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Indianapilis lies a triple fiend.
San Francisco's great park contain? 000
Tho latest California discovery an
nounced is a spring of indelible ink.
A French council of war is to investi
gate all the surrenders of the late conflict.
The Philadelphia regiment of colored
troops are to visit Boston in October.
A man who has no bills against him I
belongs to the highest order of no-biU-ity.
Nine hundred unlicensed dogs have beon
slaughter.- in Baltimore during the present
Prince Edward's Island has a popula
tion of 93,000, au increase in ten years of
twenty-five per cent.
They captured at Charleston last week,
from tbe wharves, a shark eleven feet two
A well laid plan for swindling Uncle
Sara out of tho Marine Hospital property
in San Francisco has been unearthed.
Boston has frequent fires, caused by the
spontaneous combustion of old oiled rags,
and the papers are full of warnings on the
Weed, Parsons & Co., of Albany, will
erect on tho site of their burnt buildings a
tire-proof edifice, four stories high, costing
An Italian medical journal states that
delirium tremens has been cured by the
administration of a solution of ammonia
io heroic doses.
The Episcopal Methodists hold their
national camp-meeting at Round Lake,
N. V., again this year, the cxercisos lasting
from July - to the 14th.
Fifty-eight millions of sheets of paper,
especially manufactured for the govern
ment currency purposes, bave been counted
and given into the possession of the trea
The Omaha Republican has beeu in
formed that 1,000 families, dow residents
of nearly 200 localities in Michigan and
other adjacent States, are concerned in a
movement to settle in Lincoln county, Ne
An Upper Dcs Moines (Iowa) paper
says: "Tbe train of covered wagons
pouring in from the East and drifting
westward is 100 per cent, greater this year
than in any previous year since we havo
been in lowa." -
The new City Hall of Detroit will be
opened on the Fourth of July, aod it is
proposed to havo a banquet on tho occa
sion, but the committee having charge of
the matter give notico that no wines or
liquors will be furnished.
A Ku-Klux organization having been
established in Kansas City against prize
candy swindling the able bodied individ
uals who had heretofore devoted their at
tention to tbat peculiar occupation are now
engaged at the street corners selling toy
balloons to little children.
When diamonds aro polished, aod yet
unset, the genuine gem i 3 easily detected
from tbe imitation by laying the stones on
a printed paper. Diamonds, although
brilliant, are not transparent; so, if the
letters shine through and aro visible, the
stone is of rock crystal, paste or other
The tiei on tho South American rail
ways have been transported almost entirely
from California, aB tho hard wood ties cut
on the Andies cannot bo used without bo
ring the spike hole with augers. The ties
cost one dollar each landed in Callao.
Geij, O. E. Babcock entered yesterday
on the discharge of his duties as Commis
sioner of Public Buildings and Grounds.
We predict for Geu. Babcock a live and
vigorous administration of affairs, and
comprehensive plans for the improvement
and ornamentation of the District. — Wash
ington Republican, 2d.
An English chemist has been experi
menting for the purpose of ascertaining
how much of various kinds of food must
be eaten in order to make ono pound of
flesh. He comes to the conclusion that it
requires twenty-five pounds of milk, ono
hundred of turnips, fifty of potatoes, fifty
of carrots, nine of oat moal, seven and a
half of barley meal and three and a half of
The bar-iron manufacturers of the At
lantic States have acted judiciously in
forming a permanent association. The
iron and steol and woolen trade organiza
tions already existing have, in various
ways, conferred benefits on their respect
ive industries. These associations are also
calculated to promote harmony of action
on the tariff, and thus disappoint the hopes
of free traders, who seek to profit by dis
sensions or supposed rivalry.
Mr. Thompson, who Hve3 near the town
of Wells, in Minnesota, lias 1,400 acres ol
wheat, 1,250 of flax, KOO of oats and 400
of corn. About 4,400 acres altogether are
under cultivation. lie has set out 80,000
cuttings, cottonwood and white willow
and eighteen miles of fence, consuming
40,000 pounda of wire aud 20,000 posts
He owns twenty brick farm houses, with
barns and other improvements, and ex
pects to open twenty new farms this sum
mer, putting up the necessary building
Previous to the settlement of California
singing birds, fragrant flowers and honey
bees were not to be found in the entire
country. Now, however, in all parts of
the State may be found many varieties of
singing birds, like the mocking bird, bobo
link, larks, linnets, thrushes, Baltimore
Oriole, and the common robin, which
always follow civilization. Tho forests in
all parts of the State are filled with the
honey bee, and the honey from Los
Angelos county is ao important article of
commerce. And as for fragrant flowers,
California can now beat the world.
, —_—.•» —i —-_-_—
Kagcrhese to Direct I
Wn.LlAMSßi'nn, June 1, 1871.
To the Editor of the State Journal.
On tbe evening of the 29th ultimo, the
young men of Williamsburg, according to
previous arrangement, were allowed the
use of the court-house, for the purpose of
organizing a volunteer military company.
The would-be leaders of the Democracy
in this locality took advantage of this call,
and before the young men had collected
iheir ideas, or formed their plans, two of 4
these obsolete's of Democracy took charge
of the meeting, by appointing one of their
number chairman, who, in turn, appointed
the other oue on a eommitUe of five to
draft a series of resolutions and appoint a
day for a delegated convention, to meet at
this place, to nominate a caudidate for
this senatorial district. The gentleman
who was appointed secretary of what he
supposed a military meeting, as originally
contemplated, wan very much chagrined
when tbe met ling assumed tbe MJMCt
heated political gathering, seasoned with '
I havo wiittcn this uuicli that tho true
facts may appear coleoportry with the
publication, in the Richmond Conservative
papers, of the resolutions alluded to above,
and passed by the politico-military meet-
A more farcical meeting has uot been
held in this city, or anywhere else, during
tho present century. Not over five per- |
sons in this city knew anything of the
meeting. The Democracy are beginning
to learu that the reticence of Sam, of
Know-Nothing notoriety, is becoming re
spectable and invaluable iv carrying out
their nefarious designs.
l\ s.—Only four persons were promi
nent in the meeting, and they were Demo
crats, two of whom are under the ban of
the fourteenth amendment. G. F.
[From the New York Tribune. 1
Riding AU Klriilllllll.
A menagerie gave an exhibition recently
at the Indian village o/ Pottawatomie, in
Kansas, and during tho night a party of
braves broke into the tent and stole the
elephant. They undertook to ride the ani
mal about town. In a few minutes the
air resounded with the crash of demolished
wigwams and the shrieks of tho terrified
The child of the forest jabbed knives
and arrows into the sides of Old Emperor
for so the boast was known to showmen
—without doing him a bit of good. On
he rushed, half mad with rage and fright,
destroying everything within reach, and
driving the people out into the prairies.
When he had trampled a largo part of the
village into ruins, and stripped the roofs
off the rest of the lodges, his keeper camo
up, and "the father of all the animals"
Tbe Southern Democrats have jost been
trvinz to ride an elephant, with similar re
sults. Their old Emperor, Mr. Jefferson
Davis, was a picturesque and profitable
feature iv the Democratic menagerie bo
long as ho was securely hobbled and kept
quiet in his corner. Once in a while a cau
tious showman might walk him around the
tent, to the delight of the gaping rustics
and small boys, and occasionally he raised
■truuk and emitted a mild roar, not at
ilarming in itself, but suggestivoof ter
e posffbilities. But his principal oc
cupation after all was to stand still, and be
fed with cakes, and stared at as a marvel,
with tho strength of a giant aad the docil
ti an evil hour some unauthorized per
i let the Old Emperor loose, and what
uproar he has made I Tho new plat
is which the Vallandigham Democrats
t with so much pains have beon knock
nto splinters. Organizations have been
scattered, and the Northern leadors run
about screaming in the darkness, and
breaking their necks trying to get out of
tho animal's way. His path is strewn with
ruin*, and before his rampage is over be
will probably have done the Democracy
more mischief than they can repair in an
other four years.
, ~, .
Foster, the murderer of Put Dam, appeals
to tho public, and says he was tried out o
his turn. He says that he killed Putnam
lile drunk, &c. L For which he ought to
hanged, as we have no doubt he wil
The English high commission, with
nister Schenck, havo arrived in London.
Mr. S, was welcomed by an address from
tho Chamber of Commerce. Ho responded
by hoping that friendly relations between
the two countries would continue.
A magnificent palace car, made in Cali
fornia, out of Mexican and California ma-
I terial, is on its way to Washington, proba
bly as a present to Mr. Grant.
The labor strike has ended. Two dol
lars por day is now paid by contractors.
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medicines, for one of our Alnisnacs and Vade Me
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Our testimonials date from 183rl to the present, and
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f N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI-
A ted Btates for the Eastern district of Va.
In the matter of N. M. Thornton, bankrupt—ln
To Whom it May Concern:—The undersized,
A. H Bracy, of Mecklenburg county, Va, hereby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tha
cste.tß of A. M. Tncrulon of Mecklenburg; county, lv
sail dlatikt, who was, ou th .-'6 th day of Übicli
lKTl.adJuilccJ bankrupt ou his owu pttitii n b] ti.e
District Court of Baid district.
Dated St. Tammany, Va„ May, 1811.
my 21— M3w. A. H. BRAI i, Aaal^ua.
THE FRENCH ASSEMBLY—THE NEXT RULERS
Paris, .lune 6.—Egress from the city
Ia forbidden after 9P. M. Foreigners are
arriving in great numbers daily. Fifty
thousand of the insurgents who bore arms
are still at large, from whom the police are
in constant danger. Groussett has been
arrested, and thoy are nrtively searching
for Pyatt. Tbe funeral of Archbishop
Darboy will take place on the Tth instant
from Notre Dame.
The Duke D'Aumale is at St. Germain.
Versailles, June 4.—The probable re
sult of the setting of the Assembly to
morrow causes great anxiety and excite
ment. It is believed that tbe decree exil
ing the Bourbon provinces will be abro
gated. The newspapers generally disap
prove of such a course, which they say
will bo a step towards restoration of the
The War In Sun Domingo.
Havana, Juno fi.—The Port-Au-Prince
journals of May 23d, publish the protest
of the people against annexation to the
San Domingo advices of May 30th, b»
President Batz is making extensive pre
parations to carry on the war, having ro
ceived amy Btores from New York. Th
revolutionists aro also on their part get-tin ;
ready for the fight.
Horace Greeley on Hia Way Home.
Louisville, June s.—Horace Greele
passed through here on his way home to
day. He gives glowing acccounts of Texa
but was unfavorably Impressed with Mis
sissippi, where ho says there is more wast
land and more of the old Southern spiri
than in any Southern State he has y
I mora [of Army Changea.
ngton, June 5. —The reports of
g changes iv the department and
commanders with a view to
n the enforcement of the Ku-Klux
Dfounded, nor has tho war depait
' information of the "general In
" paraded in the nowspapers.
Laura Fair, to be hung at San
o July 28th for murder, is telo
as having changed neither io
jr spirits, and some strong-minded
are getting up "demonstrations"
:itizens of Cherokee Flat, in Cali
.imulated by a reward of $5,000,
rning had surrounded the mur-
Miss McDaniel, the only trouble
ow that he haa with him two re-
Dwinell, of San Francisco, has
d the exceptions in Mrs. Fair's
d she is sentenced to be hanged
-piscopal authorities are about to
. legal measures to force Rev. Mr.
(recently "degraded") from his
ury in the case of Hays vs. the
Life Insurance company havercn
verdict for plaintiff for $11,600.
ressman Bowen has been convicted
ny. The jury was out but twenty
3 libel case of Finney vs. the Re
i, a verdict was rendered for de
)f the English cables has been re
and repaired. Others will be
y Neill refuses to surrender the
o Mace until he gets competent
t Gasperin, formerly on the French
iy at Washington, died lately at
[avana the impost on cattle is re
o $2 in Spanish and $3 in foreign
turday ; aged, eighty-four yeara.
injunction against the Missouri lot
tery drawing was revoked Saturday.
Mr. Bancroft, minister to Germany, is
about to receive his credentials as such.
Littlefield, one of the Fair-Crittendon
jurors, will probably be impeached.
The French Assembly has voted 1,061!,
--000 francs to rebuild Thiers' house.
Heavy floods prevail in the vicinity o(
Lake Ponchartrain, La.
The steamer Hatteras from Hichmond
arrived at New York this morning.
The wheat crop in Southern Illinois is
earlier and larger than ever known.
Liverpool, June 6, Noon.— Cotton aotive
and firmer— Uplands, 8% ; Orleana, B%@B'*.
Estimated sales 20,000 bales. Flour 36s 6d.
_on_oti, June 5, Noon.— Consols, 91%; U. 9.
Frankfort, June S.—TJ. S. bonda 96 7 s .
New York markets.
tlNew York, June fi.—Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat a shade firmer ; corn quiet and firmer j
pork quiet at 15% and 15% ; lard steady;
cotton higher—-Uplands 18%; Orleana 19—
sales 3,000 bales. Turpentine unchanged at 48
@48}_. Rosin steady—strained at $2.60 @
$2.05; freights steady.
Stocks steady and firm. Governments dull
and Bteady. Gold dull at 112%. Money easy
at three per cent. State bonds dull and heavy.
Sterling-long 110%, Bhort 110%.
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER
la strongly recommended aa the best dentifrice
known. It cleanses and preserves the teeth, hardeua
the goms, sweetens the breath; and, containing no
acid or gritty substance, is perfectly harmless, and
can bo used daily with great advantage. Sold by all
drnggiata. Price, 26 and 60 cants par bottle.
TIME 13 MONEY.—Tho old-tlmod axiom is aptly
illustrated lv the use of DOOLKY'S YEAST POW
D-R. It is well known that the common process ol
rinsing dough is a Blow one, and often attended with
unfavorable results from the use of poor baker's
yeast, and improper heat. With DOOLKY'S YEAST
POWDER the best rolls, biscuits, ccm-cakes, etc,
I. made in the short apace of ten minutes, and
a will certainly attend its use. This Is owing
purity, strength, aud the cara with which It is
actured. DOOLEY * BROTHER, 69 New
i New York, Proprietor. For sale by all Gro-
H?A ««___ ! ______ 9 =-
THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
nited States, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of White 4 Sale, bankrupts—in
Al Norfolk, in said district, ou the 291h day of
May, 1871. ,
District of Virginia, ss:
TO WHOM IT MA. CONCERN-
Take notice that a petition haa been filed iv eafl
court, by White A Sal*, of Norfolk, in said district,
duly declared bankrupts under the act of Congress
of March 2nd, 1867 , for a discharge ana certificate
thereof, from all their dobts and other clalma prova
ble under said act, and that the 21at day of June
next, at 11 a. m., Is assigned for the hearing of the
same, when and where you may attend and show
cause, if any you have, why the prayer ol the said
petition should not be granted.
' (HiRL-S T.BARRY,
ju I—Tu2w Clerk of tne U. 8. District Court.
WATCH HIKE, and $30 a day sure, no hum
bug. Addreaa with atamp, LAITA 00 , .
In the 'matter ot James T. Bulle-i ft Co., bank
" It is ordered that this cause be referred to Heuiy
Hndnall, who Is hereby appointed a Special Commis
sioner of this court for the purpose, to ascertain and
report to this conrt as follows, to wit:
First The estate, real and personal, of the co-part
net-ship of James T. Butler ft Co., which co-partner
ship is composed of James T. Butler and John T.
Second. The individual eslate, real and persona',
Third. The individual estate, real -ud personal, of
James T. Bntler.
Fourth. The indebtedness of tile co partnership of
Jamea T. Butler ft Co., and their respective priori
ties, if any such exist.
Fifth. The Individual Indebtedness of John T. Bnt
ler, and their respective priorities, if any such exist.
Sixth. The individual indebtedness of Jamea T.
Bntler, and their respective priorities, If any snch
exist, and appear and file proofs of debts and evidence
of Hens before Henry Hndnall, Esq., Commlssiontr
as aforesaid, and any creditora of the said firm of
James T. Butler ft Co., or of either of the partners
individually, who have not proved their debts before |
the register, may appear and prove the same before
said Commissioner, and Baid Commissioner shall have
power to examine any party or creditor he may deem
proper, on oath, and call for the production of proofs
and papers, and he is hore'.iy directed to give notice
of the time and place ot taking Bitch accounts by
publication onco a weok for four weeks in the dally
Statb Journal, and also by serving personal notice
upon the assignee and nil of the creditors of said
bankrupts who have liens within the reach of the
process of this court."
Commission:lr's Officb, )
UifiiM'.Mi, Va., No. 1106 Main street, >
May 15th, 1871. J
All poisons interested in the above order, will take
notice that I have rppointoil my said office, in this
city, as the place, and WEDNESDAY, the 11th day
of Jnne, 1871, at 12 o'clock: M., ns the timo, for tak
ing the accounts, making enquiries and generally
executing the duties directed by the aforesaid order,
when aud where all persons Interested are required
to be present with the papers and proofs necessary
to enable me to report upon the matters referred to
me as above.
Given under my hand, at Richmond, this litil day
my 17—M4w Special Commissioner.
1« THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■*■ STATES for tho Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of Turner 11. Southall. bankrupt—iv
Eastern District of Virginia, as :
Notice is hereby given that a second general meet
ing of the creditors of the said Turner n. Southall.
bankrupt, will be held at Norfolk, at the office of
Benj. B. Foster, Res lßter in Bankrnptcy, in said dis
trict, on Thursday, the Bth day of June, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., for the purposes named In the 27th sec.
tion of the bankrupt act of March 2d, 1867.
Dated at Norfolk, this 9lh day of May, 1871.
0. B. UAYDEN, Asigneo
my 15—M2w of Turner H. Southall.
j f N THE DISTRICT COURT — OF THE fjNITED
_. BTATES for the Eastern District of Virginia,
In the matter of Hughes Dillard, bankrupt—ln
To the creditors of Hughes Dillard claiming liens, by
Judgments or otherwise, against the real estate of
[ said bankrupt, surrendered In his schedule In
i bankrnptcy aud sold by Moses IL Tredway, his
i In obedloace to an order of the District Court of
the United States for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, made In the above matter of bankruptcy on
the 6th day of May, 1871, yon are hereby notified
to appear at my office, in the tewn of Danville, Va.,
on the 13th day of JUNE, 1871, and show couse, if
any yon can, 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 heirß of Samuel
11. Hairston, purchaser of said land at a sale mode
by said asßignoe under a former order of this court.
And you are also notiliod that In the event of your
failure to appear at said time and place and Bhow
such cause, the said assignee is directed te convey
Rthe said land to the heirs of the said
nairston by deed, with special warranty,
liens and encumbrances.
1871. JOHN F. COBBS,
4w Register in Bankrnptcy.
DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED
« the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter of A H Roberts, bankrupt-
Eastern District of Virginia, ss:
Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of the
creditors of the said A H Roberta, bankrupt,
| for th-* purpose of declaring a dividend, will be held
at Richmond, at the office ot W W Forbes, EEq., one of
the Registers in Bankruptcy, in Baid district, on
Wodnesdny, the 7th day of June, IS7I, at 10 o'clock
1 A. M., io accordance with the provisions of the 27th
1 and 28th sections of the bankruptcy act of March
bated at Charlotte, C.n ,tho 15th Jay of May, 1871.
my 16—Tu2w Assignees.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
A States for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Austins Fowlkes, bankrupt —In
At Richmond, Va., this 2ltli (lay of May, 1871.
TO WHOM I- MAY CONCERN:
Please to take notice, that a petition has been pre
sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, one of tho Regis
ters of said District Conrt, in Bankrnptcy, by P. A.
I Forbes, assignee of tho estate of said bankrupt, to
sell the real "estate belonging to said bankrupt, free
I from all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons inlereßted, that
In the terms of said petition au order has been lßsued
by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who may be
Interested In said estate, to appear before the said
Regiater nt Ida office In tbe said city of Richmond,
on the 7th day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M-, and
show causo, if any tbey have, why such order should
not be granted. P A FORBES,
my 27-82w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District ol Virginia.
In the matter of Lnugston Arvln a baukrupt—in
At Richmond, Va.,this 2-ltb day of May, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a potitlon has boon pre
sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, one of the Registers
of said District Couit. In Bankruptcy, by P A Forbos,
assignee of tho estate of said bankrupt, to sell Ihe
real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from
all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This ia to give notice to all peraons interested, that
in the terms of said petition an order has been issued
by the Regiater atoreaaid, for all peraons who may be
interested in said estate, to appear before the said
Regiater, at hiß office, In the Baid city of Rich
mond, ou the "th day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A
M, and Bhow cause, it any they have, why such order
should not be granted. P A FORBES,
my 27—82w . Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for tbe District of Virginia.
In the matter of W. F. Moore, a bankrupt
At Richmond, Va., this 24th day of May,lß7l.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition bos beeu pre
sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, one of tbe Registers
of BSid District Court, in bankrnptcy, by P. A.
1 Forbes, assignee of tbe estato of said bankrupt,
to sell the real estato belonging to Bald bankrupt,
I free from all liens thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested, that
I in the terms of Bald petition on order las lieen issued
by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who may be
interested in said estate, to appear beforo the said
Register, at his office, in the said city of Rich
mond, on the 7th day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A M, and Bhow cause, if any they havo, why such
order should not be grnuted.
P A FORBES,
my 27-SSw Assignee^
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the District ot Virginia.
In the matter of John A. Harris, a bankrupt
At Richmond, Va., this 2lth day of May, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition bos been pre
sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, oue of the Registers
ot said District Court, in Bankrnptcy, by P. A.
Forbes, assignee of tho estate of Bald bankrnpt, to
Bell tbo real estate belonging to said bankrupt,
free from all lions snd encumbrances thereon.
This Is to give notice to all persons interested,
that in the terms of said petition an order has been
issued by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who
may be interested in stld estate, to appear before
the said Register, at his office, in the said city
Richmond, on tho 7th day of June, IS7I, at 10 o'clock
AM, and show cause,if any they have, why such
order should not Ih> granted
P A FORBES,
my 27— 82w Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of K. B. Boach, a bankrnpt—lu
At Richmond, Va., this 24th day of May, 1871.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Please take notice, that a petition has beeu pre
sented to the Hon. W. W. Forbes, one or the Registers
fo sad District Court, In Bankruptcy, by P A Forbes,
assignee or the eatate of said bankrupt, to sell the
real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from
all liens and encumbrances thereon.
This Is to give notice to nil persons interested, that
lv tho terms of said petition an order has been issued
by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who may be
Interested in said estate, to appear before the said
Regiater, at his office, In the said city of Rich
mond, on the 7th day of June, 1871, at 10 A M, and
Bhow cause, if any they have, why euch order should
uot be granted. P A FORBES,
my 27—8-w Assignee.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITMD
1 STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In the matter ol William R. Howie, bankrupt—in I
To Whom 11 May Concern:—The undersigned,
Jacob Oohn, of Henrico county, Va., hereby givea
notice uf his appointment as assignee of the estate of
Wm. K. Howie, of Henrico c'ty, in said district, who
waa, on the 13th day ot April, 1871, n'ljudged a bank- I
rupt upi'n bis own putitiou by the District Court of I
Dated Rlchmoud, Msy Uth, 1871
my 27-83« JACOB COHN, Asaiguee. I
tht Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave tbe Depot,
at Thirty-first and Market stroots, which is reached
directly by the Market street cars, the lan car con
necting with cut Ii train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minutes before ita departure. The
Chestnut and Walnut street cara run within one
aqnare of the Depot.
Bleeping Oar Ticketa can lie had on application at
Iho Ticket Offlro, northwest corner of Ninth and
Chestnut streets, anil at the Depot.
Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for
and deliver baggaee at the Depot. Orders left at No.
201 Chestnut street or 110 Market streot, will receive
TRAINS LEAVE I)-POT, VIZ :
Pittsburg Express 12:11 A. M.
lock Haven and ElmiiaExpreas 9:40 "
Poall Accom 10:10 A. H. and 1:10 and 7:10 P. M.
Fast Line 12:40 "
Erie Express 12:40 "
Uarrisburg Accommodation 2:60 "
Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 "
Parkersburg Train 5:60
Cincinnati Express i. 8:00 "
Erie Mall and Buffalo Expresa 9:60 "
Pacific Express :....10;00 "
Way Passenger 10:30 "
Erie Mall leaves daily, running on Saturday night
to Williamsport only. On Sunday uight passengers
will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M.
Cincinnati and Pacific Express leaves daily. All
other trains daily, except Sanday.
The Western Accomodation Train runs daily, ex
cept Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro
cured, and baggage delivered by 5 P. M., at 11© Mar
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
II.; arrives at Paoli at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No.
2 leaves Philadelphia it 0:40 P. M., arrives at Paoli
at 7:40 P.M.
Bnnday Train No. I leaves Paoli at 6:60 A. M.; ar
rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train
No. 2 leaves Paoli at 4:60 P. M.: arrives at Philadel
phia at 6:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
Cincinnati Expreas 3:10 A.M.
Philadelphia Express 7:00 "
Erie Mail 7:00 "
I PaoliAccom 3:20 A.;M., 3:60 and 6:40 P.M.
Parkersburg Traiii 9:00 A.M.
Fast Line, Buffalo Train 9:60 ■'
1 ascaster Train.... 12:00 noon.
Erie Express 6.46 P.M.
Lock Haven and Elmira Express 5:45 "
Pacific Expreaa 3:25 "
Southern Expreas 5:45 "
Harriaonburg Accommodation 9:40 "
Fur further information, apply to
JOHN F. VANLKER, Jr.,
Ticket Agent, 901 Chestnut street.
TicketAgonl, 116 Market street.
SAMUEL 11. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot.
P niI.ADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
On and aitor MONDAY, December 6, 1870, the
tralna on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will
ntn as followa :
Xii leaves Philadelphia 9.40 P.M.
" • Willlamaport 7.25 A. M.
arrive at Erie 7 40 P.M.
rosaleaves Philadelphia 12.40 P.M.
" " " Williamsport 8.60 P.M.
" " arrlveatErle 7.40 A.M.
Elmira Mail loaves Philadelphia 9 30 A. M.
" " " Williamsport 6.36 P.M.
" " arrive at Lock Haven 7.60 P.M.
Mail Traiu leaves Erie 9.00 A. M.
•« " Williamsport 10.05 P.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 660 A.M.
Erie Expreaa leaves Erie 9.'0 P. M.
" » " Willlanißport 8.26 A. If.
" " arrive at I'hlladolphiri. 6 80 P.M.
Buffalo Express leaves Williamsport 12.35 A. M-
Milton 1.60 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 9.40 A. M
Expresa, Mall and Accommodation, east and west,
connect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mall
and Accommodation east of Irvi-gton with Oil Crook
and Alleghany River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
"VTORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
i SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to tho Lehigh and
ag Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern
erior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Roch
le Great Lakes and the Dominion of Canada.
Takes effect November 21, 1870.
in Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor
ks und American stroets, (Sundays excepted)
~ m. (Accommodation) for Fort Waahington.
35 a. m. (Express) for BothUhem, Allentown,
Chunk. Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Haale
ttston, Towanda, Waverly, and Elmira, and in
tion witn the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
i Falls, Rochester, Cloveland, Chicago, San
:co, and all points In the Great West.
I. m. (Accommodation) for Dnyloßtowu.
i. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allon
Mahanoy City, Mauch Chunk, Wlllinmsport
barro, Pittston, Scrauton, Ilackettstown
ey's MouutuiuJ, and Now Jersey Central am
and Essex Railroads,
a. m, (Accommodation) for Fort Washlngtou.
6:20 aud 8:15 p. m. for Abington.
p. m. (Express) tor Bothlebom, Easton, Allen
Mauch Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkeßbarre
n and Har.lotou.
p. m. (Accommodation) for Doyleatown.
;:20 p. va. (Bethlehem Accommodation) fo
hem, Easton, Allcutown, Copley and Maud
4:15 p. in. (Mail) for Doyleston.
6:00 p. in. for -otlilebeni' Eastou, Alleutown
6:20 p. ut. (Accommodation) for Lansdale.
11:30 p. m. (Accommorlation) for Fort Washington
The Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third stree
and Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at B;M,10:81S a. in.; 2:15, 5:05 and B:'_
Doyloston at 8:30 a. m , 4:40 and 6:W p. m.
Lansdale at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Washington nt 9:20,11:20 a. m., and 3:10 p. m.
Abington at 2:36, 6:56 and 9:3 ip. m.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a. m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at. 2:00 p. m.
ibr Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m.
r Philadelphia at 4:110 p. m.
1 and baggage chocked through to prin
it Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage
), No. 105 South Fifth street.
ELLIS CLARK, Agont.
IGIITS OF PYTHIAS.
, Grand Chancellor; Llngan B. Allen.
I Chancellor ; H. C. O. Hartmau, G. R.
f. B. Yaughan, O. Banker. Represeuta
io Supremo Lodge—W. U. Wade, D. W.
Villiain J. Tyson.
go, No. 2, meets every Monday night in
all. W. V. aiazebrook, W. C.
n l,odsre, No. 4, moots every Tuesday
'ythian Hall. 0. E. Wlngo, W. 0.; C.
Ige, No. 5, meets every Friday night In
dock. J. McCarthy, W. 0.; Dr. Jenifer
ge, No. 7, meets every Friday night, at
,11, Twenty fltth street. Q. Watt Taylor,
Viley Daviß, R. S.
ige, No. 12, meets every Thursday night,
boll corner Second and Broad atreeta.
Lodge, No. 12, meeta every Thursday
ythian Hall. M. P. Handy, W. C; J. P.
idge, No, lit, meets every Tuesday night
11 block. Chas DuncUor, W. C; Charles
i NoJ*7,meetß every Wednesday night in
[ail. W. C. Carrlngton, W.C.; W. J.
,odge, No. 20, (Manchester), meeta in
iuse every Thursday night, K. S. Oar-
I.; W. R. Gary, R. 8.
lISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
for the Eiutern Diatrict of Virginia,
io matter of Thomas W Hix, bankrupt
md, Va , this ltilh day of May, 1871.
IT MAY CONCERN:
te notice, that a petition lias iteeu pre
> Hon. John C Underwood, Judge of said
it, in Bankruptcy, by Wm H AUderdice,
;he eeUite of said bankrupt, to Bell the
-ouging to said bankrupt, free from all I
give notice to all persons lutaraoted, thai
of said petition an order has been Issued
c aforesaid, lor all persons who may be
n Bald estate, to appear before Register
i, at his office, in the said cltyofßich
e Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A
cause, if any they have, why su.-h order I
c granted. WM U ALLDERDICB,
HSTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
fur ths Kostorn District of Virginia,
itter of Napoleon B Richardson, bauk
and, Va., this 16th day of May, 1671.
IT MAY CONCERN :
ke notice, that a tetitiju has beeu pre
b lion. John C Underwood, Judge of said
rt, In Bankruptcy, by Wm 11 AUderdice,
assignee of the estate of said bankrupt, to sell the
real estate belonging lo said bankrupt, free from all
liens and encumbrances tlieroon.
This is to give notice to all persons interested, that
in tbe terms of said petition an order bos been iasued
Kthe ludge aforesaid, for all persons who maybe
irested iv said esta:e, to appear before Register
IV l\,:bt,,, al his office, in the said city of Rich
iid, ...ii Tiiu Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A
and show causo, if any they have, why such order
uld not bo granted, WM H ALLDERDICB,
17 17-W2, Assignee.
Ti mi No. 1 (Throngh Passenger) leaves Richmond
daily (except Sundays) at 4.10 A. M.; leavmi Danville
i>t 11:03 A. M.; arrive* at Greensboro' i,t 1:62 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich
-15A.M.; arrives at Lynchburg at
h rough Mail and Express) leaves
it 2:40 P. M ; leaves DnnvtHe dally
rrivisat Greensboro'daily at 12:55
Through Mail and Express) lenv*s
at 8:10 P.M.; loaves Danville daily
r ; at Richmond daily at 6:19 A. M,
'hrongh Pauenger) leaves Groeni
t Sundavejat 11:05 A M; leaves Dati|
; arrives at Richmond at 8:15 P. V.
pnchhurg Passenger) leaves Lynch
-10 A.M.; leaves Burkevillo nt I P.
chmondat 4:00 P. M.
md 6 connect at Greensboro'with |
i Carolina Railroad for all points
meets at Burkeville with Train on '
ppi and Ohio Railroad for all points
CKET3 to all point", South and
>c procured at the ticket office in
it have arrangements to adverthe
this company will please print ai
JNO R. MACMURDO,
General Iff eight and Ticket Agent.
SD TENNESSEE AIR-LINE.
aasei-ffer and Fast l< rels •■ t
rthe aoutfti, SoutliweM
nil Wurt liwrat.
ii»enger and Fast Freight Line is com
hmond and Danville railroad, Atlan
nd Ohio Railroad, East Tenneas-«»,
irgia Kailroad, Nashville and Chat
-1 and Memphis and Charleston Rail
ns leave Kiclimond daily (Sundays
15 a. m., making close connections
lynchlmrg and all stations on A., M
oad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth,
i Memphis, Now Orleans, Chattanoo
tson, Vicksburg, Mobile, balton, Ai
mt, Minion.., Columbus and all points
hwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago,
and all points North and Northwest.
its good until usod.
nut sleeping cars on all night trains.
_n by any other route.
ht line on this rcute offers great in
ladings issued and rates guaranteed.
i low rates and a prompt adjustment
:■ losses, damage or over cbarge.
iformation, apply at the office of the
nnossee Air-Line Railway, 1325 Main
1 office of tho Richmond and Danville
!KNEY, Agent Claims and Expenses,
and York River Railroad, }
pebintendknt'b Offioe, >
mond, Va.. May 30', 1871.)
r SCUEDULE— DAILY LINK.
MAY 30, 1871, the TRAINS on this
int daily at 9:00 a iv
mond " _. 10:55 "
d " 3:00p in
Point " i-AS ■
.AINS, WITH PASSENGER OAR
oud daily (Mondays excepted), Ot
v.n will leavo Richmond at 5:50 o'clock
at West Point at 8:41 a. m., and re-
West Pointat 3:40 p. ra., and arrive at
.50 p. m., thus enjoying fine salt water
mmodious bath-houses. Fare for the
ret daily (Sundays excepted) at West
-ut class Steamers for Baltimoro, and
;h and Weßt.
Ichmond to Baltimore, $6.00.
Is of Lading given to all points North
'reight roceived daily and promptly
tg by this route get a good night's
comfortable boats, with tables unsur
, and arrive in Baltimoro In time tor
t Train, with Passenger Car attached
Mondays oxcepted), will leave Rich-
Lj arrive at West Point at 7:30 a m.
Point (Sundays and Mond iys excepted)
ye at Richmond at 4:40 p.m.
p ticket will be sold from Ricbmoud
, good to go down on SATURDAY and
ONDAY, for $1.76. Good hotels are
iccommodation of guests at moderate
v, Freight Agent,
i. Ticket Agent. my 31.
IKE AiND OJbUO RAILROAD,
r THURSDAY, June Ist, PASSENGER
c Richmond (Bundays excepted) as fol
lows : ■_-___ r, .
BiGO A. M MAIL TRAIN for tha White Sul
phur Springs, connecting at Gordonsville with the
Orange, Alexandria and Manossaß train for Washing
ton and North, and Lynchburg und South*
3i35 P- M.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for
On and after tho 15th of .7UNK a PASSENGER
TRAIN will run daily (excopt Sunday) between
Staunton and the White Sulphur, as follows :
Leave Staunton at 8:15 A. M.
e rrive at White Sulphur at 1:32 P. M.
eavo White Sulphur at - 2:35 P. M.
Arrive at Staunton at 7:44 P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS, at low rates, sold to bll
points Northwest and Soii.thweat.
Further information may be obtained at the com
No Passenger Trains are run ou Sundays.
A. H. PERRY,
Goneral Ticket Agent Jul
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINK
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST, AND NORTH-
T-'itti- M«. It—Through Mail Train, via. Wash
ington, loave Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
stroots, daily at 12:45 p vi ; arrive In Richmond
daily at 2:20 p in.
Train No. &.—Through Mail Traiu, via, Wash-
Kn, leaves the Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth
_, daily (Sum ays excepted) at 8:45 p m ; ar
iu Richmond (Mondays excepted) at 3:30 a m.
ROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAC ft
Checks to all tho principal points in the North, East,
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on TUES
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, berweou Richmond
aud Milford, will run daily (Sundays excepted,)
leaving the depot, corner of Broad and Eighth
stieets, at 4:30 pin, aud arriving in Richmond at
8:50 a m.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
and Eighth streets.
Gonoral Ticket and Freight Agent.
E. T. D. Myj:ru ( General Superintendent te 13—tf
i vllWilK, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS
On and after SUNDAY, January 2s,ml, oue daily
passenger train will run between WASHINGION
and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordonsville with
the Chosapeake and Ohio Ha i trend to Richmond,
Staunton and the Virgiuia springs ; at Lynchburg
for the West and Southwest, aud at Washington, to
the North and Northwest.
Leave Washingtou daily at C:55 a. m.,and Aloxau
rla at 8 a. in., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:05 p m.
Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 am, arrivo at Alexandria
at 6:25 p in, and at Washington at 6:16 p en.
For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington dully
(excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a m; leave Alexandria
at 11:20 a m, pass Strasburg at 4:20 p m, and arrive
at Uarrisbnrg at 7 p m.
Eastward, leave Harrisonburg at 6:30 a ru; past
Straaburg at 9.26 a m, arrive ut Alexandria at 1:66
p in, and at Washington in time for connecting with
the 3pm train from Washington to Ualtimore,
Good j connections, by comfortable coaches, are
made to Fairfax Cuurt House front Fairfax station ;
to Middleburg from Plums; to Upper ville from
Piedmont, and to Staunton fiom Harrisonburg.
Elegant sleeping cars are run daily between New
York and Lynchburg, without change.
Also, carß through between Baltimore and LyncU
burg, avoiding (ho inconvenience of transfer In
Through tickets and bftggaga checked to all promi
nent points. J. M. BROAD US,
mh 7— tf General Ticket Agent.
ALEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AND HAMPSHIRE
BUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, BEGINNING
APRIL 1, 1869.
TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCKeT SUNDAY) BE
TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leavo Alexandria ut 8 a in and 5 p in. Leave
Hamilton at 5a m and 11.30 am. Leave Leesburg
at 5.25 a m and 12.15 p m.
Tbe Ham train from Alexandria and 11,30 v m
train trom Hamilton connect with Korup's Daily
Line of Coaches for Purcellville, Snickersville, Ber
ryville,and Winchester; also, with Reamer's Win*
of Coaches, which lo.ives Leesburg daily for Ball's
Mill, Aldie, tad Mid 11-burg. On aud after June,
twenty Stages will run dttily to Oapou Springs.
All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient
hoars for connections with Washington and Balti
more the same day.
From Alexaudria to
Leubuig $_ 00 I Winchester $3 0U
Clark's Gap 2 25 | Bali's Mill _ _*
Hamilton 2 25 i Aldie 2 75
Purceliviliu 2 76 Middleburg. 3 26
Berryville 3 60 |
Qjods per Now York, Philadelphia, or Baltlmoie
stQ.mers, Railroad or Express, to care R. 11. Haven
rer, Gfuerul Afceut at Alexandria, will be forwarded
(-vei' the road lice of charge for commission.
o>m mil tut ion tickets between Alexandria and
Hamilton, ami *i\ i'Jttimediato stations, at low
XTIRQINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The ateamshlps GEORGE P. UPTON and WIL
LIAM P. CLYDie leave Now York every TUKBDAI
and SATURDAY at 3 o'clook P. M., from Pier »1
North river : leave Riohmond overy TUESDAY *id
FRIDAY at high tide.
Close connections made with steamers for al
nthern and Eastern ports.
D. J. BURR, Presldont,
WAsmaoTOK ft Co., Agents, Richmond, Va
Pier 21 North river, New York. ap 4
170R KKW YORK—OLD DOMINION STEAM
* SHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel Steamships ISAAC
ELL, ALBEMARLE, SARATOGA, IIATTERASaud
AOARA leave New York for Norfolk, City Point
d Richmond every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
ATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and
UNDAY at high tide.
These ships are entirely new, and wore built ex
.ressly for this rente.'
They havo splendid saloons and state-rooms, and
he accommodations and attention are unsurpassed
Uooda shipped by this line are landed regularly at
ew York, on the Company's covered pier, 37 North
Ivor, within forly eight hours.
Insnranoe effected when ordorod, at a QUARTEB
OF ONE PER CENT, nt the office ol this company.
Freights for points beyond New York fcrwarded
with dispatch, end no charge ntado, except actual
4ts-For further information apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
jyo— ts No. 3, Governor Btreet.
BHILADFLPHIA, WILMINOTON AND BALTI
ihiuiiin-cinjr Monday, November 21st, 1870,
trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street
and Waahington avenue, as follows :
Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays ex
cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware
Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch
Kailroad and Maryland and Delaware Rail
road, at Harrington with Junction and Break
water Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester
and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar with East
ern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury witb
Wicomico and Pocomoke Railroad.
Express Train at 11:45 a. m. (Sundayi ex
cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stop
ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre de
Grace. Connects at Wilmington with train
for New Castle.
Express Train at 4 p. ni. (Sundays except
ed), tor Baltimore and Washington, stopping
at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont,
Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk
ton,North-East, Charlestown, Perryville,Havrai
de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edgewood,
Magnolia, Chase's, and Stemmer'aßun.
Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (dally), for
Baltimore and Washington, stoppingat Chea
ter, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilming
ton, Newark, Elkton, North-Eaat, Perryville,
Havre de Grace, Ferryman's and Magnolia.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe aud Norfolk
will take the 11:45 a. m. train.
stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
Leave Philadelphia at 11 a tn, 2:30, 5 and 7
pm. The spm train connects with Delaware
Railroad for Harrington and intermediate sta
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a m, 2, 4
and 7:15 p m. Ihe 8:10 a m train will not stop
between Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p m train from Wilmington runs
daily. All other Accomodation Trains Sun
li 3 leaving Wilmington at 11:45 and 4 p
1 connect at Lamokin Junction with tha
nd 4:30 p m trains for Baltimore Cen-
ISALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
c Baltimore at 7:25 a m, Way-mail
m, Express. 2:35 p m, Kxpress. 7:25
DAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE,
c Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping a
lia, Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havre de
Perryville, Charleston, North-East
, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilming
aymont, Linwood and Cheater,
ugh tickets to all points west, sontb
west, may be procured at Ticket Office
estnut street, under Continental Hotel
also staterooms and berths in sleeping
nbe secured during the day. Persona
sing tickets at this office can have baf
becked at .their rosidence by tho Dnlo
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent.
■ADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI
atnclng MONDAY, November, 21,1870. Pas
Trains will leave President Street Depot as
Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Station,
ess Train for Philadelphia and New York a
e»s Train for Philadelphia and Now York v
mmodatlon Train (br Port Deposit ami luW
i Stations at 5 p. in.
ess Train for Philadelphia at 7:26 p. in
tsa Train for Now York at 10:40 p. m.
For Philadelphia at 7:26 p.m. For Now l..ik ai
7:25 a. vi. Train connects at New Castle Jnuctlon,
with train for all citations on Delaware Railroad, ann
at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia am;
Baltimore Central Railroad.
9:26 a. to. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit.
2:40 p. m. Train at Perryville for all Stationa tin
Philadelphia and Baltimoro Central Railroad ev-\ at
Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Ral_*-,_d be
tween Wilmington and Hairlngton.
Through Tickets may be procured either at Praal
dent Street Depot, or ut Ticket Of.,e, No. 147 Balti
Secured Beats in the rocliulug back car and berth-,
or state rooms in sleeping cara procured at Balti
more Btreet office during the day. On appllcatlea al
147 Baltimore atreet tho Union Transfer Company
will call for and chock baggage at private residences,
thua avoiding the coniiisicn attending the same at
the depot. WM. CRAWFORI\
On and aftor SUNDAY, December 4,1870, Train
will leave aa follows:
8:30 a. in.—Mail daily (except Sundays) for the Wttfb
Ei to Buffalo aud Niagara Fallu.
Fast Line daily (except Blindayß) for it—
North to Williamsport.
[)aily (except Sundays) for the Weat.
■Daily for the West. Norlh to Buffalo,
. Niagara Falls and tbe Cunad&s.
'estorn Mary land Rood at 8:30 a. m. aa *
ettysburg at 6:80 a. m. and 18:40 p. m
lanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p. _.
umberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m ana
Jly (exoept Sundays)—B:3o p m,
dally (except Sundays)—6:3o p Ui.
lINB ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
est and North—2:3o and 9:16 a m, 12.1*0
6:15 p m.
imodation—lo:ls a ni.
xn-modation—B:2o a xa.
s to all points North and Wei.v, apply t:
Inn and at No 9 North Calvert atreet.
KD. S. YOUNG,
General Posae-gar Agent
ALFRED R. FIB-JO.
LTIMORH AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Jter Sun,lay, 12th Juue, 1870, THREE
HNS will be run between Baltimore and.
i.ti Parkersburg, as follows :
L TRAIN, for' all way pointa, eaat v -
will leave Baltimore dally (except _un-
O A. M ~ i. t'imiiiglwill arrive at Balti
M., Train connects wiih Straaburg an
rg via Manassas Gap Railroad.
f LINE will leave daily at 4 P. M. j ra
il arrive at Baltimore at B:2Q A. M.
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Paltimoro
dally at 8:45 P. M.: returning will arrive at Bolil
more at 8:50 P. M.
The WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG ACOMMO
- ATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore dally (except
lidayl) at 4:06 p. M.; returning will arrive at 10-40
ho MOUNT AIRY ACCOJiOMDATION TRAIN
I leave daily (except Sundays; at 6,00 P. M.; ra
nlng, will leave Mount Airy at 6:16 A. M , aud
'ye at Baltimore at 8:30 A. M.
ho BLLICOTT'B HILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20.
_~ daily (except Sundays); returning, will arilvt*
Baltimore at 3:20 P. M.
FOR HAGERBTOWN AND FREDERICK.
-'ive at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:06 p. ru.; retur niug.
I arrive at S:'.n and 10:40 a. in. and 6:06 p. iv
FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG.
t-avo Baltimore at 8;00a. in. and 4:00 p. m. ; ra
nlng, will arrive at 10:40 a. vi. aud 6:06 p. —i.
.e-vo Baltimore at 4:20, 6:08,7, 8:10 and 11:30 a
and t, J:'*, 4:46 and 8:30 p. m.
'ruins leave at 6:45, 8:00 and 9:26 a. m. and 12 16,
0, 4:10, MO, 7:46 and 9 p. m.
.eavo Baltimore at 7 and 11:30 a. m. and 4:4 i p. _
ye W_)hlugton"»t 8:4.'. und 9:26 a. in. and -lOp. ni
For further information. Tickets of bvery kind
t apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station.
I the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of transportation.
CMMlkl TMut 4-Wl.