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WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, FEB. 22,1871.
Tbe better bred will push abetd
And strike the braver blow;
For lack is work,
And those who shirk
Should not lament their doom,
liut yield the play,
And clear the way,
That better men have room.
It never pays to wreck the health
In drudging after gain,
And he is sold who thinks that gold
Is cheapest bought with pais.
An bumble lot,
A cosy cot,
Hare tempted even kings,
For station high,
That wealth will buy,
Not oft contentment brings.
It never nays I a blunt refrain
Well worthy of a song,
For age and youth must learn this troth,
That nothing pays that's wrong.
The good and pure
Alone are sure
To bring prolonged success,
While what is right
In Ueaven's sight
Is always sure to bless.
i
A Student's Joke.—Kbenezer Sweat,
of Brunswick, is a provision dealer. He
has been a ''meat man" iv Brunswick for
the last half century, and has probably
furnished Bowdoin students tougher meat
and harder swearing than they ever ex
perienced in after life. Ebent-cr is con
siderable of a wag. but a story is told in
Brunswick, which shows that at least on
ono occasion he was outwitted.
A student called into tho market ono
morning, and seeing a large tub full of
eggs on the floor, eyed it very wisely for
some moments, and thus accosted Sweat :
"I will wager twenty-five cents that I
can jump into that tub and not break an
"You can't do it," said Sweat.
"I'll stake twenty-fivo cents I cau," re
sponded the studeut.
" Well, here's twenty-five," continued
Sweat, "put up your money."
The money was accordingly solemnly
put into the hands of a third party, and
the student prepared for the difficult en
counter. In a moment he mado a leap,
and the next momeut befell crash into the
tub of eggs and rested bis feet on the bot
tom —breaking nearly all the cggß in tbe
tub.
"There," exclaimed Sweat, iv a fury of
delight, "you've lost ; I knew you couldn't
do it," not thinking in his delight at win
ning of anything but that.
" Well," replied the student, as lie coolly
turned and went out of the market,
"there's your twenty-five cents."
It was a long time before JObenezer re
covered from tho effects of that joke.
s% li *m n m.
We have a little revelation from Spriog
field, Mass. A lady, young, attractive,
und just married, left her house in tbst
city aud went into the country, accoro
panicsl by her husband. Soon after her
debut as Mrs. II , she attended a sew
ing society. After the usual subjects of
conversation had received attentiou, the
lunar eclipse was alluded to. "Mrs. II ,
did you sit up to see it, oh ?" "No, I did
not," was the reply ; "Mr. II sat up.
In Springfield, where I came from, they
TUX I.M.IM.ATIIIK OF VIRGINIA
Miisitr of 1870-71.
Abner Anderson—Pittsylvania.
William A Anderson—Rockbridge, Bath and
Alleghany.
W. P. Austin—Lunenburg and Brunswick
Robert S Beazley—Albemarle and Greene.
Charles Campbell—Richmond City and Hen
rico.
David G Carr—Greensville, Dinwiddle and
Sussex.
Alfred R Courtney—Richmond City and
Henrico..
Alexander M Davis—Grayson, Carroll and
Wythe.
Thomas P Fitzpatrick—Nelson and Amherst
James M French—Pulaski, Bland, Tazowell
and Russell.
Roscoe G Greene—City of Petersburg.
James S Greever—Washington and Smy the.
Daniel A Grimsley—Orange, Culpeper and
Madison.
John T Hamlett—Charlotte and Prince Ed
ward.
Marcus A Hania—Halifax.
Charles Herndon—Stallbrd, Spotsylvania
and Louisa.
Abel T Johnson-Accomac and Northamp
ton.
George H Kendrick—Lee, Scott, Wise and
Buchanan.
Thomas N Latbam—Fauquier, Rappahan
nock and P. inue William.
Albert P Lathrop—Mecklenburg.
Meriwether Lewis—King George, West
moreland, Richmond, Northumberland and
Lancaster,
Isaiah L Lyons—Surry, York, Warwick and
Elizabeth City.
William T Martin—Chesterfield and Prince
George.
Edmund W Massey— Caroline, Essex and
King William.
William P Moseley—Fluvanna, Goochland
and Powhatan.
Frank Moss—Buckingham and Appomattox.
Robert L Owen—Campbell.
James Patterson—Franklin and Henry.
Edmund Pendleton-Botetourt, Roanoke,
Craig and Giles.
William X Perrin—Gloucester, Middlesex, j
Matthews and King and Queen.
John I Perm—Montgomery, Floyd and Pat- I
rick.
Washington L Ritldick—Nansemond, South
ampton and Isle of Wight.
Juhn Robinson—Cumberland, Amelia and
Nottoway.
John h Roller—Page, Warren and Kockiog-
J Ambler Smith—Hanover, New Kent, |
Charles City and James City.
Normand Smith—Richmond City and Hen-
William B Smith—Frederick, Clarke and
Shenandoah.
Edgar Snowden, Jr—Alexandria, Fairfax
and Loudoun.
Thomas E Taylor—Alexandria, Fairfax and
Loudoun.
Walter H Taylor—Norfolk City and Prin
cess Anne county.
George Teamoh—Norfolk County and City
of Portsmouth.
William R Terry—Bedford. '
Joseph A Waddell-Highland and Augusta, j
Member* of the Rout of Delegate*
and their I'oatortlce*,
Z Turner, Speaker—Woodville.
J Bell Bigger, Clerk—Richmond.
C T Critlmden, Culuepor.
Accomac— Edsnsind It Bagwoil, Ouancuck ; John
R Read, Pungoteaguo
Albemarle—S V Southall, Charlottesville J C
Hill, Scottsville ; James D Jones, Charlottesvil'le.
Alexaudria--G L Seaton, Alexandria; Reuben
Johnston, do.
Amelia—'ohu R Mo*s, Amelia C H.
A-sherst -lluziel Williams, Salt Creek- J n
Maseie, Amherst 0 H.
Appomattox—R B Poore, Appomattox .0 11.
Alleghany and Craig— II L Woodson, New Castle
Augusta—U M 8011, Staunton; A B Cochran, doi
Marshall Haoger, do.
Bath _~a Highland—J X p.,ph*rn, Warm Springs,
Bedford—B II MouKon, Davis Mills; JKThurmau.
Ll'wrty ; j. o. Heusley, do.
Bland—Addison Dav.s, Mechanlcslnra,
Hotel, .in i—r„i j Breokinrtdge, Fincastlo.
Bniniwick—Join, Dogger, Charliehora.
Buckingham- J H Noble, Buckingham 0 II • I
O—ear Perkins, do.
Bachsnan and Wise—J T Chose, Pound Gap.
Campbell—R A Murrell, Campbell C ll* J W
Veusel. Lynchburg ; XC Hurkholder, do.
Carroll— t \\ l.in.lsey. Hlllsvllle,
o<rallue-R O Pea Irons, Panola; J H Hu,|_in
Bowling Green. '
Charles City—R G W Jones. Wilcox Wbs.rf
Charlotte—G W Grahsisu, Key.vi In; wl( _*_•
dale, T.I" f. k
Chester-eld ami Powhatan—S f Msuldox, Chester
B r C.>w_nk, Manchester ; lleury Cox, Powhatan
Himberland— .lames Lipscomb, Farmvillr.
dpepcr-J R Strother, Culpeper C 11.
«rke—W W Arnett, Berryvllle.
Dinwiddie—Ellis Wilson, Dinwiddle C 11.
Blleabeth t'ilv nnd Warwick—William B.
Hampton ; I) B White, do.
Knsex—W B Wcntwosih, Tappahanuoek.
Fauquier—A Glasscock, Rector Station; F L Mai -
all, Piedmont Stall..l.
Fairfax—Job Ilawxlmrst, Fairfax C H.
Floyd—Qeorge Young, Flo»d 0 11.
Franklin-B N Batcher, Hales Ford ; Francl* 8
Hutcherßon, R. cky Mount.
I'luviinna—Juhn Hen-on,Fork Union.
Frederick—John F Wall, Winchester.
j Giles—F W Ma1i.....1, Pearisl.sirg.
Goochland—J II Miller, dr. Dover Mine*.
Greonesvilie—P X Jones, lllltlls.il
Greene—Thus M Shoarnsan. Slanar.lsvllle.
Gloucester—.l N Siubbs, Gloucester C n.
Qrayaou— I. U Bryant—lndependence.
! Halifax—Alexander Owen. Black Walnut; I Ed
mundson, Halifax 0 H ; W W Wood, do.
j Hanover—W R Wiun, Ashland; C X Thompson
Bearer Dam.
Ilenricj and Cilv of Richmond—A Bedekor, Rlch
moud city ; John H Guy, do ; L H Frayser, do ; Wm
Lovenstein, do; Geo X Gilmer, do; Strphon Maeon,
'I .: .IS Atlee, Henrico; J B Crenshaw, do.
Henry—C V Thomas, Martinsville.
Isle of Wight—John W Lawsnn, Smithfleld.
James City and City of Williamsburg—F 8 Norton,
Williamsburg.
King and Qsiecn—J W Bnlinan, Little Plymouth.
King William—B F Jenes, Ayletts.
King Geo-ge—W A Potts, King;(lcorge C 11.
Lam-aster—Johu S Chowniug, Lancaster C H.
Lee—Wm McDonald, Beech Spring.
Louisa—F M Perkins, Trevillian's Depot; B Mc-
Crarkc-u, Louisa C 11.
Lunenburg—Stith Boiling, New Plymouth.
Loudoun—l D Bndd, Middletsilrg ; William Mat
thew, Hillsboro.
Msitthews—Henry Bell, Matthews C H.
Mailißon—J W Walker, Jr, Orange C 11.
Mecklenburg—George W Tonug, Clarkcsville;
Ross Hamilton, Boydton.
Middlesex—l. C Bristow, Saluda.
Montgomery—R A Miller, Christiansbnrg.
Nansemom—David 'lhayer, Slilfolk.
New Kent—W II Ilrisby. liinsfaH's Station.
Norfolk City—H M Bowden, Norfolk city; A 8
Begar, do.
Norfolk County ansl City of Portsmouth—l B
Holluman, Portsmouth; A L Woodworth, do ; OB
Hodges, Lako Drummond.
Nelson—W L Williams, Afton Depot.'
Nottoway—George H Bonthall, Nottoway C 11.
Northampton—J C Toy, lohusontown.
Noithuaiberland—B G Haynie, Ueathsville.
Orange—David Pannill, Raccoon Ford.
Pa.rick—W F B Taylor, Blamsvllle.
Page—Henry M Keyser, Alma.
Pittaylvania—M II Clark, Danville ; W J l'nlton,
Whitmcll; Walter Coles, Pittsylvania C H ; T II
Gosuey, Hill Grovo.
Petersburg-I'oterG Morgan, Petersburg ; George
Fayerman, do.
Prince Edward—T P Jackson, I'm mi i 11...
Prince George—A N Fretz, City Toint.
Prince William—W A Bryant, Nokesvllle.
Pulaski—W J Wall, Newbern.
Princess Anno—John Q Hodgos, Princess Anne
0 H.
Rappahannock—7,eph Turner, Woodville.
Richmond—L R Stewart, Warßaw.
Rockingham—Phslo Bradley, Harrisonburg; H B
Harnsberger, Port Republic
Rockbridge—James T ration, Fairfield; Arch'd
Graham. Lexington.
Roanoke—J A McCaull, Salem.
Russell—J II A Smith, Lebauon.
Shenandoah—.l L Campbell, Woodslock.
Smyth-Jas L Buchanan, Chatham Hill.
Southampton—R U Burges;, Berlin.
Scott—J H Horton, Pattonsville. .
Snrry— W II AndreWß, Surry C H.
Stafford—J C Shelton, Fredericksburg.
Sussex —W N Stevons, Stony Creek.
Ktsylvanis —j H Kelly, Fredericksburg,
swell—Henry L'owden, Knob.
.hington—Goorgo Graham, Abingdon; John F
Br stol.
Warren—Smith S. Turner, Front Royal.
Westmoreland—George Walker, Oldham's Cress-
Roads. j
Wythe—Jos J Graham, Max Meadows.
York—Robert Norton, Yorktjwn.
Committee* of the Senate.
Committee of Privileges and Elections—Messrs, I
Perm, Uarrli, Fitzpatrick, Lewis, Greene, French
Davis and Mess.
Courts of Justice—Messrs. Herndon, Kiddick, An
derson of Rockbridge, Courtney. French, Perm, Pen
dleton, Smith of New Kent, Hamiett, Roller and
Johnson.
General Laws—Messrs. Riddick, Griinsley, Jit*
Patrick, Patterson, Taylor of Loudsiuu.-Perrin, Ane
-1 tin, Davis aud Smith of Henrico.
Roads and Interns) Navigation—Messrs Taylor of
Norfolk, Snowden,' Terry, Roller, Owen, Courtney,
Greever, Herndon and Carr.
Finance—Messrs. Waddell, Anderson of Pittsyl
vania, Campbell, Smith ol Clarke, Latham, Johnson.
Hart is, Greene and Carr.
Banks—Messrs. Courtney, Owen, Davis, Snowden,
Bcazlcy, Keudrick, Lewis, Martin and Moaeley.
Federal Relations—Messrs. Davis.Roller, Anderson
of Pittsylvania, Grlmsley, Terry, Taylor of Norfolk,
Carr, Smith of New Keut, and Teamoh.
Public Institutions—Messrs. Peudleton, Beaßloy
Taylor of Loudour, Anderson of Rockbridge, Smith
of Clarke, Terry, Smith of Henrico, Perrln, Lathrop
Enrolled Bills—Messrs. French, Anderson of Pitts
ylvania, Snowden, Campbell, Lathrop, Perry Sini.h
of Henrico, and Humlett.
To Examine the Clerk's Office—Messrs. Courtney.
I Fitzpatrick and Taylor of Loudoun.
Immigration—Messrs. Anderson of Rockbridge,
Herndon, French, Smith of Clarke, Terry, Smith of
Henrico, Per .in, Lathrop and Martin.
Couuty, City and Town Organizations—Messrs.
-rinialar, Roller, Davis, Campbell, Lewis, Taylor of
Norfolk, Greever, Austin, Moss, FltzpatrickJlsind
Smith of Henrico.
JOINT COMMITTF.EB.
Executive Expenditures—Messrs. Harris, Smith of
Clarke, and Austin.
Library—Messrs. Johnson, Anderson of Pittsylva
nia, and Smith of New Kent.
To Examino the Auditor's Office - Messrs. Waddell
Perm and Massey.
tTo Examine the Second Auditor's Office—Messrs"
Campbell, Greever and Greene.
To Examine the Register's Office—Messrs. Tatter
! son, Keudrick and Martin.
[ To Examine the Treaeuicr'a Ofllco-Mcssrs. La
tham, Owen and Carr.
To Examine the Bonds of rublic Officers— Messrs.
j Pendleton, French aud Smith of Henrico.
On Public Printing—Messrs. Anderson of Pittsyl
vania and Smith of New Keut.
—i v ♦ »
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
—____
GRAND LODGE.
W. 11. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Lingan B. Allen,
Vice Grand Chancellor ; 11, C. O. Hartman, Q. R.
aud C S;.J. B. Vanghan, G. Banker. Representa
tives lo the Supreme Lodge— W. II Wado, D. W.
Dohanon, William J. Tyson.
SUBORDINATE LODGES.
Virgiuia Lodge, No. 2,. meet* every Monday night in
Covenant hall. W. V. Ulazdnouk, W. C.
Old Dominion Lodsre, No. 4, meets every Tuesday
night in Covenant ball. C. E. Wlu-o, W. C• 0
W. Macfarlane, R. 8.
Syracuse Lodge, No. 5, meets every Friday night in
Marshall block. J. McCarthy, W. O.i E. C. Cruuiu
R. 8.
Damon Lcdgo, No. 7, meets every Friday night, at
Mason's hall, Twouty lillh street. U. Watt Taylor,
W. C; T. Wiley Davia, R. 8.
Marshall Lodge, No. 12, meets every Thursday night,
at tfceir hall corner He. ond and Broad streets.
Charles lipps, W. 0.
Richmond Lodge, No. I°., meets every Weslnosday
night iv Covenant hall. M. P. Handy, W. 0.
Oermania Lodge, No. 15, ineetl every Tsieaday night
in Marshall block. Charles Ducker, W. 0.; Charles
E. Lohr, it. 8.
nines Lodge, No. 17, meets every Saturday night iv
Covenant hall, W. C. Carriutston, W. C; a. Powell
Hill, R. 8.
Friendship Lodge, No. 20, (Mssnchostir), meot* in
Notice is hereby given that a general meeting of the
creditors of the said J U Chandler, bankrupt, will
he held at Richmond- at the office of W. W. Forbes,
Esq, one of the Registers in Baukruptcy, in said*
district, on Thursday, the 23d day of February, 1871,
at 10 o'clk A M., for Use purpssses named iv The 2Uh
section ol the bankruptcy act. ef March Bd, 1*67.
Dated at Ruthorgleu, the 2d day of February, 1871
le 2— -t R. A. RICKS, Assignee.
BSM
I N the District Court ot the United States for the
1 District of Virginia.
In the matter of Jack McGhee, bankrupt In
bankruptcy.
To whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, L. D.
Haymond, of Bedford co'ty, Va., hereby gives notice
of his appointment as assignee of the estate of
| Jack McUhee,- of Bedford county, Virgiuia, in
said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a
bankrupt ou his own petition by the Di-trict court
ofs.iid district,
jail—B3w L. D. HAYMOND, Assignee.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNIT-B
ISTATKS for the District of Virgiuia
In the matter of Johu F. Sliilds, bankrupt-
In Bankruptcy.
At Truylorsvilie, on tho 18th d.i.v of January, 1871.
Plbase take notice, that a petition has lieeu pre
sented to the Hon. John 0, Underwood, Judge
of said District Court, iv Bankruptcy, by John P
Basksilale, asslgneo of the estate ol tiie said bank
j i si|'l, to ic-II the real estate belonging to said bank
rupt, free troni all liens aud encumbrance* th.ie-.h,
Tbis is to give notice to all persona interested, that
in terms of said petition an order has been issued
lor all persons who suuy be interested in said estate
Iv appear before John F. Coljhs, Register, at his'
. Bee, in ths town of Danville, nn the Ist day of
February, 1871, at lv o'clock A. M, and show cans,,
si any they have, llhl s-ueh oldir should not be
RJOHN P. HARKKDALK, Assignee
Ml.irsville. V*. Jan. 18, 1871. ID 2*w2w
LL HEADS, FOR TIIRHE DOLLARS AND A
half a thousand at the JOURNAL JOB ORFICK
Aflcr 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, tbe trains of
tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot,
at Thirty-first and Market street 3, which Is reached
directly l.y the Market ftieet cars, the last car con
necting with tin b train leaving Front and Market
streets, thirty minules before its departure. Ihe
Chestnut and Walnut street cars run within ono
square of the Depot.
Sleeping Car Tickets can be had on application at
the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth anil
I lets, and at the Depot,
he Union Transfer Company will call for
aggage at the Depot. Orders left at No.
street or 116 Market street, will receive
.AINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ :
press 12:11* A. M.
and Elmira Express 9540 "
1.-. I" A. M. and 1■ In and 7:10 P. M.
12:40 "
12 40 M
.ccommodation 2:60 "
oommodation 4:10 "
Train 6:1)0 "
ipress 8:00 •■
I Buifa'o Lxpres*. 9:50 "
bss 10:00 "
;cr 10:80 v
ssaves daily, running on Saturday night
ort only. On Sunday night passengers
iladelphia at 10:10 P. M.
and Pacific Express leaves dally. All
Jaily, except Suuday.
n Accommodation Train rani dally, ex-
For this train tickets must be pro
.ggago delivered by op. M., at 116 Mar
tin No. 1 leavrs Philadelphia at 8:40 A.
1 Paoli at 0:4(1 A. M. Sunslav Train No.
idelphia at 6:40 P. M.j arrives at Paall
iln No. 1 loaves Paoli at 6:50 A. M ; ar
idelphia at 8:10 A. M. Bnnslay Train
■anliat4:6oP. M ; arrives at I'hiladcl-
INS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.:
xpress. 3:10 A. M.
Express 7 ; o* •*
7:00 "
8.20 A. M., 3:_o and 6.40 P. M..
Train 9:00 A. M.
rffalo Express 9:60 "
rain 12:00 noon.
6:46 P. M.
and Elmira Expres* 6:45 "
ess 5;26 "
press 6:46 "
sr Accommodation 9:40 "
r information, apply to
JOHN Jr. VANLEER, Jr.,
Ticket Agent, 1101 Chestnut street.
FRANCIS FUNK,
Ticket Agent, 116 Market stroet.
SAMUEL 11. WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the depot,
ylvania Railroad Company will not as
sk for baggage, except for wearing ap
snit their responsfhility to one hundred
lue. All baggage exceeding that amonnt
be at the risk of the owner, unless taken
ntract. A. J. CABBAT,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
j u-LTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, 12th Juno, 1870, THREE
lIINS will be run between Baltimore and
id Paikersburg, as follows :
L TRAIN, fur all way points, rait of
vill leave Baltimore dally (except Snn
s A. M ; returning will arrive at Haltl-
P. M.
M. Traiu connects with Strasbnrg and
'g via M is..- -a- Gap Railroad.
C LINE will leave dally at 4 P.M.; ra
il arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M.
INNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimoro
6P. M; returning will arrive at Baltl-
IP. M.
JIIES'f ER AND SI'RASBURG ACOMMO
-lAIN will leavo Baltimore dnily (except
4:05 P. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40
NT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
laily (except Bundaya) at 6:00 P. M.[ ro
ll leave Mount Airy at 6:16 A. M., and
Itimoreat 8:10 A. M.
COTI"S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20
except Snndeys); returning, will arrive
■ at 3:20 P. M.
AGERSTOWN AND FREDERICK.
■ IKS a. m. and 4 and4:os p. m ; returning,
t 8:20 and 10:40 a. m. and 6:05 p. a*.
INCHESTBR AND STRASBURO.
Itimore at 800 a. in. and 4:00 p. m.; re
-1 arrive at 10:40 a. m.and 5:05 p. m.
FOR WASHINGTON,
itimore at 4:20, 6:08, 7, 8:10 and 11:30 a.
50,4:45 and 8:30 p.m.
FROM WASHINGTON.
ye at 6:45, 8:00 and 9:25 a. m. and 12:16
'), 7:46 and 9 p. m.
FOR ANNAPOLIS,
tiniore at 7 nnd 11S30 a. m. and 4:46 p.m.;
ngton at 6:45 and9:26a. m.and 4:10 p. m
TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION,
tiniore at 4:20, 6:08 and 8:10 n. m. and
p. m.
hingtou at 7:25 a. m. and 2:50, 6:40, 7:45
v be purchased at the Office, No. 149
lore street, corner of Calvert, where
■ left for baggage to be called for, and
o checked at person's residence.
sr information, Tickets of every kind,
J. T. Euglaud, Agent, Camden Station,
eet Office. JOHN L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE,
General Ticket Agent
LPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
WINTER TIME-TABLE.
ter MONDAY, December 5, 1870, the
* I'f.sludelphia susd Erie Railroad will
s:
WESTWARD.
sives Philadelphia 9 40 P.M.
Williamsport 7.25 A.M.
rivo at Erie 7.40 P. M.
leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M.
" Willlamsport 8.60 P. M.
■rive at Erio 7.40 A.M.
leaveß Philadelphia O.sso A.M.
" Williamsport 6.35 P. M.
srive at Lock Haven 7,69 p. M.
EASTWARD.
ssives Erie 9.00 A.M.
" Williamsport 1006 P. M.
.rive at Philadelphia 6 60 A. M.
leaves Arie 9.00 p. M.
" " " Williamsport 8.26 A. M.
11 " arrive at Philadelphia 5.30 P. M
Elmira Mail leaves Lock Haveo 8.00 A.M.
" " " Williamsport 9.25 A.M.
" " arrive at Philadelphia 6.80 P.M.
Buffale Kx;.i66s leaves Williamsport 12 35 A. If.
" " Milton 1.60 A.M.
" " airive at Philadelphia 940 A.M.
Exprtss, Mail and Accommodation, east and west,
cennuct at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mail
and Accommoslation east at Irviugtou with Oil Creek
and Alleghany River Railroad.
WILLIAM A. BALDWIN,
tieueral Superintendent.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and
Wyoming Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern
aud Interior New York, Elmira. Buffalo, Corry, Roch
ester, the Great Lakes and tho Dominion of c'auada.
, WINTER arrangement;.
Takes effect November 21,1870.
Fifteen Daily Trains leaves Pa.senger Depot, corn
or Berks and American streets, (Sundays excepted)
as follows:
7;0O a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
At 7:35 a. m. (Express; for Bethlehem, Alloutowii*
Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarro, Mahauoy City, Hazle
ton, Pittston, Towanda, Wavorly, aud Eliulia, and in
connection with the ERIE RAILWAY lor Buffalo
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, and all points in the Great West.
8:25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9:45 a m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Mahauoy City, Masicli Chunk, Williamsport,
Wilkesbarre, Pittston, t-cranton, liackettstown'
fSchooley's Mountain], and N. J. Central and Morris
aud Essex Railroads.
11:00 a. in. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington, i
1.15, 6:20 and 8:15 p. m for Abingt.n.
1:46 p. m. (Express) for Bethlciiem, Easton, Allen
town, Mauch Chunk, Mahauoy City, Wilkesbarro
Pittston aud Hazletou.
2:30 p. m. (Accommodatian) for Doylestewn.
At 3:20 p. 111 (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Beth
lehem, Easton, Allentjwn,Coplay aud Mauch Chunk.
4:15 p. in. (Mail) for Doylestown.
6:00 p. m. for Bethlehem, Easton, Alleutown
6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lausdale.
11:30 p.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington
The Fifth and Sixth street, Second and Third street
and Union Lines City Cars ruu to tho Depot,
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8:55,10:35 a. m.; 2:16, 6:05 and B'"6
p.m.
Doylestewn at 8:30 a. m., 4:40 and 6:35 p. in.
Lausdale at 7:30 a. m.
Fort Washington at 9:20,11.20 r i. m., an.l Ma p. in.
Abingtou at 2:35, 6:56 and 9:35 p. in.
ON SUNDAYB.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown ut 2;00 p. m.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4;(K> p. m.
Tickets sold and bageaise checked through to prin
cipal points, at Mann's North Ponussy Iviuua Baggage
Express Office, No. 105 routh Filth -t.ie.it.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
November 21. Ih7o.
KDUtSA'J'IOW.
II IOHER EIIUCATION.
HELLMUTH COt.L-GE.
board susd Tuition per annum 1228.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE,
inaugurated by 11. R. U. Prime Aitliur. Board and
Tuition pcrtiunuin, 1226.
PassintiiT—The Very Rev. I. Hellmulh, D 1.
* s ° «^8TIN6
Between Ninth and Tenth Street*, RICHMOND, VA.
reocived during the past two years, and informs all who
_? R I N" T I IST &,
And desire that it shall be executed in 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 oan be produced by any office in the country.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLYIGOING ON,
I In the way of every appliance necessary for the filling, in a natislactory manner,
•INVARIABLE PROMPTITUDE-
Is an established rule, and will not be deviated from in any case. Patrons will
not fail to appreciate the advantages of tbis important feature.
Careful nnd competent attention is given to
fine :p :r i _sr t i _sr a,
elaiin to cxoel, and will bo pleased to exhibit our HANDSOME
SPECIMENS aa evidence of what we assert.
APPROVED MACHINERY,
the country, and no effort will be spared to make it the interest, as well
- the Vleasure of the pubHl; to ,cave their orders at the
STEAM JOB MINTING ESTABLISHMENT
No. 812. MAIN STREET.
o»*_d after »isM,.l ~ l , ~„,ber 4,1670, Trains
B:S* a. m.—Mail daily (except Sundays) for the Wwt
and North to Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
12:40 p. m.—Past Linn dally (except Sundays) for the
West aad North to Williamsport.
7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West.
10:20 p. m.—Daily for the West. North to Buffalo,
Recheiter. Niagara Falls and the Canada*.
Trains for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 *. m. and
Trains for Gettysburg at 8:30 a m. and 12:40 p m.
| Trains for Hanover at 8:80 a. m., 12:40 and 3:30 p. m.
. Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. and
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
Per York daily (except Sunduys)—tf:3o pm,
Per Parkton daily (except Sundays) -6:30 p in.
TRAINB ARRIVE IN BAI.TIMORK.
From the West and North—2:".« nnd 9:l*. am, 12;80
2:46 and 6:15 p m.
York Accommodation—lo:l6 a m.
Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m.
Fer tickets to all point* North and West, apply at
Calvert Station and at No 9 North Calvert street.
ED. S. VOUNO,
General Passenger Agent.
ALFRKS R. FISKE,
General Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI-
X MORR RAILROAD.
Commencing MONDAY, Novcmbsr, 21,1«70. Pa*.
Hengor Trains will lesive President Ctieet Depot as
Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Slntions
Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at
j Kxpress Tiain for Philadelphia and NewYoik at
1 Accommodation Train for Port Deposit Inter
mediate Stations at 5 p. m.
Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:26 p. m.
Exprrssa Train for New York nt 10:40 p. m.
SDNDAV TRAINS.
For Philadelphia at 7:25 p.m. For New York at
CONNECTIONS.
7:25 a. m Train connects at New Castle Junction
with traiu for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and
at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and
Baltimore Central Railroad.
9:26 a. m. Train at Perryville for Post Deposit.
2:40 p. m. Train at Perryville for all Stations on
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad nnd at
Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Railroad be
twetsn Wilmington and Harrington.
Thiongh Tickets may he procured eithor at Presi
dent Street Pepot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Baltl
more street. .
! Secnrod seats in the reclining back car and berth*
I or stale rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti
more street ofilce during tho day. On application at
I 147 Baltimore street the Union Transfer Company
1 will call forand check baggage at privates respites.'-,
I thus avoiding the confusion attending the snino at
the depot. WM. CRAWFORD,
General Agent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BAI.TI
JT MORE RAILROAD.
TIMK TABLE.
Commencing Monday, November 21, 1870, train*
I will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washing-
I ton avenue, ub follows:
Way Mall Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays excepted),
for lisiltiiuore. stopoing at all regular stations.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
J Line, at Clayton with Bsnrrua Branch Railroad and
j Maryland nnd Delaware Railroad, at Harrington with
Junction nnd Breakwater Railroad, at Seaford with
Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar wish
Eastern Shoro Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wi-
I comico and Pocomoke Railroad.
Kxpress Train at 11:45 a m. (Sundajs excepted),
j for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilming-
I ton, Perryvlllo and Havro de Grace. Connects at
I Wilmington with train for New Castle.
Express Train nt 4:00 p. m. (Sundays excepted), for
Baltimore and Washington, flopping at Chester,
I Thnrlow, Linsrood,Claymont, Wilmington, Newport,
Stanton, Newark, Elkton, Nortli-Eost, Charlostown,
I Perryville, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
j Edge Wood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run.
Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (dally), for Baltimore
and Washington, stopping at Choster, Thnilow, Lln-
I wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
N..r.h East, Perryville, Havro do orinse, Perrynssin's
and Magnolia.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe sunt Norfolk will
take the 11:45 a. m. train.
WILMINOTON TRAINS,
stopping at all stations between Philadelphia a*d
Leave Philstdelphla at 11 a. m., 2:30, 5 and 7p. m.
The sp. m. traiu connects with Delaware Railroad
for Harrington and iufermodfato stations.
Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 n. m., 2, 4 and
7:16 p. m. The 8:10 a. in. tiain will not stop between
Chester and Philadelphia.
The 7:15 p.m. train from Wilnsington ruus da'lv.
All other Accommodation Train* Sntdays excepted.
Traiu* leaving Wilmington at 0:45 and 4 p. m., will
I connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7 a. m.and
I 4:30 p. m. trstius for Baltimore Central Railrosisl.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leavo Baltimore at 7525 a. m.. Way-mail. 9;35 a.
m.. Express. 2:35 p. us., Express. 7:25 p. m., Ex
press.
SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p. in., stopping at Magno-
I lia, Pefryman'B, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace. Perry
ville, Charlestown, North-Ksist, Elkton, Newark,
Stauton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Linwood
Through tickets to all points west, south, south
west, may be procured ut Ticket Office, 828 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, where also state
rooms and berth* In sleeping cars can bo secured
during the flay. Persons purchasing ticket* st this
office can have baggage checked at their residence by
the Unien Transfer Company.
11. F. KENNEY, Snporintundent.
j PROPOsiAIiS.
■"jQSilfKli iTA&_r_____~~ '
VIRGINIA.
Post Orrics Dks'.m.tm..:;r. 1
j Washington, January 6,1871. j
j PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract Office
of this Department until 3 o'clock p. m. of MARCH
1,1871, (to be decided by tbe 80ih), lor carrying the
mails of the United States from July Ist, 1871, to
J nne otitis, 1875,, on the following route in the State
of Virginia, and by the schedule of departures and
arrivals hereiu specified, viz.:
No. 4700—From Hicksf rd, by Pleasant Shade, Law
j rencovllle Charlie Hope, White Plains,
Gholsonville, Powellton, Pleasant Ostki
and Ryland'a Depot, to Illcksford, equal
to 33 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave IlicUsford Wednesday and Saturday
at 9 a. in.;
Arrive at llicksford Thursday and Monday
i For forms of proposal, guarantee, nnd certificate,
and also for Instructions as to conditions to b.* em
braced in tho contract, Ac, see advertisement of Sep
tember 30th, 1870, inviting proposals for mail service
In Virgiuia, to be fouud at tbe principal post-offices.
j Bids should be sent in sealed envelopes, sup. r
ecribed, "Mail proposals. State of Virginia," and ad
dressed to the Second Assistant Postmaster Goneral.
JNO. A. J. CREBWELL,
Ja 9—Mflw Postmaster General
'PO BRIDGE-BUiLDERS AND CONTRACTORS.—
J BBAL-D PROPOSALS will be received until
12 o'clock M., March 1, 1871, to BUILD a BRIDOE
ACROSS JAMES RIVER between Riclimonsl and
Manchester, Va. Bids are requested ou three kinds
of construction.
Ist. A series of arches to bo built of James river
2d. A series of arches, to bo built of mixed n.a
aonry—granite and brick.
3d. An iron superstructure, on gianite piers.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids if not sat-
For further information, apply to tho uuderi>lg_c.l.
JOHN G. CLARK.-, Civil Knginoer,
No. 31G Twelfth street,
Ja 23-Mld Richmond, Va.
! IN THE DtSTBICT OOtTBT OP THE
X United States, for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of Abrain Millor, bankrupt—in
To Whom it Msiy Oouceru: —The undersigned,
O. L. Christian, nl Richmond oity, Virginia, here- j
by gives notire.s! i . s.-pointnient as assignee of the
estate of At..'.. sil*r,of Petersburg city, in said
j district, who hai .■ ■■!. lore i.eon adjudged a bank
l runt by the Tiistsi.-s court of said diatrict.
Dated Rid.. .. ' ll.ee über 9lh, 1870.
O.L.CHRISTIAN,
de 10-f aw Assignee.
' TN 'PHL 1.. COURT OF THE UNITED
J. STATE,!' Itl ...... .of Virginia.
In the unities I' s shepherd, bankrupt-In
Tlicsiiul,..".. . . U < .1 organ,ofßerryville,Clarke
coy, Va., heiebj gives notice of his appointment
aaaaoigueoof Use estate of P. D. Shepherd, of Clarke
couuty, in said "i-s.-i. t, who has heretofore been
adjudged a banttruptnpon his own petition, by th*
District Cour in sstrict.
Dated Deem.l.i. s , 1870.
delO—B3w W. C. MORGAN. Asai,-W"
[N TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITI.D j
L STATES for the District of Virginia.
In the matter of John D Richardson, bankrupt—ln
To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned
John M Bouldin, of Charlotte C 11, Virginia, hereby |
give* notice of his appointment as assignee of the cs- ;
late of John D Richardson, of Kejsville, In tho j
county of Charlotte, iussiid district, who was, on the
10th day of December, 1870, adjudged a banki opt . sj
the potltlou of IsiniEolf by the District Court of said
district.
Dal. .1 at Charlotte C If, Va, the 25th day of Janu
ary, 1871. JOHN M BOULDIN,
i»M —83w Assignee ot John r, Richardson.
FN tho District Court ol tlio Uisittu Stales lor the
J. District of Virginia.
In the matter of A. L. Burrell, bankrupt—ia
bankruptcy.
To Whom it May Concorn:—The undersigned,
J. P. Barksdale, of Patrick county, Vls-glnia, heieby
gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the
estate of A. L. Burrell, of Fisiuklin county, Virginia,
in said district, who has heretofore been adjudged a
bankrii|,t, on his own petition by the Dsatri •
J»l*—W»w .1. P. BARKSDALE. A-'
/"vl.ll PAP-RS, (uuctj,
| U for B*l* at JOURNAL OFFICE, j
UAI_,ROAD» AMU »T_iAMt*UATB
TJICIIMOND
V CHANGE OB SCHEDULE.—Ob and after JAN
ART 22,1871,
OOINO WEST,
Train No. 1 (Throagh Passenger) leases Richmond
Kily (except Snudayii) at 4 A.M.; leaves Danville at
12 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1:42 P. M.
Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) li.ssvi's Rich
mond dally at 9:15 A.M.; arrives at Lynchburg at
P. M.
Train No. 5 (Through Mail and Express) Jleava
ichmon.l dally sit 2:40 P. M.; leave Danville dally
110:32 P. M. ; arrive at Greensboro' at 1:05 A.M.
GOING EAST :
Train ,'.'o. 0 (Through Mail nnd Express) leave
Ireenboro' daily at 2A. M.; leave Dauville dally at
4:37 A. M.; arrivo at Richmond dally at 12:33 P. M-
Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greent-
Kro' daily (except Sundays) at 11 A. M.; leave
nvlllo at 1:36 V. M.; arrivo at Richmond at *:15 P
Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) leave* l.yncb
burg daily at ft.25 A. ML; Icsives Biirkovlll.s at 1 P
M.; arrives at Rl- hmond ftt 4:0.*. P. M.
Trains Nos. 1 and 6 connect at Greensboro' with
Trains ou North Cuolina Rtiilioasl for all points
Booth.
Train No. Sconnccts at Ilurkevllle with Train on
Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for all points
S ufhwes-t ansl Sull'll.
THROUGH SLKf'PING CARS, without change
between Riohmohd and Charlotte, N. C, aro attached
lo Trains No. 6. end 6.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South and
Southwest issn lio pro-sured at the ticket office In
Richmond.
JNO. R- MACMURDO,
fo 2 General Freight and Ticket Agent.
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINE
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND TOTOMAC
ROUTE,
TO ALL POINTS NORTn, EAST, AND NORTH
WEST.
"Trains No. I.—Through Mail Train, via. Wa*h
lngton, lesiviß Depot, cocner of Byrd and Eighth
streots, dally nt 12 li P. M,; arrives in Richmond
daily at 2:20 P. M.
Train Bio. it.— Through Mail Train, via. Wsisl.
lngton, leaves the Depot, comer of Byrd and Eighth
streets, dally (Sundays excepted) at 8:45 P.M.; ar
rives ill Richmond (Mondays excepted) At 3:30 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS aud THROUGH BAGGAGE
Checks to all the principal points in tho North, East,
and Northwest.
FRr.KIIIT I RAINS will leave Richmond on
WEDNESDAYS, aud SATURDAYS.
The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Rtahnioiul
and Milford, will ruu daily (Bundays exoeptesl),
leaving the depot, corner of Bread anil Eighth streets,
at 4.30 P. M., and arriving in Richmond nt 8:60 A M.
Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad
ansl Eighth streets.
J. B. GENTRY.
General Ticket nnd Freight Agent.
E. T. D. Mri-3, General Superintendent, fe 13— If
RlcnxoND and York Rivxa juiuioap, ■
Bl'pkrintsndint's Office, >
Riciimo.-d, Va„ Dec. 19,1870. J
ON AND AI'RER MONDAY, December 19, 1870,
the TRAINS on this road will be run n* follows
PASSENGER TRAIN-GOING EAST—Leave,
Richmond Caily (Sunday excepted) at 1:16 P. M„ ar
rive at West Point ai 310 P.M.
GOING WKHT— Leave West Point daily (Sunday
excepted) at 0.00 A.M., arrivo at Richmond ■ I
A.M.
Trains connect at West Point on Tnesday, Thurs
day nnd Saturday with STEAMERS for river land
iisgsand Baltimore.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Paa'rnger Car ettachod,
leavo Richmond ou Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at. I o'clo.k A. M., arrivo at West Point at 7:4f
A. 51.
Leavo West Point at 1 P. M. ; arrive iv Richmon.l
at 6:16 P. M.
THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and nil point.*
North und West roceivod daily, and lorwaidosi
promptly to destination. Through Bills of Lading
given to all points North and West.
11. T. DOUGLAS,
de 13—if Bnpei Intendant,
*-IH„SAP_A_K AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY, Decelsibei 6th, 1870, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will rnu as follows:
MAIL TRAIN will run DAILY between Richmond
and Staunton (except SMinday, between Gordonsville
and Staunton). Leave Richmond at 8 A. M., and ar
rive ut Staunton at 4:28 P.M. Leave Staunton ai
8:59 A.M., and arrivo nt Richmond at 4:50 P.M.,
making close connections at Gordonsville and Char
luttcsrdle with Cra.ige, Alexandria and Manassas
railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia, Now York, Boston, Ac; also
for Ly.wliburu, Kuoxrillc, Chattanooga, Memphis,
New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac. This train
will run TRI-WEEKLY botwoon Staunton and
White Sulphur on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY, viss: Leave Whito Sulphur at 3.30 A. M.,
anil arrive at Staunton at 8:39 A. M.; leave Staunton
at 4:33 P. M., and arrive at White Sulphur at 10 P. M.
Going West, passongers dine at Gordonsvillo and
sup at Covington, seeing East, breakfast at Staunton
and dine at Gordonsville.
J his train connects with stages as follows:
At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge and
Harrisonburg.
At Millboro' for Both Alum Springs, 10 miles; and
Warm Spring, 15 miles.
At While Sulphur Borings for Lowlsbnrg, 9 miles;
and Charleston, 100 mil.--.
THROUGH TICKEIB issued to all polnis North,
West, and Sonlhwtsat.
JAMES F.NETHRKLAND,
YORK.—OLD DOMJN-
I; ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new sldo-wheel Btc-rr.-'
■hips ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE)
New York for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond
ever, TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at
1 o'clock P. M
Leave Richmond every TUE3DAY, FRIDAY aud
SUNDAY at high tide.
These ships are entirely new, and were bnllt •>
pressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons and state-rooms,
the accommodations* and attention are unsurpassed
Goods shipped by this line arc landed regularly c
Now York, on the Company's covered pier, 37 North
River, within lorty eight, hours.
INSURANCE EFFECTED WHEN ORDERED, AT A
» QUARTER OF ONE PER CENT. AT TH
OFFICBS OP THIS COMPANY.
Freights, lor points beyond New York forward*
with dispatch, and no charge mads, excels Ufttoal
expenses incurred.
43F"For further information apply to
JuLUI W. WYATT, Agont,
jy 6—ts No. 3. Governor Bt.
IAIRECT PASSENGER ROUTII
U RICHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH
WBST AND NOXTHW-ST, VIA THE VIRGINIA
A„D TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
This Great Passenger RotTte is composed ol
Richmond andLauvillj railroad, Virginia and To;.i.e.
eoe Cousolidated Railway Line, East Tennessee and
Virgiuia railroad, JKasl XennesM* aud Georgia rail
rond, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Memphis
aud Charleston railroad assd other connection*.
t Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (tiundsivi
copted) at 8.15 A. M., making close connections
roughout to Lyuchburg aud stations on Southside
railroad, Bristol und stations on the Virglpla and
Keuuessee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth,
rand Jnncliou, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattanoo
ga, Canton, Jacksun, Vielisburg, Mobsle, Dalton, Al
lauta, Rome, Selius, Macon, Cnlusssbus and alt puinta
South und Sol'thvvest, Nashville, Columbus Chicago,
Louisville, Jackson, Tennessee, Caii-o, St, Louis and
ail points North and Northwest.
Through tickets good nutil used.
Baggage checked through.
New and elegant sleeping cars on nil night trains.
Good eating bouses, and ample time fur meals.
Fare lower than l.y any other route.
For further information, apply at the ofilce of the
Virginia aud Tennessee Air-Lme Railway, 1326 Main
street, or at the office ofthe Richmond aud Danville
railrc.l. _. F. WALK KB,
A LEXANDKIA, LuUDOUN AN'»
J\. UAMPSHIKK RAILROAD.
BUMMER ARRANGEMENT B-GINNLNiI
APKIL I, isr.il.
TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) lv
TWBKN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON.
Leave Alexandria at BA. M. and 6P. Id. _*».„
Hamilton at 6A. M.andll:3o A.M. Leave Leus'us.
at 6:26 A. M. and 12:16 P. M. *
The 8 A. M. train from Alexandria and 11:80 A. M.
I train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily'
Line of Coaches for Purcellvillo, Snickersvill*. Ber
ry vltle, and Winchester; also, with Reamer's Line of
Coaches, which leaves Leesburg daily for Ball's Mill,
Al-iio, and Middleburg. On and after June, twenty
stages will run daily to Capon Springs.
All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient boar*
for connections with WatshiEgtea nd Balti-icie _ir,
FARM.
From Alexandria to
Locating (2 00 Winchester «*
Clark's Gap i 25 Ball's Mill ' j26
Hamilton 2 26 Aldle a 76
Pureellvlllo 276 Middleburg a 2o
Berryvillo 3 60
Goods per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore
steamers, Railroad or Express, to care R. H. Haven
nor, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwarded
over the road free of charge for commission.
Oommutaticn tickets between Alexandria aid
Hamilton, and uli isitoruiediate station*, at low rate
Round trip tickets, good oniy for day of Issue, be*
tween Alexandria and Hamilton, and between tho*e
and Inteimcsiiat* points, at reduced rate*.
NATHANIEL HAYS,
Ja 2 lj General tl-terintendent.
MEDICAL. ~~
'| 'HE BRIDAL CUAMUKK.
-Canny* for Young Men, on great SOCIAL
KVlljinud ABUSES, which Interfere with MAR
RiAHt'S-witls sure means ef relief for the erring
aud unfortunate, diseased aud dsihilitatod. Sent tree
of chargo, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2, S Ninth street, Philadelphia
>'.>■ Jalo—Bm
| 1 SUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE ls~not a thing
JLI of yesterday, got up lo gull tho unwary and pal
luouey in the poclicts oi llsopiupriotor.it Imsstood lb
test of time, llaviugbeen fa the nsa r lset over thirty
years,lts very name will recnii to many who ore now
-s heads of families, tbe halyu ii.'.jsct
tilth, with alt its Jnysand sorrows; It is still
■i ret*.
lis. ■.
tl* for salt bj all druggist*. Price, $1 per bottle

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