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lIKl' \¥ ETENINts\~JAN._B,IB7I. — ■-—-.■■-■-■-..-_; — 1 Foreign Miscellany. The M.irqu-is of Lome and tho Princess Louise are to be made happy early in March. Count Manuel, the oldest soldier in the Prussian array, nd wife, recently cele brated the sixtieth Anniversary of their marriage. Even at this lata day a Vienna paper .aa other foreign papers have dono, of Daniel Webster, the c-x --pounder of the American constitution, and author of an excellent dictionary. Tho Southern officers who havo enlisted v the service of tho Viceroy of Egypt are reported to be greatly dissatisfied with their new position. Like Mr. Jeremiah tllossOm, they want fo go home. At a recent operatic performance iB i'nrli, Italy, the tenor Timburiuo stabbed i,-tho baritone, behind the scenes, in the second act and then ran away with tho prima donna, which realistic variation i\,unlit m the denouement altogether ahead of time. The North German Qa-ctto says that up in d Wench prisouer of war, at Land , Bavaria, letters have beeik found which refer to the Traupmau ""murder, which made such a sensation about a year ago. The letter, divulgo tho names of two accomplices of Traupman. Swlt-erh-od swarms no longer with tour !' every nation, but the swarms with refugees from the one nation for which she is mi resented as now seeming to care or | think. Freuch refugees fill her cars and I platforms, crowd her streets, cram her houses aod occupy the best looms of her hotels. ♦ <. » The Tknnessek Skirmish-RS. — The Nashville Union pictures a condition o affairs along the line of the Nashville anc Northwestern railroad which indicates that it is a rather lively section of the country —- to reside io. The Union says : Hardly a wee!, elapses that does not tell its tale of horrors, the result of private broils. At Huntingdon, only last week, a man named Key was shot down by a man named Matthews, in a drunken alterca tion, and vow we have to record two other minders, more fearful in their details than any which have been perpetrated for some time past. On last Wednesday nigh James Hopgoed, residing at Oleason, ha< . barf of his head taken off by a heavy lost of buckshot discharged from a gun in the hands, it is said, of. one of his supposed enemies, against whom the people have grave suspicions, though his guilt has not beeu discovered. There is but one living witness to this mysterious murder, and that is tho perpetrator of the foul crime. The committal of the crime has been attributed to an old grudge en tertained toward Hopgood. On the same , irntful night, J_s. Crutcher, well known iv Nashville, suffered a terrible fate, near Baker's works,betweon Barns' Station am SrincdsviHe. It is said that Crutcher, having traveled a considerable distance that night, and becoming benumbed by tho frosty air, stopped at a woman's house oo the roadside and knocked for admit tance, without a response. He rapped again, and sill no answer came. It was repeated a third time, but without avail. Determined to arouse the slumbering in mates, he knocked heavily agaiust the door, which had the effect to bring the woman out, with tho belief that she was besieged by some ono who meant mischief. On opening the door, therefore, she pro truded a shot gun and fired eighteen buck shot into Crutcher's breast, tearing a large hole in it,' killing him instantly. ■ ■■ —»■! m A PaH-HG-B of tub Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad Company Falls Overboard and is Drowned.— Iviriy Thursday morning a sad accident happened at the Sixth street wharf, which | resulted in the death of John C. Hall, a well-dressed man apparently aged about fifty years. The deceased had been a passenger on board of the steamer Van derbilt, (of the Aquia Creek line,) and as the steamer was entering her dock on the return trip he fell overboard. Assistance • a_3 quickly rondered but of no avail, as the unfortunate man was drowned before help could reach him. The body was j soon after recovered. Deputy Coroner | Dr. S. J. Todd was notified. He arrived at the boat sxin after and held an inquest, when a nnmber of witnesses gave testi mony, from which it appears that the I name of tho drowned man was John C. Hall; and from papers found on his per- | son it was ascertained that he was the I agent of the American Horse Clipping Machine company. On his person were also found a gold watch, two silver watches, two gold rings, a diamofid breast-pin, a doHftr gold piece, a bond, and 237.20 m money, besides many papers. ihe jury rendered a verdict "that de ceased .ame to his death from congestion of the lungs or brain, or both, by ac cidentally falling iuto the water while in an intoxicated condition." — Washington " Mart's Little Lamb."—A corres pondent sends- Every Saturday what he cills "The True Story of Mary and Her Little Lamb," hoping it will take the pkco of that garbled version which has hitherto been received as authentic : Mary bad a little lamb Whose fleece was white ai snow, And everywhere that Mary went Tb-j lamb it would not go. So Mary took that little lamb And beat it fer a spell; The family had it fried next day- Ana it went very well I _ —«*, A gentleman too much addicted to li uor has just fuand a new use for balloons, \ as be thus explained on again arriving ut home vory "tight :" "Don' sa'er word, 'Lisa, (hie) don' sa'er word 1 I'm goin' to buy a balloon (hie,) " What ou earth are you going to buy a balloon for, Mr. Furgub'on ? ' "I'll tell you (hie,) 'Liza. Y'see they've goasomany (hie,) got s'many rum shops : Man. s'reet, a feller can't get home without gettin' drunk. I can get away with a balloon (hie,) yon know. You can come to tlio store an' blow It up, and (hie,) —an' then you won't have to blow me up 1" , ~, Governor Hoffman recommends the . ilature of New York to pass a consti tutional amendment providing for the punishment, as criminals, of purchasers of votes at elections. The present laws of New YP r 'r!. provide lor the punishment of such persons, but they are seldom, if ever, executed. A more stringent enactment, however, can do no harm, and, if enforced, will send thousands of Governor Hoffman's constituents to the peuitentiary. ■ Two children were poisoned to death at Milford, Mass , by tasting the contents of a vial picked up* at tbe tuini of a drag Sasatooa SrniHOS.—The Excelsior Spring, Saratoga, !)»« taken a very prominent position I »-ncDg Ilia minj bubbling, boiling mineral Spiings of tint fa.Mohable watering place and simmer resort, since tbe present enterprising pmprietori of the valuable citato in which it rises have commenced Ihe extensive improve- I .ts they have had in contemplation- I Excelsior Spring li one of ten dlfler mineral ipringa on this estate, which aro ated in a beautiful valley about one mile of the Village of Saratoga Spring!, and it ached by two roada, either of which lead! ugh a beautiful country ; another route ia ugh a ahady wood, much resorted to by istrians who desire to exchange the deity i for the cool shade of a romantic forest eat. The improvements In the valley io eh rise these varied mineral springs, con* of newly graded roads, a tract of recently ited foreit trees, and a greater and most ortant one for Saratoga, Is an artificial lake, which has boon formed on the estate, by irlilaga Is to be supplied with a head which will, perhaps, be the means ng any more conflagration, by whioh ie hotels havo been burned, to the of the business people of Saratoga. I improvementa»are contemplated on ale, one being a new and extensive ouae, to meet the increased demand ;el»ior Spring Water, which is for. all parts of the United States, and | Kittles by most first class druggists, is also sold on draught, being ship. I laratoga in gas-light reservoir* lined block tin, and is forced out at tbe ecisely as it flows from the spring, tibua lino will run to and from tbe iring the summer aeason, (or the uvenience of the excursionists, who [ ulcerous parties to visit this attrae inn, and drink its effervescing and waters. — '8 INODOROUS KID GLOVK CL_AN i aid gloves can be q ukkly and reprinted j and mndo equal t* new; even when badly I ran I c readily restored. It Is easy of ap nl is perfectly free from any odor. Tor I (gists and fancy goods dealers, Pik*, 25 1 tl*. ON'S POMADE OPTIMR, aa a drawing r Is all that la required; purely vegetable perfumed, it aoftens, Improv** and beau air, strengthens tbe roots, and give* It * I ■ appuaraic*. or sal* by*!! drnggfit* | id 76 cent* p«r bottle. HASKELL.—This celebrated physician rooma at tbe MONUMENTAL HOTEI,, ~ deairiug bis aerviee* will find him. ll* ■ietor and render *f many CELEBRATED SS, who owe their discovery to bl* i»v*n . B*_ NCTICS. ON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTU POWDER I y recommended as the best dentifrice : cleanses and preserves tha teeth, harden.! sweetens tbe breath ; and, containing no tty substance, is perfectly harmlosa, aud I daily with great advantage. Su'.d by all Price, 25 and 50 cents per bottle. HAND TELLS TIIE BTORT.—From all riders for I'IIALON'3 VITALIA OR SAL 'ORTHB lIAIR come piuring in. All s Dye*. Ac, g.i down before it. A year will be unmarketable. The ladle* aay It int to uao aa a perfumed toilet water, and isrent aa crystal. Nothing else reproduce* t the original hue of the hair. a ", 30NGDON, tho Indiun physician, claims to ssfully treated quite a number of patients r, and we hear of those who te*tify to th* fortunate that there are many physician* rent systems of practice for the cure ol l»ss dis*as*a. The Doctor is confident ot 1 of hia mode of treating the sick, and s* afflicted to consult bim and judg* for i (f hia ability te cure. He can be found ■ in llanchaaier, next to the po*t-offl*e, ba "lnt.rview*." during the day or avea " LOTH HIDES A MULTITUDE OF FAULTS."— ut it fail* to paint the pale cheek, to gladden tha cart or conceal tbe diaeue tint I* lurking and ■king rapid inroads upon yonder rapidly declining male beauty! Her wan features ar* bedewed with ears, her puis* ia feeble »nd her day-dreams are growing dim, a* night with it* heavy pall of gloom Ule* upon her brow ! I Can she not bo restored? ea. Health, with all its enticing charms and beau | es, will send a thrill, of joy throngh her feeble ram*, by tb* use of Engliah Female Bitters, which re advertised in anether column. Go thou amd buy them. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. OI'.ANI) I.ODOK. W. H. Wude, Grand Chancellor; Lingan B. Allen, : Vice Grand Chancellor ; 11. C. G. Hartman, G. 1". and C. 8;J. B. Vanghan, G. Banker. Representa lives to the Supremo Lodge—W. H. Wade, D. W. j Bohanou, William J. Tyson. SUBORDINATE LODGES, "irginla Lodge, No. 2, meets every Monday night in ; Covenant ball. W. V. Glaaebrook, W. 0. Id Dominion Lodge, No. i, meets every Tuesday night in Covenant ball. C. E. Wlngo, W. 0.) C. W. Macfarlane, R. 8. yracuse Lodge, No. o, meets ovary Friday night iv J Slarshall bloc-. J. McCarthy, W. 0.; K. C. Crump, anion Lodfio, No. 7, meela every rriday night, at | Maaon'a ball, Twenty flllh street. (1. Watt Taylor, W. C; T. Wiley Davis, R. S. laraball Lodge, No. 12, meals every Thursday night, j at tt.eir hall corner Second aud Broad streets. Charles -ppa, W. O. Richmond Lodge, No. 12, meets every Wedneadav I night in Covenant ball. M. P. Handy, W. 0. t ermania Lodge, No. 15, meets every Tuesday ni.lit j in Marshall block. Charles Ducker, W. 0.; Charles j K. Lobr, R. 8. Lines Lodge, No, 17, moots every Saturday uigbt ln j Covenant hall, W. C. Carrinriton, W.C.; O. Pow«JI riendabip Lodge, No. 20, (Manchester), moeta In i Engine House every Thuraday night, E. S. Gar doaa. W. Ot W. R. Gary. R. 8. ■' , i- ,"■'" - ' ' " , * .1"— '■ I TOBACCO, f XCELBIOR TOBACCO WORKS, BVB* SISUT, IBIVU.I SIX".H ACS B-V-SV-, RICHMOND, VA. CHOICE SMOKING and FIG and TWIST OHKW- N(l TlßACCOaupplled to tbe trade on the mo*t easonable rates to bo found in tbia market. ja 13-liu JAB. BWE«NIT. FOR REKT, B'VVO LARGE BRICK H"Ur«_3 TO KENT. £3 j One on Leigh, near to Adams atreet, con- ___. taining ten rooms; one on Adams, near Leigh Btrtet, I ntaluing eleven rooms—built on tb* Philadelphia lan, and nover occupied since being bnilt; in nlc* rder, wbb gas and water. Accommodations for arriaze, horae, aud cow. Apidy lo no 21—ts GItUBUS k WILLIAMS. AM-TalisUlClftll--. WAQNKR « CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHUGGISTB, I espectfully announce tbat they have removed lo I tieirnew and spacious store, (diagonally oppoelte I m old stand,) south weat corner Muth and Vroad I a :rtets, and otter lor ea'e at lowest market rales, a I nil and complei* stock of DRUiiS, MEDICINES, | HEMIC A 1,8, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, OILS, ILASS, Ac. Buying only of first-cl-aa Importing I nd manufacturing houses, we cat, guarantee satis- I action in price, purity and quality of goods. Orders shipped promptly. L. WAGNER, ja!2—ts JO*. N WILLIS. MUSIC, Ac. [j'caioi ~" " muslcT j N*. SIS Mais fSi-I*., No longsr of tb* firm of Harsh k Pollock, ia now •>,, pared te serve bia friends aud tho public g«fr*- ] raliy ln SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL MEUCIfANDI.SK or every description I respectfully solicit a call at my new a*tab_*_- J, no 12-ly 018 Main St., Iret. Ninth ami Tenth. /"- OVERNM ENT CLAIMS.—Any ou* having clataaa ' *_» against the United Sutes will find it to :_»rr ' advantage to send a atat*_ient «f their caae to o>afc«*-ur ai Law, Solklk, Ul.ro th* Court ot I OU-bb. Ao, *n H StrMt, Wl-Magtea, P. 0. 4: '_• Proprietor retains acknowledgo-eata rerHke very liberal patreaage ke -»i v reoeived dariag tke pait two years, and iaforn.s sll who oi are in need •(' any description oi « PRINTING, ' t r I .-J desiro tkal it shall ». exeeated in a manner alike creditable te THHM iMLVHS aad tk* Priater, tkat km eataklUkueat still sustains tk. , • enviable re-potation no loog eajoyed for turning out • • j SUPERIOR WORK, ] < A,t prites ai reasonable ai it eau be produced by any office in tke country, < m IHFROVIMENTS ARE CONSTANTLY GOING ON, !11 tke way of every appliance necessary for tbe fllliag, ia I satisfactory wanner, of all orders for work in tbe line. PROMPTITUDE-^* la aa established rmle, aad will net be deviated from in aay case. Patrons will But fail to appreciate the advantage! of tbis important feature, , ■ , a tttttM , I—l Oaroful and eemputo-t attention is given to * WI X H PRINTING!, Bnibrfcoiag work ia Colors, Tintf, Sold, Silver, ke. Ia tki* department we tmtkm to exool, aad will _#ple_sed to exhibit our HANDSOMB SPHCIMHNS a* evidence of what we avsert. Mi* ■ . ' aur advantages in -AT APPROTID MACHIUHRT, STYLISH MATERIALS And SUPERIOR SKILL, finable u» to compete successfully with the best appointed establishments in Ihe country, and no effort will be spared to make it tke interest, as well as tbo pleasaro of the public to leave their order, at the STATE JOURNAL STEAM JOB PIINTINt 18TA1LISIM1W, St.. 9.2. MAIN ITIIIT. HAIL-ROAD* A IVO si'KAJIUtMij. '|"i: BALTI ARE AND OHIO EAILROAD. On anil a,t*r Sunil,iY. I.th June, lUTO. I . DAI I.T TBAII S will be rim bet*r«« Baltimore aid Wb**llag ar.il Petersburg, ai follows : Tk* .V AIL TRAIN, fur all way point*, M Plr__*ot, will hia-* Haltiuiori, daily (except Sun day«)at 3:o* A. M ; rataiitiiig will arrive at Haiti ■or* at 6:05 I>. M. Th* S A. M. Train connect* with Biravburg and ( ■arrla*nbarj via Maoaasas Gap Railrcad. Tk* J AST LINK will leave daily at 4 P. M.; r* taming, will iirriva at Haltimor* at 8.20 A. M. Th. CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore daily at 8:46 P M; ratirning will arrive at Balti saor* at 8:60 P. M. Tb* WINCHESTER AND SiRASBUISU ACOMMO- I DATIO;-. TRAIN mil leave Ealiiniore dally (except g**.laya) at 4.9* p. M.; milium,; will arrive at 10:40 Tk« MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will laav* daily («xcept Sundays) at 6:00 P.M.; re timing, will leave Mouut Airy at S:li A. M, and arrlv* at Haltlmoi* at 8: 0 A. M. Tb* ELLICOTr'S MILLS TRAIN will loave at I." t. M. daily (axiept Sundava); retunirg, will arrlv* at laltmeraat 8:20 P. M. TOR HAOKRSTOWN AND FREDERICK. I.aavo at 800 a. m. an* 4 and4:oJ p.ni ; r*tuir.lag. will arrive at 8.30 aid ia-..i. a m. aad 6:06 p. - FOR WINCHESTER a'S'D BTRASBURO I.eav* BaltiasDr* at SOO a. m. and 4:00 p. in.; re tenia., will arriv* *t 10:40 a. in. and t:oi p. in FOR WASHINGTON. L**v* Baltimore at 4:20, 6:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a. ra., and l, 1:60, 4:15 and 8:30 p. ni. FROM WASHINGTON. Train* leava at 0:46, 8:00 an.l 9:2* a. ni. and 12:16, Mo. -U, 6:40, 7:45 aud V p. m. FOR ANNAPOLIS. _*aye Baltimor* at 7 and 11130 a. in. anJ 4:45 p.m.; l*av* Waahington at 0.45 und9;2s.v m.and 4:10 p.... SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION. Leave Baltimore at 4:20, Ml and 8:10 a. m and 4:4* and 8:00 p. tn. I.eav* Washington at 7:?3 a. m. and 2:fio, s:4r>. 7.4', Tickets can tic purchased at th* dike, Nu. 149 I Weat Baltimore street, corner of Culvert, where orders can be left for baggage to be called for, and I which will be chicked at person's residence. For Inrtber lnlbrmatlin, Tickets of every kind, Ac, apply to J. T. Knglai.d, Agent, Camden Station, I oral tb* Ticket OHlce. JOHN L. WILSON. Master of Transportation. I Oeaeral Ticket Agent. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE KAII.ROAD. WINTER TIME-TABLE. Oa aad aftor MONDAY, December , r ., 1874), the trails on tho Philadelphia ami Erie Railroad will raa aa foU*ws : ' WESTWARD. _~ I Trail laaves Philadelphia 9 40 V. M. " » » Williamaport 7.26 A.M. " " arrivo at Krie 7.40 P. M Brie -xprua leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M * " 8.60 P. M « " ariiveatErle 740 A.M l.:*oa Mall leaves Philadelphia 9.30 A. M M " " Williauiaport 5.35 T M «• '* arrive a. Lock Haven 7SOP. M EASTWARD, tfa'l Train leavi-v Krir 9.00 A.M. •■ ". " Williamaport 100SP. M. " ** arrive at Philadelphia. 660 A.M. Bri* Express leavea frl* -9.00 P.M. " " " Williamaport 8.25 A.M. " " arrlv* at Philadelphia. 6.30 P. M Kltaira Mail loav*s Lock Haven 8.00 A.M. ■• " " Williamep.rt 9 26 A.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 6.50 P. M. Baf-ls Rxprsss leaves Williamaport 12 35 A M. " •• " Milton 1.60 A. M.I " " arrive at Philadelphia 940 A. M. Expr.ss, Malt and Accommodation, east and weel, coßDoct at Corry, and all wen bound trains and Mail and Accommodation east at Irvington with Oil Cto- k aad Alwihany Eiver Railroad. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. TJENNBYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1879, th* train* of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave tbai.r;..:. at Thirty-first anil Market stroeta, which ia reached directly'by tb* Market street cars, the last car con necting with each train leaving Front and Marki-t streets, thirty minutes before its departnt*. lb* Chestnut and WalL-ut _tr»<ft onra run within one squar* of tbe Depot. sleeping Car Ticketa can be bail on application at the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and Chestnut streets, and at the Depot. Agents ofthe Union Tranafer Company will call for and d*'iv*r baggage at the Depot. Orders left at Rsh. 201 Chestnut street or 116 Market street, will receive *° ' TRAINS LEAVE I'KPOT. VIZ : Pittsburg Expr,:,s I_U'_A. M. Lock Haven aud Elmira Exprea* 9:4.1 " Paoli Accom 10:10 A. M. and l:10and 7:10 P. M. Fast Line 12:40 " Erie Expreaa 12 40 llarriaburg Accomm.id*tioli 2:60 Lancaster Accommodation , 4:10 " Parkersburg Train 5:60 Ciiclnnati Express 8:00 ". Etle Mill and Buffalo Exprts" 9:60 " Pacific Express 10:00 " Way Paanenger 10:30 " Brl* Mall leavea daily, running on Sato-day D'ght t* Williamaport ouly. On Sunday night passenger* will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M. Ci-cinnati and Pacific Expross leavea dally. All • ther trains daily, except tuuday. T-* Western Accommodation Train runs daily,ex cept Sinday. For thia train ticketa muat be pro cured, and baggage delivered by 6 I. M., at US Mar- Sunday Train No. 1 leave Philadelphia at 8:40 A. M ; arrives at Paoli at 9:40 A. M. Sunday Train No. 2 leaves Philadelphia al 6:49-P. SI.; mi Ives at Fatal at 7:40 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Tacit at 0:50 A. M ; ar rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M Sunday Trala N*. 2 leaves Paoli at 4:60 P. M ; arrives at Philadel phia at »:M P. M. TRAINB ARRIVE AT DEPOT,VIZ : Cincinnati Expresa 3:10 A. M. Pbtladirlphii- Express 7:00 ' Brie Mail....- T:00 - Paoli Accom 5.20 A. «_- *:50 and 6 40 P. M. Palkersburg Traiu 9:00 A.M. Fast Line, Buffalo Express 9:60 " Laica*t*r Train 12.-0 noon. Elf* Express -. 6:43 P. M. Lock Havvn and Elmira Expr*sa _. 6:4* ' Parl.c Expreaa t'M Southern Expresa 6:45 .** Harrlsontmrg Accommodalion. 9:49 •• Far f«rtb*r information, epply to JOHN F. VANLEBB, Jr., Ticket Agmt, 901 ChMtnut atrf*t. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent, 11« Market street. BAMUKL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agont at tbe depot. Th*P*lueylv*nla Kailroal Company will not a*- I *nm* any risk tor baggage, except for wearing ap parel, aad limit thoir responsibility 11 one hundred dollars in value. All baggage excluding that amount lv valu* will b* at the riak of the ov.ner, unless taken by special contract. A. J. CAEBAT, General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. OIITH PBNNBYLVANIA RAILROAD. TnE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh aid Wyoming Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern and Interior New York, Elmira Buffalo, Corry, Kocu **t*r, th* Gr*at Lakes and tbe Domtnion of Cauala. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Takes effect November 21,1570. Flft*on Dsily Trains leav*s Pa .enger Depot, corn er Berks and American streeti, (Sundays excepted) a* follow*: 7:00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. At 7:35 a. m. (Express; for Bethlehem, Allenluwn, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesoarre, Mahanoy City, Hall* ton, Pittston, Towsnda, Waverly, and Elmii a, and in Miintction with th* ERIE RAILWAY lor Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, .an Frauciaoo, and all points In the Great Wert. 8:26 a. in. (Acoo_i_i..u:;tion) for Doyli'B'own. 9 4* a vn. (Express-) tor Bethlehem, Eaaton, Alleu town, Mahauiy City, Mauch Chunk, Williamaport, Wilkeabair*, Pittaton, l-crantou, Hackotiatown, (Bcbooloy'a jilouutaiii], and N. J. t'eulral and Morris aud Easel Railroada. 11:00 a. m. (Acoinmodatlon) fur Fort Washington. 116, 6:20 aud 8:15 p. m for Abingt n. 1:46 p. in. (_xpr»sa) for Bethlehem, Eaaton, Allen town, Mauch Chunk, Mahauoy City, Wilkesbirre, I Pittston and Ualleton. I 1:30 p. a* (Accomu-odatian) for Doyleatean. At 8:-) p. m (Bathlthem Accommodationj torßotb ] l*h*m, Eastou, Alleut'jwn,(Jjp'ay and Mauch Chunk. 416 p. iv. (Mail) for DoylcMuwn. 6:00 p. m. for Betbleheni, Eaaton, Allsntown, Mauoh Chunk. *:20 p in. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. 11:10 r. lv. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. The Filth and Sixth atreet, Second and Third stieet I aad Union Lives O.ty Cara run to ihe Depot. TRAIUB ABRIVB IN PHILADELPHIA FROM B*tLl*he» at S:6», 10.85 a. m; 2:16, 6:00 ami 8:2» Diiylestewn at 8:80 a. us., 4:40 and Ml p. m. Ijiuada'e at 7:110 a. lv. Fort Washington at 9:20, llitO.a. in , and 3:19 p in. Ablngtou at 2:36, 6:65 aud 9:35 p. u>. Philadelphia fur Bethlehem at 9:3(1 a m. Philadelphia for DoyleUoVfn at 2.00 p. vi. Doyleatowu for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. ni. B*thlehoni lor Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m. Tickets sold ami bagi-aire checked throtigli to prin cipal points, at Mann . North Pennsylvania Baggage Kxpreas Ofllce, No. 106 touih Kiflli meet. uioii-t __jdo^_6nl HBLLMUTU COLLEGE. Beard anil Tuition per annum KSB HELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE, I lia-gurated by H. R. 11. Pri»c« Arthur. Boar,! and ! Tiiti*u per annum, $328. Pm_i»«»t—Th* V*ry R« I. Hellmutb, D.D., js_r- tor particular*, apply to Major Rvao*, L-.Lita, PILUOADB AMD I XT l7i'Rirc_3«RA_^lLßOAD~" )... an<l after St ND.VY, Hecouiber 4, U7l>, Train* I v ill Uive aa follows: * :Ki a. m —Mail daily (except Snndu>s) for the West Kin Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Fast Lino daily (except Sundays) for the vorth to Willlamsport. laily (except Sundays) for tk* W**t. Dally for th* Weat. North to Buffab, Niagara Falls and tb* Canada*. Trains for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 a. m. au j 8:30 p. in. Trains for Gettysburg at 8.30 a m. and 12:40 p. m. Trainß for Hanover at 8:30 a. in., 12:40 and 3:30 p. m. Train- for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. vi. aud I 12:4o p. m. I ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. Tor- daily (except Sundays)—3:3o p m, Paikton daily (except Sunday*) 6:30 pm. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. a tbo W*st aud North—2:3o and 9:16 a t», 12:30, 2:4* and 11:15 p ni. York Accommodation—lo:ls a ni Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m. Fer tl*kets to all points North and W*st, apply at CoJrtrt Bt*tl*n aid at No 9 North Culvert street. KB. 8. YOUNG, General P.iasengsr Agent. ALFREB R. FIBKE, General Superintendent. I>lll LADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI- I MORE RAILROAD. Ooinnirndng MONDAY. November, 21,1870. Pa* senger Trains will leave President Btieet Depot a* follow*: Way Mall Train for Philadelphia aud Way Station* • t 7:2* *. m. Expr*es Train for Philadelphia, and N*w York at i 11:35 n n.. Express Train for Pbiladalpbi.t and New York at 2:40 p. ni. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit i-tar- I mediate Stations at 6 p. m. express Train for Philadelphia at 7:26 p. nt. Expußaa Train for New York at 10:40 p. in. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia at 7:26 p.m. For New Yoik at 7:25 a. m. Train connects at New Castle Junction with train for all Stations on'Delawaro Railroad, and V at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. 9:25 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit. 2:40 p. ni Train at, Perry-ille for all Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad and at 1 Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Railroad be- I twecn Wilmington and Harrington. Through Tickets-may be procured either at Prcai- 1 dsit Street Depot, or at TiekeJ. Office, No. 147 Balti mort street. Secured seats lv tho reclining back car and borths I or st. to room* ln sleeping cars procured at Balti- I more street office during the (lay. On application ut 147 Baltimore atreet the Union Transler Company I will call for and check baggage at privates residences, I thus avoiding the conflsion attending the same at I tho depot. WM. CRAW FORD, General Agent. r>HILADKLPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI- J MORE RAILROAD. Commeuclug Monday, November 21, 1870, train* ] will leave Depot, corner Broad atreet aad Waablug lea avenue, as follows: j- Way Mull Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore, stopping at all regular Ntations. Counuctiug at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad Lino, at Clayton vih Smyrna Branch Railroad and I Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Harrington with Junction and Breakwator R-ilroad. at Be.tford with Don-heater and Delaware Railroad, at Dclinar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury wilh Wi comico aud Pocomoke Railroad. Expreaa Train at 11:45 a m. (Sundays excontedj for Baltimorepnd Washington, .topping at ton, Perryville an-1 Havro de Gtaee. Connects at Wilmington with train for New Cattle. Expross Train st 4:03 p. m. (Sundays excepted), for | Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Cheater, i Thnrlow, Lin-vood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport, I Stanton, Newark, Eiktou, North-Fast, Charlestown, j Perryville, Havre d* Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, j Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. Maht Expreas at 11:30 p. ni. (dally), for Baltimore aud Washington, stopping at Che3ter, Thurlow, Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark. Eikton, Nor h East, Perryvillo, Havre de Grace, Perryman'* and Magnolia. Passengers for Tortress Monroe and Norfolk will I take tho 11:46 a. m. train. \ WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations between Philadelphia aad Wilmington: Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m , 2:30, 6 aid 7p. m. Tho 5 p. ni. train connects with DelAware Railroad for Harrlng.ou and Intermediate stations. Leavo Wilmington at and 8:10 a. m„ 2, 4** nd 7:15 p. m. The 8:10 a. m. tialn will not stop between I Chester and Philadelphia. The 7:16 p.m. train from Wilmington runs da Ell. All other Accumutoilatiou Trains Suodays excplel. Train* leaving Wilmington at 6:45 aud 4 p. m., will connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7 a m. at.il I 4:30 p. m. tr tir.s for Baltimore Central Rallrc—d. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:26 a. m., Way-mall. 9:3* a. m., Expre.B. 2:35 p.m., Express. 7:25 p. m,Ex- Pr<,S SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Baltimore at 7:20 p. ni., stopping at Magno- I Ha, Ferryman's, Aberdeen. Havre ue Grace, Perry ville, Charlestown, North-But, Eiktou, Newark, I Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood and Cheater. Through ticketa to all pointa weat, south.aonth weat, may he procured at Tickot .Office, 828 Chestent atreet, under Continental Iletel, where also Btate- I rooniß and bertha in Bleeping cars can be secured during the day. Persona purchasing tickets et this office can have bng.-age checked at thoir residence by the Uuien Transfer Company. 11. F KKNNEY. Superintendent. PIIOPOSALS. Tl^fr-* l ' sta^i-ss'mai'l. TII-GINIA. Post Ornca Deea*TMSKr,) Washington, January 5,1871. f PROPOSALS will b* received at the Contract Office of thi* Department until 8 o'clock p. m. of MARCH 1,1871, (to be decided by the SOih), for carrying the mail* ofthe United Bute* from July lit, 1871, to June 30th, 1876, on tb* following route In tho Stute of Virginia, aud by tho schedule of departures and arrivals herein specified, vie : No. 470*—From Hicksf rd, by Pleasant Shad*, Law rencovllle Char-lie Hope, White Plains, Gholaonvilla, PowelUon, Pleaaant Oaka and Ryland's Depot, to Hicksford, equal to 33 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Hickaford Wcdueaday aud Saturday at 9 a. no; Arrive at Hickaford Thursday and Monday by 8 p. in. For forms of proposal, guarante*. and certificate, and ulbo for instructioiiß an to coi.ditlons to ba em braced in the contract, Ac, see advertisement of Sep tember 30tb, IS7O, inviting propr-sala for mail service In Virginia, to bo found at the principal poßt-ofilces. Bida should be sent in sealed envelopea, super scribed, "Mail proposals, State of Virginia," and ad dressed to th* Second Assistant Poßlmaatar General. JNO. A. J. CKEBWEI.L, ja O—MCw Postmaster Gonet-1. Ot a WATCH! •» WATCH I THE GREAT EUROPEAN X Ulrica [Aluminum Gold Watch 00. Have appointed L. V. DEFOREST k CO., Jawmjtas, 40 AND _B B.OAB-.T, N'XW YoSk, SOLE AGENTS FOR TUB U. 8. A.d have authorised them to sei their great EU REKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATCIES for THREE DOLLARS, and to warrant each and everyone to keep collect time for one year. This Watch we guarantee to bs the beat and cheapoct time-keeper I that is now in us* in any part of tbe globe. The I works aro In double canes, Ladles' aud Gent's size, aud are beautifully cbaaed. The case* are made of I the metal now so widely known in Europo as Alumi num Gold. It has the exact color of Gold, which it always retains ; it will atand th* teat of the atrong eat «_ida; no one can tell it from Gold only by weight, tho Aluminum Gold being 1-10 lighter. Tb* works ai* mad* by machinery, same as tb* well known American Watch. Tho Aluminum Is a cheap mem, hence wo can afford to aoll the Watch for ii and ifllike a small pro St. We puck the Watch sately in a euiu.ll box and send it by mail to any part of tbe U. 8. ou receipt of $3.60; fifty cents for packing and postage. Address all ordei ato 6 L. Y. DEFOREST A CO.. d* 30—3 m. 40 and 42 Broadway, N. Y. . A GENTS WANTED, I In all parts of tbe United State*, to s*!l L. V. DBFQREST * CO,'S AI.UIWIIX UM OOL-I JEWELRY I Agenta aro making $it)o to $.WJ per week Belling ! th 3 Aluminum Jewelry. 'Die best imitation of gold | ever introduce i. It has the exact color, which it always retains, and stands the Use ofthe strongest acids. No one can tell it from gold o»ly by weight— tbe Aluminum Gold being about 1-10 lighter. L. V. DEFOREST - CO. are Belling their goods for 1-10 Ihe price gold Jewelry Is sold for, and on moat liberal terms to agents—l 4 cash, balance iv 30, 60 and 90 data We send persons wishing to act as agrula.ii lull and oomplete assortment ol goods, consisting of Seals Bracelet*, Lockets, Ladies'and Gent* Chains, Pius, Rings. Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac, for $100—526 I to be paid wheu the gooda are received, the other $75 in 30, OO and 90 days. Parties wiahing to order goods aud act aa agents will address, ana sua a feycy I) ,,, f . (mEST 4co I de 80—3-1 *° sn, l 4 * Broadway, N. Y. 67—Involuntary TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED I STATES, for th* District of Virginia. In the matter of 0. T. Bayless, bankrupt—iv TO k wFIOM IT MAY CONCERN- Ths undersigned, T. 11. B. Wright.of Tuppahannock, Essex coonly, Virginia, hereby gives notice of I his appointment M assignee of th* estate of C. T. ! Bavle**,of i>,ox county, in aaid district, who bs* :o:ore beeu adjudged a lankrupt by the District I 0, '.lrtofsnid District. Dal*. D«*_.lvol 9t , . . , E B WRTQHTi 1 -* 10-Mw Ajet-M. -aAI_.ROA.tIS AMD ITKABBUATI -.__„_,_~~~~- .__—_.__. im . ri . I ICHMOND AND DANVILLB RAILROAD — ,OH .NOB 0# SCHEDULE—tin an 1 a'ft.r JAM JIY 23,15T1. GOIN- WBST, !r»tn No. I (Through Passenger) leavtt Richmond ly (except Sunday-) »t 4 A.M.; leavea Danville at 12 A. M.; arrives at Greenaboro'at 1:42 P. M. Train ho. 3 (Lynchburg Paißenger) leave* Rich nd daily (except Sundays) »t 9:16 A.M.; arrlv** I.yin bbwrg at 6P. M Train No. 6 (Through Mail and Express) [leave din.oud daily nt 2:40 P. M.; leave Danville daily 10:32 P. M. ; arrive at Greensboro' at 1:05 A. M. GOING EAST : Train No. 6 (Through Mall aud Expresa) leave eonb.ro' daily at 2 A. M. ; leave Danville daily at 17 A. M.; at rive at Richmoud dally at 12.33 P. M Train No. S (Tbioitjih Paiaenger) leans Greens m' daily (except fiimdavs) r.t 11 A. M.; leav* invili* at 1:35 P. M.; v' rive at lUchmond at r-:16 P Tra'n No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) haves I j-ncb irg daily (ex.epr Sai .!ayi) at 8_- A. M.; leavea irUevilloat 1 P. M ; *rrivea at Richmond BW TrilnsNos. 1 end 6 connect at Ore^mboro'with rainaon North Cirolina Railroad for all point* South. _ , Truia No. Sconnoctaat Bmkeville with Train on tlanlle, Mfssisaippl and Ohio Railroad for all pointa uihweat and Sonih -HROUGH SLEH'INa CARS, without clang* letweeu Rcbnmml N. C, aro attached oTrsinaNn 5, and 6.. THROUGH TICKETS to all points Bcuth and onthweat cau be procured at the ticket office In liclimoud. Ja2l THOS. DODAMEAD, Supt. IT) ICHMOND, FMDERICKBBURO A POTOMAC IV RAILROAD COMPANY. GENERAL TICKET AND FREIGHT DBPARI'M-NT, RICHMOND, JANUARY 20, 1871. CHANGE OF SCHEIII I.E. RICHMOND, FR-DERICKSBURO AND POTOMAO ROUTE. On and after SUNDAY NVXT, 22d instant, the Throngh Mail Train WILL LEAVE Byrd Street Da pot at I-I+s P. M., luetead of 11:15 A. M., end ar rive in Wathingtou at 7:30 P. M. 4ft" Travelers will pl"a»e tike notice that tbe FASTBPKS.D of THIS TR4IN compels the compa ny to O.iilT (he following stoppages : HUNGARY, KILBY'S, TAYLORSVILLE, CUES Ti'RFIKLD AND PENOLA STATIONS. On Mondays, Wedneadaya and Fridays, thia Train connect* at Acriuia Creek with Steamer Oeorgeai.ua BE CURBING, th* Train will arrivo in Richmoi:!, making Bioppages at usual Stations, at 2:2(1 P. 61. The Night 'through Mail Train will leavo Byrd Street Depot at 8:45 P. M. instead of 8:30 P. M., ai iving in Richmond 3:30 A. M. The Accomodation Train between Riohmond and Milford leavea Broad Street Dopot daily (Sundays executed), at 3:39 P. M. and arrives in Kichraecd at :50 A. M. , .« J. B. GENTRY, ja 21-lf Oer.aial Ticket and Freight Agent. Ricii-o.u md You- lovtit n'lLiiu.-.n, I BtIP_IUK7_NIIX.iT'* OFFICK, > RiCHHose, V_„ Dec. 19,1570. J \N AND AFRBR MONDAY, December 19, 1870, ./ the TRAINS ou thia road will be ruu a* follows: PASSENGER TRAIN-GOING EAST—Leaves tiebmoud i.aily (Sunday excepted) at 1:14 P. M., Ar* ive at West Point ai 3 10 P. M. , GOING WEST—Leavo « eat Point ,1 ,l!y (Sunday excepted) at 9:00 A.M., arrivo at Richmond at 10:55 Trains connect at Weat Pr itit ou Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday with STEAMERS for river laud iugsand Baltia ore. * FREIGHT TRAIV, with Pan-euger Car attached, leavo Richmond ou Tuesday, Thursday ar.d Batur day at 4 o'olo.k"A. M., arrive at Wost Peint at 7:10 a.'m. I .Vent Poiut at IP. M.; r.rriv* iv Rich-ion i !GH FREIGHT Tor Baltimore and all point* ud West recoived daily, and forwarded to destination. Through Bills or Lading ill points North and West • H. T. DOUGLAS, tf Huparintondont. iI'KAK- ANB OHIO RAILROAD. I alter MONDAY, Dccemliei 6th, 1370, tbe GER TRAINS will run as follt ws: TRAIN will run DAILY bei ween Richmond stou (except Sunday, between Gordonsrill* uton>. Leavo Richmond at 8 A. M., and ar aunton at 4:23 P. M. Leavo Stauutou at l>, and arrive at Richmond at 4:60 P. AI., lose connections at (Jordunaville and Char a with Orange, Alexandria and Mauasaa* train* for Alexandria, Washington, Balti .llariolphia, New York, Boston, Ao.; also hburg, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis, New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. Thi* train will run TRI-WKfcKLY between (Staunton and Whit* Sulphur ou lUESDAY, THURSDAY, und SATURDAY, vix: Leave White Sulphur at 330 A. M and arrive ut Staunton at 8:39 A M.j leave Staunton at 4:33 P. M., and arrive at White Sulphur at 10 P.M. Going Weat, pa'-.',;,ii- vine- at GordoUßVllloand anp ac Covington. Ooing Eaut, br ukiast at Staunton and .line at Got lionavllle. 'ihia train couneets with atagea aa follows: • At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Brllge and Harrisonburg. At Mmi„ i,. for B.ith Alum Springs, 10 mile*; and Warm Springs, 15 miles. At White Sulph.r Springs for Lcwlslmrg, I) miles; aud Charleston. 109 miles. THROUGH TICK-LB issued to all poiu't North, West, and Southavr.et. JAMBS F.N~TH__LAND, ao 3* General Ticket Agent. Ii»0K NEW VlinK-OLb il).'N- „ J. [ON STEAMSHIP CJMPANY. ,^^__jm__i Tbe eplenilirl new eide-wbael Steam - BbißS ISAAC BELL, A!,l.'-MA;a;,:,sJ_H_____-v: SARATOGA, HATTERAS. and NIAGARA leave New York for Norfolk. City Point .mm Richmond •very TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P. M Leave Richmond eitry TUB-DAT, FRIDAY and ■Sigh tide. i are entirely new, and were built *:. is route. eplendld saloens and atate-rooasa, datio-s aad attention ar* uneuruaaaea ped by this line are landed rogularly New York, on the Company* covered p10v,37 Noit Itlvar, within lorty-eight hours. INSURANCE _FF_C__->WIIF_< ORDEREiJ, AT A QUARTER OF ONE PER OKNT. AX THS OFFICES OF THIB COMPANY. Freightsfor points l-aycna New York forwarde. with (Tispat-h, and no charge mad*, except octu* expenses incurred. I-For further iuformation apply to J.HN W. ft YATT. Agent, J—t* No. 3. Governor Bt. ft EOT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWBE. lIICHaIOND AND THE SOUTH,* SOUTH t AND NORTHWEST, VIA THK. VIRGINIA TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY, a Great Pasoeuger Konte ts composed of nond and Dauville railroad, Virginia and Tennea .nsolidated It.ilway Line, East Teuue***e am nia railroad. East Tennessee and Georgia rai Nashville aud Chattanooga railroad, Meutphi Ibarleston railroad anil other connectioua. tsengor treias. leavo Kicbmoud daily (Sunday ited) at 0.15 A. M., making cloae connection ighout to Lynclabnrg and atations on Suuthsid wd, Bristol and Btationa on the Virginia an. easee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corintl d Junction, ..einphip, Now Orleans, I'ha'ta.oo ga, Canton, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, A lanta, Rome, Seluia, Macon, .oliiml.us and all point Ii and Southwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago iviile. Jackson, Tennessee, Cairo, St. Louis an. /int* North and Northv,ea*. rough tickota good until uaed. ..age checked through, w and elugant Bleeping cars ou all night trains od eating houses, and ample timo for meals. re lower than by any other route. r further inlena.atlon, apply at the office of th inia aud Tennessee Air- i.rue Railway, 1325 Mai street, or at tho orL't' -I tl Kic%t-o_d and Dunvill railroad. B. F. WALKJ-JR, A cant. AN. HAMPSHIRE RAILROAD. UMMBII ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING APRIL 1.1 BH9. TRAINS DAILY (EXOBPT B'J.NDAJ) BB WHEN ALEXANDRIA AND H__HLTO». ,vo Alexaudiiaat BA. M. and oP. M. Leav Iton at 6A. M. and 11*80 A. M r.oave Leesbui 6 A. M.and 12:16i'.M. ,8 A.M. train from Alexandria and 11:30 A. M. from HaEiillon connect with Kemp's Daily Line ofCcochosfor Pnrcellville, Suickersvillc, Bei ryville, and Winchester; also witb Reamr-r'a Line of Coaches, which leuvos Leesbuifc dally tor Ball's Mill, Aldlo, aud Mlddleburg. Ou and alter June, twenty stages will run dally to Capon Springs. All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient hoars for oonnectlriiß with W*shligtci>, vi Bslthriew the •anie day. FAR-. From Alaxaitdtla to L*eaburK ti Oo Wiachnstu, $3 Clark's Gap 125 Ball's Mill 1 35 Hamilton 2 25 Aldie »75 Purcellv'l'u 2 76 MHrflefcurg S 31) 1yvi11e..... 860 «ds per Now York,Plilladolpbi», or llalilmore nera, Railroad or ExpreSß, to care R. H. Haven Genoral Agent at Alexandria, will be loi-warded the road free of charge for conuuiasiou. -iniutation ticket* between Alexandria and illton, and all Interiuediate stations', at low rate, Round trip tickets, good only for day of Issue, be tween Alexandria aud Hamilton, and between those and -itor—ii dialo points, at reduced rates. NATHANIEL HAYS, Je X ly General Superintendent. HJBSTAIJKAJXTS yETBI.LK, NO. lDOt.—Tho season for Spring diet Ai h.3 i'jirly s*t iv. aud all the flesh luxuries vbloh I. :;'i it are at__TBLLB T B. With Li-dB, VKAL, BPRING CHIOKBNS, tUkt ABPRARAGUB, TOMATOES B STRAWBERRIES, with the other regul-i es, and tho oxcelleut co iiius-, it shall go hard I' most fastidious guost i< no! leartlly »..■ v the BAR, with in PORK UQUOB3, Mlft_l_.l. WATIiRB, the excellent Leverages prepurad by the sktUui kftaper, wind np an entertainment the ci > which is inferior to eoneln this country, tny B—ta BOOK AND PAMIUbKI PRIItILNG EX>:CLTI_W at this or now.