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Feb. 25, 1871 ■ low Many Wives F-ide. many pale, lift-less women you sco .c. t anil in the l.ast, too, as for tter. Young, fresh looking women nis.rry, ami in fivo or ten years you can scarcely recog-hw them, while their hus bands "look as well ns on the day of their wedding. Ono causo of this is compli cated boßS.__-_p.ng. When a man undir .ii:,.L. a business, ho finds learned men | rra.lv t" assist him ; he knows what there is to do and secures help accordingly. A j jroflDg woman goes to housekeeping very often without any help at all, or perhaps with cms awkward girl, like his wifo in tbis respect. There are three meals to get day—that means cooking; and then .- mes the dishes to be washed after each meal. It wsuld tako about forty-five | pieces for breakfast and supper, and seven- ' ty for dinner for a family 0f live—ono hun dred and sixly-five pieces to be carried from the kitchen lo tho dining-room every day, washed and carried back. If yon havo six rooms in your house there is one liioughly swept and cleaved daily, brushing up the others, making inging in wood and carryiug in i a week thore is bread making, I week yeast making, one day wash day ironiDg, pantries and safes out onco a wessk, dairy work to be 1 to, besislis iv mi miserable jobs in _y of preserving, j-lly-makiug, ;. cutting hams, putting down tet, looking over apples twico in and making hogshead cheese, meat, a thorough house cleaning i year, then sewing on dresses, shirts, drawers, gowns, etc., by tho supposing the houso keeper has a in'averago six months old baby that about eighteen puunds. Suppose this child in her arms thirty times i cross infant is taken up more fre ,) and is obligod to work with thu •in whilst carryiug the burdeu of a lout with the left. Who is it that .re is nothing in gymnastics equal uduraisco of a mother's arms ? Kven in day's labor is accomplished, and s to bed, sho still holds her baby j ?_ not sleep soundly for fear of roll it or.of its getting uncovered ; sho .tend to its wants several limes in bt, and must be in a constrained m for fear of disturbing it. ,ye heard women say they would Bost anything for a night of undis sloep, "with no care on tho mind." a tlio morning up and at it again, you sco why women get palo, and Dmeti_oe3 a little cross, and how lusbands wonder that their wives sok pretty and dress well, entertain s they did before they were married, wives don't reason on tho matter ; ! ink it all the man's fault, and then srn cross, and so things go at sixes revs, and this is tho place where 's rights should be taken hold of. think voting would help that much ; ,'s labor .should bo made a study. first place, man must realize that it eat labor to keep house. A great women sink do'.V'u under tho weight, .verybody says: Poor thing, she ; was a weakly, good for nothing •c, and the poor thing has been more for tho past ten years than vomen ought to havo done.—___. iocial pk..t, tj_o most notorious of ccret-divorco lawyers" of tho coun ts been arrested in New York in the of M. House, who has been an ex ; aslvssrtiser in his lino. It appears no I.ucious 1.. Randolph, of New , applied to House to procure for divorce from his wifo, who is a Vir- House paid an unknown man to ate Randolph in the court, and on rJLircd statement a divorce was grant or thi3 servico Randolph paid House Shortly-afterwards Randolph mar ried a Miss Wickoff, and two days there after, the swindle haviug beeu discovered, the same New Haven judge who had grant ed the decree of divorce, on application of Randolph's first wifo, caused tho decree to be annulled. A warrant was issued for Rsindolph's arrest on a charge of bigamy, and tho good work was further extonded by the subsequent arrest of House, tho Msphistopheles of matrimony, for subor dination of perjury. In the meantime House's numerous aud cheap clients are what tho French call desoles. Among the congratulations extended to Judge, l'aine of Cleveland for refusing, iv his charge to a jury in a murder tiial to re cognizo tho plea of momentary insanity, was a letter from General Garfield saying ; "The wholecommuuity owes you a debt of gratitudo for brushing away the wickod ab surdity which has lately been palmed off on the country as law on the subject of insan ity. If the thing had g.jne much further,all that a man would need to secure himself from murder would bo to tear his hair aud rave a little, and then kill his man. I hope you will print your opinion in pam phlet form, and send it broadcast to all tho Judges ofthe land." There seems to be a revival of the com motion causod by the frequeut arrost of la dies at Macy's store, New York, ou the chargo of theft; aud iv all cases where ar rests have been made, an honorable ac quittal has been the result, tho arrests beiog mostly on suspicion. Assistant District Attorney Euamerson, of New York has commenced suit for $10, --000 against the Ocean National Bank for failing to make a full return of dividends. and C. •• ;3. B. Vuughan, 0. Banker. Represent** I tiTCB to Die Snprome Lodge—W. li. Wade, D. W. _..du.non, William J. Tyson. SUBORDINATE LODGES. Virginia Lodge, No. '2, meets every Monday night in Covenant hail. W. V. (Uaz&brwk, VV. C. Old Do.i.i.i'in budge, No. 4, meets every Tuesday night iv Covenant hall. C. K. Wiugo, W. 0.; G. \V. Macfar'ane, It. 8. Syraouße Lodge, No. 6, meets evory Friday Bright in ! Marshall 1 luck. .!. McCarthy, W. C: E. 0. Crmii ~ K. 8. Damon Lod;_.-, N-■. 7, imh tn .-very Friday night, at Mason* halt, Twenty tilth street. 0. Watt Taylor, W.C.; T. Wiley Davis, R. B. Marshall Lodge, No. 1-, timet si fvery Thursday nfgbt, at t-.eit' hall corner ftacend and Broad atreet-.. Charles Kppn.W. C. Ri-hrnond Lodge, No. 1-., UkOoU every Wedii..;diy | uight in Covenant hall. M. P. Handy, W. U. Oerniania Lodge, Bfo, 16, meul-. every Tuesday night in Marshall block. Charles Dut-k.-.', \V. C; Charles E. Lohr, It S. No, IV, mci In every Saturday •■ ' I Carr in ton, W. G.; '1 I'owi II Hill, R. 3. Friendship i i >, meoto In KtiKinc llooko tvei> i hiiiM-lay Uight, E, _(. Oar* -,__ l W.C,W._l.o.r yi H._. William A Anderson—Rockbridge, Batb and Alleghany. W. I*. Austin—Lunenburg and Brunswick Uobert S Beazley—Albemarle and Greene. Charles Campbell—Richmond Citj ar.d lien- David G Carr—Greensville, Dinwiddie and Alfred R Courtney—Hiclimond City and Henrico. Alexander M Davis—Grayson, Carroll nnd Wythe. Thomas V Fitzpatiick- Nelson and Amherst .lames M French—Pulaski, Uland, Tazewell and Russell. Roscoe G Greene—Citv of Petersburg. James S Greever—Washington and Smythe. Daniel A Grimsloy—Orange, Culpeper and Madison. John T Hamlett—Charlotte and Prise* Ed- Marcus A Harris—Halifax. Charles llorndon—Stall'ord, Spotsylvania and Louisa. Abal T Johnson—Accomac and Northamp- I ton. George II Kendrick—Lee, Scott, Wiso and Buchanan. Thomas N Latham—Fauquier, Rappahan nock and Prince 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—ChesterOeld 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, Middlesox, Matthews and King and Queen. Jsslin E Perm—Montgomery, Floyd and Pat- Washington L Riddick—Nansemond, South ampton and Isle of Wight John Robinson—Cumberland, Amelia and Nottoway. John E Roller—Page, Warren and Rocking- J Ambler Smith—Hanover, News' Kent, Charles City anil James City. Noraand Smith—Richmond City and Hen rico. William B Smith—Frederick, Clarke and Shenandoah. Edgar Snowden, Jr—Alexandria, Fairfax and Loudoun. Thomas E Taylor—Alexandria, Fairfax and Loudoun. Waltor 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. Members of tlie House of Delegates una their Fos.4o.Uces, j 7, Tumor, Speaker—Woodville. J Bell Bigger, Clerk—llichmond. C T Crittenden, Berg.-.ant-at-Ai ms—Culpepc-r. J Accomac—Edmund 11 Bagwell, Otiancock; John R Resid, PunK.ot-_.R-_e Albemarle—S '« Soiitl_.ll, Clmrlo.tJ.vllle; J C Hill, Seottsvillo ; .Ttimei U Jones, Charlottes-vlHe. j Alexandria —G L Setitou, Alexandria; Reuben Johnston, do. Amelia —John R Mosb, Amelia C 11. I Amherst—Ha/.lei Williams, Salt Creek; J H Mnssio, Amherst C 11. Appomattox—lll! Poons, Appomattix C 11. Alloghauy and Craig—lS L Woodson, New Uti.tlr. Augusta— II M Bell, Staunton; A II Cochran, do; Marshall Hanger, do. [ Balk and Highland— J R Popliam, Warm Springs, Bedford—l! II Mosslton, Davis Mill. ; J IlTlinriiiau. Liitorty ; J. O. Honsley, do. Bland—A.hllson Davis, Mecliaiiieslmrg. Botetourt—Cary Breckinridge, Fincastle. Brunswick—John Dtiffger, Charliehofe. Buckingham—J II Noble, Buckingham 0 II ; Ofesar Porkios, do. His._______ isnd Wise—J T Chaso, Poillul Gap. Campbell— R A Mnrrell, Campbell G 11 ; J W Daniel, Lynchburg ; It C Burkholder, do. Carroll— V W Lind.uy. Hillsvillo. Carolisie—l. O l'eatross, Panola; J II Ilnilgin, B. wliug Green. Charles City—R O W Jones, Wilcox Wharf. Charlotte—G W Glahsiui, Koy.vPlo ; W U Rugs dalo, Tel. i it. Cho-terfieM anil Powhatan —S ¥ Maddux, Chostor B T Edwards, Manchester ; Henry Cox, Powhatan on. Cumberland—James Lipscomb, Farniviilo, ; Culpeper—J It Strother, Culpeper CU, Clarke—W W Arnett, Borry ville. Dinwiddie—Elliss Wilson, Dinwiddie C 11. ! Elizabeth City and Warwick—Willi.ilss llsirtlott Hampton ; 1) II White, do ] Essex—W R Wentwortb, Tstiipahannook. Fauquier—A Glasscock, Hector Station ; F L M.sr \ all, Piedmont Station. j Fairfax —Job llawxhur.l, Fairfax C 11. I Floyd—George Young, .load C 11. Franklin—B N Hatcher, Hales Ford; Francis 8 Ilutcherson, Rocky Mount. j Fluvanna —John Heinon, Fork Union. Frederick—John F Wall, Winchester. i Giles—F W Mahootl, Pearisburg. Goochland —J B Millor, Jr, Dover Minos. ! Greenesviilo—P X Junes, Hicksford. Greene —Thos M Shearman, Stauardsville. V Gloucester—-J N Stubbs, Gloucester CH. 1 Grayson—L H Bryant—lndependence. I Halifax —Alexander Owen, Black Walnut; I Ed mnndson, Halifax O II; W W Wo.d, do. Hanover—W 11 Winn, Ashland; 0 X Thompson Beaver Dam. i Henrico asid Cit.v of Richmond —A Bodeker, Rich moud city ; John II Guy, do ; LII Frayser, do ; W Loven.toin, do; Goo X Gilmer, do; Stephen Mans. I do; .1 S Atloo, 11.-in i.-.»; .1 B CnsiiHbaw, 110. j Henry—C V XhonaS, Martinsville. Isle of Wight—John W l.awsou, Sinitbli. Id. James City and City of Williamsburg— V S Norto Williamsburg. King aud Queen —J W Bulman, Little Plymonl i King .Villiau—B .' Jones, Ayletts. i King George—W A Potts, Kiug.Goorgo C 11. I Lancaster—John B Cliowning, Lancaster C 11. Lee —Wm McDonald, Beech Spring. Louisa— V M Perkins, Trovillian's Depot; BM Orocken, Louisa C 11. i Lunonburg—Stith Boiling, Now Plymouth. Loudoun—l D Bildd, Middleburg ; William M. Matthews—Henry 8011, Matthows C IT. Madison-J W Walker, Jr, Orango C U. Mecklenburg—George W Young, Clnrkesvill Buss Hamilton, Boydton. Middlesex —L C Bristow, r...luda. Montgomery—R A Miller, Clirs..ls,tn_burg.. rlaiisentou s—David 'l ltayer, Snrtolk. New Kent—W 11 Hrisby, Tini.-taH's Station. Norfolk City— II M Bowden, Norfolk city ; A Sugar, do. Norfolk CoHnty and City of Portsmouth —X II Holloman, Portsmouth ; A I. Woodwortb, do ; OF. Hodges, Lake Druniniond. Nelson —W I» Williams, Afton Depot.' Nottoway—George II Soutbali, Nottoway C 11. Northampton—J C Toy, johiisontowu. Koithuaibcrland—B G Hayuie, Ueatbsvillo. Orange—David Panuill, Raccoon Ford, Patrick —W F B Taylor, Elamaviile. Page—Honry M Keyser, Alma. Pitteylvauia—-I HClark, r.auville; W J Fulton, Whitmoll; Waltor Colts, Pittsylvania C II; T II Gosney, Hilt Grove. Petersburg_Peter U Morguu, Petersburg ; Georgo Fayerman, do. Prince Edward —T P Jackson, Farmville. Prince George—A N Fret_, City Point Prince William—W A Bryant, Noiiesvillo. Pulaski—W J Wall, Newborn. Princess Anne—Johu Q Iloslges, Princess Assoc Rappahannock—Zoph Turner, Woodville. Richmond—L It fcstewart, Warsaw. Rockingham— Phils. Bradloy, Harrisonburg; II B I Ilsrr.sbergor, Port Republic. Kockbrlslge—,).iisu-_ T Patton, Fairfield; Arch'd Graham, Leiiugton. Roanoke —J A McCallll. Salem. Russell —J U A Smith, Lebanon. Shenandoah—J I. Campbell, Woodstock. Smyth—Jus 1. Buchanan, Chatham Hill. Southampton—lt U Hlirgesi, Herliis. Scott—J II Horton, PattossNVille. Surry—W H Andrews, Surry C 11. Stafford—J C Shelton, Fredericksburg. Sussex—W N Stovons, Stony Creek. Spotsylvania— J II Kt-lly, Fredericksborg. Tazowell—Henry Bowden, Knob. Washington—George Graham, Abingdon; John F Terry, Bristol. Warren—Smith 8. Turner, Front Royal. Westmoreland—George Walker, Oldham's Crosc- Wythe—Joa J Graham, Max Meadows. At Travlor.vii.p. on the 18th day of January, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Pleaae take notice, that a notitioa hax been pre sented to the lion. John 0, Underwood, Of naid UiHtrict Ounrt, in Bankruptcy, hy J.dm _'. li.trk_H.ale, a_.t_ign««. of _l_o oataAi 04 Urt laid bank rupt, to cell tiio real estate belonging to laid hauk- I rupt, free from all lieni. and enoorabruiOM tbcrtion. Tbii in to give notice to all ptnOM InttrMtod, that in terms uf ni Id petition an order bu bepn isNued for all perldni wno may be Interested in puiil estate, to appear before JolfU F. Cul h\ Regllte', ut hi* office, in the town of Danville, on tbe IsC day ot February, 11.71, at m oVlork A. M., aud i_h<>w canae, ir auy they have, why mkli order ihottld not bo __-r__.nle JOHN P. BAaK.SDALK, AMiguee Tiujl.i.vill. Va , Jan. 18, nil. It _aw_w IJ-.NNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. After 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Dec. 4,1870, tho trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leavo tho Depot at Thirty-first nnd Market streets, which is reachet directly by the Market street cars, the last car con nccting with each train leaving Front and Market streets, thirty minutes before Its departure. Ihe Chestnut and Walnut street car., run within one square of the Depot. Sleeping Car Tickets can be had on application a the Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and Chestnut streets, and at tho Depot. Agents ofthe Union Transfer Company will call for and.deliver baggage at the Depot. Orders left at No. 201 Chostnutßtfoct or 116 Market siroet, will receive attention. TRAINS LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ: Pittsburg Express 12tl1CA.lL Lock Haven and Elmira Express 9:40 ;t Paoli Accom 10:10 A. M. and 1:10 anu 7;10 P. M. Fast Line 12:40 " Erie Express 12.40 " Harrisburg Accommodation 2:60 " Lancaster Accommodation 4:10 " Parkersburg Train 6:60 " IlxproHß 8:00 " dlluffalo Express 9:50 " .ess 10:00 " ger 10:30 " leaves dally, running on Saturday night I port only. On Sunday uight possongers I niladelptiift at 10:10 P.M. I and Pacific Express leaves daily. All I daily, except Sunday. .m Accommodation Train runs daily,ex . For this train tickets must be pro- I taggage delivered by 6 P. M., at 116 Mar- I rain No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A. Nt Paoli at fl;40 A. M. Sunday Train No. ladelphla at 6:40 P.M.; arrives at Paeli rain No. 1 leaves Paoli at AM A. M ; ar ladelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train Paoli at 4:50 P.M.; arrivos nt Phlladel- LINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.: Express 3:10 A.M. a Express 7:00 " 7:1)0 " ii 8:20 A. M., 3:50 and 6:40 P. M. g Train 9:00 A.M. Buffalo Express 0:50 M I Train 12:00 nooo. Bs -. 6:45 P. M. i and Elmira Express ... 6:45 " ' >rees 3:25 " Ixpreas 6:45 ' irq Accommodation 0:40 " ler information, apply to JOHN F. VANLEER, Jr., Ticket Agent, 901 Chestnut street '! FRANCIS FUNK, I Ticket Agent, 116 Market street : SAMUEL 11. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the depot. I isylvania Railroad Company will not as risk lor baggage except for wearing ap* limit thoir responsibility to one hundred raloe. All bagnago exceeding that amount j [II bo at the ri_di of the owner, unless taken conliaot. A. J. CASSAT, General Superintendent, AUooua,Pa. mUE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On nnd aftor Snnday, 12th Juno, 1870, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be rnn hotween Baltimoro and Wheeling and Parkorsburg, as follows : The MAIL TRAIN, for all way points, east of I Piedraent, will leavo Baltiraero daily (except s.n. --l days) at K:O6 A. M.; returning will arrivo at Balti more at 5:05 P. M. j Tho 8 A. M. Train connects with Kirn-burg aud Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad. The FAST LINE will leave dally at 4 P. M.; ro- : turning, will arrivo at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M. The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave Baltimore I daily at 8:45 P. M.; rot timing will arrive at Balti* more at R;SO P. M. The WINCHESTER AND STRASBURO ACOMMO DATION TRAIN will leavo Baltimore daily (except I Sundays) at i.Oa p. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40 The MOUNT AIRY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN I will leave daily foxcept Sundays) at 6:00 P. M,; re- I turning, will leave Mount Airy at 6:15 A. M., and arrivo at Baltimoro at 8:..0 A. ft. The KLLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20 I P. M. daily (except Sundays); returning, will arrive FOR IIAUERSTOWN AND FREDERICK. Leavo at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and4:o6 p.m.; returning, I will arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 a. in. and 5:05 p. u_. FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. Leave Baltimore at 8:00 a. m. aud 4:00 p. m : re- I taming, will arrive at 10:40 a. m.and 5:05 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON. Leave Baltimoro at 4:20, 5:08, 7, 8:10 aud 11:30 ft. I m., and 2, 3:50, 4:45 and 8:30 p. m. FROM WASHINGTON. Trains leave at 6:45, 8:00 and 9:25 a. m. and 12:46, 2:00, 4:lft, 5:40, 7:45 and 0 p.m. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leavo Baltimoro at 7 and 11.30 a. m. am. 4:45 p.m.; I :_...' Washington at 6:45 and9:2sa. m.and 4:10 p.m SUNDAY TRAIN—WASHINGTON DIVISION. Leave Baltimoro at 4:20, 5:08 and 8:10 a. m.and 4:46 and 8:00 p. m. Leave Washingtonat 7:25 a. Eft. and 2:50, 5:40, 7:45 and 9 p. m. Tickets can be purchased at the Oilice, No. 149 I West Baltimore streot, corner of Calvert, where ; orders can be loft for baggage to be called for, and I which will be checkid at person's residence. For further information, Tickets of ovcry kind, Ac, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Camden Station, ! or utthft Ticket Oilice. JOHN L. WILSOiV, I Master of Transportation. I General Ticket Agent I)IULADELPIIIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. i WINTEIt TIME-TABLE. j i Ou and after MONDAY, December 5, 1870, the trains on Hie Philadelphia and Erio Railroad wilt run as follows : I I WESTWARD. I Mail Train leavo.i Philadelphia 9.40 P.M. " ** " Willlamsport... 7.25 A.M. " " arrive at Erie 7.40 P.M. ! Erie Kxpress leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M. " '• " Williamsport 8.50 P.M. m « ftr rive at Erie. 7.40 A.M. MmirnMail leaves Philadelphia 9.30 A.M. " « " Williamsport f1.35 P.M. " " arrive at Lock Haven 7.60 P. M. ! EASTWARD. j Mail Train loaves Eric 9.00 A.M. « 8 " Williamsport 10 06 P.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 660 A.M. He Express leaves Erie 9.00 P. M. ■ " « ** Williamsport 8.26 A. M. " " arrive at -Philadelphia 5.30 F. M. linira Mail loaves I-oek Haven 8.00 A.M. »< « " Williamsport 9.25 A.M. " *' arrive at Philadelphia. 6.30 P.M. Buffalo Kxpress loaves Williamsport 1235 A.M. « » " Milton 1.50 A. M. " " arrive ftt Philadelphia 940 A.M. Express, Mail and Accommodation, east and w.sst, «,mnict at Curry, and all ..'■ r bound trains and Mail ml Accommodation east at Irvington with Oil Cre«k nd Alleghany River Railroad. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. VJORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. "S.IIR SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and Wyoming Valleyn, Northern Pennsylvania, Soull. m H tartar New fork, Elmira. Buffalo, Corry, Roi.h ho Groat Lukes and the Dominion of CauuJa. WINTER arrangement;. Takes effect November 21,1870. ____^ Fifteen _)aily Trains leaves Passenger Depot,com er Borks and American stroet-, (Sundays excepted) as follows: 7:00 a.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. At 7:35 a. m. (Kxpress) for Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Mahauoy City, Hazle tun, Pittston, Towanda,.Waveily, and Elmira, aud in connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San' Francisco, and alt points in tho Groat West. 8:25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Duylcstowu. 9:45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen town, Mahauoy City, Mauch Chunk, Williamsport, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Pcrahton, Hackettstowu, [Schooley's Mountaiu], and N. J, Ccutial and Morris aud Essex Railroads. 11:00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. 1:16, 6:20 and 8:15 p. m. for Abingt n. 1:45 p. in. (Express) for Bclhlthciii, Easton, Allen town, Mauch Chunk, Ifahan .y City, Wilkesbarre, Pittston and Hazleton. 2:30 p. m. (Accominodatiau) for Doylestown. At 3:20 p. in (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Beth lehem, Easton, Allentown, Ooplayand Mauch Chunk. 4:15 p. m. (Mall) for Doylestown. 5:00 p. m. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk. 6:20 p. in. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. * 11:30 p.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. The Kit Hi aud Sixth stroet, Second nnd 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, D:OS and 8:26 Doylestown at 8:30 a. m., 4:10 and 6:35 p. in, Lausdale at 7:30 a. m. Fort Washingtonat 9:20, 11:20Ju. m., and 3:10 p. in. Abingtou at __:H5, C:55 and 9:3"> p. in. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bothlebom at 0:80 a m. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2.(10 p. m. Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. nt. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. ni. Tickets sold and bagMge checked through to prin cipal poind, at M.-mi's North Pennsylvania Baggage bptftM Offieft, No. 105 south Fiflh stmt ELLIS CLARK, Agent November 21, I*7o. KIXU.A T'lON. I 11GHEH RDUOATfO-tf. HKLI-MUTIi GOLLMB, Hoard and Tuition per annum $_MtJ. HELLMUTH LADIES' OOLLKOI, Inaugurated by 11. R. If- Prion Arthur. Board tml Tuition pcrannnm, $"-.26. PursuoNT—:'i'li.' Very Rev. I. lUlltnatlt, D.D., Deau of Union. 9*T- For particulars, apply to Major Evans, London, 1 Canada Watt. '*» LISTING '" 9l U MAIN 9^^' Ret ween Ninth and Tenth Struts, RICHMOND, VA. Proprietor PRINTING-, SKLVKS and the Printer, that his establishment still sustains the SUPERIOR WORK, At prices as reasonable as it can be produced by any offioe in the country. IMPROVEMENTS ARE CONSTANTLY.GOING ON, of all orders for work in the line. -INVARIABLE PROMPTITUDE established rule Careful and competent attention is given to __T I INT E peinting, Embracing work in Colors, Tinta, Gold, Silver, &c. Tn tbis department we claim to excel, nnd will be pleased to exhibit our HANDSOME SPECIMENS as evideneo of what w* assert. APPROVED MACHINERY, STYLISH MATERIALS Knablo us to compete successfully with the best appointed establishments in the country, and no effort will be spared to make it the interest, as well as the pleasure of the publio to leave their orders at the STEAM JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT No. 912J MAIN STREET. SgTlfi AM BOATS. RAILROAD. Peccmbor 4,1870, Trains -) for Ibo West i' .lis. undays) fur tho me port. indays) for tlio West. Vest. North to Buffalo, and tho Canada!.. id Road at 8;30 a- m. ;»' ' 10 a. m. and 12:40 p. m. n. in.. 13:40 and 3:"0 p. m. ley Road at 8:30 ft. iv. and [ON TRAINS, .days)—3:..Qp B, Bundays) Bin© pm. IN BALTIMORE. -__.:;... r.ud 9;16 am, 12.30, 15 a in. ■8:20 a m. North nnd Went, apply itt E» North Calvert otreot. VOfTNO, pneral roaiiouger Agent 111 It. HBKE, )enoral Superintendent. MTNQTON AND BAI.TI- Novomljor, 21,1570. To* 'resident Silent Depot ns udulphta nnd Way Stations kdphi:. and Now York at ...Ipl'U ar.d Now York at .»r Port Deposit inter lolphlaat 7:25 p. m. York at 10:40 p. m. sp. m. For Now York at s at New Castle Junction on Delaware Railroad, and ions on Philadelphia and id. yville for Tort Deposit. ryvillo for nil Stations on re Central Railroad mid nt on Dataware Railroad bc arrington. Ib procured either at Pros'- Picket Office, No. 117 Balti .lining hack car and 1 <■: the ig err, procured at Raltl the day. On application at Union Transfer Company Kgago at privates residence.*, en attending the same el General Agont. LMINGTON AND BALTI- November 21, I*7o, trains Broad street and Wasklng -0 a. m. (Sundays excepted), tt all regular stations, jtonwith Delaware Railroad lyrna Branch Railroad a*»d tail road, at Harrington with ir Railroad, at Soaford with a Railroad, at Delnmr with and at Salisbury with Wi ailroad, 5 a. m. (Sundays excepted), ngton, stopping at Wilming cro de Grace. ConnocU at For New Castle, p. m. (Sundays excepted), fer igton, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood,Claymont, Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Charlestown, Perryville, Havre de Graco, Aberdeen, Perryman*h, Edge wood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. Night Express at 11:30 p. n_. (daily), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Lin* wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark Elkton, North-East, Perryville, Havre do Grace, Perry man*, and Magnolia. Passengers for Fortress Monroo and Norfolk will take tho 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations botwoon Philadelphia a*d Leave Philadelphia at 11 a. m, 2:30, Baud 7p. m. The 5 p. m. train connects with Delaware Railroad for Harrington and intermediate statlons*- Loave Wilmington at 5:45 aud 6:10 a. m., 2. i and 7:15 p. m. Tho 8:10 a. m. tiain will not iitop betwtta Cheater nnd Philadelphia. Tho 7:15 p.m. train from Wilmington run;, daily. AU other Accommodation Trains Sundays excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at 0:45 and 4 p. m., vi.l connect at Lamok-n Junction with the 7 a.m. and 4:30 p. m. trains for Baltimore Central Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a. m., Way-mail. 9:35 a. m., Express. 2:35 p. m., Express. 7.20 p. m., Ex press. SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Baltimoro at 7:25 p. in., stopping at Magno l*a, Torrymau's, Aberdeen, llavro do Grace, Perry ville, Charlestown, North-East, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Liuwood and Chester. Through tickets to all points west, south, south west, may bo procured at Ticket Oilice, 828 Cnostimt street, under Continental Hetol, where a'so state rooms and berths In Bleeping cars can bo secured during tho day. Persons purchasing tickets _»_. th_« , office can havo baggage checked at thoir re-sidenteby tho Union Trauster Company. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. , <_ —-. PROPOSALS. jnfTiTED STATES* MAIL.'" VIRGINIA- Posi Ofpice Department, 1 Washington, January 5, 1871. j PROPOSALS will be received at tho Contract Once of this Department until 8 o'clock p. in. of M AKCII 1,1871, (to bo decided by tho 30th), fur carrying the mails of tho United Slates from July l_>t, 1871, to June 30th, 1875, on the following route in tho State of Virginia, aud by tho schedule of departures and Srrivals herein specified, via.: i O , 4700—From Hicksford, by Pleasant Shade, law rencoville, Charlie Hop a, Whito Plains, Gholsonville, Poweilton, Pleasant Oaks and Ryland's Dopot, to Hicksford, eojoaa to 33 miles and back, twice n weok. Leavo Hicksford Wednesday aud Saturday at 0 a. in.; Arrivo at Hicksfoid Thursday and Monday by 8 p. ni. For forms of proposal, guarantee, and certificate, and also for instructions aa to conditions to bo em braced in the contract, Ac, seeauvertisoment of Sep tember 30th, 1870, inviting proposals for mail service in Virginia, to bo found at tlio principal post-otncei.. Bids should bo sent in scaled envelopes, supt r scribed, "Mail proposals, State of Virginia," and ad dressed to tho Second As.sif.tant Postmaster General. JNO. A. J.CRESWELL, Ja 9—MBw Postmaster General. | f|M) BRIDGE-BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.— i J SEALED PROPOSALS will be received until 12 o'clock M., March 1,1871, to BUILD A BRIDGE ACROSS JAMES RIVER botwoen Richn oud and Manchester, Va. Bids aro requested on th cc kind* of construction. lpt. A series of arches to bo built of James rive? granite. 2d. A series of arches, to bo built of mixed ma sonry—granite aud brick. 3d. An iron superstructure, oh granite piers. RiKht roserved to reject any or all bid 3if Dot sat isfactory. For further information, apply to tho undersigned. JOHN G. CLARKE, Civil Engineer, No. 31G Twelfth stroet, ja 23—Mtd Richmond, Va. TN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE X United States, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Abram Miller, bankrupt—in To Whom It May Concern :—The undersignod, G. L. Christian, ot Richmond cuy, Virginia, here by givos notice of bis appointment as assignee of th* estate of Abram Miller, of Petersburg elty. in paid district, who has heretofore been adjudged a bank rnpt by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, Docembor 9ih, 1870. O.L.CHRISTIAN, de 10-S3w Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUX UNITED XSTATES for the District of Virginia. In tho matter of P. D. Shepherd, bankrupt—in TO WHOM IT MAY OONOERBHi The undersigned. W. 0. Korean, of Barry villo,Clarko coy, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of P. D. Shepherd, of Clarke oouuty, in said diatrict, wno has heretofore been adjudged a bankrnpt upon his own petition, by tho District Court of said District. Dated December oth, IS7O. d-10—Saw W. 0. MORGAN, Assignee. TS TiiK DISTRICT" COURT OF THE UNITED L STATES for the District of Virginia. Iv the matter of John D Rlchaidson, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—Tlio undersigned, Juhn M Booldfn, of Charlotte C H, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the es tato of Joliu D Richardson, of Kentffle, in the county of Charlotte, iuuaid district, who was, on the loth duy of I'.-k iii'.'r, l«70, adjudged a bankrupt ou the petition of himself by the District Court ot said district. Dated at Charlotte C 11, Va, ihe 25th day of Janu ary, 1871. JOHN M BOULDIN, ja 28—S'lu* Assignee of John D Ricbardson. — ' —"i —— FN tho District Court of tho United Stales fur the X District of Virginia. Ih the ualtar ol A. L. Burrell, bankrupt—in bankruptcy, To Whom it May Concern:—Tlio undersigned, J. P. Rarkaoale, of Patrick county, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment M assignee ofthe estato of A. L. Burrell, of Franklin county, Virginia, iv said district, whi'bii-. li.'irli.t.re beeu adjudged a bankrupt, on his owm petition hy th>j District court of said diHtrict JalS—T73w J. P. BARKBDALE, Asrfpff. I3ICIIM0NI) AMI DANVILLE RAILROAD — IV CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.—On anil after JAN OOINO WEST, Train No. 1 (Through Pe-nonger) loaves Richmond dally (except Bundnys) »t -1 A. M.; leaves is.sitvillo nt 11:12 A. St.; arrive, nt Greensboro' at 1:12 P. M. Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich mond dally at 9:15 A. M.; arrives at Lynchburg at Train No. 5 (Through Mail and Express) Jlesivo llichmond daily nt 2:40 P. M.; leavo Danville daily at 10:32 T. M. ; arrive nt Greensboro' at 1:05 A.M. Train No. 6 (Through Mail and BxpT-W) ill.', s.l..ro*daily at 2A. M.; leave Danville daily at 4:37 A. TI.; avrive at Ri.bm.nd duilynt. l_.__iF.-i- Tratn No. « (Thronph Pa-senger) lonvts Greeu. --i boro' daily (exoept Bundays) at 11 A. M. ; leave Danville at ItS. r. M. j arrive nt RlehmsM atß:ls P Train No. 0 (Lynchburg Passenger) hart* Lynch burg daily nt 8:2.. A. M.; leave. BnrkeV-lle at 1 P M.j arrives at Richmond at 4:05 P. M. Trains No.. 1 and 5 connect at Greensboro' with Train, on Norlh Oirollna Railroad for all [ South. Train No.-Connects nt llnrkeiillo with Irassi OB Atlantic, Mississippi nnsl Ohio Railroad far all points ■wesst and South. lIHUUKiH SI.I-.TINO CARS, Without clsmgo between Richmond and Charlotte,N.C.«r»__-t_ to Trains No. 5, and 0. TIIRODGII TICKETS to all points Soulb and .s.isitlsu-esst can bo procured at tlio lii-ls.-t olllco in Richmond, fe a General Freight ar-d Ticket Agent. _ SCHEDULE OI TRAINS OVER TIIE SHORT Li:-: s RICHMOND, FREOKRICKSBURG AND TOTOMAC TO ALL rOISTS NORTH,'EAST, AND NORTH Train No. I.—Through Mail Train, via, Wash ington, leaves Dopot, cornor of livid and Eighth streets, dally at V_._. T. M.; arrives iss Richmond daily at 2:20 P. M. Train Wo. it.— Through Mail Train, via. Wash ington, leaves tho Dopot, corner of Byrd and Eighth streets, daily (Sundays excepted) at 8:15 P. M.; ar rives in Richmond (Monday* excepted) at 3:30 A. M. THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAGE Chocks to all tlso principal points tn Iho North, East, and North-vest. FRKIGIIT TRAINS will leave Richmond on HNESDAYB, and SATURDAY,., t ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond Milford, will run daily (Sundays excepted), ig tho dopot, corner of Brond and Eighth street.., at 4530 P. M., and arriving iv Ri< hmond at 8:60 A . 1 Apply at COMPANY'S OITICE, corner of Uton. and fnghth streets. J. B. GENTRT. General Ticket and Freight Agrsit. E. T. D. Myjsh., General Superintendent. _h J F.ICUMCSD ANB YoBX-RIV-H HiILROAI), I S-FiSRIN-ENDKN-'S OPFI-S, >■ REIC--o_n, Va„ Dec. 19,1570.) AND AFRER MONDAY, December 10, 18T0, ho TRAINS on this road will bo run as follows: PSENGEtt TRAIN-GOING EAST—I-BUVos nond,_nily (Sunday excepted) at 1:15 P.M., ar ,t West Point nl 3.10 P. M. INO WEST—Leave West Point daily (Snnday oxccpted)al 9.00 A.M., arrive at Richmond nt _____ Trains connect at West Point on Tnesday, Tlium day and Saturday with STEAMERS for liver liin-i --ingsand Baltimore. FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Oar attached, leave Richmond on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-. dt.y nt _ o'clock A. M., arrivo at West Peint at 7:40 Leavo Wc.t Point nt IP. M.; arrivo in Ricbmon ' THROUGH FREIGHT for Baltimore and ull ps.ii.'.- North nnd West received daily, and forwarded promptly to destination. Through Rills of Ladinx given to ail points North and West. 11. T. DOUGLAS, tie _—tf Bnpertntondent. |-.H_ISAFIssAKR I .-.ILROAD. On and after MONDAY, Dccembel f.th, 1870, tho PASSENGER TRAINS will run as follows: MAIL TRAIN will i un DAILY botween Richmond and Staunton (except Sunday, bo.-_-ci.ii Gordonsville and Staunton). Leavo Richmond at 8 A. M., and ar rive at Staunton nt 4:28 P. M. Leave Stnnnton nt 8:69 A. M., and arrive at Richmond nt 4:50 P.M., making cloee connections at Gordonsville and Clsnr : :.. v.lle with Orange, Alexandria nnsl MsmassnH railroad trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Ac; also for Lynchburg, Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Memphis, New Orleans, M.-sstgomery, Mobile, &o. This train will run TKI-WEEKLY between Staunton and SATURI »AY, viy,: Leave Whito Sulphur at 3.30 A. M., and arrivo at Siauntou at 8:39 A. M.j leavo Stannton at 4:33 P. M., and arrivo nt White Sulphur at 10 P.;M. Going West, passengers dine at Gordonsville and sup at Covington. Go ing East.br. akfnat at Staunton and diuo nt Gordonsville. This train connects with stages as follows: At Staunton for Lexington, Natural Bridge an.l Harriwonhnrg. At Miilboro' for Bath Alum Springs, 10 nsilis ; and Warm Springs, 16 miles. At White .sulphur Springs Tor Lowisbnrg, 9 miles: nnd Ch.-rlt.tcn, lss'.l miles. THROUOH TICKETS issues! to all points Ns-ilh. West, aud Sotithwisist. Jr ION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.' The splondsd new side-wheel St..nm-' ships ISAAC BELL, ALBEMARLE,! Nov,- York for Norfolk. city Point and Richmond every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at Leave Richmond evory TIsx,.DAV, JRIDA. • SUNDAY at high tide. These ships are entirely new, and wore bsrS. pronely tor tlsis route. They have splondid saloons and state-rooms, tbe accommodations and attention are ______rp___ed Goods shipped by this line aro landed regularly a New York, on the Company's covered pier, 37 Norm River, within torty-elght hours. INSURANCE RFF-iOTKD WHEN ORDERED, f QUARTER OF ONE PER CENT. AT THa OFFICES OF THIS OOMPANY. Freights for points beyond New York forward* 1 with dispatch,and uo charge made, _xo*f 1 s-rtnal expenses incurred. __jr»For further Information apply to i r,—ts No. 3, Governor St, *"*.REci PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN I) RICHMOND AND TUB SOUTH, SOl 's s WEST AND NOttTHWKST, VIA THE VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. This Great Passenger Route is couiponocl of Richmond and Danville railroad, Virgi.iiannd „'.-ti.i see Consolidated Railway Lino, East Ten- co and Virginia railroad, East Touncssno and Georgia res' [ road, Nashville und Chattanooga railroad, Mcssip' I and Charleston railroad an.l other connections. . Pas.ouger trains, leave Richmond tluily (Sunday t excepted) at 0.1 5 A. M., making close connections j throughout to Lynchburg and stations ou Southsjd. I railroad, Bristol aud stations on the Virginia and Tennessee railrond, Knoxville, Decatur, Oorinth, Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chsittanoo ga. Canton, Jackson, % icksiburg, Mobile, Dulton, At lanta, Rome, Benna, Mai on,Oe!nmb_s and nil point- South nstd .-*...ts..west, Nsishville, Coliusil.us, Chicago, Louisville, Jackson, Tennesssce, Cuius, St. Louis anu all points North and Noithwest. Through tickets good until used. Baggage checked through. New aud sleeping car. on nil night trains. Good eating-houses, and amplo tinse for meals. Faro lower than by any other route. For further inisiriaation, apply at the office of the I Virginia and Tennessoo Air-Lino Railway, 1325 Main I street, or at the office of the Kichnt.md and Danvills I - Agent. A LKXANDRIA, LGUDOUN AN ! > J\ HAMI'SHIKE UAILtKOAU. SUMMEIt ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING APRIL l,18fl». TWO TRAINB DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) I ■ TWEKN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON. Leavo TAlexßiidria at 8 A.M. and BP. M. Leav. Hamilton et6 A. M. and 11:00 A. M Leave Leesburg at 6:25 A. M. and 12:15 P. Id. The 8 A. M. train from AlexnndrJannd 11:30 A. M. train from Hamilton connect wiilrKemp's Daily Line cf Coaches for Pnrcellvine, Snickersville, Ber ryville, au.l Winchester j also, with Reamer's Line of Conches, which leaven Loesburg daily tor Rail's Mill, Aldlo, and Middleburg. On and after June, twenty stages will run daily to Capon Springs. All trains arrive at Alexandria at convnnlont hours for connections with Wnehlagtos nd Balttmcrs tbs> From AI. iasisl- In lo Leesbnrg ti 00 Winchester.. J3 Clark's Gap S 26 Ball's Miil E 25 Purcellvillc 2 75 Middleburg 8 It Berryvilte v 3 60 Goods per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore steamers, Railroad or Express, to caro R. U. Haven nor, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forward.d over tho road free of charge for commission. Commutation tickets between Alexandria and Hamilton, and all Intermediate stations, at low rate, Round trip tickets, good only for day of issue, be tween Alexandria and .lamilton, and between those and Intermediate points, at reduced rates. NATHANIEL HAYS, le 3 ly Genera! Shj erintccdent. 'IMIE BRIDAL CHAMBER. n> _ for Youns Men, ou groat SOCIAL EVILS and ABUSES, wi.ich interfere with MAR RIAGI. — with sure in sum of relief for the erring hi..l u.ttt.s-niss'st". il'seiH...! and ~ . i3bii!i..'e-t. Bent _ree of char-:.-, in sealed envelopes, Atld.-ias, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2,5. Ninth street, PhUedelphla, BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is*uot \ thing of yesterday, got up to gull tho unwary and pui money in .hepo*!.- ts cf the proprietor, !t hasstoo.l lit . lost of time. Elavingb-Bu t-; the markat overtlsirty years, iti very namo will nt.'.i to many who are now tin: ICrii.- OtOd I I ids of IS.S.si..-". tlso bull .-■ ;t slays of Kir ymittt with all its Joys and sorrows! It is still ifor tnir by all i.rugauM-. Price, |l pel bottle.