order are systematic arrangements tor procur
ing and disseminating, In tbe most expeditious man
ner, Information relstivo to crops, demand snd sap
ply, prices, and transportation throughout
tho country ; alsoTßr the purchase ami exchange of
Mock, seeds, and desired varieties of plants and
trees,and for the purpose of procuring help at home
or from abroad, and situations for persons seeking
employment; also for ascertaining and testing tho
merits of newly.invented farming Implements and
those not In general use, and for detecting and ex
posing those that are unworthy, and for protecting,
by all available means, the farming Interests from
fraud and deception, and combinations of every Kind.
We Ignore alt political or religious discussions In
theOrdor; we do not solicit the patronage ol any
sect, association or Individual, upon Buy grounds
whatever except upou the Intrinsic merit of the Or
der.
The bettor to see tiro greater benefits to our mem
bers, we deslro to establish Granges in every city,
town, and village in the United States, Information
relative to organizing may be obtained by addressing
the undersigned, or either nf tho General Deputies.
O. 11. KKLLY.
Secretary of the Natioual Grauge.
fn MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS DESIRING TO
CONTRACT FOR UNIFORMS OF ANY PARTICU
LAR DESIGN OR PAITERN.—I am prepared to
furnish samples of material and estimate of costs for
one or more suits at short notice. Owing to my con*
n -ction with the house of Messrs. DEVLIN k CO.,
New York, my facilities for manufacturing this par
ticular style of garment In large or small quantities
and at satisfactory prices are unsurpassed.
JOHN S. DEVLIN,
1007 Main streot.
THOMPSON'S POMADE OPTIMB, as a dressing
for tho Hair Is all that is required; purely vegetable
and highly perfumed, it softens, improves and beau
tifies the Hair, strengthens the root?, and tdvos it a
rich, glossy appearance. For sale by all druggists
Price, B5 aud 75 cents per bo tti*?.
TIME IS MONEY.—Tho old-timed axiom in uptly
illustrated In the uso of DOOLEY'S YEAST p OW
DBR. It is woll known that tho common process ol
raising dough is a slow one, and often attended with
unfavorable rosults from the uso of poor baker's
yeast, and improper heat With DOOLKY'S YEAST
POWDER tho best rolls, biscuits, ccrn-cakes, etc.,
can he made in tbe Bhort space of ten minutes, and
success will certainly attend its use. This is owing
to its purity, strength, and tho care with which it is
manufactured. DOOLEY k BROTHER, 00 New
streot, New York, Proprietors. For sale by all Gro
cers. .
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER
Is strongly lecommendcd un the best dontiir.ee'
known. It cleanses and preserves the tetith, hardens
the gums, swoetaus tho breath ; and, containing uo
acid or gritty Bubstance, ia perfectly harmloss, and
can bo used daily with groat advantage. Sold by all
druggiMs. Price, 26 and 60 cents per bottle.
SPECIAL NOTlCE.—Persons wishing the STATE
JOURNAL left early and regularly at their planes
of business or residences, by responsible c»riiori,
wilt please lenvo their orders with
JOHNSTON k SELDEN,
Newsdealers, 918 Main Street.
npBB SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.—RAFFLE
JL for tho Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of
the Southern States.
DISTRIBUTION No. 350. Erasing May 15.
2U 43 12 77 63 76 27 71 10 36 21 59 17 67 18
DISTRIBUTION No. 331. Morwiwo May 10
70 4 42 58 21 33 67 63 26 14 46 30 43 1
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., thia 16th day
of May, 1871.
SIMMONS k CO., C. Q. TOMPKINS,
Managers. Commissioner.
CERTIFICATES OF RAFFLE, can be purchased
from Capt. W. I. DABNEY, at the Brauch office, No
3. Eleventh street, one door from Main.
ELGIN
(ILLINOIS)
WATCHES!
Sfbixijfield, 111., Oct. 4,18C9.
Tho Elgin Watch, In my estimation, ha* no superior
as a correct marker of Tim*. It* finish and entire
workmanship giro evidence of th* groat skill em
ployed in their manufacture. I commond them lo
all persons who desire pel feet time-keepers.
JOIIN M. PALMHI!,
Governor of Illiti.iis.
NO MOVEMENTS RETAILED BY THE COMPANY.
£*T°Call on your Jeweler and ask to see the Elgin
Watches.
Bußlneßß Office and Salesroom National Watch
Company,
159 and 101 Lake Street, Chicago.
1 Maiden Lane, Mew Turk.
mylß—d2tawlt
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
414 C
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ME UNITED
STATES for the Kastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of Fielding II Jeter, hankrupt in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 10th day of Miy, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—
Please take notice hereby that a petition ha* boon
to wit: on the 16th day of May, 1871, filed in said
District court by Fielding II Jeter, of fiodford c'ty,
In said district, who ha* been heretofore duly doclarotl
bankrupt, under tho act of Congress entitled "An
act to establish a more uniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United States," approves!
March 2d, A. D. 1867, for ii dischargo and certificate
thereof, from all his debts and other claim* provable
under said act, and that tho 2d day of June,
1871, at 10 a. m., before W. W. Forbes, one of the
registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his office in
Richmond, in the said district, is the timo and
place assigned for the hearing of the same, when and
where you may attend, and show cause, if any you
have, why the prayer of the said petition Bhould
not be grafted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second and
third meetings ofthe creditors of said bankrupt will
bo held at the same time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Regisler in Bankruptcy for the
my 10—Tu2w 8d cong'l district of Vs.
4145
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB {UNITED
STATES for the Eastern Oistrict of Virgiuia.
In the matter of William H Preas, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the 16th day of May, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN—
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition has been
to wit: on the 16th of May, 1871, filed iv said dis
triot oourt by Wm II Proas, of Bedford c'ty, in the
said district, who ha* been heretofore duly declared
Bankrupt, under the act of Congress untitled
14 Au act to establish a more uniform system of
baukruptcy throughout tbe United States," approved
March 2,1867, for a discharge and certineute thereof,
from all liis debt* and other claims provable undoi
said uct, and that the 2d day of Juno, 1871, at 10 a.
in., liofore W. W. Forbes, ono of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his office in Richmond,
In the said district, Is the time and place assigned
for the hearing of the same, whon and whereyou may
attend, and Bhow cause, if auy you have, why the
prayer ofthe said petition should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified that the second and
third meetings of the creditors of the said bankrupt
will bo held at tho same time ami plaoe.
W. W. FORBES,
Register In Bankruptcy for
my 10 —Tu2w the 3rd cong'l dist. of Va.
119— Involuntary.
IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
STATES for tho Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of John W Woolfolk vs. W Q Hud
gin, bankrupt—in bankruptcy.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned, T II Brooks, of Caroline county,
Virginia, hereby gives notice of hi* appointment
as assignee of the estate of WG Hudgtn, of Caroline
county, in said district, who was, on the -sth day
of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on the peti
tion of John W Woolfolk by the District Court of
said District.
Dated Milford, Muy 16th, 1871.
T II BROOKS,
my 16—Tu3w Assignee.
110—Involuntary.
IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED
BTATEB for the Kastern District of Virginia.
Iv the matter of Dickinson, Hulbert k Co. vs.
Weisiger & Clarke, bankrupt*—iv bankruptcy.
Eastern District of Virginia, us:
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of
the creditor* of the said Weisiger k Clark, tiaukrupts,
for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will bo held
at Richmond, at the office of W VV Foi bes, Esq., one
of the Registers in Bankruptcy, in said district, on
Thursday, tho Bth day ol June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A.
M ,In accordance with the provisions ofthe '.7th and
2Sth sections of the bankruptcy act of March 2nd,
1867.
Datod at Richmond, this 14th day of If ay, 1871.
WM. L. WHITK,
my 10-Tn2w Assignee.
1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for tho Western District of Virgiuia.
In tho matter of Charles Fipps, baukrupt
—Iv bankruptcy.
To Whom UMayOoncern :—The undersigned,
Wm Pago, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virginia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as assigneo of
tho estate of Charles Fipps, of Smy the county, in Bald
district, who was, ou the 2d day of March, 1871,
ailjudged a bankrupt on his owu petitiou by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 20,1871.
ap 28—F8w WM. PACE, Assignee.
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
JS THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, at
Richmond, Va. Wuvßth,lß7l.
In tbe matter of Jsme-i T. Butler A Co., bank
rupts -in bankruptcy.
[FXTIUOT.I
"It ia ordered that this cause he referred tv Henry
Hudnall, who i-j hereby appointed a Special Commis
sioner of this court for the purpose, to ascertain and
report to this court as follows, to wit:
First The estate, real aud personal, of the co-part
nership of James T. Butler A Co., which co-partner
ship is composed of James T. Butler and John T.
Butler.
Second. The individual untafe, real and pernona',
of John T. Butler.
Third. The individual estate, real and personal, of
James T. Butler.
Fourth. Tho Indebtedness of the co partnership of
James T. Butler & Co., uud their respective priori
lies, if any such exist.
Fifth. The individual Indebtedness of John T. But
ler, and thtir respective priorities, if any such exist.
Sixth. The individual indebtedness of James T.
Bu tier, and their respective priorities, if any snch
exist,an! appearand file proofs of debts and evidence
of liens before Henry Hudnall, Esq., Commissioner
as aforemid, and any creditors of the said firm of
James T. Butler A Co., or of either of the partners
individually, wbo havo not proved their debts before
the register, may appear aud ptovb tho Bamo before
said Commissioner, and said Commissioner shall bave
power to examine auy party or creditor he may deem
proper, on oath, and crdl for the production of proofs
anl papers, and be is hereby directed to give notice
of the timo and place of taking such accounts by
publication once a week for four weeks iv tho daily
Stat* Journal, and aIBO by serving personal notice
upon tbo aasigme and all ofthe creditors of said
bankrupts who havo liens within the reach of the
procoss of this court."
Clmmissioitir's Orncr, )
RicumoNd, Va., No. 1106 Main street, V
May 15th, 1871. j
AH persons interested in the above order, will take
notice that I have appointed my said office, in this
<ity,os the place, and WEDNESDAY, the 14th dsy
of June, 1871, at 12 o'clock M-, as the time, for tak
ing the accounts, making enquiries and generally
executing the duties directed by the aforesaid order,
when and whore all persons interested are required
to bu present with tho papers and proofs necessary
to enable me to report upon the matters referred to
mo as above.
Given under my band, at Richmond, this llfh day
of May, 1871.
HENRY HUDNALL,
my 17—M4w Special Commissioner.
£4181
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATKS for tho Eastern District of Virginia.
Iv tho matter of George K. Bowles, bankrupt
—In bankruptcy.
At Richmond, on the fth day of May, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— .
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition has
beon, to-wit: on the sth day of May, 1871, filed in
■aid district court by George X, Bowles, of Gooch
land county, in said district, who has beon heretofore
duly declared bankrupt, under the act ©f Congress on
titled " An act to establish a more uniform system of
bankiuptcy throughout the United States," approved
March 2nd, 1867, for a dischargo and certificate there
of from all his debts and other claims provable under
said act, and that tho Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 a.m.,
beforo VV. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said
court in bankruptcy, at his offioe in Richmond, in
said district, is the time and place assigned for the
hearing of the same; when and where you may attend
and show cause, If any you have, why the prayer of
the said petition Bhould not be granted.
You aro also hereby notified that the second and
thirJ meetings of the creditors of said bankrupt will
be held at the samo time and place.
W. W. FORBES,
Register in bankruptcy for the
my 15 -M2w 3rd conjt'l district of Va.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
A STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of Turner 11. Bontball, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
Eastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice is hereby given tbat a second general meet
ing of the croditors of tho said Turner 11. Southall,
bankrnpt, will be held at Norfolk, at tho ofllce of
Benj. B. Foster, in Bankruptcy, in said dis
trict, on Thursday, the Bth day of June, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., for the purposes named in tiio 27th sec
tion of the bankrupt act of March 2d, 1867.
Dated at Norfolk, this 9th day of May, 1871.
C. B. IIAYDEN, Asigoee
my 15—M2w of Turner H. Southall.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for tho Eastern District of Virginia,
In tbo matter of Hughes Dillard, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Hughes Dillard claiming liens, by
judgments or otherwise, aga<imt tiie real estate of
said bankrupt, surrendered in his schedule in
bankruptcy and sold by Moeos H. Tredway,his
assignee.
In obedience to an order of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, made iv the above matter of bankruptcy on
tho oth day of May, 1871, you are hereby notified
to appear at my ofllce, in tbe town of Danville, Va.,
on the 13th day cf JUNE, 1871, aud show cause, if
any you cun, why a good and perfect title shall not
be made to two tracts of land lying in the county of
Henry, and State of Virginia, to the heirs of Samuel
H. Huirnton, purchaser of said land at a sale made
by said assignee under a former order of this court.
And you ara also notified that in the eveutofyour
failure to appear at E-aid time and place and show
such cause, the said assignee ia directed te couvey
the title to tho said land to the heirs of tbe said
Samuel 11. Haireton by deed, with special warranty,
free of all lions and encumbrances.
May 6th, 1871. JOHN F. COBBS,
my B—M4w Register in Bankruptcy.
259
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States 1 v the Eastern District of Virgiuia.
In the matter of A H Roberts, bankrupt—
in bankruptcy.
Kastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting ofthe
oreditors of the said A H Roberts, bankrupt,
for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will be held
at Richmond, at the office ot W W Forbes, Esq, one of
tbe Registers in Bankruptcy, in said district, on
Wednesday, thu 7th day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A. M., in accordance with the provisions of the 27th
and zßth sections of tho bankruptcy act of March
2d, 1867.
Dated at Charlotte, C. 11., tbo loth day of May, 1871.
F. N. RKAD,
A. B. PARIS,
my 16—Tu2w Assignees.
I klutTKlCl' UOURT Ot' THE UNITED "sTATM
Jl,/ for the Western District of Virginia—in bank
ruptcy.
In the matter of Daniel P. Jones, bankrupt.
Western District ol Virginia, es:
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That on tbe 10th day
of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued
out of the District Court of the United States for
thu Western District of Virginia, against the estate of
Daniel P. Jones, of Thaxtons, Bedford county, iv said
district, wbo has beon adj ndged a bankrupt on his own
petitiou :—Tbat tbe payment of any debts, and the
delivery ot any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to bim or for his use, aud tho transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to provo
tbeir debts, and choose ono or more assignees of his
estate, will be held ut a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holdeu at Abingdon, Va-, boforo H. 0. Gibbons, Esq,
Registor in Bankruptcy for said District, on the Bth
day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
A. 8. GRAY,
ap29—S2w U. S. Marslial ior said District.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
for the Western District of Virginia—iv bank
ruptcy.
In the matter of Holton L. Muncy, bankrupt.
Western District of Virginia, ss:
THIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE, That on the 13th day
of April, 1871, a warrant iv bankruptcy whs issued
out of the District Court of the United State* for
the Western District of Virginia, against the estate
of Holton L. Muncy, of Seidon,] Bland county,
lv said district who has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon his own petition:—That the
payment of any debts, and the delivery of
any property belonging to Baid bankrupt, to him
or for his use, aud the transfer of any property
by him areforbiddon by law: That a meeting ofthe
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at
Abingdon, Va., before H. C. Gibbons, Esq., Register
in Bankruptcy for said District, on the sth day of
May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
A. 8. GRAY,
ap 29— S2w U. S. Marshal for said District.
3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED
STATES, for tho Western District of Virginia.
In the matter of BeDjamin Redpath, bankrupt—
in bankiuptcy.
To Whom It May Concern: —The undorsigned,
Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virgiuia,
hereby gives notice of his appointment aa assignee
ofthe estate of Benjamin Re:ipath, of Puluskl co'ty,
in said district, who was, on the 2d day of March
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by
the District Court of said district.
Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871
ap2B—F3w WM. PAGE, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for tbe Western District of Virginia.
In the matter of Michael Wiseiey, bankrupt—in
bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concern :— The nndersfgned, Wm
Page, of Abingdon, Washington co., Va., hereby gives
notice of his appointment as assignee of tbe
estate of Michael Wiseiey, of Wythe county, Vir
giuia, in said district, wbo was, on tho 2d day of
March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt ou Ms own
petition by tin- District court of said district.
Datod Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871.
ap 28—F.lw WM. PAGE, Assignee.
I
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the Western District of Virginia.
In the matter of Martiu G Garrett, bankrupt
in bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington c'ty, Va., here
by gives notice of h<s appointment as assignee of ti*
estate of Martin G Gurrott, of Russell county, Va ,
in said district, who van, on the 2d dayofMardtt
1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis owu petition
by the District court of said district.
Dated Abiogdon, Va,, April 26,1871.
ap 28—F3w WM. PAGE, Assignee.
i Oo|[ USE THK "VEGETABLE 1 Qnfi
AO-jU. PULMONARY BALSAM," xo ' v *
The old standard remedy for Coughs, Colds,, Con
sumption. "Nothing better.*'
CUTLER BEOS, k CO., Boston.
RAILROADS.
"pENNHYLNANIA CENTRAL HAIMUM;
MM 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4, 1870, the tnilna of
thy Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot,
at Th.rtT-flnrt and Market streets, which Is reached
dlnotly by the Market street cam, tire lut car con
necting with each train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes beforo itfi departure The
Chestnut ond Walnut street cars rnn within one
Bqnaro of tho Depot.
Sleeping Car Tickets can t* had on Application at
the Ticket OftVe, northwest cornor of Ninth and
Chestnut streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of tbo Union Transfer Company wilt call for
and deliver baggage at tho Depot. Orders left at No.
201 Che-tnut street or 116 Market street, will receive
attention.
TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ :
Pittsburg Kxpress 14:11 A.M.
Lock .Haven and KlmiraExpre&s 9:40 "
Poali Accom 10:10 A. M. and 1:10 and 7:10 P. M.
Fast Line 12.40 '*
Brie Express 12:40 «'
Harrisburg Accommodation &60 "
Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 '*
Parkersburg Train 6:50 "
Cincinnati Express „ 8:00 "
Krle Mail and Buffalo Express 9:60 "
Pacific Kxpress 10.00 •'
Way Passenger , .10.30 "
Erie Mail leaves dally, running on Saturday night
to Williamsport only. On Sunday night passengers
will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati and Pacific Express leaves daily. All
other trains dally, except Sunday.
The Western Accomodation Train runs daily, ex
cept Snndav. For this train tickets mast be pro
cured, and baggage delivered by 6 P. M., at 116 Mar
ket-stroet.
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
M.; arrives at Paoll at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No.
2 leaves Philadelphia at 6:40 P. M., arrives at Paoll
nt 7:40 P. M.
Sunday Train No. I leaves Paoli at 6:50 A. M.; ar
rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train
No. 2 leaves Paoll at 4:00 P. M.; arrives at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Express 3:10 A. M.
Philadelphia Express . 7:00 "
Erie Mail 7:00 "
Paoli Accom 8:20 A.[M., 3:50 and 6;40 P. M.
Parkersburg Train Q;00 A.M.
Fast Line, Buffalo Train 9:60 "
Lancaster Train 12:00 noon.
ErioExpress 5.45 P.M.
Lock Haven and Elmira Expross 6:45 "
Pacific Express 3:25 "
Southern Express 6:46 "
Harrisonburg Accommodation 9:40 "
For further information, apply to
JOILM F. VANLEER, Jr.,
Ticket Agent, 901 Chestnut street.
FRANCIS FUNK,
Ticket Agent, 116 Market Btreet.
SAMUEL U. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot.
"PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
WINTER TIME-TABLE.
Ou and after MONDAY, December 5, 1870, the
trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will
run as follows:
WESTWARD.
Mail Traiu loaves Philadelphia 9.40 P. M.
M " " Williamsport 7.26 A. M.
" arrive at Erie 740 P.M.
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M.
" " " Williamsport 8.60 P. M.
" " arriveatErle 7.40 A.M.
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia 930 A. M.
" " " Williamsport 0-% P. M.
" " arrivoat Lock Haven 7.60 P.M.
EASTWARD.
Mail Train leave* Erie 9.00 A. M*
" " " Willlamsport 10.05 P. M,
" " arrive at Philadelphia 6.50 A. M,
Erie Express leaves Krie 9/0 P. M.
" " " Williamsport 8.25 A. M
" " arrive at Philadelphia. 5 30 P. M.
Buffalo Express leaves Williamsport 12.35 A. M
" " ** Milton 1.60 A. M.
" " arrivoat Philadelphia. 9.40 A. M
Express, Mail and Accommodation, east and west,
connect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mail
and Accommodation east of Irvington with Oil Creek
and Alleghany River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
General Superintendent.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and
Wyoming Valloys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern
and Intorior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Roch
ester, the Great Lakes and the Dominion of Canada.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Takes effect November 21, IS7O.
Fifteen Daily Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor
ner Berks and American Btroets, (Sundays excepted)
as follows:
7:00 a.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. m. (Express) for BothHhem, Allentown.
Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Hazle
ton, Pittston, Towanda, Wavcrly, and Elmira, and in
connection with tho ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, and all pointß in the Great West.
8:25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9:45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Kaston, Allen
town, Mahanoy City, Mauch Chunk, Williamsport,
Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Scranten, Hackettstown,
[Schooloy's MountainJ, and Now Jersey Central and
Morris and Essex Railroads.
11:00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1:15,6:20 aud 8:15 p m. for Abington.
1:45 p. m, (Express) tor Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mauch Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkesbarre,
Pittston and Haeleton.
2:30 p. in. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
At 3:20 p. m. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Coplay and Mauch
Chunk.
4:15 p. m. (Mail) for Doyleston.
6:00 p. m. for Bethlehom,| Easton, Allentown,
Mauch Chunk.
6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lansdale.
11:30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
The Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street
and Union Lines City Cars ran to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:55,10:36 a. m. ; 2:15, 5:05 and 8:25
p. in.
Doyleston at 8:30 a. m., 4:40 and 6:35 p. na,
Lansdale at 7:30 a. in.
Fort Washington at 9:20,11:20 a. m., and 3:10 p. m.
Abington at 2:55,6:55 and 9:35 p.m.
ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a. m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2:00 p. m.
Doyleston for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to prin
cipal points, at Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage
, Express Office, No. 105 South Fifth street.
. ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
November 21,1870.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
GRAND LODGE.
W. 11. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Lingan B. Allon,
Vice Grand Chancellor ;H. C. G. Uartman, G. R.
and 0 :':.; J. B. Vaughan, G. Banker. Representa
tives to the Supreme Lodge—W. H. Wade, D. W.
Buhanon, William J. Tyson.
SUBORDINATE LODGES.
Virginia Lodge, No. 2, meets every Monday night in
Pythian Hull. W. V. Glazebrook, W. C.
Old Dominion Lodge, No. 4, meets every Tuesday
night in Pythiau Hall. C. E. Wingo, W. O.: 0.
W. Macfarlane, ft. S.
Syracuse Lodge, No. 6, meets every Friday night in
Marshall block. J. McCarthy, W. C; Dr. Jeoifer
Garnett, R. S.
Damon Lodge, No. 7, meets every Friday night, at
Mason's hall, Twonty filth street. G. Watt Taylor,
W. 0.; T. Wiley Davis, R. 8.
Marshall Lodge, No. 12, meets every Thursday night,
at their hail corner Second und Broad streets.
Charles Epps.W. C.
Richmond Lodge, No. 12, meets every Thursday
night in Pythian Hall. M. P. Handy, W. O.; J. P.
Wood, It. S.
Germania Lodge, No. 15, meets every Tuesday night
in Marshall block. Chas Duncker, W. C; Charles
T. Lohr, X, 8.
Hines Lodge, No. 17, meets every Wednesday night In
Pythian Hall, W. C. Carrington, W.C.; W. J.
Riddick, K. S.
Friendship Lodge, No. 20, (Manchester), meets in
Engine House every Thursday night, E. 8. Car
doza, W, C; W. R. Gary, R. 8.
rpO ALL THE CREDITORB OF W. W. KEEN,
1 AS ALSO THOSE OF WM. C. CLAIBOKNB
CLAIMING AND ABSKRTING LIENS AGAINST
THE REAL PROPERTY SURRKNDKRED BY SAID
CLAIBORNE AT THE TIME OF HIS BANK
RUPTCY.
Pursuant to an order entered on the Oth day of
April, 1871, In the District Court of the United States,
In the matter of bankruptcy of William O. Clai
borno, notice is heieby given to all tho creditors of
the said Claiborne, or W. W. Keen, who claim to
have liens on the real estate surrendered by said
Claiborne in baukruptcy, that the 13th day of May,
1871, and the office of Johu F. Cobbs, in Danville,
Va., has been designated by the said District Court
as the time and place at which the said creditors, or
any of them who desire to do so, shall appear and
show cause, if any they can, why the s.tle of said
real estate made to Bam'l C. Tardy thotild not he
confirmed, and the title to the same be conveyed
without encumbrance to bim.
ap 20—Th4w TUGS. E. COUBS, A ssigaee.
1700
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES for thu Kastern District oi Virginia.
In the matter of Madison Recheson, a bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
At Yorktown, Va., this 27th day of April, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. J. L. Waterman, one of the heg
tiM'n of said District Court, in Daukrupty, by Jacob
Cohn, assignee of the estato of said bankrnpt,
feOMU tli'.i mill osUte belonging to aaid bankrupt,
free from all liens and encumbrancbs thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested,
lhat lv the terms of said petitiou au order has been
lriaiittd by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who
maybe interested in said estate, to appear beforo
thu mill Register, at his office, In Yorktokn, on the
Bth flay of May, 1871, at 1 o'ctoek M, and show cause,
if any they have, why such order should not bo
granted]
ap 28>-F2w JACOB COHN, Assignee. J
ItAll.Koa.us.
Richmond and Yobk Bivkb Railroad, )
SDPKniNTKNDINT'g OrFICI, >-
Richmokd, Va., April 29, 1871. J
/CHANGE OF SCHEDULE-DAILY LINE.
On and alter MAY 6th, 1871, the TRAINS on this
road will run as follows:
PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave West Pcint daily at SfcOO a m
Arrive at Richmond *' 10:65"
Leave Richmond " .'. 3-Oopm
Arrive at We«t Point " ..4:4a."
FREIGHT TRAINS, WITH PASSENGER OAR
ATTACHED.
Leave Richmond dally (Monday* excepted) at 4 a m
Arrive at West Point daily " " at 7:80 "
Leave Wrnt Point dally " " " Ipm
Arrive at Richmond dally " " " - 5 "
Train* connect daily at We*t Point with first doss
Steamers for Baltimore, and all pointa North and
West.
Fare from Richmond to Baltimore, $5.00.
Through Bills of Lading given to all points North
and South. Freight receivod dally and promptly
forwarded.
Persons going by this rout* get a good night's
rest on most comfortable boats, with table* un»ur-
Sassed by any-and arrive In Baltimore In time for
[orthern and Western train*.
On *nd after May 6th a round trip ticket will be
■old from Richmond to West Point, good to go down
on SATURDAY and return on MONDAY, for $176.
In this way persons may enjoy fine salt water bath
ing at West Point. Bathing houses will be fitted up.
Good hotel* are open for the accommodation or guests
at moderate prices.
PHILIP T. YEATSIAN,
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
Wm.N. Biaoii, Superintendent. my 1
(CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after SUNDAY, April 30th, PASSENGER
TRAINS loave Richmond (Sunday* excepted) as fol
lows :
Bt3o A. M.—MAIL TRAIN for Staunton, con
necting at Gordonsville with Orange, Alexandria
and Manassas train for Washington and North, uud
Lynchburg and South.
Thi* train will run through to White Sulphur
Springs TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR
DAYS.
3:35 P. M.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for
Gordonsville.
SUNDAY TRAIN leaves at 8:30 A. M. for Gordons
ville, connecting for the North and South.
THROUGH TICKETS, at low rates, sold to all
points North, West and Southwest.
Further Information may be obtained at the com
pany's office*. A. H. PERRY,
General Superintendent.
James F. Nethibund,
General Ticket Agent. ap 29
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.—
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.—On and afte
MARCH 30,1871.
GOING WEST,
Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) le»ve» Richmond
daily (except Sundays) at 4 A. M.; leaves Danville at
11:03 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1:52 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leave* Rich
mond daily at 9:15 A. M.: arrive* at Lynchburg at
6 P.M.
Train No. 6 (Through Mail and Express) leave
Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M ; leave Danville daily
at 10:22 P. M ; arrive at Greensboro'daily ut 12:50
A. M.
GOING EAST :
Train No. 8 (Through Mall and Express) leave
Greensboro' daily at 2A. M.; leave Danville dally at
4:36 A. M.; arrive at Richmond daily at 12:30 P. M,
Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens
boro' da!ly(except Sundays) at 11:05 A H; leave Dan*
ville at 1:27 P. X.; arrivo at Kichmond at 8:15 P. M.
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) leave* Lynch
burg dally at 8:30 A. M.; leave* Burkeville at 1 P.
M.; arrive* at Richmond at 4:00 P. M.
Trains Nos. 1 and 5 connect at Greenßboro' with
Trains on North Carolina Railroad for all point*
South.
Train No. 3 connects at Burkoville with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for all points
Southwest and South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest can be procured at the tickot office in
Richmond.
&g~ Papers that have arrangements to advert!je
the schedule of this company will please print a.
above.
JNO R. MAOMURDO,
ap 15 General Freight and Ticket Agsnt.
1871. 1871.
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINE
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
ROUTE,
TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST, AND NORTH
WEST.
Train No. I,—Through Mail Train, via. Wash
ington, leave Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
streets, dally at 12:46 p m ; arrive in Richmond
daily at 2:20 p m.
Train No. a,—Through Mail Train, via, Wash
ington, leave* tho Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
streets, dally (Sunday* excepted) at 8:45 pni ; ar
rives In Richmond (Mondays excepted) at 3:30 a m.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAOE.
Checks to all the principal poiuta in the North, East,
and Northwest.
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on TUES
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond
and Milford, will run dally (Sundays excepted,)
leaving the depot, corner of Broad and Eighth
streets, at 4:30 p in, and arriving in Richmond at
8:50 a m.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
and Eighth streets.
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket and Freight Agent.
E. T. D. Mtebs, General Superintendent Ie 13—tf
ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS
RAILROAD.
On and after SUNDAY, January 29,1871, one daily
passenger train will run between WASHING 10.V
and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordonsville with
the Chesapeake aud Ohio Kailroad to Richmond,
Staunton and the Virginia Springs ;at Lynchbnrg
for the We*t and South west, and at Washington, to
the North and Northwest.
Leave Washington daily at 6:65 a. m., and Alexan
ria at 8 a. n,., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:05 p m.
Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 a m, arrive at Alexandria
at 6:25 p in, and at Washington at 6:16 p m.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Waahiugton daily
(excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a m; leave Alexandria
at 11:20 a m, pass Strasburg at 4:20 p in, and arrive
at Harrisburg at 7 p in.
Eastward, leave Harrisonburg at 6:30 a m; pass
Strasburg at 9.25 a m, arrive at Alexandria at 1:6»
p in, and at Washington in timo for connecting with
the 3 p m train from Washington to Baltimore.
Good {connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax station ;
to Middleburg from Plains; to Upperville from
Piedmont, aud to Staunton from Harrisonburg.
Both the Eastward and Westward bound trains
make cloae connection at Strasburg with the Win
chester and Strasburg Railroad to Winchester, Har
per* Ferry, Ao.
Elegant sleeping cars are run daily between New
York and Lynchburg, without chauge.
Also, car* through between Baltimore and Lynch
burg, avoiding the inconvenience of transfer in
Through ticket* and baggage checked te all promi
nent point*. J. Jl. BROADUS,
mh 7—tf General Ticket Agent.
DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN
RICHMOND AND THK SOUTH, 80UTII
WES'c AND NORTHWEST, VIA IHE VIRGINIA
AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Groat Passenger Route is composed of tho
Richmond and Danville railroad, Virginia and Ten
nessee Consolidated Railway lane, East Tennessee
and Virginia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia
lailroad, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Mem
phis and Charleston railroad and other conneo tions
Passenger trains leave Richmond dally (Sundays
excepted) at 9:15 a. m., making close connections!
throughout to Lynchburg aod stations on Soutbside
railroad, Bristol and stations on the Virginia and
Tennessee railroad, Knoxvllle, Decatur, Corinth,
Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo
go. Canton, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, At
lanta, Rome, Selrna, Macon, Columbus and all pointa
South and Southwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago,
Louisville, Jackson, Tennessee, Cairo, St. Louis aud
all points North and Northwest.
Through tickets good until used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping car* on all night trains.
Good eating nouses and ample time for meals.
Fare lower than by any other route.
Fer further Information, apply at the office of the
Virginia aud Tennessee Air-Line Railway, 1326 Main
street, or at the office of the Richmond and Danville
railroad, R. F. WALKER,
Agent.
ALEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AND HAMPSHIRE
HAILKOAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, BEGINNING
APRIL 1, 1569.
TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCBCT SUNIIAY) BE
TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leave Alexandria at 8 a m and 5 pm. Leave
Hamilton at 6a m and 11.30 am. Leave Leesburg
at 5.26 a m and 12.16 p m.
The 8 a m train from Alexandria and 11.30 a m
train trom Hamilton connect with Kemp'* Daily
Lino of Coaches for Purcellville, Sulckersville, Ber
ryville, and Winchester ; also, with Reamer's Llue
of Coaches, which leave* Leesburg daily for Ball's
Mill, Aldie, and Middleburg. On and after June,
twenty stages will run daily to Capon Springs.
All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient
hours fur councctions with Wuahfngton aud Balti
more the same day.
FARE,
From Alexandria to
Leesburg $2 00 Winchester $3 00
Clark's G*p 2 26 | Ball's Mill 2 26
Hamilton 2 25 i Aldie 2 76
Purcellville 2 76 Middleburg 3 26
Berryville 3 60 |
Good* per Now York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
steuuers, Railroad or Kxpress, to care R. 11. Haven
ner, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwarded
Over the road free of charge for commission.
Commutation ticket* between Alexandria and
Hamilton, and all Intermediate stations, at low
rate.
Kuuud trip tickets, good only for day of Issue, be
tween Alexandria and Hamilton, and between those
and iuteruiediat* point*, at reduced rates.
NATHAN IKL HAYS,
J* I— ly Oeueral Superintendent.
STEAMSHIPS.
■WTIRQINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Th* atoamßl.lps GEORGE P. UPTON aod WIL
LIAM P. CLYDE leav* New York *very TUESDAY
and BATURDAY at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier SI
North river : leave Rlctamond every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY at high tide.
Close connections made with sUami-ra for al
Southern and Eastern port*.
D. J. BURR, President,
WABtnierjTns k Co., Agent*, Richmond, Va
Pier 21 North river, N«w York. ap 4
FOR NEW YORK—OI,D DOMINION STEAM
SHIP COMPANY.
The splondld now side-wheol Slramships ISAAC
1iE1.1,, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA, IIATTKRASand
NIAGARA leave New Yurk for Norfolk, Olty Point
and Richmond ever, TUEBDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Leave Richmond overy TUESDAY, FRIDAY and
SUNDAY at high tide.
These ships aro entirely new, and were built ox
prossly fur this ronte.
They have splendid saloon* and state-rooms, and
the accommodations and attention are unsurpassed
Goods shipped by this line aro landed regularly at
New York, on the Company's covered pier, 37 North
River, within forty eight hours.
Insurance effected when ordered, at v QUARTER
OF ONE I'KR CENT, at tho offico of th<s company.
Freights for points lioyond Now York forwarded
with dißpatch, end no chargo mado, except art mil
expenses Incurred.
.***?■ For further Information apply to
JOIIN VV. WYATT, Agent,
Jy s—ts No. 3, Governor atreet.
RaILRUADS.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
MORE RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE.
Commencing Monday, November 21st, 1870,
trains will leave Depot, corner Broad atreet
and Washington avenue, as follow*:
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. ni. (Sundays ex
cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular
station*.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware
Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch
Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Rail
road, at Harrington with Junction and' Brea
kwater Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester
and Delaware Railroad, at Del mar with East
ern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with
Wicomico and Pocomoke Railroad.
Express Train at 11:45 a. m. (Sandays ex
cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stop
. ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre de
Grace. Connect* at Wilmington with train
for New Castle.
Express Train at 4 p. m. (Snndays except-
I I ed), lor Baltimore and Washington, stopping
at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont,
Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk
ton,North East, Charlestnwn, Perryville,fiavre
; de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edgewood,
( Magnolia, Chase's, and Stemmer's Run.
Night Express at 11:30 p. in. (daily), for
I Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Ches
ter, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilming
ton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Perryville,
Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia.
1 Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk
1 will take the 11:45 a. in. train.
WILMINGTON TRAINS,
. stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
, and Wilmington:
Leave Philadelphia at 11 a ro, 2:30, 5 and 7
pm. Tbe 5p m train connects witb Delaware
Railroad for Harrington and intermediate sta
tions.
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a m, 2, 4
i and 7:15 p m. The 8:10 am train will not stop
■ between Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 pm train from Wilmington runs
' daily. All other Accomodation Trains Snn
' days excepted.
, Trains leaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p
i m., will connect at Lamokin Junction with ths
7am and 4:30 p m trains for Baltimore Cen
tral Railroad.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a m, Way-mail.
9:35 a m, Express. 2:35 p in, Express. 7:25
p m, Express.
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE.
' Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping at
Magnolia, Ferryman'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,
1 South-west, may be precured at Ticket Office,
828 Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel,
i where also staterooms and berths in sleeping
- cars can be secured during the day. Persons
purchasing tickets at this office can bave bag
• gage checked at their residence by the Union
■ Transfer Company.
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
MORS RAILROAD.
' Commencing MONDAY, November, 41,1870. Pas
*engor Trains will leave President Street Depot as
follows:
1 Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Statiou
at 7:25 a. m.
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
9:36 a ni.
' Express Train for Philadelphia and New York a(
2:40 p. in.
I Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and Inter
mediate Stations at b p. in.
Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m.
Express Train for New York at 10:40 p. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
For Philadelphia at 7:25 p.m. For New York al
1 10:10.
CONNECTIONS.
i 7:25 a. ni. Train connects at New Cafltle Junction
with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, ami
at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia an-I
Baltimore Central Railroad.
11:25 a. m. Traiu at Perryville for Port Deposit.
2:40 p. m. Train at Porryvlllo Tor all Station* on
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at
, Wilmington for Stutiona on Delaware Railroad be
, tweou Wilmington and liairington.
Through Tickets may be procured either at Presi-
I dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 117 Balti
more street.
Secured seats in the reclining buck car and berth-*
or state rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti
, moro streot office during the day. Ou application at
147 Baltimore street tho Uniou Transfer Company
will call for and check baggage at private residences,
thus avoiding the confusion uttonding tho earn* at
the depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
General Agent.
■JtTORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On and after SUNDAY, December 4, 1670, Trains
will leave aB tbllows:
8:30 a. m.—Mail daily (except Sundays) for the Wenr
and North to Buffalo anil Niagara Falls.
12:40 p. m.—Fost Line daily (except Sundays) for the
West and North to Williamsport.
7:40 p. iv.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West.
10:20 p. m.—Daily for the West. North to Buffalo,
Rochester. Niagara Falls and the Canada*.
Trains for Western Maryland Road ut 8:30 a. m. auii
8:30 p.m.
Trains for Gettysburg at 8:30 a. m, and 12:40 p. m.
Trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. in., 12:40 and 3:30 p. tu.
Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:80 a. in. and
12:40 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
For York dally (except Sundays)—3:3o pm,
For Parkton daily (except Sundays) - 6:30 p m.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
From the West and North—2:3o and 8:16 a m, 12:30.
2:45 and f>:l6 p m.
York Accommodation—lo:ls a m.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m.
For ticket* to all pointa North and West, apply lo
Calvert Stutian and at No 9 North Calvert street.
ED. S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Agent.
, ALFRED R. FISKE,
O eneral Super in tenden t.
rp HE BALTIMOREfAND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, THREE
DAILY TRAINS will be run between Baltimore and
Wheeling and Parkersburg, as follows :
The MAIL TRAIN, for all way polnfs, east of
Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun
days) at 8:00 A. M.; returiiisglwlll arrive at Baiti
more at 6:05 P. M.
The 8 A. M , Train connects with Strasburg anil
Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad.
Tho FAST LINE will leave daily at 4 P.M.; re
turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will lenve Paltlmore
daily at 8:45 P. M.; returning will arrive at Balti
more at 8:50 P. M.
The WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG AOOMMO
DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore daily (except
Sunday!) at 4:06 P. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40
The MOUNT AIRY AOCOMOMDATTON TRAIN
will leave dolly (except Ruudaysj at 6.00 P. M. j re
turning, will leave Mount Airy at C:l6 A. M., and ■
arr ye at Baltimore at 8:30 A. M.
The ELLICOTT'B MI I 1.8 TRAIN will leave at 1:20
P. M., dally (except Sundays); returuiug, will ariive
at Baltimore ut 3:20 P. M.
FOR HAGBRSTOWN AND FREDERICK.
Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:05 p. m.; returuiug,
will arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 a. in. aud 6:05 p. in.
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG.
Loave Baltimore at 8:00 a. ni. and 4:00 p. in. ; re
turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. m. and 5:06 p. m.
FOR WASHINGTON.
Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08,7, 8:10 and 11:30 a
m.,aud 2, 3:60, 4:45 aud 8:30 p. ni.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Trains leave at 0:15, 8:00 and 9:26 a. m. and 12 45
2:50, 4:10, 5:40, 7:45 and 9 p. in.
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Baltlmoie at 7 and 11:30 a. lv. aud 4:46 p. i.,
leave Washington at 0:45 and 9:26 a. ni. and 4:10 p. lv
For further information, Tickets of every kind,
Ac, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station
or at the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master .ii Transportation.
L. M. COLE,
General Tloket Agent.

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