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TUESDAY KTKNINO, JAN. 81, 1871.
STORY.
The last fish story comes from New
Jersey. Lately in the ititerior of that
State", a mild-looking couDtrymau entered
a railroad car, bearing a Dirndlo tied up in
a handkerchief, which Le placed under his
seat at the end of the cur. After travel
ing along for about a half an hour a lady
sitting in front of tbe countryman was
observed to move uneasily in her seat, and
to cast savage glances at a seemingly res
pectable man sitting by hor side.
In ■ few moments afterwards anothor
lady, still further to the front, became un
easy, and at last, rising in her seat, re
quested that some gentleman in the car
would protect her from an eldeily looking
gentleman by her side, and whom she
stated had insulted her.
A dozou persons offered their assistance,
and before tho accused could speak in his
uv.ii defence his hat was jammed over his
eyes, and he was dragged to the rear of the
While there, aud carrying on with the
avengers a war of words as to what the
indignity meant, still another lady rose,
also seated further up tbe car, and accused
a gentleman sitting behind her with im
proper conduct. A rush was made for
insulter number two, but that gentleman
vigorously defended himself with a large
walking stick %hich he happened to have
und which, by tha way, was one cause of
the last trouble, his accuser stating that he
had indecorously been rapping her ankles
under tl.o seat with the same),aud while tbe
struggle to got at him was still in progress,
somebody in the front of the car shouted
there's a "snake on the floor." A scene
then ensued. The ladies in the car clam
bered up on to the seats, and many got on
the arms and backs of the same. One
elderly maiden managed to stand on the ,
hacks of two scats, in the best circus man
ner possible under the circumstances, while
a young mother threw her baby into a |
parcel-rack, and then hung convulsively
to a ventilator.
The confusion awoke the countryman,
who. on being told ol the snake, first felt
in his bundle, aud then exclaimed, "I'm
blamed, if that old eel haint got loose,"
started for the front, and soon returned
grasping firmly an immense ell, which ha
had first caught while out fishing, but
which, when brought into tho car, had
managed to get out of the bundle, and had
wended its way to tho front, lovingly ca
ressing the different varieties of ladies'
garters which he had encountered on the
way. Apologies given and received
straightened everything in that car, but the
lat that was j-immed down, and tho coun
tryman .leaving at the next station, no
blood was drawn.
_ <•»
gklnncr'a silver Wedding,
The following narrative will bo sugges
tive to married folks generally :
" It being just twenty-five years since
mv first wife died, I thought I could not
better celebrate the event than by having
a grand silver wedding. Alasl twenty
five brief summers, and it seems but the
day before yesterday since I returned from
her funeral, au altered mau, and told the
undertaker to call round for hia pay in the
fall.
" Tho great trouble in silver weddings
is that you are apt to get two or three
presents alike ; but I flatter myself that I
fixed 'em here. In tho first place, Mrs.
Skinner and I boked over our stock of
silverware to see what we were out of, and
found that we could take about twenty
five squire presents without getting bilious, |
and then we invited a few children, in
reference to nut-crackers, butter-knives
and other small fry. I issued my iuvita
tions two weeks beforehand, to give every
body a chance to buy a present, and in |
addition hinted in a delicate manner what 1
I should like each one to bring. So the
invitation read very much like this :
"Mrs. Charity Phleabottorn and Husband, .
Yon are both asked
To lit, and Mrs. Mose Skinner's Silver Wed
ding, January 17th.
*»*Please bring silver castor, with extra mus
tard jug.
" Mrs. John Beezum and Husband,
To Mr. and Mrs. Mose Skinner's Silver Wed
ding, January 17 th.
*»»We cherish tond hopes in jour direction in
reference to a silver teapot.
" On the back of each invitation was a
ueat gilt scroll, enclosing the words,
'Please avoid dollar stores.'
" To say the affair was a success, would
be defrauding the dictionary. I have
looked that ventrablo pamphlet through,
but fail to find a word that meets the case.
Nothing short of seven syllables and a
'French root' will do, so I give it up.
"Ou the arrival of tho guests I took
charge of the presents with as much emo
tion as the value of the present called for.
A nilver pie-knife I received with a husky
tremor in my voice, while au elegant silver
teapot caused me to entirely break down
with emotion. But I recovered and went
through the trying ordeal with unflinching
bravery. Those who didn't bring presents
were told that we were not at home, which
of course, made the gathering more select.
We received sorno very fine presents, in
cluding a share in a silver mine, a lock of
gray, hair streaked with silver, some silver
tones from a maiden's voice, a silvery beam
from the moon, and Eomo castor-oil made
from a silver castor.
" Then my wife and I stood up and re
ceived the silver-tongued congratulations
of our guests on our happy married life.
Out I didn't need 'em; no, I should say
not. When I see a man utterly crushed
iv spirit and bald-headed at the premature
age of fifty, with a black eye constantly
on hand, with a wife who is ready to fur
uish him with more black eyes at the low
est market price, I pause ere I congratu- I
late him on matrimonial bliss. Not that j
I would insinuate that Mrs. Skinner is not
as gentle as a dove in the olive branch bu
siuess. Not at all. I simply say that in
a case like this I should probably pause to
the extent of a semicolon and a comma ere
I congratulated him."
The belles of Newport and Saratoga are
ontdone by the wife of Mehemet AH, who
required five hundred camels to transport j
her b.iggage when she went a visiting.
Some sinner has stolen the thermometer .
from the Fond dv Lac Reporter office.
That paper informs the thief that it will
Is of no use to him where he is going, as
it does not work higher than 813 degrees.
A friend of ours, says the Pottsville
Miners' Journal, was recently invited to a
seat on the floor of tho House at Washing
ton, and he indignantly refused, saying
that he was accustomed to sit on chairs at
In Cincinnati recently an Episcopal
clergyman's black silk robe was stolen,tho
chief leaviug word that he desired to wear
it to a masquerade.
Nillson is ill at Cincinnati, and her •at* |
carts have been suspended.
CtOlltFllCtAL.
tlaurs buoyant, and sine* Monday, 23d in. t, price*
of white have advanced 20c per bus. There is an ac
tive competition on 'Change for Wheat, especially
for good milling samples. Tbe Com market ba* alio
been \ery active, but without any material variation
In prices until to day, when au advance of 2J£c was
eitablishod. Oats are advancing. Rye I. In demand
and quotation, aro somewhat higher.
Flock, Etc.—Flour continues to advance, a fur
ther Improvement of 602 per bbl. having bten es
tablished last wees, and tho tendeucy was still up
ward. Corn Meal ia firmer In consequence of the
advance in Co n. Buckwheat Flour Is lower.
Coustrt Producs.—Tbe market was well so: plied
with Egg. la«t week and prices declined. Virginia
Hay la also lower.
WHOLESALE PRICES.
APPLES -Green, £ 50a$l V 'obi-
BBKBWAX—2Bc per ponnd.
BUTTER—Prime, 28a30r; fair to goed, 25c; e*ra-
BACON—Western Shoulders, lll_c; Bone Side*,
13i_«l:)i_c; C'ear Rib, 18%a14c; Breasts, 13%a14c;
Plain Hams, 17%e18c; Sugar cured,lß)_al9c; Virginia
Hog Round, 13al3Uc.
BRANDY—AppIe, proof, 1 00 to $2 80.
COFFEE-Ro, iair to good, 18Ual7c; prime to
choice, 18Ual»K° ; Laguayra, 20a20j_c ; Java 25a26.
CORN—Good to prime white, 82)_c.
CORN MEAL—White, bolted, from mill, OOct*;
country, 83c.
CIIEF.SE— Northern and Western prime cutting
17l_il8c; common 14516 c.
COTTON YARNS—Country jams, Noa. 8 to 12
DRIED FRUITS—Apples, quarters, 3a4c! bright
sliced 6c. Poaches, unpeolod, halves, 6a7c ; peeled,
lOallc. Blackberries, Ba9c. Cherrloß, 12;_>14c.
EaOS-20a22c per dozen in barrels.
FLAXSEED—SI 70al 75.
FEATHERS—Livo Geese 60 to 70. ; Mixed 40 te
FLOUR—Country superfine, $7 O; Extra, $7. CO ;
Fumily, $8 50. Buckwhoat, 2J_a3o <$ D>.
GINSENG—EOaGOc per lb.
GUANO—Peruvian 75»578; Old Dominion Fertilizer
$80 • Tobacco do. $72; Whunn'a Super-Phoshate, $00;
I Bone Flonr,s6s; Bone Dust, $15aSU.
HAY'—Prime Virginia Timothy 105 asl 20; good do
85a96c; Northern 1 40a$l 50; extra $1 60.
LARD—Country, 13c ; Baltimore Leaf, In Heron*
and barrels, 13'_iUc ; in half barrels, 14J_c ; In
"lIMK AND CEMENT—Rockville, none: Rock
land UOto'lCJc. In store; James river Cement, $2 60;
Boßendale 2 f>oas2 60 ; Round Top 2 25a52 50 ; Cal
cined Daster 3 00 to $3 25. •
LUMP PLASTER—5j_s.$i3 l>er ton 2240 lbs; Rich
mond ground $10. Plaster, calcined, 3 00a$3 25.
MOLASSES—PorIo Rico 70a75c ; Cuba Muacovad*,
in barrel., 66a60c; sugar honso Syrup, in barrels, 2*a
3tlc; New Orleans Molaases 80a85c ; English Inland
S6a7oc; Golden Syrup 70a75c.
iMILL OFFAL—Bran 17c-, Shorts 82 ; Biowuttutf
27c; Shipatuff 60s, wholesalo.
OATS—Baled 70a80c, by tho boat load, per 100 ths;
shelled, very good, 55c.
ONIONS—SI 00 per bushel.
PEAS— Htack ej-0 2 00a$2 10; black and chy
POTATOES—Irish, 1 25(41 50; Sweet, 80a!>0.-.
PLASTER—Ground, $10 per ton
RlCE—Caruliua, *%bß>_)_ .
SALT—HeId at 2 40a$2 50 >i sack.
SENECA ROOT—2Sc per lb.
STRAW—HaIed 60c.
SUMAC—I 25a$l 60 per 100 lb..
" SUGARS—Porto Rico, Halite; Cuba, 10al0>_:;
New Orleans, lteimed, Crushed and
powdered lteUWo ; cut loaf, lb%c.
Coffee A 14UIC ~..1*K
II 14<J C yellow 13J_
Extra C 14 | Yellow UJ^aWJ*
SEEDS—Clover $S 00; Timothy $6 50. OrcharJ
Grasa $2-00; Herds Grasa $1 76.
SHUCKS—BOc per hundred lb.
'i AR—3 25a$S 60 per barrel.
TALLOW— OalGc. per lb.
TEAS—Black, 1 OOatl 60—the last a prime article;
Imperial 1 20a$l 25; Gunpowder 1 26a$l SO.
VINEGAR —Noithern manufactured, 15a20c; elder
WHEAT—Good to prime, 1 92J_a$2 CI.
WOOL—Washed 40a45c; unwashed 26a2Sc.
WOOD—Oak 4 50a$5 26; plue 3 50$a4 per cord
Irom boat. . I
WHISKEY—Common rectified proof 1 15sfl H
Old Rye copper distilled 2 00a$3 50; very old 6 as 6 00.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MAUKET. j
January 31.
Prices rule very flrai ami will continue bo untit
we have good Eoaßons, when linger receipts maybe
expected, and possibly, a slight decline in prices.—
There is very little durable old Tobacco upon the
market. All of that description Is taken by cvi*
manufacturers at full prl.:e>. The few old funked
Lugs remaining upon the market are rather a drug,
shippers preferring new.
The quotations of new are:
Leos —Common to good dark .$5 00® 7 00
Extra do 7 60® 8 00
Common to good bright 8 OO® 16 0»
Extra di 18 00® 20 00
;l'rimiogs •* 00® 4 50
Lias.—Common to good dark 7 00® 10 00
Common to good blight S 00® 16 HO I
Bright wrappers —.
Common to medium 12 00® 20 00 -
Good to tine.,. 20 00® 50 0
BANKRUPT NOTICKB.
I rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
J. Ihat on the 28th day of January, 1871, a war
] rant in Bankruptcy wa. issued against the eatate of
Thomas H. Pollock, of Henrico county, and btate
of Virginia, who haa beon adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own petition:—- That the payment of any
debts, and the delivory of auy property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him or for his use_, and the trans
fer of any property by him are forbidden bylaw:—
That a meeting of the crodltors of aaid Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees
of his estate, will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy
Übe hohlen at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Foibes,
Kaq- Register, on the 20th day of February, 1871,
DAVID B.PARKER,
'PUIS IS TO GIVK NOTICE:
JL That on the 2Sth day of January, 1871, a
I -rant in bankruptcy was ißSued against the es
-1 of Wm. D. Se'dea, Jr., of Henilco county, and
te of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
hia own petition:—That the payment of auy
ts, aud tho delivery of any property belonging to
1 Bankrupt, to him or for bis use, and the tram
of any property by him are forbidden by law : —
ita meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
ye their debts, aud choose one or more aasigneea j
liis eatate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
be holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes,
|~ Rcgi.ter, en the 20th day of February, 1871, I
DAVID B. PABKEB,
> 31— Tn2w • U. S. Marshal.
'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: That on th* 28th
day of January 1871, a warrant iv hankrupt
waa issued against tho estate of Robert A.
id, of Brunswick county, and Btate ol
'ginia, who has beon adjudged a bankrupt ou |
own petition :—That the payment of any debts,
I the delivery of any property belonging to aaid
lkropt, to him or for his use, and the transfer ot
1 propeity by hiui are forbidden by law : —That a
oting of the creditora of said bankrupt, to prov*
sir debts, aud choose one or more assignees of
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
1... holden at Richmond, Virginia, boior* W. W.
1 lies, Esq., Register, on the 20th day of Febiuray,
rpillß IS TO GIVE NOTICBI
X That on the 2Sth day of January, A. I». 1871, a
warrant in bankruptcy waa issued against tho estate
of Levi Stern, of Caroline count}, and Btate of Vir
ginia, who haa been adjudged a bankrupt on hi. own
petition :—That the payment of any debts, and the
delivery ot any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for bis use, and th* transfer of any
property by him, are forbidden by law:—That a
I meeting of the creditor, ef said bankrupt, te prove
their debta, and choose tine or more assignees of his
•state, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, ts be
holden at Richmond, Virginia, before W. W. Forbes,
Esquire, Register, on the 20lh day ofFebmry, A.D.,
1871. at It o'clock A. M. D..8. PARKER,
ja 31—Tu3w U. 8. Marshal.
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
I That on th* 28th day of Jauuiry, 1871, a war
rant iv bankruptcy was issued against the estate of
John Carpenter, of Priuce Edward county, and Slate
of Virginia, who haa been adjudged a bankrupt on
his own petition : —That the payment of any debt*,
aud tke delivery of any property belonging to aaid
baukrupt, to him er for bis use, and the transfer of
auy property by him, are forbidden bylaw:—That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prov*
their debts, and choose one or more assignees of hi.
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Richmond, Va., beforo VV. W. Forbea, Esq ,
Register, on th» 2i'lh day of February, 1871, at 10
DAVID B.PARKER,
Ja 81—Tu2w U. S. Marshal.
ra-SBIS IS TO GIVE MOTIOS : That on the 7th day
I of January, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy
wa* issued agaiust the estate of B. P. Wright, of
Amelia county, and Stale of Virginia, who ha. been
adjudged a bankrupt *n hi. own petition : —That t •
payment of any debti, aud the delivery of any
property belonging to aaid bankrupt, to bin
or for hi. use, and the transfer of any pro
perty by him, ar* forbidden by law:—That a
meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees
ot his eatate. will b* htld at a Court of Bunkruploy,
to be holden at Richmond, Va , before W. W. Foibei,
I.q , Register on th* 20th day of Febrnary, 1871, at
, °"' COt DAVID B. PARKER,
•J. 8. Marshal.
fiWK.U IT NOTICE*.
H~.a--.a_B 4Mt _^_^__
TH TnR DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
•"-STAT*.* for the District of Virginia
In the matter of John T. Haskins, bankrupt-
In bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Oonoam: —The underalgned, Wm.
H. Allderdice, of Richmond city. Va., hereby give*
notice of bis appointment as assignee of the estate of
John T. Haskins, of Essex county, In said district,
who was, on tho 20th day ef Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged
a bankrupt upon hi. own petition by the District
Court of said district.
Dated Richmond, January 21,1*71.
Ja 81-Tn3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assign**.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, fcr the District of Virginia.
In the matter of George Franklin Hupp, Bankrupt
—in bankruptcy.
To Whom HMayConcern :—The underalgned,John
Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham eo'y, Va, here
by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of G. F. Hupp, of Shenandoah CO., in .aid dis
trict, who was, on the 24th day of November, 1870,
adjudged a bankrupt on tils own petition by the Dis
trict Court of said district.
Ja Sl— Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In tho matter of James W. Peck, Bankrupt—ln
To Whom It May Concern . —The undersigned,
I John Paul, of Harrisonburg, Rockingham county,
Virginia, hereby gives uotice of his appointment as
assignee of the estato of James W. Peck, of Augusta
county, In said district, who was, on the 28th day of
September, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own
petition by the District Court of .aid district.
Ja 31—Tu3w JOHN PAUL. Assignee
41170
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TnE UNITED
1 STATES, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Benjamin 8. Van Pelt, bnnkrnpt
—In bankruptcy.
I To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Jobu
Paul, o" Harrisonburg, Rockingham 00., Va., hereby
I gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the e*
tat* ot B. S. Van Pelt, of Rockingham county, in said
district, who was, on the 27th day of Sept., 1870,
adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition by th* Dis
trict Court of said district.
J*3l-Tu3w JOHN PAUL, Aasignee.
I DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
, tor the District of Virginia,
i matter of Fielding H. Jeter, bankrupt
toy,
horn it May Concern:—The undersigned,
lderd : ce, of Richmond city, Virginia, here
dice of his appointment as assignee of the
ieldng U. Jeter, of Bedford co'ty, in said
io was, on tho 16th day of Deo'ber, 1870, ad
vnkrupt on hia owu petition by the Dls
of said district,
ichmond, January 21, 1871.
Iw WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
8, for the District of Virginia,
matter of William U. Preas, bankrupt—in
y.
IM IT MAY CONCERN—
iraigned, Wm. U. Allderdice, of Richmond
iuia, hereby gives notice of his appoint
saignee of the catate of Wm. li. Preas, of
ounty, in said district, who was, on tho j
f December, 1870, adjudged a bankrupt on
liitioiby the District Court of said DM
chmond, January 21, 1871.
3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, A.slgn'e.
DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED
iS, for the District of Virginia,
matter of William P. Ballard, Bankrnr*—
ptcy.
in it May Concern :—The nndersigned, W in.
lice, of Richmond city, Va, hereby give.
lis appointment as assignee of the estate of
tltard, of Henrico county, in .aid district,
in the 7th day of Dec'ber, 1870, adjudged a
ou bis owu petition by the Dißtrict Coart
itrict.
ichmond, January 21, 1871.
,3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee.
101—Involuntary .
!S TO GIVE NOTICE :
l warrant in bankruptcy haa beon iasned by
ourt against the oatate of L. Harvey A Co.,
> county, and State of Virginia, in (aid dit
havo beon duly adjudged bankrupt, upon
if their creditor., aud the payment of any
1 the delivery of any property belonging to
rupts, to them or to their use, and the tram
property by thorn, 1b forbidden by law. A
if the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove
a, aud choose one ©r more assignee, of their
11 be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to b*
Richmond, before W. W. Forhei, Esquire,
on the 20th day of February, A. D., IS7I,
ock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
r n »w IT. 8. Marshal.
S TO GIVE NOTICE:
ton the 21th day of January 1871, a war
inkruptcy was issued against the estato ot
1. Gibbons, of Wise county, aud State
ia, who hus been adjudged a Bankrupt upon
petition : — That the payment of any
id tho delivery of any property belong
ill Baukrupt, to him or for his uae, and
iter of any property by him are forbld
w :—That a meeting of tho creditors of the
trupt, to prove their debts, and choose one
issignnea of hia ostate, will be held at a
bankruptcy, lo bo holden at Ablogdon
ire H. C. Gibbous, Esq., Register, on the
of February, IS7I, at 1 o'clock P. M.
IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
That on tho 28th day of January, 1871, a
in bankruptcy nits issuod against the os-
P. CI 1 man, of Henrico county, State of
has been adjudged a bankrupton his own pa-
That the paymeut of auy debts, aud thedeli
ny property belonging to Baid Bankrupt, to
ir bis use, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law :—That a meeting of th*
creditor* of the suid bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and choo3o one or uior* assignees of his estate, will
be held ot a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at
Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register,
on tho 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. Jl.
DAVID B. PARKER,
ja 81—TuSw U. 8. Marshal.
«ua
• IS TO OIVB NOTICE:—
J That on the 7th day of January, 1871, a
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued againat the es
tate of R. 11. Avereti, of Mecklenburg county
and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt upon hia own petition-.—That the
paymeat of any debts, and tho delivery of
any property belonging to aaid bankrupt, to him
or for hia use, and tho transfer of any property
by him arc forbidden by law : That a mectin;: of the
cvodltora of the Baid bankrupt, to prove their debts
j and choose ono or more assignees of his estate, wil
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden a
Richmond, Va., beforo W. W. Forbes, Esq , Begister
on tho 20th day of February. 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M
DAVID B. PABKBR.
J a 31—Tu2w 0\ 8. Marshal.
4150
r|"<HIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE:
J. That on tke 23th day of January, 1671, a war
rant in bankruptcy was issued against tho eatate o
Maria Gibson, of Culpeper county, and State o
Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupton lie
own petition :—That tho payment of any debta, aud
th* deliveiy of any property belonging to said bank
rupt, to hint or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by him are forbidden by iaw:—That a
meeting of the creditors of snid taukrupt, to piovo
their debts, and choose one or more assignees of hi.
citato, will ba held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo
holden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes, Esq., |
Register, on tho 20th day of February, 1871, at 10
o'clock A. M.
DAVID B.PARKER,
Ja Sl-Tu2w 0. B. Marshal.
r« MIIB is TO OIVB NOTICE:
X That on the 28th day of January, 1871, a wai
rant in bankruptcy was issued againat the estate 11
A. L. Lowe, of Henrico county, and State ol
Va, who has been adjudged a baukrupt on his own
petition: That tho payment of any debts, and tho deli- |
vory of any property belonging to Baid bankrupt, to |
him or for hia uao, and the transfer of any projierty |
by him are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the
creditors of the said baukrupt, to provo his debt*,
and choose one or mor* assignees of his estate, will
be held at a court of bankruptcy, to be holdon at |
Richmond, Va., befor* W. W. Forbes, Esq., Begin
ter, on the 20th day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock
A M "
'' DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 41—TuJw U.S. Marshal.
r_ 1113 IS TO GIVE NOTICE :
That on tho 28th day of January 1871, a
warrant in bankruptcy was issued against th* i
esta'a of Otho Satton, of l uckingham ounuty, and
State of Virginia, who boa been aftjudged a bank- |
rupt on hie own petition: —That the paym.nt
of any debts, and the delivery of any property be
longing to said bankrupt, to him or for hi 3 use and
the transfer of any property hy him, are forbiddeu
by law :—That a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose one or
more asaigneea of hia estate, will be held at v Court
of Bankruptcy, to bo holdeu at Richmond, Va., be
fore W. W. Forbes, Esq., Register, on the 20th day
of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DAVID B. PARKER,
Ja 31—Tn2w V. B. Marshal.
amiS TS TO GIVE NOTICE:
That in the 28th day ot January, 1871, a war
rant in bankruptcy was issued against the eatate
of W. J. Price, of AllegL-any county, and State
of Virginia, who haa been adjudged a bankrupt on
hia own petition :—That tho payment of any debts,
and th* delivery of auy property belonging to said
bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of
auy property by htm are forbidden by law : —That a
meeting of the creditors of Bald bankrupt, to prove
their debts, und choose ono or more assignees of his
•state, will be held at a court of bankruptcy to be
holden at Richmond, Vn., before W. W Forbe«, Esq.,
Register, on th*2otUdayof February, 1871, at 10
o'clock A M
* >° OUSTING
' ''»* MAIN »^ S
Betueen Ninth und Tenth 9tre«ls, RICHMOND, VA.
The Proprietor ret*r»s acknowledgments for tke very liberal patronage ko lias
roooivoi daring tie post two years, and informs all who
are in need of any description of
PRINTING,
SIiILt'ES aud the Printer, that his eatabliahraent still sustains tho
SUPERIOR WORK,
At prices as reasonable as it can be produced by any office in the country.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLY GOING ON,
of all orders for work in the line.
$®=»INVARIABLE PROMPTITUDE-^®"
Is an established rait, a*d will uot be deviated from in any case. Patrons will
not fail to appreciate tfio advantages of this important feature.
■U*B*B*B*aV*fl *B*B*B*B*B*B*aß.
(Careful and competent attention is given to
FINI PRINTING,
'■Ui™ t# ex»el, a«d will be ple_sodt» exhibit our HANDSOME
gPHCIMMNS as evidenco ol w ssert
APPROTID MACHINERY,
STYLISH MATERIALS
Enable vi to compete successfully with the best appointed establishments in
the eonntry, and no effort will be spared to make it the interest, as well
as the pleasure ef the public to leave their orders at tho
STATE JOURNAL
STEAM JOB PRIKTINi ESTABLISHMENT,
N». 912. MAIN STREET.
tages in
And SUPERIOR SKILL,
will leave as follows:
SJOa. m —Halt doMy (except Sundays) for the W.st
and North to Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
12 40 p. m— Fast Lira daily (except Saudays) for the
West and North to Williamsport.
7:40 p. a*.—Daily (excapt Sundays) for the Wa-t.
10:20 p. m— Dally for th* vl'eet. North to Buffalo,
Rochester. Niagara Falls and th* Canada..
Trains for Wefte-m Maryland Rtuvl at 8:30 a. m. an 4
3:30 p. m.
Trains for Gettysburg at 8:30 a. m. and 12:40 p. m.
itanover at 8:30 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p. in.
iinborland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. and
CCOMMODATION TRAINS,
ily (except Sundays)—3:3o p m,
daily (except Sundays) -5:30 p m.
lINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.
.at and North—2:3o and 9:15 a m, 12:30,
0:15 p m.
nioilat'ou—lo:ls a in.
jonimodation—B:2o a m.
s to all points North and Wost, apply at
Inn aad at No 0 North Calvert .treat.
KB. S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Ageat.
ALFRED R. FISKE,
General Superintendent.
CLPITIA., WILMINGTON AND BALTI
MORB RAILROAD.
Ing MONDAY, November, 21,1870. Pai
ns will leave Proaitlcut Htieet Depot n*
Train for Philadelphia and Way Station.
Jrain for Philadelphia and New York at
'tain for Philadelphia and N.w York at
dation Train for Port Deposit inter- ]
tiona at 5 p. in.
fraiu for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. m.
Train for New York at 10:40 p. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS,
d.lphia at 7:26 p. ni. For Now York at
CONNECTIONS.
Train connects at New Castle Junction
'or all Station* on Delaware Railroad, and
le for all Stations on Philadelphia and
lentral Rallruad.
. Train at Perryville for Port Doposlt.
Train at Perryville for all Stations on
[a and Baltimore Central Railroad and at
a for Station, on Delaware Railroad 1 <■-
nlugton and Harrington.
Tickets may be procured either at Presi-
Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Balll
;.
leats in the reclining back car and berth*
tins In Bleeping cars procured at Balti
t office during the day. Ou application at
ore street the Union Transfer Company
r aud check baggage at privates residences,
ng th* confusion attending the Bsrae at
WM. CRAWFORD,
Goncrat Agent.
IELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI
MORE RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE.
cinq Monday, November 21, 1870, train.
Depot, corner Broad street aad Washiog
-, as follows:
,11 Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepUd), 1
lore, stopoing at all regular stations,
ing at Wilmingtopwith Delaware Railroad
leyton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and
aud Delaware Railroad, at Harrington with
md Broakwator Railroad, at ScHford with
r and Delaware Railroad, at Delniar with
hore Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi
d Pocomoke Railroad,
i Train at 11:45 a m. (Sundays excepted),
lore and. Washington, ati-ppiug at Wilmlng
,-rille and Havre de Grace. Connect, at
on with train for New Castle,
i Train at 4:09 p. m. (Sundays excepted), fcf
i and Washington, stopping at Chester,
Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport,
Newark, Elkton, North-East, Charlestown,
:, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's,
I, Magnolia, Chase's and Stoinmor's Run.
Sxpross at 11:30 p. m. (dally), for Baltimore
lngtou, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Lin
aymont, Wilmington, Newark, E'-kton,
st, Perryville, Havro de Grace, I'oriynian's
lOlia.
;*r» for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
11:45 a. m. train.
WILMINGTON TRAINS, i
.topping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Wilmiogton: :
Leave Philadelphia at. 11 a. in., 2:30, 5 and 7 p. m.
The sp. m. train connects with Delaware Railroad
for Harrington and intermediate stations.
Loave Wilmington at 6:45 aud 8:10 a. m., 2. 4 and
7:15 p. m. The 8:10 a. m. tiain will not stop between
Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:16 p.m. train from Wilmington rnnsdailv.
All other Accommodation Trains Sundays excepted.
Trains leaviug Wilmington at 6:45 aud 4 p. m., will
connect at Lamokin Junction wilh tho 7 a in. end
4:30 p. m. trains for Baltimoro Central Railroad.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimoro at 7:25 a. m., Way-mail. 0:35 a.
m., Express. 2:35 p. m., Express. 7:26 p. m, Ex
press.
SUNDAY TRAINS PROM BALTIMORE
Loave Baltimore at 7:25 p. m., stopping at Magno
lia, Perrvmnn'., Aberdeen. Havre de Grace, Porry
vllle, Charlestown, North-Fast, Elkton, Newark,
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwocd
and Cboßter.
Through tickets to all points west, couth, south
west, may bo procured at Ticket Office, 828 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, where also ttate
roorns and berths in sleeping cars can be eecured
during the day. Poraonß purchasing ticket, it ILis
office can havo bag .-age checked at their reaidence by
VIIMJINIA.
Post Orrice D.fabtment,)
Washington, January 5,1871. J
PROPOSALS will be received at tha Contract Office
of this Department antil 8 o'clock p. m. of M.U'.OH
1,1871, (to be decided by the SOth), for carrying tho
mails of the United State, from July Ist, 1871, to
Jaue3oth,lßis, on the following route in tbe Bute
of Virginia, and by the schedule of departures and
arrival, herein specified, vie :
No. 4700—From fllck.f rd, by l'len.ant Shade. Law
reucevilio. Charlie Hop*, White Plain.,
Gholsonville, Powelltou, Pleasant Oaki
and Ryland's Depot, to Hick.ford, eirual
to 33 miles and back, twice a week.
! .oiive Hicksford Wednesday and Saturday
at 9 a. in ;
Arrive ut Hickafo: a Thursday and Monday
by S p. m.
For forms of proposal, guarantee, and certificate,
and also for instructions a. lo coirditiouß to be em
braced in the contract, Ac, Bee advertisement of Sep
tember SOth, IS7O, inviting proposal, for mail service
In Virginia, to be found at the principal post-office*.
Bid. .houtd bo sent in floated envelopes, .upi r
.cribed, "Mail proposals, Mate of Virginia," and ad
dreued to the Second Assistant Pc.tma.ter General.
JNO. A. J. CRKSWEI.L,
Ja3—Mflw Po.tmaeter General.
j Jjt q WATCH ! *3 WATCH!
THE GBEAT EUROPEAN
Rvreka 'Aluminum Cloltl Walclt Co.
Havo appointed
L. V. pEIORKST 4 CO., JtWEUtts,
40 and 4.8 Bhoabwat, New Yobk,
SOLE AGENTS POR THE U. S.
A-d have authorized them to bell their great EU
RKKA ALUMINUM GOLD WATOIiES for THRU
DOLLARS, and to warrant each and every ono to
keep correct time for one jear. Thia Watch we
guarantee to be the best and cheapest time-keeper
that is now iv use in auy part ot the globe. The
works aro in double caeee, Ladies' and Gent's site,
and are beautifully chased. The cases are made of
the metal now bo widely known in Europe as Alumi
num Gold. It has the exact color of Gold, which It
always rotain.; it will stand the test of the strong
eat acids; no one can tell It from Gold only by
weight, tho Aluminum Gold belut 1-10 lighter. The
work, are made by machinery, earno as the well
known American Watch. Tbe Aluminum isa cheap
metal hence we can afford to Bell the Welch for 13
and make a small profit. We pack the Watch .aft-ly
In a .mall box and send it by mail to any part of tbe
U. 8. on receipt of $3.60; fifty cents for packing and
Hostage. Address all orders to
L. V. DEFOREST A CO.
d. SO—3m 40 and *v Broad ray, N. T.
A GENTS WANTED
Iv all parts of the United Elates, to sell
h. V. DEFOREST 4 OO.'S
At-UMIMtIM GOLD JEWKLHI 1
Agent, are making $ax» to $:100 per week .oiling
the Aluminum Jewelry. The be.t imitation of gold
evor introduced. It has the exact color, which it
alway. rotaiuß, and stands tho test of the Btronjreat
at-ida. No ono can tell it from gold only by weight—
the Aluminum Gold being about 1-10 lighter, i.. V.
DFFORIST A CO. are .oiling their goods for 1-10
tbe lirice gold jewelry i. sold for, and on most liberal
terms to agents—l 4 cash, balance in 30, 60 and 80
dars We send persons wishing to act as agent*, a
full aud complete asßortmeut of good., consisting of
Seal. Hracelolß, Lockets, Ladles' and Gent's Chulnn,
Fin. Hingß, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac, for $100— $-ib
to be' paid when the good* are received, tho other $75
in 30 60 and 00 day.. I'artios wishing to order good.
and act us agents will address,
au 1 aoi a » B L y ________ _. co
_ # 30—3 m 40 and 42 Broadway, N. Y.
f N TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
•■'STATES for the Dißtrict of Virginia.
In the matter of John D Richardson, bankrupt— ■
*" To Whom it May Concera :—The undersigned,
John M Rouldin, of Charlotte C 11, Virginia, hereby
■-ive. notice of hia appointment as assignee of the es
tate of John D Richardson, of KeysviUe, iv the
county of Charlotte, In aaid distriot, who was, on tho
lOl'b day of December, 1870, ad|n.lged n bankrupt on
the petition of Ulneelf by the District Court of *ild
Uattd'at Cbarlotle C H, Va, th. MS* unv of Jann
nt y jß7i. JOHN MBOUI.DIN, :
- — Asi'guoe ol John D Kicbatdson
xIAIIaItOADB AMU tt'l'VAH HUATI
TJ ICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.—
IV CIIANOK OF SCHEDULE —On and aft.r JAN
VARY22, li7l,
GOING YTBST,
Train No. 1 (Through I'asaenger) leavel Richmond
dally (except Sunday*) at 4 A.M.; Laves Danville
11:12 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' *t 1:42 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leave* Rich
mond daily (except Sundays) at »:16A. M.; arrives
at Lynchburg at 5 P. M.
Train No. 5 (Through Mail and Express) Jleave
Richmond daily at 2:40 p. M.; loavo Danville daily
at 10 32 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro' at 1:05 A. M.
GOING EAST :
Train No. 0 (Through Stall and Express) leavo
Oreenhoro' daily at 2 V M ; leave Danville dally at
4:37 A. M.; arrive at Richmond daily at 12:33 P. M-
Traln No. 8 (Through Passenger) leavs* Greens
boro' daily (■ us) at 11 A. M.; leavo
Danvil c at 1:84 P. *»• ; arrive at Richmond at 8:15 P
Train No. 9 (Ljmh'nrg Passenger) leaves 1 >nch
burg duly (except Sundays) at 8:25 A. M-; leaves
BurkovUle at 1 T. M.; arrive, at Bichmond at 4:05
Trains No«. 1 and 5 connect at Greensboro'with
Train, on North C.iolina Railroad for all point*
Train No. 3 connects at Burkcvllle with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for all point*
S ulhwoHt and South
THROUGH SLEI PTNG CARS, without change
between Richmond a,,,i charlotte, N. C,are attached
to Trains No 6, and 6.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest can be procured at tho ticket ofii.e In
JJfi THOS. DODAMEAD, Snpt.
Ta ICHMOND, IBEDKRICRSBUBG * POTOMAC
IV RAILROAD COMPANY, GENERAL TICKKT
AND CBBiaHT DEPARTMENT, RICHMOND,
CIIANOE OF SCHEDULE.
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC
On and after SUNDAY NEXT, S.M instant, (he
Through Mail Train WILL LEAVE Byrd Street De
pot at I»I*B P. M., instead of 11:15 A. M., and ar
0_- Traveler, will please tuko notice that the
FAST SPEED of THIS TRAIN compels the compa
ny to O.vtlT tho following stoppages:
HUNGARY, KILBY'S, TAYLOIiSVII.LE, CHES
TI-.RFIELD AND PISNOLA STATIONS.
On Mondays, Wednesday:! and Fridays, this Train
connects nt Ae-qnia Creek witli Steamer Georgeanna
RETURNING, the Train will arrive In Richmond,
making stoppages at usual Stations, at 2:20 P. M.
The Nlglit Through Mail Train will loavo Bjrd
Street Depot at 8:15 P. M. inatead of 8:30 P. M., ar
riving in Richmond 3:30 A. M.
The Accomodation Traiu between Richmond and
Miltord. Icavea Broad Street Depot daily (Sundays
excepted), at 3:39 p. M. and arrives in Kichmoud at
J. B. GENTRY,
ja 21-tf General Ticket and Freight Agent. __
Riciijiosb Ann York River BuuoAS, |
SOKRIBTESDSrIT'a OTFICB, \
UicuMoae, Va„ Dec. 19,1570.J
I _N AND AFfIER MONDAY, Dccombcr 19, 1870,
\J tho TRAINS on this road will be run rs follows:
PASSENGER TRAIN—GOING EAST—Leaves
Richmond caily (Sunday excepted) at 1:15 P. M., ar
rive at West Point at 310 P. M.
GolM! WEST—Leave West Point d:lly (Sunday
excepted) at 9:00 A.M., arrive at Richmond at 10:55
• Train, connect at West Point on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday with STEAMERS for tiver land
lags and Bultin oro.
FREIGHT TRAItf, with Passenger Car attached,
leave Richmond on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 4' o'clock A. M., arrive at West Peint at 7:40
A.M.
Leave Weat Puint at IV. U.; arrive in Bichmond
at 5:15 P. M.
THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and all points
North aud West roceivod daily, and forwarded
promptly to destination. Through Bills of Latling
given to all points North and West.
11. T. DOUOLAS,
de 22— tf Bupoifntendont.
y-tHaUAPBAEI AND OHIO BAILBOAD.
On and after MONDAY, Decembei 6th, IS7O, the
PASSENGER TtUINS will run as follows:
MAIL TRAIN will run DAILY between Richmoud
and Staunton (except Sunday, between Gordonsviila
an 1 Stannton). Leavo Richmond at 8 A. M., and ar
rive at Staunton at 4:28 P. M. Leave Staunton at
8:59 A. M., and arrive at Richmond at 4:50 P. M.,
making close connections at Gordotieville and Char
lottesville with Orange, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York, lleston, Ac; also
for Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis,
New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, &o. This train
will run TRI-TrEEKLY between Staunton and
White Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY, viz: Leave Wnito Sulphur at 3 30 A. M,
and arrive at Staunton at 8:39 A. M.; leave Staunton
at 4:33 P. M.,uuustiiveat White Sulphur ut 10 P.;M.
Going West, pataongera tliue at Gordonsville and
.npatCovti rtoi Going East,breakfast at Stanuton
aud iUdo at Gnniomr. illo.
This train connects with stages as follows:
At St'iilliton K-r Leiinglon, Natural Bridge and
uimig. •
KMlllboro' for Bath Alum Spring*, 10 miles; and
l Springs, i.iniiles.
White Snlphjr Springs for Lewisburg, S) miles;
and Charleston, PO miloi.
THROUGH Issued to all poin.'s North,
West, and Konlhivtßt.
FAMM F. NETHEKLAND,
bo 30 Ooneral Ticket Agent..
TtlOR NEW. YORK.-OLD DOMIM-
J? ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel Steam
ships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLEy
SARATOGA, UATTRBAB, and NIAGARA leave
Now York (or Norfolk, City Point and Bichmond
IIAY,I lAY, THURSDAY and SATUBDAY, at
imcnd every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and
are entirely nsw, anil were hr-.Ut *x
splendid saloons and state-room.,
datiaa* and attontion are unßUvpaseed.
peilby thiß line are landed rcguiatl) ■
iwnpany'a covered pier, EPJ North
B FEOTBD WIIKN OBDEJ CD, AT A
KB U*' ONE PKK CIONT. A'i
SiCm OF THIS COMPANY.
r nemta beyond New Yorh forward* I
h, and no charge made, oxoept actual
irrcd.
■th-.r Information apply to
No. 3. governor St.
"pAESENOISR ROUTE BETWEEN
OND AND TUB SOUTH, SOUTH
NO tIiWBST, VIA THE VIRGINIA
KSSU AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
r Route ia cumposed of
,1 Dauvilß railroad, Virginia and Tean**
atec Railway Lino, Eaat Tennesseo and
Irowl, East Tencei;se6 and Georgia rail
lie .iini Chattanooga railroad, Memphis
on milroad and other connections.
trains leave llichunlr.il daily (Sundays
y.15 A. M., makiug close connections
to LjQ'-hburg and atationa onSonthsido
stol «po stations on tho Virginia and
.ti11,:,;. Kiiox*ille, Decatur, Corinth,
lon, oemphli, N* _ Orleans, Chattanotf
lackson, Vickabnrg, Mobile, Duitnn, At
, Selma, Macon, Columbus aud all points
outhvast, Nashville, Columbua, Chioogo,
rth and Northwest,
ickets good until used.
legantsleeping cars on all night trains.
tg houses, and ample time for meole.
: than by any other route.
■r iul.-i-iui.tion, *t>juj at tho office of tb«
I Tonnease* Air-Line Railvay, 1326 Main
the i-.-i - luond and Danville
INDEIA, LOUDOUrF AN 1
AMl'SHlltfi BAILEOAD.
« ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING
NS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) Bl£
I ALEXANDRIA AND HAMIXTOS.
ixandria at BA. M. and 6P. M. Leave
5 A. M.and 11:30 A. M. I eava Leetbnrg
.andlilsP.M.
irom Alexanarin and 11:30 A. M.
Hamilton connect with Kemp's Dally
«hea for Purcillvilfe, Suickersville, Bor-
Winchester; also, with Reamer's Line of
ioh leaves Leesbnrg dally tor Ball. Mill,
liddlebnrg. On and after Jane, twenty
stages will run daily to Capon Springs.
All trains arrive at Alrxand ria at convenient hoari
for conneUlour witb Wasliingto nd Baltimore thi
tamo day.
tARB.
aroin Alexaudiln to
leeabnrg »2 uO Wtache*!* $s
Clark's Gap % 26 Bali's SUII 2 2i
H-tmilton S 2f. Aldie a 75
Purcollvllle 276 Mlddleburg 3 2b
Berryvillo 3 60
Goods per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
Bteamors, Railroad or Express, to care B. It. Haven
ncr, Genera) Agent at Alexandria, will be lm warded
over the road froe of charge for commission.
Commutation tickets betweon Alexandria a»d
Hamilton, and all intermediate stations, at low rate,
Hound trip tickets, good only for day of isane, bo
tweon Alexandria and Hamilton, and betwoen thoae
and Inr.erjruidiate points, at reduced rates.
ja 2 ly General S«r»rinteniect.
UKSTAUK.AJKTH
f/i'.TEI.LK, NO. 1204.—The season for Spring diet
MA has fulrly sol in. and all the fresh luxuries which
come with it aro at ZRTELLK'B. Willi
LAMB VEAL, SPRING CHICKENS, PEAS
ASPRARAGUP, TOMATOES,
a i STRAWBERRIES, with the other regular
dishes, and the excellent rooking, it shall go hard tf
the moat fastidious gp.oM is not heartily sMisnt-t
PUBB LIQUORS, MINERAL WATr-RH,
e-Tdthe excellent beverages prepared by the fikliful
sipor, wind np an enturntiuumot, the style of
which I. Inferior to none in this n.uutry. my 3--t*

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