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N."y. fIOUMISsIONKR'S OFFICE, WILLIAMSBURG, In the matter of Richard E. Taylor, bankrupt—la I bankruptcy. Ia pursuance of a decree of the District Court of I the United State* (or tneJHsttlot of Virgfni i, pro nounced ou the Bth of Decftnber, 1870, in this caoee. I shall,ou the I&rd DAY OF JANUARY, 1871, at the clerk's office of .Tames City county, proceed to take an account of the liens existing against the real J cs-ate of said bank rupt, thawing their iiHt.fi, amounts, pi iorf I ie*, and on wliat portion of the real estate they exist; at which time aud place all per sons having liens against the said real estate are no tilled to attend an 1 piote:t their Interest. WM. 11. K. BIORBCOCK. 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W. offer for the Fall and Spring Trade the largest I collection id FRUIT TREKS, YIN f.B, *o , ever grown iv the-Southe-in States, cousistiug in pait of x,00U,000 TREES, embracing all the choicest varie ties ol fruits adapted especially to the South. I l,ooo,faXi VINES, consisting of every variety of small fruits, ■ Bend lor catalogues, enclosing postage stamps I piISTRtOTOOUBTOF Till; UM'i *D U States for tho District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern —Qbkbtinq ; Notb-e In her.bj given, That, on the 27th dar o December, 187;', Two Ooppstf Still* and six b. rel* of Vinegar, cla'metJ by John J. Turns Southampton con ty, Vugiuia, Were seised b the Marshal of the United Mates for said Di trict as for'eited to the nee of tbe United States, and the same is llb-d-d and prosecuteu in thisCour.Hu the Dime of the United States, fo condemnation for the cansts in the said libel se lorth, and that said cause will stand for trial at th court-room la the city of Richmond, on the Ist d* ; ttartthoaslt. lafl. when aud where ail persons ar warned to appear to show why condemnatlo should I'Ot l>e decreed, and to intervene lor the! interests. DaVID B, PARKKR, U. S. Marshal. Dated Decf mber 27th, 1870. de 27— lot DISTRICT COUKT OF THE UNITED States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern —Wrkrtino : Notice is hereby *iven, That, on the 27th day of Dec. mber, IBTO, Imrte v htiudred and c g'.ty-eight pounds oi Manufactured Tobacco, claimed by Ham ber>rer A Bro , H orlblk. Va. were seised b> tht Marshal ot the United .States tor said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted in this Court in tbe name of tin- United States, for condemnation for the causes in the naid libel set forth, aud tba' said cause will stand for trial at the court-room in the city of Richmond, on tbe Ist day of Mai eh next. 1871, when and where all ptnsM are warned to appear to show cause why condemnation -l.ouM not be decreed, and to Inter vene for their iuterests. DAVID B. PARKKR. United States Marshal Dated December 27. 1870. d >27—It* DISTKICTCOURTuF THK UNITED States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern—Greet.no : Notice in hereby *iven, That, on the Md day of Dec., 1870, one Mu'e, and one Cart, and a barrel of A, pie Biandy, claimed by John J Turner, Southampton c unity, Virginia, were se.zed by tho Marshal of the United States lb* said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same In It baled and prosecuted in this Court In the name ol the United States, for condemnation for tbe caiiNLn in the said libel set forth, and that said cause will Stand for trial at the court-room in the city of Rich mond, on the Ist day of March next, when and where all persons are warned to .ippear to show cause why condemnation should not be decreed, and to in tervene for their interests. j DAVID B. PARKER, | Dated December 22d 1870. de 22—10t DISTRICT COUKT OF THE UNITED .States for the District of Virginia. To all whom it may concern —Gb.kf.tins : Notico is barely given, That/on the 22d day ot December, 1870, sixteen bundled and fifteen (1615) 1 pounds of Manulactuied Tobacco, claimed by B. F. lexton * Co.. Norfolk, Va, were seized by the Mar shal of tbe United States for said District as fofleited to thefuse of the United States, and thesameis libeled and proHteuted in thin court in the name ot tbe United State*., lor condemnation tor tht*- causes in tbe said libel set forth, and tbat said cause will stand for trial at the courtroom in tbe city of Richmond, on the It day March next, when and where all persons are warned to appear to show caut-o why condemnation should not bo decreed, and t'i intervene for their in- BAVID B. PARKKR, j Pate 1 December 23, 1870. ds 22— lot I BANKRUPT KOTICKS. TN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED L STATES, for the DUtrlct of Virginia * In the matter of E 11. Stokes, bankrupt in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, P. A. Forbes,of Pr. E ; ward county, Virginia, here by gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of E. B. Stokes, of Lunenburg co'ty, in said district, who was, on tUe 14th day 01 Nov'ber, 1870, ad judged abmkiupton bis own petition by the Dis- I trlct Court of said district. j Dated December 20,1870. I ja 2—M2w P. A. FORBES, Assignee. j ■1129 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia. Iv tho matter of Daniel A. Watson, Bankrupt in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—Tho unßersigned, P A. Forbes, of Pr Edward county, Va, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee ot the estate of l»an'l A Watson, of fr. Edward co ,in said district, who was, ou the Ist day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudge J a bankrupt on bis own petition by tbe District Court of said district. Dated December 29,1870. Ja2— M3w _ P. A. FORBES, Assignee. IU THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ** STATES, for the District of Virginia, In the matter of John K. Millner, bankrupt in bankruptcy. To Whom It May Coucern 1 The undersigned, Elisha Kesu, Jr., ot Danville, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appoiulmei.t as assignee of the es tate of J K. Mill, er, of Pittsylvania «o ,in "Raid dis trict, who was, on the 25th day of January, 180 V, adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by the Ui>-tr.ct Court ol said district. Dated Danville, Va.. December Slit, 1870. Ja4— Waw RUSH A. KKAN J*., Assignee. TN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ' J. STATES, for tho District of Virginia. In the matter of John T. Boutwell, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm. ' 11. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tbe estate ot Johu T Boutwell of Caroline co., in sam til ••trict, who was, on the 11th day of Nov., 1870, adjudgtl a bankrupt on bis own petition by the District Court of said district Dated R-chmond, Va , December -3, 1870. de24~P:,w WI.H A LI.DEKOICE, Assignee. 91-D.v luntan. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUE UNITED 1 STATES, for the District of Virginia. In tbe matter ot Arnold A Fiske bankrupts—in Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—Tbe undersigned Wm. H. Alb eidics, of Richmond city, Va , bereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of Arnold A Fixke of Henrico cditi.ty, in said district, who were, on the 12th day of Nov., 1870, adjudged •unkrtipt l ' on their own petition by tbe District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, December 28, 1870. de23-33w WM. 11. ALLOBKDTOH, Astdirm-e. 4124 N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED STATES, for the. District of Virginia. In tht- matter of Owen D. Minor, Bankrupt—in lankniptcy. To Whom it May Concern .—The undersigned, .'m_ H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, State of hereby great notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of Owen D, Minor, of King Wm ouuty, in said district, who wan, on the 25th day of lOYWsaber, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt ou his own etit.on by tbe District Court of said district. Date i Richmond, Dei-emb r 2 _ 1870 do 21—Sow WM II ALLDKRD'CK. Assignee. \S THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED I 1 STATES for the District of Virginia. In the matter of John W. Lecompte, bankrupt—in I bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—Tbe uudendgned, William B. Martin, ot Norfolk, Virginia, hereby I rivet notice of his appointment as asuiKuee of the es* I ute ot John W Lecompte, of Norfolk, in said I lirtrit t, who wan, est the 15th day of Nov.. 1870, ad fudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tbe Dis- ( trict Court of said district. Dated Norfolk, Va., December 20th. IS7O. de23-Fr.w* W. B. MARTIN, Assignee. 4123 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED I X STATES, for the District of Virginia. In tho matter of B. Hassel, Bankrupt—ln Bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm. H. Allderdice of Ricumoid city, Va.. hereby gives notice of bis appointment a." assignee of tbe es tate of B. Hassel, of Henrico county, in said di*t-irt, who was, on the 18th day of Nov'ber, 187", adjudged a lutnkrupt on his owu potitionby the District Court I of said district. Dated Richmond. December 21,1870. de2l- s 3w WM 11. ALLDKRIHQg, Assignee. FN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITBD I States, for tbe District of Virginia. In the matter of J. R. Bankrupt—ln I Bankruptcy. To Whom It may concern:—The undersigned, I Wm. 11. Al ison, of R'chuiond, Virginia, hereby gives I LOtloe of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of I J R. Jones, ot Buckingham c'ty, in said distrn t, who was, on the 14th day of Nov., 1870, adjudged j a bankrupt up >n the petition of himself by tbe I District Court of suid district. Dated Richmond, 19th day of Deo., I*7o. WM. U. ALLISON, de2o—Tu3w* ; Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE UNITED x STATES, fo--the District of Virginia. In tho matter of Lewis L. Tiguor, Bankrupt— I In bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, R O . I M. M»yo, of Hague, West iiiorelaniTcomiiy, Va., here- I by gives notico of h>s appointnit nt aa assignee of I tbe estat'- of L. L Tignor, of Northumberland co'ty, J in said district, who was, on the 2tst day of Sep- I temher, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe tition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, December 14, 1870. de 14—W3w 80, M. MAYO, assignee. TN tl.o Lihtrict Court of the Uuited Stato* for the * District ot Virginia. In the matter of Nicholas C. Carper, bankrupt—in j bankruptcy. To whom It May Concern :— The undersigned, George C. Brown, of Danville, Virginia, hereby gives notice of h's appointment as assignee ot the estats of Nicholas GaCbrper, of Be ky Mount, Fra-kl n county. 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THOUSANBS HAVE BEEN CHANGED BY THB ÜBF OF THIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK, SUKLY SUFFERING CREATURES, TO STRONG, HEALTHY AND HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN. j No Medicine has attained such a OREAT REPU TATION as this jnstly CELEBRATED Compound, Approved by the Highest Medical in. | KOSKOO Indorsed and reconimeded by the President of the Faculty of the E. Medical College of the City of New York. Pnorissoa R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.. Professor and President of the Faculty, late "Pro fessor Theory and Practice" of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ac. Ono of the most emineut men of his age—wall known as the author of the following standard mcdi =al works: NEWTON'S "PRACTICE OF MF.DI ■JINK," "DISEASES OF CHILDREN," "NEWTON'fc -IYMBB BURGERY," *c, In December number ol "American Medical Review—page 277, says : ■mg the more recent efforts to lutroduce pop ime of the new remedies, we notice a new ion compounded by 1. J. 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It certainly saveo her much suffering, aud perhaps her life I regarc Soskoo a specific for all scrofulous aflectfons. You. Sous ... also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from whicl she suffered greatly. She is now in Letter health than she has been In five years. With the highest regard, I am gratefully yonts, Ac, A. W. Ult.l.r Koske.o Is endorsed by the best physicians every. where Read the following from Dr. Tillery, a sno Esstul practitioner of many years standing in the d North State: Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co. I September 10, 180 D. ( DR. J. J. LAWRFNCB— Dear Sir: I have two your Concentrated Fin id Extract of Koskoo In my iractlce with the happiest results. I find It to be powerful Liver Invigorator, Blood Purifier, and lervons Tonic In all diseases of the Liver, Srcofo. ous, Syphilitic,and Nervous Affections, it is a remedy ot immense value ; in fact, in almost every variety of Chronic Disease is use its indicated. Hoping jot may nn-e-t with the success which yon deserve as s manufacturer's! reliable medicines, I am, sir, wit! much respect, Your obedient servant, R. C. TILLERV, M. D. KOSKOO CURBS CHRONIC RHEUMATISM > Norfolk, Vs., Sept 7, 18W DR. .1. J. LAWRENCE—Deur Sir: My son has re oeived so much benefit from your wonderful Koakoe, that 1 cannot refrain from expressing my gratttu.le I had tried almost everything without benefit. I htv lieve, iv all sincerity, that your Koskoo Is an infalli ble remedy for the disease from which be has suffereo and, so far as I can learn, has never failed. If you only knew the immense auiouut of sufteriug he has undergone, then you could conceive the value of suet a remedy as Koskou—that surely cures. The great amoant of good it is now doing among us Is inesti mable. With much gratitude, I am, respectfully yours, Ac, Mrs. M. B. A. NELSON. Resd the following from Mr. Womble, a prominent Hardware Merchant of this city: • N*. 13, Markot Square, Norfolk, Va- I October 13, 1868. J DR. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir : To the large num ber of testimonials which yon offer to the great effi cacy of yonr Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding my own. I suffered greatly with Nervous Debility Headache, Loss of Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Kos koo reste-red me to health. Yours .truly, J. 0. WOMBLE From Rev. W. H. Christian, Pastor Dlnwlddii Street Methodist Church. Portsmouth, Va., Octobor 26,18(10. This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence well. He is a gentleman of cultivation, and worthy of the fullest confidence. I leave used his Koskoo with ad vautnge to myself, and have adopted Its use In my family in cases of oorvous debility and depression. W. H. CHRISTIAN. From Dr. Lloyd, a Physlolau of large practice. Great Bridge, Va., October 8,186». 1. 3. LAWRENCE, M. P.—Dear Sir: I cheerfully endorse your Koskoo aa being a most valuable prepa ration. Upon examination of the formula, I fine l •ach ingredient highly extolled by our best and most progressive clinical investigators. I have tested in. effects in my owu practice, aud have no hesitation in recommending ft. In my opinion, it is the best com pound of its class ever put before the public—ex ceding by far all the various compounds of sarsapa rilla, Ac, ever Invented. It is a'decided Nerve Tonic and Invigorator of tae animal forces, aiding dig.. tion and assimilation, and thereby producing health, blood, which should be the basis of treatment in ajl chrouio diseases- Hoping you will reap the reward yon deserve from the public a* a benefactor, I am sir, yonrs truly, For Additional Tettttmonli.l* from Physicians, Eminent Divinaa, Kdltors, C. us rt.ta, Merchants, Ac, a*. KOUKOO ALMANAC foi ILL year. FIO 5K OMaC OULLaH PaClt BOTTLE. '•• nit hg all of the Primeipal Druggist* on an I ai'er f'NDAV, December 4,187(1, Trains will leave a. follows: I B:sjOa m—Hall daily («SO*pt Sui.dan) for Ihe Wet and North to IliifTJo and Niagara Fa 1.. Ilili p « - Fast 11. c .In- y (except MM**}*) for the West .nd North to WUllasusport, 7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West li :.1| p. m— Daily f..r the W.-t N-nh so Buff.iln, Roe-lie ter. Nia.ara Falls a- d eho Que a- Trains lor Western Msrj land Road at b:3O a. in. flu J S:80 p. m. Trains for Oetty.bnrg at R. 30 am. and 12:40 p. m. Trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. no, I*4o noil 8:30 p in. Trains for Citmlerlun 1 Valley Road al 8:30 a. m. and I*4o p. m. ACCOMMODATION TRtINS. For York daily (.-xcept Sundays)—3:3o pm, For Parkton daily (except Sundaes) 6:3(1 pm. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. From the * est anil North— 2:3o and 9:16 am, 12;S0, - to ..Ud I. 1 > |. 11.. York Accommodat.on—lo:l6 a m. Parkton Aci'orumodatlnii— 8:20 a m. For tickets to all poiuls North and West, apply at Oalv.rt Station and at No 9 North Calvert street. ED. S. > OUNO, • Gene.al Passenger Agent. ALFRF.D R. FISKB, beneral Superintendent. IJHILADKLI'IHA, U ILMINGTON AND BAI.TI- X MORE RAILROAD. Cmmenclng MONDAY, November, 21, 1«70. Pas | senser Trains will leave President Stieet Depot as Way Mail Train for Philadelphia anil Way Stations Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at Express Tiain for Philadelphia ard New York at Accommodation Train for Port Deposit inter mediate Stations at fi p. m. Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m Expresss Train for New York at 10:40 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia at 7:26 p.m. For Now York at CONNECTIONS. 7:25 a. m Train connects at New Castle Junction with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, ami at Perryville Tor all Stations ou Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railioa'. »:25 a. m Train at Perryville for Port Deposit. 2:40 p. m Train at Perryville for nil Stations on Philadelphia ami Dnltimore Central Railroad and at Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Railroad be tween W liuiii.gton aud Harrington. Thiough Tickets may be procured either at Presi dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Haiti I more stteet. Secured seats in the reclining beck car and betths or state rooms in sleeping cais procured at Balti n ore street office during the day. On application at 147 Baltimore street the Union Transfer Cumpntiy will call for and check bagirngeat privates residences, thus avoiding the contusion attending tip. smo a the depot. WM. CRAM FORD, o«neral Agent. PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI -1 MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday. November 21, IS7O, trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washing. ton avenue, as follows : - Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. ni. (Sundays excepted). forsßaltimore stop, ins at all regular stations. Connecting ut Wilmington with Delaware Railroad Line, at Clayton wiih Snyroa Branch Railroad aud Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Harrington with Junction and Breakwater R llrnail. at Piuliird with Dorchester and Dilawara Kailroi.il. at Ut-luiar with Eastern Shore Railruael, and at Salisbury with Wi comico and Pocomoke lailroad. Expreßß Train at 1145 a m.(S>un.lajs excepted! for Haltiraoteaud Washington, et ppiug at Wilming ton, Perryville and Havre do Grace. Connocts at W ilmington with traiu for New Castle. Express Train »t 4 00 p. m. (Bnndays excepted), for Baltimore aud Washington, Hopping at Chester, Thurlow, l.iu-vo.xl Ciayniont, Wilmington Newport Stanton, Newa-k, Eikton, North-last. Charleslowin Perryville, Havre de Grate Aberdeen Perryinan's Eilgewood, M.gnolia, 's aud Stemuier's Run. ' Nisht Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), lor Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Th'url-w, Liu wood, Claymont, Hil i.ington, Newark, E kton I Nor h East, Perryville, Havre do Grace, Ferryman's and Magnolia. Pateeugers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations between Philadelphia a«d Wilmiugt'.n: Leave Philadelphia at 11 a m , 2:30, 5 and 7p. m. Ihe 5 p. m. train connects wiih Delaware Railroad for Harring-ou anil intermediate stations. leave Milmiuirton at 6:45 (.nd 8:10 a. m., 2 4 and 7:16 p. m. The 8:10 a. vi. tiain will not stop belwcon Chester and Philadelphia. The 7:ts p. in. train from Wilmington runs dale. All other Accommodation Trains Hi days excepted. Train, leaving Wilmington at 0:45 ai.il 4 p. m., will connect at I, imokin Junctiun with the 7 a m. and 4:30 p. m. tr .ins for Baltimore Central Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:26 a. m., Way-mail. 9:36 a. m., Express. 2:35 p. in., Express. '7:J5 p. m. Xx press. * SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Baltimore at 7:26 p m.. stopping at Magno lia, Perrvniali's. Ah. rdeen. Hane da Gr.i-e Perry ville, t'harle-stowii, Nurrh-East, Eikton, Nowierk Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymiint, Linwood and Ohee'er. Through tickets to all points west, sr.uth south west, may be procured at Ticket Office), 821 Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also state rooms and berths in Bleeping cars can be secured dnring the day. Persons purchasing tie-but* i t th!. office cau havo bag age. becked at their residence by the Union Transfer Company. " " K'-NVKV »nn.r!ntendeut. BAViellllM NOTICKS. JN THE BIoTBIOT COURT 01 THB UNITED STATES, for the District of Virginia tflUiU In the matter of James M. Wood, Bankrupt—in TO WHOM IT MAYCONCERN: PI. .mi to take notice, that a petition has been ore sentedtothe W W. Forbes, Fsq , Register in Bank ruptcy iv sail Distiict, by ,'„£ E. Higl.y of .he ostate of said bankrupt, to sell tho real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all Usui thereon. This is to give aotice to all persons Intei-ested.that i r» r ?.'. s J sald P* tt * , °» an .-rder has two is-ued •Jlrl .° r e '.?"%! X, * i "« r "> Bankrupicy in said district, for all persons who may be iuleiested th. ii.t"rf Si 2 ,pp6ar b "'* r " bim - M hi * office, in be? 1871. L B ,'o hm .", Urt ', °° tl,e 3,8t At -y of Decemb er, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M., .nd show cause, if -any they have, why such an ouhr shnu'd not be d. 2itw2w LKWIB * IUQBY ' T? T Tn?™ O P IS T RICT COURT OF THE UNITED I JISTATES for the District of Virginia. bankruptcy. ' I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The undersigned W.C.Morgan,of Berryville Clarke coy, Va., hereby gives uotite of bis appointment as as.iguee of the estate of P. D. ghepher.>, of Clarke county, in said district, who has heretofore beeu aiijiiilged a bankrupt upon his own petition, by the Dated December Uth, 187u. ' d. 10-83W W. C. MOROAN, Assignee. ' T N a^ T . H ,?, £ , DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED L STAIES for the District ol Virginia I Bankr t c matter of Jos. A. Peck, Bankrupt—in W TU Hfi?r' ltJ ? a ?' l .! 3, " lc " -,,: - TI,e "-dTßigned, P | W. Strotlier, ot Giles county, Va., hereby uiZ* notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of IJ!"iZ ..• °f Q ' u " county, in said district, who by° r o bee r ". , " l J", d 8« i » bankrupt ou his'own , ,n* \" D l?^' ct Lourt °f 6B '« district. Dated December Uth, 1870 de HI E3w p, w BTRQTHER, Assignee. TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITltr. 1 States for lie District of Virgin,..* UlmM> In th,e matter of E. & gtarkie, baukrupt_j n bank I iiiptcy. r " ««.•*•*,- i t| T K W .° m ", m * Concern:-The undersigned llobson * Treadway, of Danville, Virginia hereby c tateof E %V!^ l "'rT ml j e.iateor K. B. starkie, nt Pittsjlvania n.uuiv Vir f, S.*.H . r tt !,i d '* t .' o ' l ,la " ""etcfore been ad 1 ju.lgea a bankrupt on bis own petition by the Di. trict court ot said district. ' | a . lB _ M3 , 110Ba » N '* TREU,W M \ V ' eo> ! TN th. District Couitof'the United States for ,>,. * Ilisii,. iof Virginia. ' B 1 bankru'"tc In '' tter °' W ' A 80lm <»>. lankrupt-ln F T v. Vi""' ' t . M '*yC" I "'< , rn —The undersigned John r. leellgo, ofLealherwoial, U.nry couuti? Viraini. hereby gives notice of his appointment as assWe of the estate of W. A. Holnian, , f Lath" wood Henry county, Virginia, lv said district wheTSe. f T 'i M n«"J«<lg«l a haukrupton LU„« delT-MSw * 'jO C HN r F opFi''0 pF i '' < ' i " f,^t -W--.T I, „ 61—Involuutary. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THF X United States, for the District of Virginia! hankrujitc , y. ,na,terof Abram M " Ior > oankrupt-H; To Whom It May Concern :—The undersigned O h. t hrlstian, 01 Richmond city, Virginia hen ' S, . AUr l"" >«""•.«» P*tol»b3rg cb, in AJ di.trict, who has heretotoro l„„u sdiudsed ■! i.,.,v 'T. b j£" t U "" rict f"»»rtof sakl di"S 0,,k " Uatod Richmond, December 9h, 1670. . , — ——____ Assignee. Fl.!.Vrlcl1 r f'v,r'g 0 i"l < '''"' leUuiU,;i 8 ""« 8 f " M» bansrup'tcy.""'" " P ' C ' C * n »*»y> tsukrupr-in p T B I "rkX. itM !' : !r (V " cern: - T,l « «oo r.lene.l, J sinl! her h°' Henry county If£. M,Tue."f th."'Mtat. ,, "!, C * " f ''' , *P»° ,1,,, «' ' " be r ret l 'f!,'. CO !"" y ' !IW*> '■'* M <U*Wo.', who'Si ii.ii,irn h '" Pn "djudged a bankrupt ou his own 1". '.. .'. ,u * district court of said district. DAILY TRAINS «ill barnt, between Baltiinor. and UN »-.- ii. and P».keisburg, », leilowa : The . AIL TRAIN, f„r all way points east or Piedmont, «i!| |.-aye Bait -more oaily (elrejpt Sun day.) at X:00 A. M ; ictuiuitig will arrive at li.ilti uioie at 6:06 P. M. The 8 A.M. Train connect, with S'lasl.urg and Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad The FAST LINE wll leave daily at 4 P. M.; re turning, will arrive at Baltimote at B.xo y M The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore dnily at 8:45 P M ; returning will arrive at Balti more at 8:50 P. M. The WINCHESTER AND 8 IR4SBURO ACOMMO DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore daily (except Sundays) at 1.05 P. M.; rotui nin. will arrive at 10:40 A.M. The MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRA.N will leave daily (excepfMundays) at 6:14) P.M.; re turning, will leave Mount Airy at 0:16 A. M., and arrive at ''altlmoi* at R: 0 A. M. The El LICOTI'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20 P. M. daily (except Suudnys); leturuing, will arrive at Baltimore at 3:20 P M. FOR HA iERSTOWN AND FREDERICK. Leave at ft.oo a. m. and 4 and 4:05 p. m ; returning, will arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 a m. and 6:05 p. m. FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. Leave Baltimore at 8 00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; re turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. m and 6:05 p. vi. FOR WASHINGTON. Leave Baltimore at 4:20. 6:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a. 1 m., and 2, t-.HI, 4:45 and 8:30 p. m. FROM WASHINGTON. Trains leave at 6:45. 8:00 ami 8:25 a. m. and 12:16, 2:50, 4:10, 5:40, 7:45 and 9 p. m. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Baltimore at 7 and 11130 a. m. am? 445 p.m.; leave Washington at (1.45 and9.2sa. in. ant 4:10 p.m SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION. Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 5:08 and 8:10 a. in. and 4:46 anil 8:00 p. m. leave Washington at 7:25 a. it), and 2:50, 0:40, 7:4.". ami 9 p. m. 'tickets can be purchased at the Office, No. 149 West Raltfmore stroet, comer of Culvert, where orders can be left for baggage to bo called for, aud which will be checked at person's residence. For further Information, Tickets of every kind, **~ apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station, cat the Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON, Master of Transportation, • L M.COLE, General Ticket Agent. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. WINTEU TIME-TABLE. On aud after MONDAY, December 5, 1870, the train, on the Philadelphia aud Erie Railroad will run as follows: WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves Pbiladolohia 0 40 P. M. " " " Williamsport 7.25 A.M " " arrive at Erie 740 P.M. Erie Express leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M " Williamsport 8.60 P M B" " arrive at Erie 740 A.M. Klmira Mail leaves Philadelphia 9.30 A.M. " " " Williauisport 835 P. M " " arrive at Lock Haven 760 P. M. EABTWARD. Mail Train leaves Erie 9.00 A.M. " " Williamsport 10 05 P.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 660 A.M. Erie Express loeves trie 9,00 P.M. " " " Williamsport 6.25 A. M. " " urrive at Philadelphia 5.30 P. M ElmiraMail loaves Lock Ilyv.-n 8,00 A.M. " Williamsp-.rt 925 A.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 6.30 P.M. F.uffilo Express leaves Williamsport 1235 A M. " Milton 160 A.M. " airivc at Philadelphia..... 940 A.M. Express, Mail and Accommodation, east and west, connect at Corry. and all west bound trains aud Mall and Accommodation cast at Irving ton with Oil Cr.i k and Alleghany Hiver Railroad. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN", General Siiperii-tendent. IJ EN N SVLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, the trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad tho Depot at Thirty first and Market streets, which is reached by the Market street cars, the last car cou with each train loaving Front aud Market thirty minutes bofore its departure. Un it and Walnut street cars run within oue of the Depot. Sleeping Car-Tickets can bo had ou application at the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth anil Oncetiiut, streets, and at the Depot. , Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggege at the Depot. Orders loft at No 201 Chestnut street or 110 Maiket s.reet will receive attention. TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ : Pittsburg Express 12:11"A M Lock llavei. aud Klmira Express '.'..'.' 9-40" " Paoll Accom 10:10 A. M and l:10ann7:10 P M East Ime ; 12-40 " Erie Express .'.'.'.'.1240 * HurcHburg Accoinnmdyt'on .'.'" 2:60 " Lancaster Accommodation 4-10 " Parke raburg Train .' s : '>,o «c Cincinnati Evpross g.oo *i Etie Mail and Buffalo Expre55................! Icof) " Pacific Expiess ,'.!l0-00 " Way Passenger .........,..... 1 0:30 •* ■lis Mail leaves daily, running on "t-'aiu day n'ght to Williamsport only. On Sunday night passengers i will leave Philailelpn a at 10:10 p M. Cincinnati aud Pacific Express loaves daily All other trail s daily, except Sunday. Tho Western Accotnmodatiou Train runs dally ex cept Sunday. For this train tickets must bo pro cured, and baggage delivered by 6P. M a' 118 M ir tet, street, Sunday Train No. 1 leavea Philadelphia at 8-10 A * ; arrives at Paoli at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No at 7*411 p'll"'" ,ell,hl * " 6:4 ° '" M ' : " r ' ivoi »' p »»" Sunday Train No. 1 loaves Paoli at C:,-.0 A. M • ar vos at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train No 2 leave. Paoll at 4:60 P. M ; arrives at Philadel .liia at 0:41 P. M. miiaoei TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT VIZ • Cincinnati Express. . 3lb A M 'hiladelphia Express ... Vital '•• ' Irle Mai „ soli Aceoin 8.20 A. M., 3:50 and 6*o P M 'atkersbllrg Train 900 . M ' r at Line, Buffalo Express „..,,., an '■■' ' .anras-er Traill ""10-en noon irie Express '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'. 5-46 p«' .oik llaveu and Elmlra Express 6-45 '" 'aciflc Express ~ 3.05 41 Southern Express !."!.'.'!"'.'.'.!." X/ 45 *« Harrisonburg Accommodation".'.'.'.'.'.'.' 940 " For further infurinatl-in. apply tn JOHN F VANLEER.Jr.. Ticket Agent. 901 Chestnut street FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent, 116 Market street. •n,. d , « Ticket Agent at the depot I The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as na^"" 3 .,' 1 " 0 !' *W*% ncfttS* wearingap parel, and Umit their responsibility t, one hunilred ', a>e u-im';"'- *',' b exceeding that amenint by .3„, ." "'."'* risk of lU,: O"""- ""less taken by apecal contract A. J. CaSSAT. General Superintendent, Altuona, Ta. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAd7~ THE SHORT MIDDLE«OUTE to the Lehigh a. 1 MdTn'Si Vu , N ""heru Pennsy Ivania, SouThern A,«r % r 'o riS r» lork.Eluiira Buffalo, Curry, Roc;" i ester, the Great Lakes aud thu Dominion of Canada WINTER ARRANGEMENT Takes effect November 21,1870 er^l'A 6 " D *j'? rr^ M '*" e8 Pafsenger Depot corn wfdlows* nC " n Blre<lt, i (Sundays excepted) .^"h" 1 ' for Fort Waehinaton Mauch Ch a un U k' ( u t, t. r '' B^ fi>r Uo,b l'bfm, Ailentown: ton P t, 8 ,c,,? t k f"' ; ? rre ' M*l"'i"oy City, H.*l° tun, Eitlstou, Towauda, W averly, ~„d Elmna and In Nla^Sri'°FX b lWh* for iuilab° l l is!'s^oo'aud"l'o'' mollat ' OD) f " r Fort Washington. 1:45 p.m. (Express/ for Bethlehem "jWon ill safe £L, i*™* <& ■ '.?.A',. m (Arc " mn ""latian)forDovleatawTi 11*30 P - m i( (A A C ror iod ? ,i V n ) for Lansdsle. T «.Fifth a,d 8 xT 0 , 11 ■" TJ f " r ** Washington snd^;:^ c rr^,olx^ d "-' D.yleetown at S:3O a. m., 4:40 and 6 35 n A bin H o aßhi "s'° nßt - 9 ' :2f '' " :20a - m, and 310 p m ON BUNDAYB Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 0-30 . ,„ Philadelphia tor Iloylestown ». •il,,*™' Doyleslown for Phdadel ,bia at MP' '' Bo.hlehem for Phliadetphli , i""' •"press Office, No. 105 ?»«. " ggag ' _Novemlier 21. IS7O. KLUS CLARK, Agent. ""..-yinlhepockAso, , , l\l »?•«» "4 p.. testot tune-. H; lvil . u 1 o I" «tor t las.tood the, years, its very B*me»Ul r t-allt . ' 2™ ,hir '> J-ie respected 1 |,T 0 " f£mj?3£l'"*° »™Mw the r youth, with all £ juy b „*,) n rt '5» ..I tho .anie; inta 1a,,,,, |„ lt J „ " " U X "-""i it is Btill dy for youthful ißdl*cr»tjoaoS3 S!l H , ' ,<K:Ia c r.-ni, - It is *__**, al, dru,X pr 'c y i,\' rn , f^ '^"' , • Cc 14—ly' Be l *l per bottle. J. McCarthy, Fifth and.Marshall streets. RieimoKD a»d Yo.g Rrvs.it RilWoaa, i SrjPERIMXN,.XNT's orrtcs, > 111 linos* Va„ Dec. 19, 1870.1 I k.N' AM) Ai'Kklt .M-iNuaY, Decemlur 19, ISO, \J the l RAIMe on this road will be run aa follow.'' PA.-SKNUER IRtIN Oi-ING EAST— i,eeve. Kn ouioini • ai'y (Suiiil.it evteptedl at 1:16 P. M„ ar rive at West I'oiiit a 3I«P Jl. GOING WEST- Leavo vteat Poiut iWly (Sunday exc.pted.lat lt.oo A. M., nrrive at Richmond at 10:6* Trains connect at West P. int on Tuesday, Thurs day anil Saturday with STKAMERS for tlver land in.saint Balti i ore. UlElillu TRAIV.wlth Passenger Car attached, leave Mien muni! on Tuesday, Thursday ai:d Satur- MTa. 4 ociok A.M., arrive at W.«t Point at 7:*o THRoiiljH FREIOHT for Baltimore and all point. North and West received . daily, and forwanl-d promptly to destination. Through Bills of Lading given to all points North aud West. —' ", i tf superintendent. . l*sH>mi Ae.LiOlUu UAILROAD. On and after MONDAY, Dicfinbei 6th, 1870 the I'ASSh.NHIEKThAIINS will run as follows: MAIL TRAIN will inn HAD V between Richmond uni ItaSaton (except. Sunday, between Gurdousville au i Staunton). Leave Bichmuuil at 8 A. M., and ar uveal Staunton at P.M. Leave BtaunU-n at 8:59 A. M., uud arrive at Itichmond at 4:60 P. M. f making close connections at Gordonsville aud Char luttesvillo with Orange, Alexandria aud Manas-ras railroad train* foi Alexandria, Washington, Balti more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, *c; also for Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis, New Orieaus, Montgomery, Mi-bile, Ac. This train will run TRI-WEr.KLY between Staunton and White Sulphur on 'iUKSDAY, THURSDAY, aud SATURDAY, viz: Leave White Sulphur at 330 A. M., II arrive at Staunton nt B.i» A. M.; leavo Staunton "■■', P. M., and arrive ut White Sulphur at 10 P..M. oluit West, paseeiigei's dine at Uorilolisvllle and at Covinglou. Uolug East, br. aklast at Stuunton dine ut Uordonsville. tiis train connects with stages as follows : t Staunton for Lexiugtou, Natural Bridge and ■risonbiirg. t Ktllboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 miles; and : in Springs, 16 miles. a t Wbite Sulphur Springs for Lewisburg, 9 miles; Charleston, 109 miles, HROUGH TICKEiS issued to all polo's Nortk. it, nnd Southwest. . JAMES >'. iMETHbKLAND, 030 ili'iii-ral Ticket Agent. IW AND DANVILLE RAILROAD. PASSENGER SCHEDCXB. GOING gOUTH. .'III.CRU AMU DamVIILI PASSBMUn. nond doily (except Sunday) ville daily (except Sunday) at i .00 P. M nvilie daily (except Sunday) at 6:66 I». M Luaouou Mail amp Exfksss. nond dally at 2:65 P. M Hie daily at 1:30 P. M IreenabvTo daily at 1:06 A.M QOINO NORIII. :'. IKIJ AND DASfVILLI PASSING!*. i!le daily (except guuday.) , 7:44)A.M ville dally (except Sundayjat.. 1:00 p!M' ii. .■'! 1 daily (except Sunday) 'npotiOH Mail amd Kxpbisb sboro' daily at 1:16 A. M. He daily at 3:38 AM. ichmiiud 11:' 6 A' M burg aud Danvljjs Passenger Train con eevillo with the trains ou the gouth-Siiln itersliurg, Norfolk, Lynchburg, and all lie South-Side and Virginia aud Teunes s. Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chatta lille, Memphis, and all important point* .uthwest. gli Mail and Express connects at Greens rains on the North Carolina Road for elumbia, Augusta, Savannah, Macon, gomery, Ac te., asid at Richmond with id, Freiderickstiurg and Potomac, Chesa io, aud Richmond and York River Rail irs and Chiles' Patent Reclining Chain gh Express Train. THOMAS DODAMEAD, **». Superintendent |/0R NEW YORK.—OLD DOMIN- F ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheel St-..in •mips ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE ■iAKATOGA, HATTKRAS, and NIAGARA' 'leave New York for Norfolk. City Point an■: Hchmond every TUESDAY, THURSDAY aud SATURDAY, at Leave- Richmond every TDBBDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY at high tide. These ships are entirely new, and were boil t ex pressly for this route. ' Thoy have splendid saloons and state-rooms ' the ■•■■!■,uuniiidutious and attention are unsurpassed Good.sliippi.il by this line are landed regularly a New York, on fbeCompany'B covered pier, 87 North | Hirer, witbiu torty-tlghl hours. INSURA.Ntii EFFECTED WHEN ORDERED. AT A QUARTER OF ON E PER CENT AT THE OFFICES OF THIS COMPANY. Freights for points beyond New York forward** with dispatch, and no charge made, exoept actual I expenses mem. 4br*For lurthcr information apply to Je/HN W. MYATT. Ageat, Jr °—*" No. 3 Governor St, I \IRKCT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN 17 RICHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH WEST AND NO-TiIWEST, VIA THE VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. This Great Passenger Route ia oompuseil of Richmond aud Danville railroad, Virginia and Tennes see Consolidated Railway J.i,ie, East Tennessee and Virgiuia railroad. East Twiuoiißee uud Georgia rail rood, Nashville and OHattanooga railroad, Memphis and Charleston railroad ami other connections. Paenenge. trains leave Itichinojd daily (Sundays excopted) at 0.15 A. M, making close connections throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Soutbslde railroad, Bristol .end stations on the Virgiuia and Teuuew.ee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth irand Junction. Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo ga, Cantou, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton At lanta, Rome, Solma, Macon, Columbus aud all peiints Houth and Southwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago Louisville, Jackson. Tenuessee, Cairo, St. Leu-Is »\„i all points North aud Northwest. Through ticket* good nutfl used. Baggage checked through. New aud elegant sleeping cars on all night trains Good eating houses, and ample time tor meals Fare lower than by any other route. For further information, apply at the office of the t irgisia aud Tennessee Air-Line Railvuv, 1325 Main street, or at the ofHce of Lhe Richmond and D uiville railroad. * R. j. WALKER, A LEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AN» J\. HAMPSHIitii KAIUtOAI). SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING a . APRIL 1, IBM. TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) BE TWBEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON. Leave Alexandria at BA. M and 6p. M Leave laniiltcn at 6A. M. and 11:30 A. M Leave Leeahnrw at 6:26 A. M.and 12:16 P. M. ' Tbe 8 A. M. train from Alexandria and 11:30 A. M train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily Line of Coaches foi PurcaUvilla, Suiekersviile Ber ryville, aud Wiiiel-e-stt,, also with lU>unie-r'« Li'ue of Couches, which leaves I.eosburg rtailj tor Ball's Mill Aldie, aud Middleburg. On and alter Juno twenty stages will ruu daily to Capon Springe. . All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient hours for connections with Washlngtos nd Baltimore th. From Alexandria to Clark's %26 Ball's Mifl. .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.!. it it Purcellvilie 276 Miclill'e'burg!'!!!.!"/ 32b Berryville 3 6ti | Goods per Now York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore steamers, Railroad or Express, to .are, !t. H. Huvod ncr, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwarded over the road froe of charge for cotnn.ission. Commutiitlon tickets between Alexandria and Hamilton, and all intermediate station., at low rate Round trip tickets, good only for day of issue, be' twoeu Alexandria and Hamilton, and betweon those and intermediate points, at reduced rate* NATHANIEL HAYS, J" 3 sf tsaanl l*piiii..ui*sati A DELAIDK HEAD, who sues by h. r next frind J\ PUOBs: ULAN KKNSlltP.aualust JOHN HEAD Take notico, that I shall, ou W ducsduy the llth ol Janua.y, 1871, at the law officio! A. Moiee Jr In the city of Ru hinond, between the hours of'B a! M. ~ el 6 P. M. of that day, proceed to take tbe depo s tion. ol John It y aud others, wit: esses suL.i oeicol t - testify in my behalf ,n a suit for dlvoroe now de pending iv the Chancery Court ol Richmond, in which lam plainiiff and you are dalendantj and it from any cause the taking uf the said depositions be not commenced, or being coiuuiuucud, not fiuieh.-d on tli .t day. tin.n the taking thereof to ho contin ue! troiii day to day ant from time Io time at the same place aud at the same hours until ihe same is c. mple.ed. ADELAIDE HEAD. A. Moisl, Jr., p<i. delu—Siw IMROINIA.— At rules held in the Clflk's i fflce o V the. Chancery Court of tho city of Richmond, on Hi nuay, lbs stu day of Di ..-eiuber, 1870. Adetai.'e Bead, who sues hy her next friend Phot.. Blaiiken.hip Plaintiff IN CHANCERY. The object of this suit Is to procure n eivorr.. v in™ o inatrimonii. Aud allidavi, having been mad. "ti.i tiled that ihe defendant i... B»n-rest3*nt ot this "ate, It ,a ordere ' that the sail defeudane do am «.r oY'-.tbiu one month afta, da* !,'., " iinddowbans lecciuryt, piotect his interest ii! ,1. ,o =, Acopy-Teste, BBNJ. H. Br- RRY, Clerk. j , ■>'o-'M.-. •:: ~. ? ''it ~wJ ; " " :"r wjvuiiage to sn ! a i iiuircasett. .1. 'I* I'Ukw ' -"c ','."„' '"•*' 're' the Ccilt 1 1 "'" ■ He 1 '"luta^'r 11 n ,'""""' o Remedy, Bow.V. s Id by U • Wr * , l "'.h*'" Cough 11,1 am, Ac cornariAixO Ul "P u ' r,ri,^i '" coiner Sixth and Broad streat*.