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MONDAY BTKNINO, JAN. 10, 1871.
r--J»CT«»»BgM*MS»B*»*B«**BBBB»I**J*Bt*JBBB*«JB.L -J XLLJJ A 'Wonderful nsi ape From Death. EXPLOITS OF A KANSAS SKATER—6WIMMINO TWENTY YARDS UNDER THE ICE. [From the Leavenworth (Kansas) Republican } We-are called upon to re:ord one of tho most marvelous preservations recorded in the annals of modern history. The skaters were merry at the bridge on Monday night, as were-they in almost every other locality unvisited by calamity, and skillful skaters glided over tho glassy surface, cutting names, initials, and hieroglyphics with their engraving tools. Tbe more nimble and skillful played ball and cavorted around the clumsy amateurs, who, with half-cracked skulls, blew their fingers and gazed at the experts. All at once an exclamation of horror transfixed every gnzer. Amid the crack ing and breaking of the ice ono was ob served struggling for a hold on the slippery edges of the ice, which broke off in large pieces. His benumbed fingers loosened their grasp, and the unfortunate skater was catried by the murderous current out of sight, under the cold and glassy ice. Being au expert swimmer, and possessed of great presence of mind, he struck out vigorously and swam after the manuer of a diver. The fishes gazed at him with their green eye 3 and nibbled his clothes as he Bwam through the frigid current, and he, too, imagined that grim death was gazing at him, but ho struggled manfully on, nor heeded tho meddlesome cat-fish which swam along beside him, as though they would question him concerning his sever ance with the affairs of tho land. He is •lmost exhausted, and he lets down and his feet Btrike the bottom. He has.reach ed a shoal. Pressing his hand vigorously against the yielding ice, with his feet braced below, a cracking is hoard, and he gazes along the surface of the ice. To come through lightly was but a moment's work, and bidding bis friends—the fishes —good-bye, he is conveyed to a fire to dry and warm, having swam over twenty yards under the water. ■ • ——— A Self-Starved murderer. Lawrence Sullivan, a convicted mur derer in prison in New York city, doprived of other means of suicide, is endeavoriug to kill himself by starvation. A New York paper thus describes his condition on Yesterday's dawn saw Lawrence Sulli van, the murderer, confined in the Tombs, in the same condition as ou Saturday—a ghastly wreck with scarcely a spark of life in bim. • The physician of the prison, Dr. Nealis, early in tho morning of yesterday, visited tho padded cell of Sullivan and felt tho murderer's pulse. Its beating was hardly perceptible. Lifting the white waxen tyelidß, the Doctor noted the watery glaze- over the pupils, and left the cell shaking his head. .The turnkey, pacing the corridor, noted tho Doctor's action, and remarked to an acquaintance, "I guess Sullivan will pass in his checks beforo the end of tho deal ;" in other words, Sullivan will die before the sheriff calls on him to conduct him to the gallows. While the remainder of the prisoners were at divine service, efforts wero made to force some whiskey down Sullivan's throat, but with very little effect. Tbe prinoiW clinched his teeth together, and moved his head around in every direction, so that only a few drops of the spirit went down his throat. As soon as the keeper gave up attempting to give him the whis key, Sullivan opened his eyes and looked at him, as if to say, i-'YoU thought you were able." Not a particle of solid food has entered Sullivan's stomach for over a week past, and five word.s would exceed all his conversation with every one, in cluding tho keepers, his mother, and his wife. Other efforts were made to give him stimulants, but three also proving futile, the keepers at length left Sullivan to his padded cell and his memory. His mother and wife were in the prison during the day, and we re in the cell, but beyond that and their praying for Sullivan, nothing happened to be recorded regard ing them. Sullivan did not speak to them, and beyond the vueatit stare of his eye at his mother, ho gave her no sign of recog nition. As last night came on, he turned on his bed, put his face to the wall and lay still. Ho did not change his position during the night, aud as the turnkey shortly before- midnight threw the glare of a dark lantern through the barred door of , the cell, the sight of the shrunken, shrivel led up body of tho man, the caved-in face, and deep eyes, with the unearthly pallor ! of his complexion, made doubly so by the light of the lantern, made a terrible sight. «*» Prussian Chalk Marks on French Doors.—At Vernon, writes a war cor respendent, we found no Prussians, but, what comes to nearly the same thing, the marks of Prussian chalk on the outer doors, l'russian chalk causes French paralysis and when you see "two under officers and five soldieis" or three soldiers and six hor ses, inscribed on the portal of a house, we know not only that tho Prussians have been there, but that they may at any time como back, and that in tho meanwhile the place has not been materially injured, has In terrorized, so that the it.habilants c not even to efface the terrible chalk rks, which are palpable signs of their iiiliation. young lady of Stockbridgo, Massa isetts, attended a ball ou Wednesday of i week, and danced uutil two o'clock ou jrsday morning. Sho died suddenly at m on Thursday. The indications are t she was killed by poison, whether ad ministered hy her own or another's hand is unknown. She was twenty-two years old and quite handsome. It is reported that there was some trouble between hor Ihcr beau at the ball. le, iihee Children Burnt to Death,— Tuesday morning last, the 10th Instant, ! bin upon the farm of Dr. George T. ;ctt, iv Prince George's county, near Charles county line, was consumed by and three little children—the eldest ■ it six years of ago—perished in the ics. The parents, who are colored people, were absent at work at the time. I Tbe fire is supposed to have originated | from tho chimney.— Port Tobacco (Md.) ,*. The man who ' couldn't find his match" went to bed in the dark. If Wisconsin girls remain unmarried at I , the ago of fifteen, they are encouraged by I their families to commit suicide. Gentlemen's seal rings should always be . wirn on the leit hand. The right makes it decidedly conspicuous. I ■ A Kansas Cay merchant give his wife S<oo to buy herself a Christmas present, and started for Tixr.-i. Bbs s-lected a I young clerk as htr pMMOt, Had left Kr I Chicago with him. , HPKCIAC NOTICES. | r i« ii i. ■• paiitkiildi." Pain la supposed lo be the lot of n porr m*rt*l',» l»<vlt»bl*asde-ith it»*!f i.ul liable at any time to j c:>rae upon us. Therefor* It is important that remedia | ageuts should be at hand to lie ut*d on au emergen ey, Abe* the seminal principle lodged iv the system shall dev.ilope itself, and we feel the excruciating •gonlea of pain, or the depros-lng Influence of disease Such a n medial agent exists iv the PAIN KILLER, whose fame has made ihe circuit of tbe globe. Amid J the eternal 1 ea cf the polar regions or beneath the Intolerableaud burning suu of tho tropics, ll* virtues ar* known and appreciated. Under all latitudes from tho ono extreme to tho other, suffering human ity has found relief from many of Its Lis hy Its use. The wli'o and b.oad area over wblcli this medicine has spread, att'sis Its value and potency. Frcm a small beginning, the Pain Killer has pushed gr»dn ally along, making Its own highway, solely hy Its virtues. Fuch unexampled success and pe-pularlty has brought others into the field, who have attempted, under similarity of name, te usurp the confidence of tho people and turn it to their owu selfishness ane dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruitless while the Pain Killer is sti.l growing In public favor, AXsr* Directions accompany each bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Price il9 ct*., 60 at*, and 91.00 per bottle, ja I—d&wlm |1 1 VORCKB. Absolute Divorces legally cbtalued in New York, Indiana, Illinois, and other States, for persons from any State or country, legal everywhero ; desertion, drunkenness, non-support, etc., sufficient cause ; no publicity. No charge until divorce la obtained. Ad- I vice free. 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It. E. LEIS, with a rail record of the campaigns and heroic deeds of his Companions in Arms; by a Metinguished Southern Journalist. The Life of Gen. Lee is here given Hill Of facts of interest never before published. 650 rages and 30 lite-like Hteel Engravings. Price $3.76. $150 per month made by Disabled Soldiers and active men and women selling this work. E. B. TREAT .. CO, Publishers, Jal3—4w 651 Broadway, New York. „_____________ TJ EDUCTION OF PRICES Ik to Conform tl REDUCTION OF DUTIES. GREAT SAVING TO CONSUMERS BY GETTING UP CLUBS 4e*T*Ber.d for our New Price List and a Club form I will accompany it, containing full I'lren-tions—rnak- I ing a large saving to consumers' and remunerative I to club organisers. THE QUIi.VT AMKP.IOAN TEA CO.. 31 aud 33 Vesey street, ja 13—4w New Yolk, Poatoffice Box 6643. r IFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF GEN.R.E.LEi I The Only Authentic and Official Biography of tha GREAT CHIEFTAIN. 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LTUAM'S ASTHMA CURB Relieves moat violent paroxysms in five minutes and i fleets a speedy cure. Price $2 by mail. THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN Colors the whiskers and hair a beautilul BLACK oi BROWN. It consists of only one preparation. 75 cents by mail. Address S. C. UPHAM, No. 721 Jayne Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Circulars sent. fiee. bold by all druggists. IJSYCHOMANCY.— Any lady or geutlaman can make $1,000 a uioutb, secure their own happiness and lnile-i-endence, by obtaining PnYCHOMANCY, FASCINATION, or SOUL CHARMING. 400 pages; cloth. Full instructions to vie this power over men ci' attinial* at will, how to Mesmerize, become Trance or Writing Mediums, Divination, Spiritualism, Al chemy, Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, Brigham Young's Harem Guide to Marriage, Ac, all contained iv tills book ; 100,000 sold ; price by mall, In cloth $1.25, paper covers $1. Hoticb.—Any person willing to set an ugont will receive a copy of tho work free. As no capital is required, all desirous of gei.tesl *tn- I-lovment should head for the book, enclosing 10c. lor postage, to T. W. EVANS 4 CO, 41 South Bth street, Philadelphia. 4 CARD. A Clergyman, while rosiding In South Americas* a missionary, discovered a sate and simple remedy for tbo Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases ot tbe Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whele train of disordors brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great ttumbeis have been cured by thi-, noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit tho afflicted and unfortunate, I will send th* recipe lor preparing arid using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to ar.y one who needs it. Free of charge. Address Jl' - •.!' il T D, Bible nouse, New York City. no 18 TOBACCO, Tf XCEL9IOR TOBACCO WORKS, Bian Strut, BiivriEN Sum »in Sivxmtd, RICHMOND, VA. CHOICE SMOKING and tIG and TWIST CHEW ING TOBACCO supplied to the trade on tke most reasonable rates to be l'ouud in this market. Ja la—lm rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on the 10th X day of January IS7I, a warrant in bankrupt cy was issued against the estate of David R. l.'reocy, of the county of Norfolk, and State o Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—That tbe payment of uny debts, aud tho delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to bim or for his use. aud the transfer ot any property by him are forbidden by law :—That* nieuting of the creditors of sold bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the Cu-.tom-Uouse, at Norfolk, Virginia, before Benj. B. Foster, Esq., Register, on the KOth day of January, 1871, at 11 o'clock A. M. JOHN. W. FARRELL, Ja 12—Th2w Deputy Marshal as Messenger. aIUTI.ER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not a thing JL> of yesterday, got up to gull the unwary and pur money in the pockets of the pi oprietor.it has stood the test of time. Having been in the market over thirty years, its very name w ill recall to many who are now tbe respected heads of families, the halycon days of their youth, with all its Joys and sorrows; It is still ' the same; inla'lable iv its operation; a specific reme dy for youthful indiscretion and lolly; a true friend. It is for suit by all druggists. Price, $1 per bottle. de 14—ly nWIIT CIDER, For salo by J. MuC'AR'i'HV, de|l3 —If Fifth streels. piUMK NEW ORLUANH MOLASSES, For l*J* by J. MCCARTHY, Ja 9— If Fifth niul Marshall streets. CI o VEIIN MENT CLAIMS.—Any on* having claim i T against the .United flutes will find it to their alvantage to send n state seat e-1 their case to J. T. DR«W, I ' it I*o eipfwe ih<i Cowl -I ■ B ' >V**hinttto«A. D. O. SEETHE KEVOLVIMt CHRYSTAL PRYSMATIO MORTAR, at WAONL'R A 00a Drngstor lllniuluatod rightly. Ja 11—v The Proprietor returns acknowledgments for tke vory liberal patrosage he has rewired during the past two years, and informs sll who ar* in need of any description of PRINTI NG, And desire that it shall bo oxeoutod ia a manner alike creditable to THEM SELVES and the Printer, that his establishment still sustains the enviable reputation so long enjoyed for turning out SUPERIOR WORK, At prices as reasonable as it can be produced by any office in the country. IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLY GOING ON, In the way of every appliance neoessary for the filling, iv a satisfactory manner, of all orders for work in the fine. PROMPTITUDE«=^r Is an established rule, and will lot be deviated flrom in any case. Patrons will not fail to appreciate the advantages of this important feature. Careful aud competent attention is given to FINE PRINTING, • ■ Embracing work in Colors, Tints, Gold, Silver, &c. In this department we elaiiii to excel, and will be pleased to exhibit our HANDSOME SPECIMENS at evidence of what we assert. Our advantages in APPROVED MACHINERY, STYLISH MATERIALS And SUPERIOR SKILL, ♦ Enable us to compete successfully with the best appointed establishments in the country, and no effort will be spared to make it tke interest, as well as the pleasure of the public to leave their orders at the STATE JOURNAL STEAM JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, ■•, 9 124 MAIN ITRIBT. 0* an 1 »Iter BPNDAY, December 4,1570, Trains will leave is follows: JW*. a—ll*ll dally (eseept anurias a) Tor th* )>»-t *ud North to Buffalo a*d Niagara Fails. 3 4ii p m —Fast Lin* daily faxotpt Sindays) for th* West and North to Willismsporr. 'M p. a.—Daily (exc*pt Bund«yi) for the W*st. l::J0 p. m —Daily for th* West North to Buff.'., Rochester. Niagara Falls and th* Can*<l*s. Trains for Western Marjlaad Road at 8:30 a tn. »ni 1:30 p.m. 'rains for Gettysburg at 8.30 a. m. and 12:40 p. m. rains for Hanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p. in. Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. mT and 12:40 p. m. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. Far York dally (except Sundays)—3:3o pm, F*r Parkton daily (except Sundays) 6:30 p in. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. From th* W*st nnd North—2:3o and 9:16 aa. 12:30, 2.46 and 0:15 p m. York Accommodation—lo:l6 a m. Parktonr Accommodation—B:2o a m. F*r tiskets to all points North and W*it, apply *t Calvert Station and at No 9 North Calvert strut. B>. S. YOUNG, Central Pa-Mngsr Agrnt. ALFRED R. FISKE, General Superintendent. IJHILADBLFIiIA, WILMINGTON AND Btl.Ti- X MORE RAILROAD. Commencing MONDAY. Ncvombor, 21, 1870. P*s senger Trains will leave President Stlei>t Depot at ollow*: Way Mali Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations t 7:26 a. ra. Kxpress Train for Philadelphia and New York at :35 a ni. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at 2:40 p.m. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit Inter mediate Stations at 5 p. m. Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m. Bxpretss Train for New York at 10:40 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m. For Now York at CONNECTIONS. 7:25 a. m Train connects at New Castlo Junction ith train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and t Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia ai.l altimoro Central Railroad. 9:25 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit. 2:40 p.m. Train at Perryville for ell Stations on 'hlladelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at Wilmington for Stations on Dih.waro Railroad be ween Wilmington and Harrington. Through Tickets may bo procured either at Presi tlt Street Depot, or B>t Ticket Office No 147 Baltl m*re street. Secured seats in the reclining back car and berths or ttat* rooms in sleeping can procured at Baltl more ttreet office during the day. On application at 47 Baltimore street the Union Transler Company ill call for and check baggage at privates residences, ius avoiding* the confusion attending th-> sains at th* depot. WM. CRAWFORD, General Agent. PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI *T - MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, November 21, IF7O, trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washing ton avenue, as follows: Way Hall Train at 8:30 a. in. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Connecting at Wilmington with Dslaware Railroad Lin*, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Railroad,at Harrington with Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at S.-- .lord with Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Delnmr with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi ii Pocomoke haiiroad. Train at 11:46 a m. (Sunda)S excepted), ire and Washington, stopping nt Wilming fills and Havre de Graco. Connects at n with train for New Castle. Train st 4:0!) p. m. (Sundays excepted), for and Washington, stopping at Chester, .inwood.Cmymont, Wilmington, Newport, ewark, Elkton, North-Fast, Charlestown, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryniau'e, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer'a Run. spress nt 11:30 p. m. (daily), for Baltimore sgton, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Liu ynioot, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, :, Perryvlllo, Havre de Grace, Ferrym m't lia. rs for Fortress Monroo and Norfolk will : lo a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, :- all stations between Philadelphia *nd ilbidelplitii at 11 a. m, 2:30, 5 and 7p. m. . train connects with Delaware Railroad lion and intermediate stations. Umlngton at 5:45 and 8:10 a. ra., 2, 4 and The 8:10' a. m. tiain will not stop between d Philadelphia. i p.m. train from Wilmington runs dalv. Lccommodatlon Trains Sut.days excepted, avlog Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p. m., will Laniokin Junction with the 7 a m.and rains for Baltimore Central Railroad. BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. altlmore at 7:25 a. m., Way-mall. 9:35 a. s. f:36 p. in., Express. 7:25 p. m, Ex- DAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE altimoro at 7:25 p m., stopping at Magno nan's, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace. Periy rlestown, North-Fast, Elkton, Newark, ewport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood ticket* to all points west, tonth, south bo procured at Ticket Office, 828 Chestnut er Continental Hetel, where also state berths in sleeping cars can be secured day. Persons purchasing tickets at this aye bag.ago checked at their residence by Transler Company. II V KeNNBV, Funerintend»nt. FROFOttAXi*. 1 STATES MAIL. Post Offics Dbpabtmfnt, 1 Wasbixutos, January 5, 1871. / ALS will be received at the Contract Office isrtmont until 3 o'clock p. m. of MARCH be decided by tho SOlh-), for carrying the ie United States from July Ist, 1871, to 1876, on the following route in the State >, and by tbe schedule, of departures and em specified, vis : rrom Hicksfrd, by Pleasant Shac'e, Law renceville Chatlio llopo, White Plains, Gholsonvillo, Powcllton, Pleasant Oaks nnd llyhtnd's Depot, to Iltcksford, equal to 33 miles and Lack, twice a week. .cave Hicksford Wednesday and Saturday irrlve at Illckifoul Thursday and Monday hy 8 p. m. i of proposal, guarantee, and certificate, ■ instructions as to conditions to be c ie contract, Ac, see advertisement of 8e i, 1870, inviting proposals for mail servi , to be found at the principal post-offic old be sent in sealed envelopes, sup ail proposals, *tate or Virginia," and ho Seeoud Assistant Postmaster Genera JNO. A. J. CRESWEI.L, r__ Postmaster General IKIBTIt I l.'l I It/tl. ND NiTrSrIEsT" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, [KLIN DAVIS .* CO., Proprietors. or the Fall and Spring Trade the large f FRUIT TREES, VINES, Ac, ever grow lern States, consisting in part of IEES, embracing all the choicest var s of Iruits adapted especially to t NES, consisting of ovcry variety of urna for catalogues, enclosing poslage stam JCHI $3 WATCH THE Gr.EAT EUROPEAN Aluminum Qolil Watch C Have appointed .. DEFOREST A CO., Jiwbui*.s, an 413 Broadway, New Yobk, LE AGENTS FOR THE U. 8. tl.onzed them to sell their great EU iMINUM GOLD WATCHES fur TUBE md to warrant each and overy one o t time for one year. This Watch a be the best and cheapest time-keepe in use in auy part ol tho globe. The works are in double eases, Ladies' and Gent's six and are beautifully.chased. The cases are made o the metal now so widely known in Europe as Alum - num Gold. It has tho exact color of Hold, which t always rotains ; It will stand the test of the strou est acids; no one can tell it from Gold ouly I weight, the Aluminum Gold beiug f-10 lighter. Ti i work* *i« made by machinery, same as the we - known American Watch. The Aluminum is a flu metal, hence we can afford to sell the Watch for 3 and make a small profit. Wo pnek the Watch sate y | In ■ small box and send it by mail to any part of ti I U. B. on receipt of $3,511; titty cents for packing am postage. Address all ordeis to L. V. DEFOREST .'. CO. da 30—3 m 40 and 42 Broadway, N.Y. A UKNT3 WANTHD In all parts of the United Stales, to sell L. V. DEFOREST A OO.M ALUMINUM GOLD JEWELIU 1 Agents are making $iu(l to tMt) per week sollin the Aluminum Jewelry. The best imitation of go! ever introduced. It has the exact color, which i always retains, and stands tbe teat of the stronges acids. No ono can tell It from gold only by weight the Aluminum Gold being about 110 ligbior. L V DEFORFBT A CO. are selling their goods for 1-10 th* pric* gold Jewelry Is sold for, and on most IHirr.il t*rms to agents—l 1 cash, balance in 30, 60 aud 90 days. We tend persons wishing to act as ugi nts, a full and complete aoaortmsat of good*, consisting of S*als, Bracelets, Lockets, Ladles'and ttent't Chain*, Pint, Rings, Slesv* Buttons, Studs, I o , for Sliiti-Jsd to be pafd when the good" are received, th* other $76 in SO, DO and DO days. Parlies wishing to order goods and act at agents will address, L. V. DEFOREST * CO., | da 10—Bui 10 and 42 Broadway, N. Y. I RAILROADS AMU STIAS UOATB RunaoHD asd Yobk Riteh Raiibosb, i • 80»ERlKTB.Vn».M'« OrflOß, V RlOH«ioa», Va„ Dec. 19, 1070. J f\ti AND Al'IiKR MONDAY, December It), U;i), \J th. 1 RAH .-- on tl.i- rosd will b* rim es follows: FAtitjKNOUR IHAIN-aOINO EAST—Leave. Richmond itsity tbnndsy etcepted; *t 1:19 P. M., *r rivs at West Point el 3 IU P. M. GOING WEST- -Leaf* Vest Point dsily (Sund*y excepted) et Uuj A.M., arrive »t Richmond *t 11*41 Trains connect at West Print on Tuesday, Tlinrs day Mid Saturday with STEAMERS fir river land Inland llui : FREIGHT TRAIS, with Pseenger Car attached, leave i . iue.diiy, Thursday aud Salur day at 4 o'clok A. M, nrrlve at West F;iutat7:4o A.M. Leavo West Point st IP. H.; arrive in Riclimoni at 615 I. m. THROUGH FRKIOIIUor llaltlmore aud all point* Worth and West received dally, mil forwards promptly to destination. Through Bills of Ladln given to all points North and West 11. T. DOUGLAS, de tf r llpe". iiiremlei t *p*UUr*UXI AND OHIO KAIIJtOAP. Ou and .ill-1 MONDAY, Ilecem'.ci 6th, IS;0 111* PASSSNGER TRAINS v-ill run as follows: MAIL TRAIN will run DAILY between Richmond and Stauntoj (except Sunday, between Gordonsvill au i btiunton). Leave Rlehnioud at 8 A. M., and ar rive at Staunton at 4:28 I. M. Leave Stauuton a 8:59 A.M., and nrrire at Richmond at 4:fiU P. M making close connections ut UcrdousvUle and Chat lottesvillii with Oiungo, Alexandria aud Manas*** railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Haiti more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Ac; also for Lynchburg, Kuoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. This train will run IKI-V, I>KI,V between Staunton and Whito Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUIIIJAY, viz: Leave White Sulphur at 330 A.M., and arrive at Staunton at 8-:; i) A. M-; leave Staunton at 4:33 P. M., and arrivo at White Sulphur at 10 I. M. Going West, passengers dine at Onrdonevillo and sup at Covington. Going East, Lr. akfast at Stauutou and dine at Gordolisvllle. This train connects with stages as follows : At Stauuton fcir Lexington, Nttursd Rrltlge end At Millboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 miles ; am Warm Springs, 15 miles. At Wli'to Sulphur Springs lor Lewlsbucg, 9 miles and Charleston, 109 miles. THROUGH TIUEK.S issued to nil point* North West, and Southwest. JAMES J.NETHBB.LAND, no 30 General Ticket Agent. IVIOHMOND AND DANVILLB BAILSOAD PASSENGER SCHKHTLH. GOING SOUTH. LTNOBBOKO Atp DAKVIIXB P4RSBKOB3. Leave Richmond dally (except Sunday) at 9:16 A. M Leave fllu kovillo dally (except Sunday) at 1.00 P. M Arrivo at Danvilledally(except Sunday) at 6:66 P. H l'Sßocon Mali, ash Kxikbhs. Leaves Richmond daily at 2:66 P. M» Leave* Danville dally at ir.o P. M Arrrives at Greensboro dally at...~ 1:06 A.M GOING NORTH. Lthohburo ahd Dahvius bUSSSSMHU Leave Danville dally (except Sundays) . «t 7:40 A.M. Leave llurkoville dally (except Sunday)at.. 1:00 P. M Arrivo at Richmond daily (except gundey) at 338 P. M Tfißouon Hail and K2l'K*bs. lisOTeilJreonsbsro' dally st 1:15 A. M. Leaves Danvillo daily at 3..8 A.M. Arrives at Richmond , 11:<6 A-M Tho Lynchburg and Danville Passenger Train con nects at Hurkeville with tho trains on the Bonth-Slde Road for Petersburg, Noiiolk, Lynchburg, and all stations ou the South-Side and Virginia and Tennes see Railroads, Uriste), Knoxvllle, Dnlto;., Chatta nooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all important polats South and Southwest. The Through Mail and Kxpress connects at Greens horo' with trains on the North Carolina Road for Charlotte, Celuiubia, Augusta.. Savannah, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Ac. Ac, and at Rii tunond with Kiniond, Frodericksbnrg aud Potomac, Cbesa d Ohio, and Richmond and York River Boll ig Cars Bnd Chiles' Patent Reclining Chair* luougb. Express Train. THOMAS DuDAMEAV, se 1 Superintendent. FOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMIN- _ _^> ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. " i*fi» Thaspleuditi new alde-wlteei Ships ISAAC DULL, ALRi:y:AKI.K.*J9MHMu SARATOGA, HATTKRAS, and NIAGARA leave New York for Norfolk. Olty Point aud liohmonc every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P. M Leave Richmond OTory TTJXiiDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY at high tide. These ships arc entirely new, aad were tmllt *jt pransly for this route. They have splendid saloons aud state-rooms, th* accommodations and attention are unsurpassed. •'iooda shipped by this line are landed regularly a New Voik.cn the Company's covered pier, 37 North River, within forty-eight hours. INSURANCE EFFECTED WHEN ORDERED, AT A QUARTER OK ONE PJSB CENT. AT 'IHE OFFICES OF THIS COMPANY. Freights fur point* beyond New York forwarded with dispatch, and no charge made, except actual en-onsen Incurred. *x»»-For further Information apply to JoUN W. VVYATT, Agent, jy 6—t* No. 3, Governor Bt, , . I \IRECT PASSENGER KOUTR BETWEEN LJ RICHMOND AND THE SOUTTI. SOUTH WEST AND NO"TUWKST, VIA TflK VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. This Great Passenger itoate is composed of Richmond and Danville railroad, Virginia and 'fences- I see Consolidated Rail way Line, East Tennessoo and Virginia railroad. East Tennessee and Georgia rail road, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Memphis anil Charleston railroad aud other connections. Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Sundays excopted) at 0.15 A. M., making close connections throughout to Lynchburg and stations ou Southside railroad, llrtstol and stations on the Virginia and Tennesson railroad, Kuoxvillo, Decatur, Corinth Oraud Junction, Memphis, New Orlean3, Chattanoo ga, Canton, Jackson, Vieksbure:, Mobile, Dalton, At lanta, Koine, Solma, Macon, Oolßmbtu and ail points South and loutdiwaat, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago LouisviJi.\ Jaokßon. Tennessee, Calroj Bt. Loul* ami all point* Mcrtlt anil Northwi • Through tickets good until ■ Baggage checked through. New Bleeping cars oa all night train-. Good eat-ng bonses, and ample timy for meals. Fare lower than by any other ronte. For further inlurraation, apply ar the office of the Virginia and Tenncw.'o Air-Line Railway, 1826 Main slreet, cfr at tho ofSr- cf the Richmond and Danville railroad. B. F. WALKKB, , „____ A^ent. A LEXANDiUA, LOUDOUN J\ HAMPSHIKE RAILKOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. liEOIJvNING APRIL 1. IBBS. TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCKI't SUNDAY) B» TW K.v.N AUBXANOKIA AND HAMILTON LOST* Aloxaudria at BA. M. and 6P. M. Leave Hamilton a'5A. M. andll::tu A. M LcrYoLcesl-nrir at 6:1:6 A. M.ar.d li':i6 P. M. ' Tim 8 A. M. train from Alerandn» aud 11:30 A. M. train from Husuilton connect with Kemp's Daily Line of Conches for FurceilvilK Si. ; rl:»vsvii!e, Ber ryvllle, and Wluclmsferj.nlno with (teomer's Line of Coaclics, which leaves Loesbiiri; dolls mr Ball's .Mill Aldie, and Middlelurg. On and after June,twenty stages will run daily to Capon Spvuigs. All trains arrive at. Alexandria at convaoiaa t hoi . f..r connactions with Waehii. gi .-> nd Baltimore tbi From A) -Landije lo Leesbnrg $2 00 Wlnchente' Js Clark's Gap a 26 Ball's Mill 8 if, Hamilton 2 25 Aldie af c Purcellvillc 276 Mi.Ulf.bmg a io Berryvillo 3 1,0 Goods per Now York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore steaniers, Baihoad or Express, to care R. U. Uaveu ncr, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwards*! over the road froe of charge for comnii=»-cn. Commutation tickets botween Alexandria and Hamilton, and all Intormediuto stations, at low rate, Round tnp tickets, good only for day or Issue, be tween Alexandria and Hamilton, and between these and Intermediate points, at reduced rates. natramui.hayb, J* 2 ly • General Ssperintondebt. A DELAIDE HEAD, who sues by hi r next frlnd J\ PIIOBi£IiLANKENSHIP,a K aiu«t JOHN HE YD Take notico. that I Blinll, ou W.'dneeday, the 11th of Januaij, IS7I, ai. the law ofllci; of A. Moise, Jr., la the city of Richmond, between the buurs of 9 A*. M. and 6 P. SI. of that d*y, proceed to take the depo sitions of John Rey andothers, witnesses tubromred to testily In my bel.alf in a suit for divorce now de pending In the Chanecry Court 11'Biclimoud, in which lam plaintiff and you are defendant; and If from I any cause the taking cf tbe said depositions bo not t commenced, or beiug coiiiuieiiced, not finished on thit day, lliou the taking thereof lo be contin ued from day to cay and from time lo time, at tho same pNcound at the sanio hours until the tame Id i mplmed. ADELAIDE HEAD. A.MoIBB. J«.,pq. ,j e Jo—B4w 1 A lKOlvlA.—At rule* held In the Clerk's office o V the Chancery Court of the rify of Richmond, on Monday, Ik* 6th day cf December, 1870. Adelaldo Head, who sues by htr next friend, Phole Blankenship Plaintiff against J.-bu Hoad Defendant. IN CHANCER!". Theoljoct of this suit Is to procure a divorce* vinculo matrimonii. And affidavit having beeu made and filed that lho defendant is a non-rosldent of this State, it is riderel that tin* said defendant do anpear here within one. month after due publication h*r*of and do what is necessary to protect-bis interest in A copy—Teslo, d* 10- Slw lIENJ. 11. bi'R'.'.T, ci lIVB AUENTS WANTED" FOB J ~ WOMEN OF NEW YORK ; Oa, SOCIAL LIFE IN THK GREAT CITY. b* .racy. i VYuiueu expo ' > to agent* ever given. Address Ne» Y. rk Book Co.