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FRTDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1871. t!lO tiXH'-ll 111 s_o,Ui-U [o $10,UVV. Chicago is going into the iron making ba men largely. One establishment em ploys 1,000 men, and consumes 1,000 ton» of coil a week, ami both smelts ami rolls iron successfully- A contemporary io Indiana tells how a lirakemati, who was left by his train the other dsiy, took ft short cut on foot, and heat his cars fifteen minutes in a walk of five miles. A divorce case in Ireland has elicited the fact that tho lady was in the habit of chastising h';r husband with the furniture, ami on one occasion knocked him down and sat en his head. A Boston man piid an undertaker with a bogus $280 check. Tho "late lamented"' was his wife, and ho expressed the opinion that the pay was worth as much as the subject of the funeral. A girl in Calhoun county, Wis., attempt ed to look into the mnz-Ao of her brother's shot-gun, and at the same time pull her '' dress away from the trigger. The coro ner's jury returned a verdict of "Death from iufetnal carelessness." Waterfall curls are becoming so fash ionable that a gentleman friend of ours has adopted the atyio. He found a curl attached to the button on tho sido of his cap after taking an evening ride recently Old Hanks, tho Illinois patriarch, who carried in his arms the infant Abraham Lincoln, and who now carries Lincoln's first ivaich, lives in Montana, and is tho oldeSt man in tho Territory. A policeman named Itindes, shot and severely wounded a man named James Murray, engaged in an affray with others, at Newtown, Mass. The officer is held to A sale of ready-made coffins at auction took place at Lincoln, Nebraska, recently. A black walnut article, with silver trim mings, brought $25, the purchaser being a man whose wife was very sick. A female lecturer in favor of woman suffrage in New York (Mrs. Sowerby) re cently expressed the opinion that, as tbty aro at present couducted, "rockets and bad whiskey are the chief agencies which con trol all our oloctions." Brook, in Holland, is tho cleanest town in the world. No horse or carriage has ever been permilted lo enter it, and every thing is kept with most scrupulous neat ness. Before entering many of the houses you aro requirod to remove your shoes. The maddest man in Indium lives at Patoka. He told his wife he was going down collar to commit suicide, and did go down and fired a broadside into a pork barrel. His wife kept right on knitting, aud after awhile the inau came up stairs, swcH.ing that tho woman hadn't got any The following composition on "the horse" is said to havo been written by an enterprising lad near Egner's Ferry, iv Calloway county : "The horse is the most useful animal iv the world, sa is the cjw. I once had thirteen ducks aud two was drakes and a skunk killed one. He smelt orful. I knew a boy which had seven chickens but his father would not let him raiso Ihem aud so he got mad and so ho bored a hole in his mother's wash tub; I inou l-V.l-r;. ' ' . ' b'aco.l—Western Shoulders, ; Bone _rirle, 13}_a--c; C.oar Rib,.l_J.Jal4c; Breasts, Plain Hams, 804 ; Bug r,r cured, 20c , Virginia Hog Knurr,!, 14r\ BRANDY—AppIe, proof, 1 50 to *_ 50. COFFEE—Java 20n_8c ; Ro W/fiet'/fc ; Laguayra _2^a_:_. CORN— to prims white, 70a7.Sc. CORN MEAL—White, bolted, from mill, 60 eta; country,7sc. CUKESE—Northern end Western prime cutting lßal-J^c; common 14.16 _c. COiTON YARNS—Couutry jams, Nes. 8 tola, $1 50al 55. DRIED FRUITS—Apples, quarters, 3a-i,_c; bright sliced sc. I'eaches, unpeolod, halves, 6atic ; peel.-, run. . Blackberries, -a!),-. Cherries, l_}_allr-. JS'IGS-2.a27c per dozon iv barrels. FLAXSEED—SI 80al tO. FEATHERS—Live Qeese 60 to 70c ; Mixed 40 to IN _ LOUR—Couutry superfine, tO 00; Extra, $8 50. Family, *8 00. Buckwheat, 3a_;_.!o B). GINSENG—SOaISOC per lb. GUANO—Peruvian 75a57.; OM Dominion Fertilizer (60; Tobacco do. $72; Whauu'e Super-Phoshute, J6O; B.ne Flour,*6."r; Brme Dust, $46a00. HAY—Prime Virginia Timothy 115 all 30; good do. 90rati OU; Northern X 4(>_*l 60. LAUD —Corrutry, 14c ; Baltimore Leaf, in tierces un 1 barrels, in half barrels, 14 1 __; in kegs, LIME AND CEMENT—Rockville, none; Rock land HOtoiGOo. in store; James river Cemeut, $2 35; Ii ~'.".: ale ■_ r.r1.i. : .: 00 ; Rouud Top 2 25at_ 50; Cal cined Plaster 3 00 to $3 25. LUJIP PLASTI-1-— ib*a% por ton 2240 lbs; Rich mond ground $:0. Plaster, calcined. 3 00a$3 25. MOLASSES —Porto Rico 70;;7_c ; Cuba Muscovade, In barrels, 66a6Cc ; sugar home Syiap, in barrels, -7a 28c ; New Or leans Molasses 80a85o ; English Inland 65a71-; Golden Syrup 70u75c. MILL OFFAL—Bran lie ; Shorts 20; Brown-tuff 26c; Shipstuff 65c, wholesale. OXTS—Baled o.a7r_, by the boat load, per 100 lb_; shelled, very good, 40c. ONIONS—SI 00 per buahcl. PEAS—Black eye _ 00a42 10; black and clay 1 20a$l 25. POTATOES—Irish, 76a80c; Sweet, 80a90c. PLASTER—Ground, $10 per lon RlCK—Carolina, f>;£_BX". RYE—6oa9oc. SALT—None here except New York, held at 12 50 SENECA HuOT—2sc per lb. STRAW— Baled 60c. SUMAC—I 26a$l 60 per 100 lbs. ' SUGARS—We quote, Porto Rico 11%a12e; Cuba ! i'-ulii ; New Oilcans, 11U.1-; Retined, Crushed arrd powdered l.'ral- 1 .,,: ; crtt loal, 15%>il5;r_c. t Coffee A 14V C 14 B 14% C yellow 13% Extra C Yellow , SEEDS—Clover 8 60a$9 50; l'lmotbyW 00. Orchard Grass $•_ 50; Herds Grass St 60. I SHUCKS—-0c per hundred lb. '1 AR—3 _sat 3 60 per barrel. TALLOW—HaIOc. per lb. TEAS—Black, 1 00a|l 60— ill. last a prime articlo; Imperial 1 20u$l 26; Gunpowder 1 26a?l 80. VlNEGAß—Nrr:thorn manufactured, 16a20c; older vinegar, 2.5ar0. WHEAT—Good to prime, 1 i.'UU CO. WOOL—Washed 40a45c; unwashed 26a28c. WOOD—Oak 3 6_as3 76; pine t3 25 per cord rem boat. WHISKEY—Common rectified proof 1 16a$l 2i Old Rye copper distilled 2 00a$3 60; very old 6as6 00. RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET. J-KO-RV 6. Lugs.—lnferior to common dark $5 00® G 06 Medium to good dark 7 00® 8 00 Interior to common bright 10 00® 12 00 Medium togood bright 16 00® 80 14 Son cured 8 00® 10 00 Ll_r.—lnferior to common dark ... 7 50® 860 j Medium to g-rrrd dark 9 00® 13 60 : Kuglish shipping nominal Stemming Bright wrap., medium to hue...SO 00® 60 OC Do rlo extra 70 CO® 90 00 N_W.—Print Japs 2 00® 3 0* Bright smokers 10 00® 16 00 Do wrappers 20 00® 70 00 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED J. States for the Di. Irlct ot Virginia. In the matter of 11. 11. Floyd, baukrupt—in bank- To whom it May Concern :—The imdernigued, John F. Pedlgo, of Leatherwood, Henry county, Virginia, hereby _ives notice oi his appointment as assignee of the estate of B. H. 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To all tfkom it may concern —Urkbting : Notice In hereby given, That, on thetftta day of December, L 979, Two Coppi-.r t.illi ami sin b_r rt-lH o( vlnetflr, claimed by Jobn J. Turner, Southampton cou l,v, Virginia, were aeited by the Marshal of the United stales .or Bnid Dis trict, aa forfeited to the use of the United Stat en, aud the eamo is libeled and prosecuted iv this Cum t io the name of the Uuited States, for condemnation for the causae ln th<* snid libel set forth, and that said _aui-o will stand for trial at the court-room in the city of Richmoud, on the Ist day ef March next, ■ ..71, when and whore all persons are warned to appear to show cause why condemnation should not to decreed, and to intervene for their Interests. DaVID B. PARKER, I) S. Marshal. Dated December 37th, 1870. de27—lot 240 DISTINCT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern— GuKKTlNtt: Notice Is hereby given, That, on the 27th day of Decenber, 1870, fotirte n hundred and eighty-eight pound-of Manufactured Tobarco, claimed by Hum lurv-cr __ Bro .Norfolk, Vn. were seized by the Marshal of the United States for said District an forfeited to the nse of the United States, and tbe same ia libeled and prosecuted in thia Court ln the name of the United State*, for condemnation or the causes ln the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the court-room in the city of Richmond, on the Ist day of March next, 1871, when and where all persona are warned to appear to Bhow cause why condemnation should not be deemed, and to inter vene for their interests. ■ DAVID B. PARKKR. United Statoa Marshal. Dated December 27, 1870. _"• 27—lilt DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern—Greeting : Notice is hereby givt n, That, on the 824. day of Dec, 1870, one Mule, and ono Cart, and a barrel of Apple l.ia_,dy, claimed by John .T Tumor, Southampton county, Virginia, woe Loized by the Marshal of the United States for said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, aud the same Is libeled aud prosecuted In this Court in the name of the Uuited States, (or condemnation foi th* causes I in the said libel set forth, and that said cause will [ itaad for trial at theconrt-rooin in tho city of Rich- j mond, on the Ist day of March next, when and whore all persous are warned to appear to show cause why condemnation abould not be decreed, and to in tervene for their interests. I DAVID B. PARKER, | U. S. Marshal. Dated December 22d 1870. de 22—10t DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for tho District of Virginia. lit may concern —B_W_H : lereby given,TThat"ont t "on the 22d day of 70, Bixieen hundred and fifteen (161. r >) nufactured Tobacco, claimed by B. F. Norfolk, Va, were seized by the Mar tiited States for said District as fofleitod he United States, and|thesame's libeled d iv tb i' court in tbe uauie ol the United -damnation for tbe causes in the said , aud that said cause will ataud forttial jom In thecity of Richmond, on the It pxt, v, > ■■ und whore all persons are 'ear to show cause why condemnation decreed, and to intervene for their in- BAVID r. PARKER, U. S. Marshal. nber 22, IS7O. de 22—10t NKll-FT 4119 [STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ir the Diatrlct of Virginia the matter of E II Stokes, bankrupt— j. m it May Concern :—Tho undersigned, i, of Pr. Bflwer_. cou"ty, VirKiuia, hero e of his appointment as assignee of the f. Stokes, of Lunenburg co'ty, in aaid ivas, on the 14th day of Nov'ber, 1870, ad _.-■!*;■_ I'M his owu petition by the Dis said district. nber 29,1870. P. A. FORBES, Assignee. 4129 ISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED or tho District of Virginia, mtter of janiel A. Watson, Bankrupt— y. t May Concern :—The undersigned, P Pr. Edward county, Va, hereby gives appointment as assignee ot the estate of .ou. of Pr. Edward QO.ta said district, j he let day of Dec'bor, 1870, adjudged a j his owu petition by the District Court j it. j mber29,1670. P. A. FORBES, AB.uguee._ J ISTRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED or tho District of Virginia. j matter of John K. Milluer, bankrupt-— F_ j om it M-.y Cuncern : The undersigned, , Jr., ol Danville, Virginia, hereby I •f his appoiutmont as assignee ofthe es- Millier, of Pittsylvania co., in said dls ras, on tho 25th day of January, 1869, mkrupt upon his own petition by the t of said district. . ille, Va., December Slst, 1870. KLISHA KBAN. Jr., Assignee. : USTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED Tor tho Diatriet of Virginia. I ittcr of John T. Bcutwell, bankrupt try. t May Concern: —The undersigned, Wm. ~ of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives appointment as assignee of the estate ol well, of Caroline co., in aaid district, tho 11th day of Nov., 1870, adiudged a his own petition by the District Court ct. I mond, Va , December '.3, 1870. ) W vl. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee. | 94— Involuntary ISTRICT COURT Of THE UNITED or the District of Virginia. :ter of Arnold & Fiske bankrupts—ln , t May Concern :—The undersigned Wm. s, or Richmond city, Va . hereby give appointment _»3 assignee of the estate o ko. of Henrico county, iv said distric i the 12th day of Nov., 1870, adjudge* their own petition by tbe DialricCou :;t. imond, December 23, 1870. WM. IL ALLDKKDTCK. Assi K nee. ■ ■■ 4124 [STRICT' COURT OF THE UNITE for tho District of Virginia, iter of Owun D. Minor, Bankrupt—i om it May Concorn. —The uudorsigne Wdice, of. Richmond city, State o reby gives notice of bis appointment aa !-■ estate of Owen D. Minor, of King Wu id district, who was, ou the 25th day t >.'■■'. adjudged a bankrupt on his ow c District Court of said district. nond, tecemUr 21, 1870. WM. 11. AH.DERD.CIA, AwJgnge. ISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITE br the District of Virginia. ter of Jolin W. Leco-upte, bankrupt—l om it May Concern :—Tho undersign©* klartiu, ot Norfolk, Virginia, hereb if his appointment as assign©© of the ea 0 W. Lecompte, of Norfolk, in sal* was, on the 15th day ot Nov., 1870, ai krupt on his own petition by the Dis : said district. >.k, Va., December 20.h, 1670. W. B. MARTIN, 4188 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. In the r!i:i*r'] of B. Haesel, Bankrupt—is Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned Wm, H. Alhlordice of Richmond city, Va.. hereb gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the oi tato of 11. Hassel, of Henrico county, in aaid district who was, on the 18th day of Nov'ber, 1870, adjudge* a bankrupt on his own petition by the DlstridCour of suid district. Dated Richmond, December 21,1870. de'-U-SSw WM. H. ALLDBRDIOF, Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITE States, for the Diatriet of Virginia. In tho matter of J. It. Jone-J, Bankrupt—iv Bankruptcy. To Whom it may concern:—The nnderslgne- Wm, U. Allison, of Richmond, Virginia, hereby give notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate or J. R. Jones, of Buckingham c'ty, in said district who wus, on the 14th day of Nov., 1870, adjudge* a baukrupt upon the petition of himself by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmoud, 10th day of Dec, IS7O. WM. IL ALLISON, _de2o— Tn3»* Assignee. TN TIM DISTRICr COURT OF THE UNITED -**- STATES, for the District of Virginia. In tbe matter ol Lewis L. Tiguor, Bankrupt- In bankruptcy. To Whom it May Cotioern :—The undersigned, Ru. M. 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LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: Your Koskat I has worked wonders in my family. My daughter bat I been a sufferer from Scrofula since childhood. She lost thirty-one pieces of hone from her ankle, several from her arm, besides having nlcers in several parts of the body. Whilst in thin condition she commenced taking your Konkoo— it acted like a charm on her, under its use the ulcers gradually healed, and her . general health greatly improved. It certainly saved \ er much suffering, und perhaps her life. I regarc I Koskoo a specific for all scrofulous affections. Youi ! I Koakeo also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from which I she suffered greatly. She is now in better health I titan she has been in flvo years. With the highest regard, I am gratefully youra, Ac, Koskoo is endorsed by the best physiciaus every- I where Read the following from Dr. TiUery,a suo- J oes-fu] practitioner of many year* -[landing In the \ I Rocky Mount, Edgocombe C 0.,) ! September 10,1869. j I DR, J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir: I have used your Concentrated Fluid Extract of Koskoo is my practice with tho happiest results. I find it to be a powerful Liver Invigorator, Blood PuriSer, and Nervous Tonic. In all diseases of the Liver, Broof v love, Syphilitic, and Nervous Affections, it is a remedy of immense value ; in fact, In almost every variety of Chronic Disease is use its indicated. Hoping ycc may meet with the succe*-. which you deserve va manufacturer of reliable oiodiclnes, I am, sir witt mnct resp .ct, j Your obftdfent servant, , IBKtO CURES CHRONIC RHEUMATISM. l Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7, 18«0. R. J. J. LAWRENCE— Dear Sir: My son has re ed so much benefit from your wonderful Koskoo : I cannot refrain from expressing my gratitude .ii tried almost everything without benefit. Ibe lieve, fn all sincerity, tbat your Koskoo is an infalli ble remedy for tho disease from which he has Buffered, and, su far as I can learn, has never failed. If you only knew the immense amount of suffering he has undergone, then you could conceive the value of suet a remedy as Koskoo—that surely cures. The great I amount of good it is now doing among us Is inesti- Itht.'o. With much gratitude, I am, respectfully yonrs, Ac, Mrs. M. k A. NELSON. Read the following from Mr. Womhle, a prominent Hardware Merchant of this city: I Ne. 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va.,) I October 13,1869. J DR. LAWRENCE—Dear glr: To the large num ber of testimonials which you offer to the great effi cacy of your Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding my own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility, Headache, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Kos koo restored me to health. Yours trnly. From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dinwiddle Street Methodist Church. Portsmouth, Va., October itf, 1860, This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well. He is a gentleman of cultivation, and worthy of tha follest confidence. I have sued his Koskoo with ad vantage to myself, and have adopted its use In my fh-M!y is cases of nervous-debility and depression. W. H. CHRISTIAN. From Dr. Lloyd, a Physician of large pr actio*. Great Bridge, Va., October 8, 1860. J. J. LAWRENCE, M.D.—Dear Sir: I cheerfully \ endorse your Koskoo as being a most valuable prepa j ration. Upon examination of the formula, I find each Ingredient highly extolled by onr best and most progressive clinical invostigators. I have tested Its \ effects in my own practice, aud have no hesitation io j recommending it. In my opinion, it is the best com i pound of its class ever put before the public—ex ceeding by far all the various compounds of saraapa i rllla, Ac, ever invented. It Is a decided Nerve Tonic j and Invigorator of the animal forces, aiding dlges- j tion and assimllution, and thereby producing healthy I blood, which should bo the basis of treatment in al) chronic dlfeases. Hoping you will reap the reward Xi from the public as a benefactor, I am sir, yours truly, CHARLES LLOYD, M.D. After reading the above high recommendations, In vsltds cannot reasonably hesitate to give the KOB . For Additional Testimonials From Physicians, E__.i_.at Divines, Editors, Drug glstt, Merchants, Ac, see KOSKOO ALMANAC for this year. FKk-3K OXK DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. ; '-■< raU by aU o; Hie DrugoitSe - On and after SUNDAY, December 4,1870, Traina wilt leave ai folio va; ft:Ma>. m —Mull dally (except Snndaja) for thA W<vi aud North lo Bnffiloand Niagara Belli. 12 40 p. m—Fast liiedaiy (except Sundays) for tho Weat and North to Williamsport. 7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for tho Wait. 10:20 p. m.—Daily /or the West North tj Buffalo, Ro?he«ter. Niagara Falls and the Canada*. Trains for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 a. m. nuJ | 3:80 p. m. Traits forOettysburgatß.3oa. m. and 12:A0 p. m. rrtdnsfor Hanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p .in. ; Trains for Cumberland Valley Rnad at 8:S0 a. m. at.d 13.40 p. w. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. For York daily (except Sundays)—,l:3o pm. For Parkton daily (except Sunday.) 6:30 pm. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. | From the West and North— fcSO and 9:15 a m, 12.W, 2:46 and b:L. pnt. York Accommodation—lo:ls a m. Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m. Fer tickets to all points North and West, apply at Calvert Station and at No 9 North Calvert street. General Pa-senger Agtnt. ALFRED R. FISKE, General Superintendent. I>HILADELPniA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI i MORE RAILROAD. [ Commencing MONDAY. November, 21, 1970. Pas senger Trains will leave President Stieet Depot as I follows: Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Station at 7:26 a. m. Express Train for Philadelphia aud New York at P:36 a re. ■express Train for Philadelphia and New York at 2:40 p. m. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit inter- I mediate Stations at 6 p. m r Express Train for Philadelphia nt 7:25 p. tn. Expr«aas Train for New York at 10:40 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia at 7:25 p.m. For New York at 7:26 a. m Train connects at New Castlo Junction with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad,and at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia ard , Haiti more Central Railroad. 0.25 a. m. Train at Perry villa for Tort Deposit. 2:40 p. m. Train at Penyvillo lor alt Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at Wilmington for Stations on Del.twaro Railroad be tween Wilmington and Harrington. Through Tickets may be procured eilber at Presi dent Street Depot, or at Tickot Office, No. 147 Baltl | won street. Secured seats in tbo reclining back car and boithe or atate rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti more atreet offloe during tho day. On application at 147 Baltimore street tbe Union Transfer Company will call torand check baggage at priva.es residences, thue avoiding tho confusion attending th<- s->mo at the depot. WM. CRAWFORD, j General Agent. | rjHILADKLPIIIA. WILMINQTON~ANI) BALTI -1 WORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, November 21, 1870, traina will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washing ton avenue, as follows : Way Mall Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore atopnlng at all regular stations, i Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad Line, at Clayton with Soiyrua Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Harrington with | Junction and Break wator Riilroad, at So.ford with. Dorchester ond Delaware Railroad, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, aud at Salisbury with Wi- I comico and Pocoraoke Railroad. Express Train at 11:45 a vi. (Sundays excepted;, for Baltimore and Washington, fit- pping at Wilmlng* i ton, Perryville nnd Havre de Grace. Connects at ' Wilmington with train for New Castlo. Express Train at 4;00 p. m. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping n- Chester, Thurlow, LinAood.Claymont, Wilmington. Newport. Stanton, Newa.-k, Elkton, North-Fast, Charleßtowu, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Perry-man's, Edge Wood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. Night Express at 11:30 p. in. (daily), for Baltimore I and' Washington, stopping at Cbeaitor, Thurlow, Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Eikton, Nor:h Bast, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Perry-man's I and Magnolia. Passengers for Fortress Monrco and Norfolk will I Uke the 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, ; I utov. p .tigat Ail Huti.im bo t ween Philadelphia and Wilmiogton: ! ! Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m., 2:30, 6 and 7p.m. ! The sp. m. train connecti with Delaware Railroad I for Harrington end intermediate stations. Leavo Yt iln.in_:ton at 5:45 and 8:10 a. m., 2, 4 and 7:16 p. in. The 8:10 a. m. train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7:15 p.m. train from Wilmington rune dal*\ All other Accommodation Trains ShLdays excepted. Train . leaving Wilmington"at 6;45 and 4p. m., will connect at L.mokin Junction with tbe 7 a m.and 4:30 p. ni. truing for Baltimore Central Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a. m., Way-mall. 9:35 a. in., Express. 2:35 p.m., Express. 7:25 p. in., Kx 'SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Baltimore at 7:26 p. m., stopping at Maguo lia. Ferryman's, Aberdeen. Havre de Grace, Perry* ville, Charlestown, North-East, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood Through tickets to all points west, south, south* weat, may be procured at Ticket Office, 82S Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also atate rooms and berths in sleeping cars can be recured during the day. Persons purchasing tickets ft this office can havo bag__age checked at their residence by the Union Transfer Company. ILK KINNEY Superintendent. BANKRUPT NOTICES. IN THE oTmirUNITKD STATUS, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of James M. Wood, Bankrupt—in Bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAYCONCERN: Pie we to take notice, that a petition has been p sented to tbe W. W. Forb s, EBq., Register in Ba. rupteyiu said Di.trlct, by Lewis K. Higby, c __Ignee ef iho estate of said bankrupt, to sell tbe real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from nil Hem thereon. Thia 1b to give notice to ell persons intorested.tbat In terms of said stition an order has betu in_ red t yW. W. Forbes, F:q., Register in Bankruptcy in aaid district, for all persons who may be interested in sal 1 estate, to appear befere him, at his offlce, In the city of Richmond, on tbo 31at day of Decem ber, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M., and show caURe. if any they have, wbv such an order should not be granted. LKWIS E. HIGBY, do 21— W2w Assignee, i TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED J,STATES for the District of Virginia. In the matter of P. D. Shepherd, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The undersigned, W.O. Morgan, of Berry vilio.Clarko coy, Va., hereby gives notice of hia appointment as assignee of the estato of P. D. Shepher.i, of Clarke county, in said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition, by the District Court of said District. j Dated Decembor 9th, 1870. [ delO—S3w W. C.MORGAN, Assignee. I TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED I STATES for tho District of Virginia. ; In the matter of Joj. A. Peck, Bankrupt—in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, P. W. Strother- ot Giles county, Va., hereby gives : notice of his appointiuen- as assignee of tbo estate of I Joe. A. Peck, of GiWs county in said district, wbo bas heretofore boon adjudged ft bankrupt, ou his own petition by the District Court of said district. | Dated December 9th, 1870. de 10 S3w P. W. BTKOTHKR, Assignee. ( I TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ; A Statoa for tbe District of Virginia. In the matter of E. E. Starkie, bankrupt—iv bank- ; ITo whom it May Concern:—Tbe undersigned, i j Ilobaon A Tread _ ay, of Danvillo, Virginia, hereby I give notice of thoir appointment as assignees of the i : estate of E. E. Starkie, of Pittsylvania county, Vir- I gin'a, in eaid district, wbo has heretofore been ai : judged a bankrupt on bis own petition by tho Lis- j trict conrt of aaid district. HOBLON A TREADWAY, TN the District Couitof the United Stiles for the x Diatriet of Virginia. In the matter of W. A. Holman, bankrupt—in To whom it May Concern :—The uuderslgued, John F. Pedlgo, of Leatherwood, Henry county, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee ofthe estate of W. A. Holman, tf Leatherwood Henry county, Virginia, in naid district, who bus heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his own I petition by the District court of said district delg—M3w JOHN F. PKmQj yAaalgnee. 61—Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE JL United States, for the District of Virginia, lv tho matter of Ablam Miller, bank-inn—ia bankrupt.}-. To Whom it May Concorn :—The undersigned O. L. Christian, ol Richmond city, Virginia, hrrt by gives notica ol bin appointment as assignee of tha esiate of Abram Miller, of Petersburg cily, In ua ! d district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bank rapt by the District Court of said district. tinted Richmond, December o th, 1870. . ' . G. 1,. CHRISTIAN, A» 10-_3w Assignee. 4,001 TN the District Court ofthe Uuitei States for the A District of Virginia. Id the matter cf P. C. Calloway, bankrupt—ln bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, J P. BarksdaU, ot Tiaylorsville, Henry county, Vir ginia, hereby gives not _c of his appolutnrerrt as assrenee of the .stale of P. C. Calloway, of Naff. Franklin couuty, Virginia, ln s.ld district, who h_s' heretofore been adjudged a bankrupt on his own RAI-IIOAD9 ANO BTKAI-BUATB. OHIoIIAILROAbr' (m ant after Snndsy, l.th June, 1870, TDRF.F DAILY TRAir-.H will be ri'ij boimen Baltlmoro and W. eelrrrk a- rl Par kffrnbui jr. as follows : i All. TRAIN, for all way points, .-.«• f,i ■''!, will have Baltimore daffy (exropt Hun daj«)atß:Co A. M ; will arrive at Balti more a. ii:(_, i: M. The 8 A. ."i. Train connects with Slrasburg and Harrisonbnrg via Mans'ras Gap Rallrcad. I'ne -AST LINE will leave daily at IP.M; re turning, will arrivo at Balt.more at B.iO A. U. Tut.CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Bnltlroor. daily r.t 6:45 P M; returning will arr.v-at Haiti more at 8:.>0 P. M. Tile WINCHESTER AND S! R .(.BURG ACOMMO DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore daily (excap Sundays) at-LOo P. ,_.; will arr.ve at 10:40 A.M. T c MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRA'N ily (except Sundays) at 6:10 P. M.; re leave Blount Airy at C:l6 A. M , and raoieat 8: 0 A. M. IT.'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:» tcopt, Sundays); returning, will arrive i ,'!:•_» P. M. GERSTOWN AND FREDERICK. 0 a. m. and 4 and 4:05 p. m : returning, n.-'i and 10:10 a m. and 6:05 p. m.~ NOll ESTER AND BTRASBURG. more at 800 a. m. ond 4:00 p. m.| r« irrivo at 10:40 a. m. atrd 5:05 p. R_. FOR WASHINGTON, imore at 4:20, fr:08, 7, 8:10anrl 11:S0«. I, 4:45 and 8:30 p. in. FROM WASHINGTON. eat G:45, 8:00 and Ir'_.", a. m. and I_:_-, , 7:45 and 9 p. m. FOR ANNAPOLIS, more at 7 and Mißo a. m. ant/ 4:45 p.m.; gton at 6:45 and 9:25 a. m. aud 4:10 p. ru DRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION. imrrro at 4:20, 5:08 aud 8:10 a. m. and p. m. ifngtonat7:2sa. m. and 2:50,5:40, 7:4', l be purchased at the Offlce, No. 149 ore street, cornor of Calvert, vraer* left for baggage to be called for, and , checked at person's residence, r Information, Tickets of every kind, J. T. England, Agont, Camden Station, ot Office. JOHN 1.. WILSON, Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE, Uouorul Ticket Agent. .PIIIA AND-ERIE RAILROAD. WINTER TIME-TABLE. tor MONDAY, December 5, 1870, tho r Philadelphia and Erio Railroad will 3: ayes Philadelphia 940 7\ M r ive at Erie. ...".'.'.!'.'.'.'.".'. 7.40 7.M- j leavea Philadelphia. 12.40 P. M " Williamsport 8.50 r. M rivoat Erie 7.40 A.M. eaves Philadelphia 9.80 A.M. " Williamsport 4.85 P.M. ■rivo at Lock H.tven 7 60 P. M. ayes Erie 9.00 A.M. I Williamsport 1005 P.M. rive at Philadelphia 650 A.M. !,, ryes r. ri, 9.00 P.M. ' Williamsport 8.25 A.M. rive at Philadelphia ...30 P. M leaves Lock Haven 8.00 A.M. 1 Williamsport 9 25 A.M.! rive at Philadelphia. ..SO P. M. oss leaves Williamsport 12 35 A.M. " Milton 1.50 A.M. arrive at Philadelphia..... 940 A. M. all aud Accommodation, east aud west, ,rry. and ull west hrrnnd trains and Mail adatlop east atlrvington withGtl Creek ry River Railroad. WULIAM A. BALDWIN, General Snperir tendent. VANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD, ri., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, the trains of tuia Central Railroad leave the Depot. : and Market streets, which is reached c Market atreot cars, the last car con each train leaving Front aud Market I minutes before its departure. Ihe Walnut Btreet ears run within one Depot. ,r Tickets can be had on application at rfflce, northwest cornor of Ninth and r,ls. and at the Depot, he Union Transfer Company will call for aggsge ai the Depot. Orders left at No. street or 116 Market sireet, will receive AINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ : press 12:11 "A. M. md Elmlra Express 9:40' " 10:10 A. M. and 1: io and 7:10 P. M. 12:4(1 " 12 40 " ccomtuodation 2:50 " commodation 4:10 " Train 5:50 " rpress 8:00 " I tluffalo Express. 9:60 " r"s 10:00 " er 10:30 * raves daily, runnirrg on Satu day night -rt only. On Sunday night passongcrs iladelpuia at 10:10 P. M. and Pacific Express leaves dilly. All Jailv, exoep.. Bunday. n A, commodation Train runs daily, ex- I For this train tickets must be pro ggage delivered by 6 P. M., at 116 Mar- j in No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:10 A. Paoli at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No. delphia at 6:40 P. M.; arrives at Paoli in No. 1 leaves Paoli at 6:50 A. M ; ar- I delphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train noli at 4:50 P. M ; arrives at I'hlladcl . M. NS ARRIVE AT DEPOT,VIZ.: tpress 3:10 A.M. Express 7:00 " 7:00 " 8:20 A.M., 3:50 and 6 40 P. M Train 9.30 A.M. ffalo Express 9:60 " aiu 12:00 noon. „. 6:45 P. M. rlld Elmira Express -. 5:45 " !SS 3:25 " rress 6:15 " Accommodation 9:40 " information, apply to JOHN F. VANLEEB, Jr., Ticket Agent. 901 Chestnnt street. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent, 116 Market street. SAMUEL 11. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the depot. 1 vat.la Railroad Company will not as t for bnggsge, except for wearing ap rit their responsibility t r ono hundred »c. All baggage exceeding that amount -o at ihe risk of the owner, unless taken itract. A. J. CASBAT. -eneral Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. KNNBYLVANIA lUlLRO___ T MIDDLE ROUTE to tho Lehigh and leys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern Sew York, Elmira. Buffalo, Curry, Rocti it Lakes and the Dominion of Canada. TBR ARRANGEMENT. :es effect November 21,1870. y Trains leavea Passenger Depot, corn- American streets, (Sundays excepted) Accommodation) for Fort Washington r. (Express;for Bethlehem, Alleutown l, Wilkesbarre, Mah-noy City, llazle Towanda, VVaverly, ar.d Elmira, and In tv the ERIE RAILWAY for Uufi'uln, s Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San ! all poiuts m tho Great West, -ccnmmodatioii) for Drrylesfown .xpics.) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen oy City, Mauch Chunk, Willinmsport Pittstun, .crautou, Hackottstowir ouutaiu], und N. A. Central aud Morrij ilroads. Accommodation) for Fort Washington d _:16p. m for Abiugt n. ixpreas) for Bethlehem, Fastm, Alteu- Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkeab.,rre -azlelon. ' tccuuimodatian) for Iloylestewn. i (Bethlehem Accommodation) forßeth , Allent.wn,Oup!ayand Maach Chunk. Bail; for Doylestown. for Bethlehem, Easton, AUeulown. 6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lausdale. 11:30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington Tha Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street and Union Lines City Cars run to Ihe Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8:66,10:36 a. in.; 2:!5, 6:06 and 8:25 Doylestown at 8:30 a. in., 4:40 and 0:35 p. m lausdale at 7:30 a. m. Fort Washington at 9:20,11:20 a. m . snd 3:10 p m Ablngton at 2:35, 6:66 aud 9.36' p. in. ON BUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9.30 a m. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2.00 p. or. Doylestowh for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. ni. Tickets sold arid baggarre checked through, to nrin crprrl poiuts, at Mann's North Pennsylvania Bagiraire Express Office, No. 105 tomb Fifth .reel v . „, ,_. BUAi CLARK, Agent. November 21. b BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is nut a thim. of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and put money m the pocket., of the proprietor,!. h_._t_od the test of time. Having been ia the Market over thirty years, its very name will recall to uianv who are now h_i, r Z_. *_ .ITm ? f , an,,lle "' ""> ~B,^n <"y" «< «._.. ""> »».■«» Joj-and borrows; it Is still the same; InfaUablo m its operation; a specific rem. dy for you hful indiscretion and folly; a true fnend _- U-f* S"" Ilru « l!,,9 • l'rico!t\ per bottle *F . ; OWBET CIDER, for tale by RAILROAD.. A_sD .TEAHBUATI R.OIXOI.D AM> Yo»K RIVM Rut/Rot. , | Supißi.vTiNDiNi'a Orrioß, > l!i"UMojid, Va„ Dec. 19,1870. | f\tt AN!) AFHKR MONDAY, D-cotnbtr 19, 1870. \ t the TRAIN-! on this roar] will bo run aa follows; PASSENGER TRAIN—GOING EAST—l.eevos Richmond oaily (Sunday excepted; at 1:16 P. M., ar rive at Weat Point al 3 10 P. M. GOING WEST—Leave West Point rl, fly (Sunday excepted) at 9.00 A. M , arrivo a. Richmond at 10:66 A. M. Trains connect at West Point on Tuesday, Thurs day and fatnrday with STEAMERS for river land iurrsnud Baltimore. FRBIGHI'TRAiy, wiih Passenger Car attached, leave Richmond ou Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day ai 4 oYlo-.k A. M., arrive at West Pelutat?:4o Leave Weat l'rriut at Ip. M.; arrive in Richmond THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and all pointa North and We . received dally, and forwarded promptly to destination. Through Bills of Lading given to all poiuts North and Went. d« ._—tf Superintendent. 4 IBUBAPIUJU ASH 081- RAILROAD. On and alter MONI AY . Dicembei Oth, 1870, the PASSENGER TRAINS -.ill run aa follows: MAIL TRAIN will nru DAILY between Ricbmonn and Stauutorr (aJSrept Sunday, between Gordtrnsvilla and Staunton). Leave Richmond at 8 A.M., and ar rive at Staunton at 4:'_3 I. it. Leave Staunton at 8:59 A.M., and arrive :rt Richmond at 4:60 P.M., making close coone, tims at Gordonsville and Char lottesville with Orange, Alexandria and Mauaesaa railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti more. Philadelphia, Now York, Boston, Ac; also for Lynchburif, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis, New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. This train will ruu TRI-WEEKLY between Staunton aud White Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, viz: Leave White Sulphur at 3 30 A.M., aud arrivo at Stannton at 8:39 A. M.; leave Stannton at 4:33 P. M., aud arrive at Whito Sulphur at 10 I•.;:.,. Going West, p.ve.engcrs dine at Gordonsville and sup at Covington. Going East, br,akfast at Staunton aud dine at Gordonsville. This train couuects with stages aa follows : At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge and Harrisonburg. At'Millboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 miles, and Warm Spriugß, 15 miles. At Whito Sulphur Springs for Lewisbnrg, 9 miles; and Charleston, 109 miles. THROUGH TICKE'IS issued to all poinia North, West, and Southwest. JAMES 1. NKTHERLAND, no 30 General Ticket Agent. ■ VIOHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD PASSENGER SCH__Do_i_L GOING SOUTH. LYHCHD-R- AMD DANVILLB PASSISU-,-. Leave Richmond dally (except Sunday) Leave Burkeviile daily (except Sunday) at 1:00 V. J; Arrive at Danville dally (except Sunday) at 6:56 P. M Thro.-H Mal- AND J__:i ; ir-8., Leaves Richmond daily at 2.15 P. ..; Leavea Danville dally at 1:80 P. ■ ArrriYea at Greensboro daily at 1:0. A. M I LraonFumu and Danv-_i._, Pass-nose. Leave Danville daily (except Sunday,:i Leavo Burkeviile daily (except Suuday)at.. 1:00 P. W Arrive at Richmond daily (except Sunday) TnirotrOß Mail aud i.Kl'm_- LoavoeGreensboro'dally at 1:15 A.M. Leaves Danville dally at 338 A M. Arrives at Richmoud — 11:1.6 A' M The Lynchburg and Danville Pas.ienj.or Train con nectsat Burkeviile with the train, on the South-Side Road for Petersburg, Norfolk. Lyurrhburg, and ail stations on the South-Side and Virginia and Teunc. ace Railroads, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chatta I nooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all important | :r: I South and Southwest. The Through Mail and Express couuects at Ore. i:, j boro' Willi trainß on the North Carolina Road for Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, _ara_.rie.ii, Macon, I Mobile, Montgomery, Ac. Ac., and at Richmoud with I tbe Richmoud, Fredericksburg aud Pctonmc, Chesn- I peake and Ohio, ami Richmond and York River Rail- Sleeping Cars and Chiles' Pat. r-t Reclining Chairs on the Through Express Train. THOMAS J- I . • .— rpOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMIN- J_ ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ew side-wheel Steam-' I ELL, ALBEMARLE,! :ATTERAS, and NIAGARA luave Norfolk, City Point and Richmond !, THURSDAY .vol SATURDAY at md over? TDtKDAY. FRIDAY ilrj l tide. rr entirely n_.--, ar,- - era IraMt »x ■oule. endid saloons and state-rcc.s, irrusnitd attention are unsurnn r_ ■!. by this line are landed regifluriy a te 0, ropery's covered pier, 37 North ty-oirrbt hours. i'-.CTET. WIIKN OKDEUBI). AT «. OF ONE PER CENT. AT TH ii 3ES OF THIS COMPANY. ,:::■_ beyond New York forwarded nd no charge made, except actual _.. r iuformation apply to JOHN W. W YATT, Agent, Mo. 3, Govornor _>t, SSENQER ROUTE BETWEEN J AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH ••TIIWEST, VIA THE VIRGINIA EE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. ssenger Route ia composed of itiviile railroad, Virginia and Tono-s --. Railway Line, East Teunesseo and d, East. Tennessee and Georgia rat]. t&d Cbattan.roga railroad, Memphi. ailroarl aud other connections, ns leave Richmond daily (Sundays .5 A. M., making clote connections irnclrburg and stations on Southard* nnd stations on the Virginia and lad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo son, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, At rrr,t, Mr.on, Columbus and all-points west, Nashville, Columbus, Olrioafto, on. Tonnes, co, Cairo, gf. Lorris aud -nd Northwest. ts good until used. Ed through, nt sleeping cars on all night tralt. --rusc-i, and ample time for meals. n by any other route, lermatlon, apply nt the offlce of the ruessee Air-Line Railway, 1325 Main itßce of ths Richmond ahd Danville K. F. WALKER, DRIA, LOUDOUN AN » PSHIIIF RAILROAD. RRANGj-MENT, BEGIKNING APRIL 1,1869. DAILY (EXOJ-P-' SUMDAY) :.! BXANDRIA AND HAMILTON. Iriaat 8 A.M. and 6P. M Leu.c M. and 11:30 A. M. Loave L«celn.rir 12:16 P. M. " rin from Alexandria and 11:90 A. _[ liltorr connect with Kemp's Daily for Purcullvillo, Snkkr raviile, _!_■«■ -rheßter, also with Reamer _r Line ot )aves Loisbmy ,!»i!j tot Mall's Mil! jburg. On aud alter June, tweuty ally to Capon Springs, o at Alexandria at convenient hours 'ith Washiigtoa _d Baltimore the From Alexandria to $2 00 Wlncheste 1. 326 Ball's MiH.. _ 26 .... 225 Aldhr a•£ 276 Middlebur- .'..'.'.'.'.'."" 3 ia S 60 r York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore id or Express, to caro R. H Haven nt at Alexandria, will be forwarded c of charge for commission tickets between Alexandria eel 1 intermediate stations, at low rate kots, good only tor day of issue, be. » and Hamilton, and between •_,".». points, at reduced rates. NATHANIEL HAYS. General Bupcrlntendeal. :EAD, who sues by her next fr i i INKENSUIP.agaiust JOHN Hub at I shall, on Wednesday the 11th at the law office of A. Moise Jr ihiuond, between tho hours of* __' that day, proceed to take the dopo ey andotbers, wt _w__ee subr ..naerl rehttlf in a snit for divorce now de-. lancery Court o! Richmoud, iv which rd you are defendant; and if from tiug of the said depositions be iw lariug oommepood, not flui. bed ou lire trrkiirg thereof to bo romin day and from time to time at the t the same hours nntil the . anie l- ADF.LAIDE HEAD. U rules held iv the Clerk's office _ y Court of the city of Richmond th day of December, 1870. ho sues by her next frle_d, PI.-.!., IN CHANCERY, his suit is to procure a divorce a ii. And affidavit having been made defundsut ii a non-resident ol i tbat the said dofeir'irrut do appear lonth after duo publication her.i.i rcesr-ary to protect his interest In k copy—Te„lo, - BENJ ' n ' BKKRY, Clerk. rOLAIMBT-Airyone,,. ri . .',,:,. Jnited States will fln.l nt„ tLtl a statement ef their oosn to 1 ' ' T Oreat Ithiliurrit c 1. in Ay Bowet'. al.Mrs I'rjrttr'sCorrgli Bil.am.Ae. L. WAGNER. Druggist, corner Sixth and Broad streeu.