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wei i i i:ve\ix:,"may ;iTi87i. This eanuot liut be felt hi all our jmli- , tics. As tlin Yolksfratml says, in • very intelligent article on this subject, the little power of the German-AmericaD( In otu Ji- iitii's is, to a l_rK_ incisure, their nwi t'aiilt—the result of their incessant aud J petty personal Jmlo—ri—i and feuds n i:i: 11, ■; j themselves, lint, with the new German unity, and the sense of their power as a race, we may hope for greater | dignity, self-—'speet, and uuited ac tion from our Gerninml. They will IM a pride i ow in supporting their own lead ers and their own Ideas. They will nt be, as they have been, tho B.aves of the most re.u'tionary and corrupt and priestly p«rty which ex ; sts in any civilized coun try. They will think more for themselvis, and stand up together fof our lust ideas • progrtss and liberty. The sham of "1)l I racy" will not deceive them as it has , They will join the fri-nds of reform freedom in this country, and no lon i i by tha ignorant Irish and cunning many demagogues, io position, too, of our "liopublican" Is must change toward many of the jnio habits and custom*. It is cer » apparent that the innocent German ements, the love oX rut-door pleasure jndness of music, the social quaffing }>Mmhh and Rhine wines, have iv ni lapped either the physical or mootal rs of tha race ; that they have no mted (oven if they have not aided in returning the most exact discipline lost through popular education, the solid military jiower, and the rery aud front of tho world's civilization aria the utmost test of I nation's 1 and physical power. Under it do has exploded like ■ pricked bal- Under it, Germany cornea fortl more solid, welded, and compact than ever People who sneer at the German habits must a*k themselves what other habit make better men. At all events, we. as members <f tho Republican parly, can no expect to make New England Puritans o the jovial Deutsche): We um.-f take them as they are. Georoe Stkphexson.—Hon. William Parsons delivered a lecture iv Boston, on I'Qeorgo Stephenson and Modem Mechan ics." In Introducing his lecture Mr. Par sons said ho had to deal with one of the Tuhel Gains of the Irou Age. Stephenson was of humble origin, aud tho speaker de scribed the region of <he colleries which was the birth-place of his subj«t, aud the peculiar life of tho pitmen or miners. He was born near the close of the last century, the son of a poor fireman. Young Stapheoion'i highest ambition was to become a workingtnan like his father, and commenced life by driving a horse iv a mill, for which he re ceived ten cents a day. He early eviuced a natural mechanical taleut, and among other things he cut a dress for his mother, with the simple aid of a two foot rule. He described the first attempts at locomo tion hy steam, some of which were quite humorous, and told the story of the Eng lish peasant who saw an engine for the first time. He was standing on an <r_ hankmeut near a tunnel, and ran away and described tho wonderful thing he had seßn running along in a ditch. It was a horriblo hissing thing with two red eyes and a long tail, and be said when it saw him "it gave a horrible squeal and ran into a hole." Stephenson's first attempt at construct ing an engine was a failure, aud would run only three miles an hour, but he wai not discouraged, and tho second trial was a grand success. It was the greatest work of the age. The progress of the railway in England was noted, and the banter and sophistication, which came in tho way, and the prejudices of the people which had to bo overcome. It was n combat with both brute and intellectual force. He was brought before a Parlia mentary committee and examined, hut with undaunted prejudice ho conquered all opposition, Stephensou was proclaimed the greatest of engineers. In conclusion, the lecturer gave au estimate of the char acter of Stephenson, his simplicity and his greatness, and pictured the example of his grand success as the ultimate triumph of integrity, diligence aud energy. "THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: J. That on too ZGlh day of April, 1871, a «er rant in bankrupicy w< issued a'zainat the estate or Lawrence Pitman, of Fauquier co'ty, and State of Vs., who has been adjudged n bankrupt on his own petltionr-'fhst tbe payment oranvdebts, audtheiUlJ. very or any property belonging lo said bankrupt, to bim or ,or iiis use, aud tbe transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law :—Tha r meeting of the creditors o' the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose ore oi-mora assignees of his estate will be held at a Court of lSankruptcy, to bo holden at IbeHcgißters cilice in Aleiandria, Va., before Ly- I Bonder Hill, Esq., Rogister, on the 20lh day cf May i 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. , DAVID B. PARKER, qiHlfl TS TO GIVE NO—EcB: X That ou the-liSth day of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy wsb issued against the estate of Addison L. ttuckola, of Louisa connty, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—That the payment of any debts, anu the delivery of any property belougiug to said bauk, upt, to him ar.be his use, aud the trans fer of auy property by bim are fort—Urn bylaw:— That a meeting of Lie creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their doota, and cbnore one or more assignees or his estate, v ill be held a. a Court of Bankruptcy to bo holden at the Kcgis ci's office iv Alexandria Va., befoio Lyflander Hill, E*cp, Register, on the -nth day of J!ay, 1871, at 0 o'clock A. M. rpHISIS TO GIVE NOTICE: JL That on tne 26tli oav of April. IS7I, * warrant in bank ni.cy was issued agninet tbe ea tate or Arthur L. Rogers, of Louisa conotv 01 I Bute of Virginia, v.'bo bas been adjudged a bankrupt on h.a own petition:—That the payment of any debts, and tiro delivery of any property belonging to sold bankrupt, to him or fo. o's use, and tbe fans- f ler of any property uj him are forbidden by law:— I That a meeting of *be creditors of said bankrupt to I prove their debts, sod choose oae or moro assignees of his eatate, will be he'd at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at the Kegiste 'a office iv Alexariuri' Vs_ before Lysander Hill, Esq., Register „v in,! 20th day of May, 1871,.at 9 o'clock A. M. No 4231 'IMIIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE: 1 That en tbe 2d day of JJ.y, 1871 rant In bankruptcy ivus issued against Ibo istote of Thomas (i Waldrop of Luuiaa CiUUtv and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on hla own petition : Hint the payment of any deb's and the delivery of any property belonging to sold bankrupt, to htm or for hia use, and tin, transfer of on> property by bin,, ore forbidden by law :— That a ineetii g or the creditors bunk nipt, to prove their debta. and choose one or mere assignees of bis estate, will beheld at a Curt of Donkruofc] holden at Richmond, Virginia, beioioWW V Ksq., Register, on the 221 day of May 1871 at lli • clock o m. DAVID 11. PARKBR my 2—T2w U. S. Marshal. 7134 ~ I TN THK DISTRICT uuUIVT OP TUB UNITBD X Stoles, for the C.-twri Oiitri. t of Virginia In t—i matter o! David R Jones bssnkrur,t—in bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia, ss: Notice ia heioby given th,t a hnol r-,.., injr oi Ihe creditors of the aaU Oa-i I[t .tnm-a bankrupt fir I trie pnrpoae of diclm . .1 will beheld at Richmond, at ll„, otßce of W. W. »orbe>, Kbi) one of the Registers iv Bankruptcy, in ml* district on Monday, the ::9tli day ol Hay, laf I. a t 10 o'clock A S—.ill accon'ince with Ibi. pr.ni.iona ol the -2UI, S. A— 1 l ' 8C "" u » «' <l"> baukrnp' y a l ~| Mar. n 2nd, 100,. Dated ot Richmoud, this 29th doy of Apiil'wi JOHN AMBLER SMITH, - i) Wards and Their Uounda. I p up with the diffeient moves of our niflicient Council, requires constant less. We givo the following bonnds irecincU of the wards ss last laiil off: CLAY WARD, cinct—All that portion of the ward west of Uelvidere, north of Main ienrv, s-iil south of Broad streets, dnct—Tbrt portion of the ward north west of Henry, and south of Leigh inct—Tbat portion ol the ward north west ol' Adams, south of Leigh, and rnry streets. MOXItOK WARD. ;inct—All that portion of tho ward ;lvidere, south of Main, and west of v— inct—That portion of the ward north ;ast.of Adams, south of Broad, and ifth streets, inct—Tbat portion of the ward north and Leigh, east of Adams and St. ath of Jackson, and west of Second scinct-North of Broad, oast of nulb of Jackson, and west of Fifth MADISON WARD, inct—All that portion ot too ward road, east of Fifth, south of the gully ist l.om Fifth, and west of Eighth net—The no tion of the wnrd north of :of Eighth, soj,h of tho r- uMv 1 un« o Twelfth, weo.of Tweiftu'st eels, net—Tbe por.io-i of the ward norlh ist of Fiub, south of Broad, and west inct—Toe portion of tho ward cast )uth of Main, west of Twelfth st> eeti. JEFFERSON WARD, net—All that por-.ion of the ward eirtb, south of Clay, Marshall and d west of Fifteenth si.,eets. net—Tho portion of the ward east b, south of li. oad and west of Twen- Is. inct—East of Twentieth, south of 1 weat or Twcnty-fifih streets. met—The portion of the ward north east of Fifteenth, and west of irth streets. MARSHALL WARD, inct—All that portion of the ward ! enty-filth and south of Main streets net-That portion of the ward north id Broad, east of Twentv-lirth and urth, and south of Clay." net-That portion or the ward north ist of Twenty-fourth. net-All Ibat portion of tbe ward eigh and Jackson, and west of St. I ot. James' streets, net—The portion of the ward north and tbe guilcv, oast of St. James', f Filth and Shockoo creek opposite ict—The portion of the ward north Marshall and Clay, east of Twelfth ;oe creel: and west of Eighteenth ointment or Registrars. luigon has made the following ap of registrars for the city of liicb utred by tho recent action of the their re-division of the wards or CLAT WARD, cinct—J. B. Gibbs. recinct-J. L. Timbcrlake. ecinct.-K. M. Crump. MONROE WARD, cinct—James K. Fisher. recinct—R. B. Wood, ecinct—David B. Jones, recinct—John J. Crotcbiield. MADtSON WARD, cinct—Chas. P. Laughtop. t ecinct—W. W. Stover. Jcinct—Jomes H. Pecor recinct— W. Plomer Sretter. JEFFERSON WARD. :inct—Winston F. Rogers recinct—William W. Wood. icinct-W. A. Gresham recinct—C. W. Otey. MARSHALL WARD, sinct—John J. Cannon, recinct—John F. Shinberger. JACKSON WARD, •inct—Jas. M. Macon, •ecinct—Montrose Ann-Ie cinct—John Hagan, Jr. aces of Registration. wing are the places named for in the several wards of the city i Monroe Ward. Fist Precinct—On Second street, belwooa Ca ond Canal streets. fV-ond P ecinct—At Tinsley's shop, corner Thi and Qra c streets. Third Precinct—Ou Broad street, near Fischer drng-etoro. Fourth Product—At I.accy's shop, corner Thi and Mai shall streets. Jefferson Ward. First Precinct —On Franklin, opposite Twelf street, in Law Bui ding. Second Precinct—Old Market Hall. Third Precinct—Corner Twenty-third, and Ma Fourth Precinct—Near Union Station church. Madison Ward. fkjt Precinct—Ou Seventh street, between Broad and All,shall. j Second Precinct—Kugine House on Brood slroot 1 between Niu'b ami Tenth. Th,',, pjeenct- bj Bank street, near Ninth. Feun x Precinct- Ju Main Btreet, between Seventh I enl —glilb. atreeta. First Precinct—Wostbam Heine, cbrner Laurel ard Lary s.roots. Second Pnciuct—Cjiner Broad nod Henry streets. Third r ecinct—-Timbeilakii's atore, on Brook Marshall Ward. Firat Precinct -At Rockotts. Second Picc'uct—Corner Broad and Twenty-fifOi I Third Precinct—Corner T«euty-iiixtli and II Jackson Ward. J__" P'fcinct-Brook avenue, letwoen Leigh I -street- nnu the bridge. Second Pi-ecin, t-Corbin'a store, on Second, be tween Jackson aud Duval streets. Third Precinct— Carpenter shop, on Seventeenth street a ijovo V enable. Republican Superintendents of Rccls trattou. " Tho Republican Executive Committeu have 11] pointed tfio fallowing superintendents : i™**?' Ladoibill, general superintendent. Joseph Cox aud Jacob Cohn, assistant general anperin tendon ts. Jl' \ V ,", ta !r'"l' "••'"'"tondent of Clay ward. li . K. 11. iiudso i, superintendent of Monroe ward. James Irvine, superintendent of Madison ward. —iptaln D. Callahan, superintendent oi Jellerson ward. ' Major J. J. Johnson, superintendent of Marshall K don Boyd, supoiiu tondent of Jackson ward, nmittee headquarters and general super aents cilice Room No. 5, Law Building. "JOUVKN'B INODOROUS KID ULOVri CLI.AN Klt.—By il. aid gloves can be quickly apd ra ly cleaned ami made equal to new ; even when badly soiled tbey can be readily restored. It is usay of ap. plication and la perfectly free Irom any odor. Ifnr sale by druggists _■__ £~„ , ~.,,.;. dealers. l , rjc „ j i 4 couta- a bottle. THURSTON'S IVORf PKARL TOOTII PO\.D_i; ia stiougly raatc—mended ss the beat dw I knoiru. It cleanses md preserves tho t:<et.'i, : the gums, aweeti.ua the breath; and, contuiuin/ •„, acid or gritty suhaUuce, is perfectly nannies*, anil can bo used daily with great advantage. Sold by all druggists. Price, 2-5 and to cants per bottle, THOMPSON'S po/rfA I X OI'TIMK. _, M dressing for the Hair Is nil that Is rehired ; purely vsgoWble and highly parftunsd, n sofiaus, Improves and beau tifies the Hair, strengthens the MOSS, Kid srrvrs lta rich, glossy appear., ice. | ditlgglsis Price, C.i and fj , ,-,. i,, , ~r bottlo. NEVER SAY 1 YK OR "NOT A Dl'E;" But «„k <r PIIAI.ON'S VITALIA OR SAiVAWOJ* FOB THB HAIR. (Examine ii, jou will div It clear; liskeit, you will s, c thai i: has -..., sedlmsnt apply t to j,„.r bend, i, _d, whtsksn , r mostsob*,, tf rey or grizzled, __ t ,., uu) ., r Ul ., v wor#De&N tm , y ■ ii rstura t, mem. -♦ .— . KPBI.TAL t'OTlCK—Person | wishing the STATU >URN\L lelteaily and regularly -I tluii- places el' bus!nous or reib'enri-a, hy rei-poesi'dc (ariiers, will please leave llielr orders with JOIINfcTON _ _sttO__r, NswsdeaJsra, 918 Main Street. 1 BANKRUPT Donoil, -- _>-_ »__ 42 1' " ; I N , T-'JI ~,BTK,C T COURT OF THE l-NITMI -SI H...1 ihe Eastern District of Vli iv the manor or Robert C Stover, bankrupt-in bitiLriiptey. * To whom ft May Concern :-Thc TlirlllTilAll -l..bn B rowlsr, ol Alpxaniliii ,„,i,iiv, v . „„, i,.,, ~ ■">';— of Ms appolntmiMit ss assignee of «h's estate orll. C. Btnvor, ol Fauquier county, \ irglnia. who was ou tlio 31st of March, IBTI, adjudged n bankrupt upnn hia own petition hv lbs I't.trlrt rrrart of aaid district. Dated April 29,871. my I—M3w JOHN g. FOWLKIt, Asalglieo. I 'iJ.'lL D ' dTUlc ' f OOUitT Of TIIK UNITED i bTArhS, ,or tile Eastern District of Virginia lv the isM.tst of Alcxaudcr Bar-by, bankrupt— in ' auK.uptojr, ti •. J°a? '"" ;i v M»/Ooncern I—Ths undersigned, David M. Hunter, of Louisa e'ty, Va li nutico of liia appointment va assigns ol ths citato of Alexander higby,of Louisa county, iv said district who was; on ths 30th day of March, IS7I, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by tho District Court of Baiil diatrict. Dated Alexandria, April 2'i, IS7I. , „., DAVID M. HUNTER, my 1-M3w Assignee. tn tub District court op thk united J 4 fatatonor i.io Eastern District or Virgln"n. In the matter of John Vlaltou, bankrupt— In bankruptcy, j t, T" • W ! , . om " May Concern:—The undersigned. Davids!. Hunter, or Louisa o\y, Va. hereby gives I notice ol hla appointment as assignee of the estate of I John Wnltrn, of Louisa couuty, in Bnid district I wnowas, on the 30th day of March, 1871, adn a bankrupt upon hl« own petition by tho Diatrict Court ofsaid district. Dated Alexandria, April 29,1571 my 1-M3-.V DAVID M. HUNTER, Assignee. IN TIIK DlSTii OT COURT OF TIIK UNITED STATES for the Eastern District or Virginia In tho matter of Thomas W. Hix, baukn it-'n I bankruptcy. ' I To VVliom it May Concern :—The ntiderslm, ,1 rVm. 11. AJldordloe, of Richmond city, hereby gins I ■or bis appointment ns aisignes of t—) fis.ats i. V>. l!ix,„t Priuco Edward c'ly, in said ilis- I rho was, on tho »th lUy of March. 1871, "d a bankrupt on hi» own position, by tho Dia ourt of faid diatrict I Richmond, April :9, IS7I. , _~ WM. U. AL—JERDIUE _Jeiir M i!L__ Assl-piae. IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF TIIK UNITED Stn.ra fort io I'rstern District or Virginia Iv the r—i.ter of Ro. M. Campbell, bankrupt—ln -bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:— The undersigned W '('I irk, of Frederick c'ty, Viv., hereby gives uotrce or In appointment aa assignee or the estate of Ro Jl Campbell, ol" Frederick co'tv, In said district who was, on the 3d day of Feb'y, IR7I, adjudged i bant; upt on his own petition by tlio District Court of said district. Dated Winchester, April 29. 1871. my I—Mow w L. CLARK, Assise,. . . —i—— ,—_ 212:1 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STAMM for ihe Eastern District of Virginia. In too mau,»r of J I, Parsons, baiikront—in biiukruptcv. Eastern District of Virginia, an: Noliceis heresy 6 ven tout a liool meeting ol the creditors or tho said J L Parsons, bankrupt ror the pmpoasof declaring a divideud, will bo-held at Hlcbiii.ind.at tho office or W W Fi.ibes Km o-.e of the Registers iv Br ikruptcy, In aaid iftcl.ict on Friday, tbe 2,1 day of Jnrie, 1871, at 10 o'olock A. M iii.ic.-.oidaucewlth tlio provisions of tho I,7th and 38th sections of the bankrnptcv net of March 2nd, 1807. Dated at Richmond, liiin C9i.li day of April 1871 ~ „„ JOHN AMBLER SMITH, ap l» s»si | Assignee. 20,13 I N Til E DKTIUCT COURT OF Til X UNITED J. States .or .be Eastern Dlairict of Virgin'a la t'ro matter of L U I'.ovmiles, bankrupt— In bankruptcy. * Eastern District of Virginia, ss: Notice is heieby given than final meeting of the creditors or the said L H Rcnvalds, baukrupr lor the purpose of declaring a dividend will be he'd' at I—ti-mond, at the office of W. W. Forbes Esq one of lhe Registers iv Bankruptcy. In aaid dlairict' on Thursday, the Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., 111 accoidance with the provisions of the 27th and zSih eections jf tlio bankruptcy nci of March 2nd, 1807. Dated at Richmond, this 29th day of April 1871 JO—N AMITLER, bMITII. — a PJJ'~ Mw Asii-rcee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT 9F THE UNITED I Stales i r tlio Eastern District of Virgin—. In the ma<'ler of Sterling p Thrower, bun', rupt— Eastern District of Virginia, ss: Notice is horeby given that a final meeting of the creditors of the sard Sterling l> Thrower, baiikrnpt for the pin pose of declaring a dividend, will bo held at Rloh—nnd, at tiio office ot W W Forbes, Ksn , one of the Registeia In Bankiuptcv, in said ij'strict. on ihuraday, the 27t1l day ot May, 1871, at HI o'clock A. Jl, in accordance with the provisions of lhe 27th R«d iWlh sections of the bankuiptcy act of March DateJ at Richmond, the 291h day of April 1871 29-"' JOHM ASIHLBiI, BMITII," TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITBD -*- STATES for tho Eastern District of Virginia In tho inattor of Robert C. Site. bankrupt-In Eastern District of Virginia, ss: Notice Is hereby given that a iiual meeting of the croditora of tho said Holieri 0. Sale, bankrupt lor tho purpose of dcclniing a dividend, will be held at Richmond, at tho office of W W Forbes Hedster '" in said district, on Sniiirdiiy. ihe 20th dv» or May, IS7I, at 10 o'clock A. M, 10 ac cordance with tho provis.ona of the 271h un.l I Bth aectioi s of tho bankruptcy act of March 2d, ISG7. Dated at Richmond, this 201h day of Ajuil 1871 _n~_2_ JOHN AM ULER BMITH, I THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED ITES ."ovtho Fastern District of Virgin'a In tho mailer of Hyman Ltvy, baukru'ut—in uptcy. *' F m District of Virginia, ss: tice is hereby given that a lino' meeting of tho orsol the—id Hyman Levy, uank'iipi lor liie so of dec'-iing a dividend, will beheld at lond, at the office ol \V. Y7. Forbes Epii one of -egletera in Bankruptcy, In aaid' dii.i'vi ou ny, the 23d day oi May.ISTL, at 10 o'clock A accordance with the provisions oi' tho 17th and' octiona ol tbe bankruptcy act or March 2d, id at Richmond, the 29th day or April IS7I JOHN AMBLER SMITH,' 110- Involuntary. HE DISTRICT OOUPT OF THE UNITED TES for the Eastern D' ~.i. , of Vi.vinla ihe matie. of J C D.a 1.0 c. ar» vs. Jos. Mayor • oi—ln bnnl-rii.itcv. ' IIOM IT MAY CONCERN: ho uuo'ei-aiguod, 11. S. Moitoo. of Richmond a, hereby gives no.'-c or ~,s uiipoiunneut juee oi" tue estate o." Jc;. Mayo.-, o,' Hen ico , iuaaul I'istlic,, woo v.- ou the I,'. i d»v riary IS! "dinejed a bans c,h oa ibo mil .1 CD, ile c, rJs, oy toe District Court of said k 1 Richmond, April Bth, 1871. III! lllSi'iUC'L' COURT OF THK UNITED TES for the Eastern Diai.c. of Vu-ginhi, In oe ma.ior of Charles liual, baukniol—in ptcy. ■ * •luiiond, on the —th day of April IS7I OMIT MAY 00.YOERN: ". 10 "- B to take nojice liereliy, th.it a petition baa -wit: on the 23th day of Ap. il, 1871. filed in itrict court by Chaues Hunt, of R'c imond Bald district, who has been herororore duly I bankrupt, oncier the act o Congress ontilled toostablißuaroo c uniform system of bank thioiighout the United States," approved ml, 1867, tor a discharge and certiflcino there all nis debts and other claims provalileurnii ■- I and Ibat le B.u day of May, 1871 at 111 11 ie YV W Fuibc-i .1110 o," the ~ 1 bankruptcy, al his od'ce iv Kicliniond Iv district, la the time and iilace—signedfor'the o- Ibo same; woen and where yon rimy atterd w cunse, if any yon have, why lhe prayer of tho said petiti.nor Biiiuild not be fc.anted You are also hereby nov'tied, that the second and third meetings ot tho creditors of said bankrupt will be bold at tbe same time and place. . Register In Bankruptcy ap 25—Til2w for 3rd eonit'l Dist. of V». FN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED X STATE j tor tho Fiateru Dlstrie; of Vlrrinla In Hie matter o Williamson Burnett, bankrunt— 111 bankrnp.ry. ' TO WHOM 11' MAY CONCERN: This is to ;ivo not ; ro t'oa. I have filed my iinal ac-' connts aa as»iguee of ' c esiate of Willtuiu.ou Bur nett, bankrupt, In raid coori, and that ou the Hub day of MAY next, I sua'l apply to tin, said o ml 1,,. hire John F. Cobbs. Register iv Bankruptcy, at bis offlco in Lynchburg, Vu, f„r tho settlement of my said account', and tor a discharge from all liability as a-sigme or said oßtate, in accordance with the M^chi;":! o^ 1 .' 9 "* mu;u " of lUc ' ; '*" k, ' ui>t aa " ""—? a , t , , ,' Vu -' lh3 ? *th day of April, 1871. ap 26-Wxw L.jr.IIAYMOND.Asaisne.. ~~' f i64 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for tho Eri.„-r„ District of Virginia I" the matter of Isaac Overbey, b-ilikrunt—ln bankruptcy. " ' ■astsrn District or Virginia as. Notire it b, i.-i.v ( iveu tieit 1, ~1. ,-,1 meetlnjT 1,1 the crediiors si wie aaid Is.mc Overbey, bankrunl I lor Hie purpose of declaring a dividend will las hebl at Bis—s»nd al the olllce of W. W Fori,. . ' Itegißter In li-mklupt.-y. la said district, on Friday' ! t'ie2Btn —j ,1 May, l«l, at 10 o'olock a m In' m j-.'.itn-.i »ith ih»pr»VßHonsoftho27fh see Hon of the baukrupt act ot Maicli 2,1, Dated at Richmond, thia 27tii day of April, 1871. „ M WOOD BOULbIN,J«. ap _-Kw Asilgnee. I T : i_ T " R d'strict chut oi- tiik initkd I STATES, for the Western District of Virginia. , , IB th» matter of Charles Fipps, bankrupt I —in bankruptcy. To Whom itMiijCiiieorn:—The niidei i vim Page, o'Abinjdoo Vt'oshlngton co'.y, Vt ginla, - gtves no.ice o.' i i appointment as asabrnee of ' I byli •'• .'■-.". f mytl unity, n t, who Was, o.i tbe 2 1 ,) ;i y „f Maico, 1 il, arHndged a bankrnn. on id own petition by the Dis tret Cmrt oraald diitiic. Dated Ablnedon, Va., Apri' 2d IS7I. ap 28-F3W WM. PAGE, Aaaignee. 3 11 thk iirTTßirr ooltt of thw united J. STATES, .or Ihe Western District o. Virginia. ill _s ma. er o.' BetJ unin lledpaih, bankrupt in bat"viuptcy. ToWbtuii it Mnv Concern:— The uuderdgned, "m Pagj, of ." .i -ij.loo Washington co'jy, Virginia, hereby givei no. cc o," „ a appointment as assignee orthe esiite ol Benjamin ricJpnih, of Polo»k> co'ty, dis.ire, wno" was, on tie 2d day of ,'ln.b ! 1871. adjudge! a lankrun, on his own pclitiunby the District Court o,'said t ist.'c. Doled Abingdon, Va., April 28, IS7I • ap2B—F:iw WM. PAGE, Assignee. 4 IN THB DfITBTCT COURT OF THE UNITED Jl States ,'or tee Wests, j D.strict of Virginia. n Tie matter of Hie has' W.'-o'ev, bankrupt—ln j To Ifhi nit May Concern :—Tho undersigned, Wm I og,». io A,i ngdou, Waslmi ~on co,. Vu. t hereby gives oi his npp-iiitri ent pa assignee of tlio catato Of Michael Wiseley, of Wythe county, Vlr- Eju'n, .n said district, wno was. on tho 2d day of Mirth, 1871 adjudged » bankrupt on Ms owu pstitlo i by .be District court or spid district. 1 igdon, Va., Aoril 26,187. sp 21—F3 W WM. PAGE. Assignee. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 1 STATUS, for tho Western District of Virginia. Ir the mn.ter of Janus McJessoo. bankrupt I —in ber uiui.cv. I To Whom : t May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm I Pa c of A„ -"don, Washington conn.y, Vn , boreby I givcino'i lol'hia anpoinlmo it as assignee of the ■> s ' u 8 °f James McJesfoc, of Wise county, in •*■,'"• distiict, who win, on too 2d day of Match I'.l.adj tinged bnnkrrp on bis own petition by the I DiaUtCt Com of s. 1 v oisirlct. Dated Abingdon, Va , Apr I 2G. 1871. ap 28-FSw WM. PAGE, Aaaignee. I IS TIIK DISTRICT Co"IJRT Oe' THE UNITED I 1 States ,or the Weaer-n Ilistr c ofV.i-nia. * I i i t.ie mutter of Matin G Ga.retl, bankrupt— in bauk. ep.cv. r To woo*. ; Mot Conce.n :-Tho undersigned, Wm Page,of Ao,.igdou, Wssbiigton c'ty, Va , liere by - yeauoticeof 1, appointment as nja-irnee ~r rlie f.,,i..e0f Ainitin G Garre i, of Rua«ell conn v Va in s.id dißtiict. vro vni.on the 21 dn,y of March! 187J .vdjudged a bankrupt on bis owu petition by ,ne District eotu-1 ol said d .rict 1 -md Abingilou, Va ,A p 26 IS7I. IN THE DiSTRTCT COUKT OF THE UNITED 1 STATUS o-- .be TTostron D.st.let o."'v:.-ginin Io the ma.—r or Henry M Spana'er, bankrupt-in liankiii.i oy. *" 7 I'm I May Concorn:-Tho unde-signed. 8,-o! Ab-'ngi'on. Wa<hip,tr:oil c.v. V-.. here io coo. ,iis, ,i loininio'ips.", i meo the Henry M S.._m»!er. o." 1 -and iarn.v, in r.cl, wno w i, o.i t,ie ?\ dny of Manh, I'li.ied a ba.k.rpt oa i i owu petition by let court of said Hs—las. 4'oingdon, Va., Ap .1 f"l, IS7I. B DISIT.rCT COURT OF THB UNITED for the Western D'slrlcta ' Virginia, ut:o ir tier of John A Garret,, bankrupt irnotev, v am it May Concern :—The undersigned, Wm A.iin-don, Faah!Dgton county. Va . hereby oe of hi- appointment us assignee of the os lohn A Garrett, of Km sol connty, in aaid wno was, on tho 2d d»y of March, 1871 a bankrupt on his own petition uy tbe Dis rt of said district. tbingdon, Va., Apiil 26,1571. * 3 » WM. PAGE, Assignee. — ■ — ! DISTRICT OOi'RT UF THE UNITED SH, for the Wctoi-n District or Virginia. a mailer of Boiling Hawthorne, bankrupt iriiptcy. om it May Concern :—Tho undersiirnod, Warn abln-ydnn, Washington cor itv. Va. herohy cc ot his appointment as assignee of tho oe. il __: Ilaw.hme of Pnhulrt comity, in said w.o was, on lhe 2d day of Mnicb. 1871, p ti.iukrupt on his own petition by Ine Dia .. of said district. I'liugdon, Va., Apiil ail, 1871. w WM. PAGE, Assignee. 1 DISTRICT CQttBT OF THt UNITED !S foraho Eastern District of Virginia mal.er of William D. Bai'troil, oankrupt— p.cv. Vnoni it May Concern :—The underaigned eflebowor and Jo in 8 'We , both of Alex luty. Virginia, bo.i ,i give notice o.'tbe'r .-vi us ussi;.-nee ioft io esiato o," Wf' rm D. it Frederick conn '» in ttio Western D'a irginia, who was. on iue 27. h day of Jan cy, 103—1 a'j.Hitirup; ou lis own petition by i lluint 1,," said district, .pril 2','J, IS7I. SAMUEL HEFLEBOWEB, JOHN 8. FOWLKR, Asalgne-. DISTRTCT COURT OF THE UNITBD for the Distiict of Virginia, matter of Micbaol Airhart. bankrupt—ln :y. mi it May Concern :—The undersigned Iderdlce. o. Richmond city, Virginia, berc otice ot ids appointment _ assignee of the lichae 1 A' nart, of Roanoke c'.y iv aaid ho wu< on tlio lO.h day of March, 1871, a bankrupt on his own petition by the ourt of sait' diatrict, . ichmond, April 21, 1871. WM H ALLDERDTCT, iw Assignee. DIHTIUCT COURT OF THE UNITED or tbe District of Virginia, c matter or James A Watson, bankrupt— m ,t May Concern— Tbe undersigned nuet o: Princo Kdwald co - .y, Va. beieby :eof ■_,i appi.-intn.eut as ass guee of tbe Us. A. llatsou, oi I'iiucoEtiwa v c iy in ft, who was ou too 4th day of February d;;ed bansrnpt ou bis o*u petitlun by t Court o" said i': S i.let. irmvil'e Ami' Si 18.1. Bw P W -rcKINNEY, Asalgnee. j,ISTT!ICT COURT 0/ THB UNITED Io ■' 'o Easie n Ijistrict of Virginia, io —alter o." U „ Malburn, bankrupt—in '•■strict of Vi'ginia, ss : lereby notified ..hat a aeooad general moct crediiors of toe s id ban ..uiH, wi'l be fo'k, in said dielrict ou tbe I', i day of it 12 oc'ock M., at je offlco of Benj. B ~ one of the llegis.eis in Bankruptcy in :, for ,ho purposes named in the 27th ond is of the bankrupt act of Maicu 2d 11,67 Norfolk, Va , tho 20.h day o ' April 187 l' w FM WHLTtSUUIhT, Auiigneo. 2 DISTRICT COURT OF THE States, for tlio District of Virginia. matter of L D Ilradloy, bankrupt—j u i it may concern:—Tlio nndersigned Wm :o, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives appointment as asslguee of tha estate of 1, of Henrico couuty, in aaid district, j tbe Wth day of March, 187' adjudged on his owu petition by the District I district, •juiond, April 21, IS7I. WM II ALLDERDICE, DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITBD for the Oistclct of Virginia, rattev of D W Moseley, bankrupt in [ IT MAY CONCERN— ligued, W,n. U. Allderdice, of Richmond in, hereby gives notice br his appoint gnee of the estate of D W Moaeley, of try, in said district, wio was out „ Match, 1871. adjudged a bankrupt on ion by the Jistrict Court of said Dia. inord, April 21, IST). WM. 11. ALLDKRDICE, Assignee, let Court of the Uuited States for the Istrfot of V'i'ginra. iiat,eio Alvey, Coale k Co, vs. Aaron rupt—-i bank'iiptey. M-.y Concern:—The undersigned, Dru -0 D lisuburne, of ChanottesvlPe, Vo. ' hereby glveno.'ce of their appointment as assignees' or the oitato of Aaron Brunn, of Charlottesville Albemarle co'ty, v, said district, who was, on the -lib day of February, 1871, i d|ud- : ed a bankrupt upon the petition of Alvey, Coale A C>. by the Dis trict Court for the Eastern District of Virginia Dated at Clinrloltesvillu, Vo.. April 13th 1871 DUUUV WOOD, 0 1) FI3IIBURNB, op 14— lowSw Ai-signee*. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF .HE UNITED J WAVES for tho Diatric o ' Virginia. In loe matter ot Thomas II Brown, bankrupt—lv biiitiruptc.v. By a dooi as in the übovo suit, rendered on the 12th May, 1 ii too v—assigned, ra Spectal Cos*. Jii.sioeor of saitl court, ia re,]wired to take an ac- I Oi all ll,e liens with their priorities, ou lhe late of sold b.,ii_-upt j and bo bas accordiog ly, Hxsd npou WKUNBSDA ', the llllli i ay ot May, II I '. :., lb., inno for taking said urcouut.at hi* oluce, in 111* :ov,ii t,I Djiivillti, Va., to ha i-oiiliuued Irom day to da) rill coin doted; at wuieh tinio aud place tnaoredi iof lain bauk.upt bidding lioue on hia l_l estate are no tided to attend, prepared lo prove I llieir respective li -na. Ul\eu under my band, this 12th duy ol April. 1871. WM M MOSkLKY, *r 4»*w w r|>oc'i_i lAjuuiiiMioiier, 1 aAILROADN. lIKNNSYI.MANIA CENTRAL RAILHOJ Mter 8 P. M . SUNDAY, Die. «. 1870, the trains of I tin. Pennsylvania Central 1 .llro.ul ioavo '.ho Depot, I at Thirty-lirst and Market streets, which la reached I directly , • the Market street cars, the lr-1 car con necting » ih each tiain leaving Front and Market streets, thirty niinotis before ils departure The Cites.mi. a,mi Walnut street Cora run within one •qnare or (lie 1 ,[-01. Sleeping I >r Tickets eon lie had on application ot tho licket Office, northwest corner o.' Ninth and I Chestnn I streets and a. the Depot. /-.euis of the .iitiou Transitu-Coaupany will coll r or I and i cltier baggagont the Depot. Orders left at Ho. I 2iil t.e tnui Mnetor 110 Market atreet, will receive TRAINS LBAVB DEPOT, VIZ : Pltlßbui-g Express V?:l\ A. M. ! J*oek i: vc i and *'niliaKxpross 9:40 " Pool. Accom 10.10 A. ... and 1:10 and 7:10 P. ». Uorrisbnrg Accommodation 2:50 " Lancaarer Accommodation 4:10 " j Paike.auurg Train fc&O •• Cincinnati F iress 8:00 " Brie Ma • a-u liuffalo Express 9:60 *• Pacrfc >;..)iesa 10.00 " Way Pasaeof,c- _10JO M n M|,il '" Tm dail J' forming on Saturday night ™V, mrooit only. On Suudav night passel e.i w. I leave 'iii'ade'pjio at lP:io P. s'. <- ocnnati and Pec Jc Exnreaa leaveß dolly. All otbor Irolna dai'f. except Sunday. T'e Western Accomodation Train runa daily, ex co.Hium.i-. For this train tickets muat be nro cu :e- anct baggage delivered by SP. M at lit) Mar ket-stieot. Silm.ay T a'a No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 6:40 A. F.j err.vespt Pao lot 9:40 A. M. Sundw T„ in No. J etna I'o.ladelphiaato::)7>. M., arrives r.Pao'- I s. i:.O ", Mn bonoay ', .am No. 1 leaves PnoU ot 0:50 A. M.; or- ibia —5:10 .'. M. Sunday "\oln _?•• fSiV . r f" *' iMp - M - : »"•«• " rnilodel- I pn a at 6:20. . K. TRAINS ARRIVB AT DEPOT, VIZ.: I Cincinnati Express 8-10 A M Philadelphia tlxpresa !."""!"" 7JOO " Pao, Accom.. "-i»»_4_L,'l_S_£i 6:40 P. M. I PoiLe-aburg Train 900 Aif I Fast Line, Luffalo Train 9-50 '•' I-oscaster Tcair 1400 noon Erie Fxp.e ._„„..._ 6.45 P. U. d * H, - Ten and Blmira Express 6:45 ' Psciflc Express 8-26 " HouJiern j£xpress .1 Harrisonburg Accommodation 9:40 " for further informal 00, anoly to JOHN P. VANLKER, Jr., Ti_ke. Agent, 901 Chestnut Street. FKANCIS FUN I, Ticket Ageu. - • 6 Maiket Btrest. SAMUEL .1. WALLAOU, T.cne, A;cnt at the depot. IJHII.ADBLPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. WINTER TIMETABLE. On and alter MONDAY Decornher 6, 1870 ths trams in tho Philadelphia aud Erie Railroad will I run as fo lows : WE3TWARB. Mail Train leaves Pbilodelohia 9.40 P. M. " Wil'lamaport 7.25 A. 11. 1 a rive it Erie 7 40 P.M. I Brie Expreesleaver Po.ladelpbia 12.40 P.M. " Wilt'amspori 8.50 P. M. 0 4 " . arrlveelErle 7.40 A.M. Blmira Mail leaves Puiladelphia 9 80 A. M. " WtT-rosport 6.36 P. M. arrive al Loc . Javen 7,60 P.M. Moll Train leaves Erie 9,00 A. M " " V'illiamspoit 10.05 P M „' " arrive at Philadelphia 060 A.M. Ere Express loaves Brio 9/0 p. _r. " " Wllllamsport 835 a!m. I„ «• , arr.ve al Philadelphia 630 P.M. Buffalo Expresi leavea WillHamsiport 12.35 A. M Mil.'on 1.60 A.M. ' nrnvo at Philadelphia 9.40 A. M r.xpress, Mail and Accsnimodatiou, east aud west connect at Cony, and all west bound train! and Mail ant Accommoda. on east of Irving-ton with Oil Creek 1 and Alleghany River Pil -oad. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN, Gonoral Superintendent. VORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THE SPORT MID )LK ROUTE to tho Lehigh and Wyoming Vol'eys. Northon- Pennßylvnnn, (Southern and Interior Fork, Blmiro, Buffalo, Corry, Roch ester, the 0.-eat Lakes and tho Dominion of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Take] effect November 21, 1870. Fiteeu Daily Traina leave Passenger Depot, cor ner Keiks and American atrocts, (Sundays excepted) 7.0) p.m. (Accommodation) Tor Fort Washington «■* li .»— >"■ (Fx press (for I e.hlt hem, Allentown Mauch Coujt Wilkesbarre. Malmuov Cly Hsir'e ton. Pittston. vowaude. Wave.'v red jtlniiru anil in connecllon vr' n lhe ,JJaiß R«-LWA'" for .dnffnlo Hiasai-a Fa'l,. RocheS—r, C'eve'and, Chicago, San Francisco, art 1 1 1 poin'i id lhe Giooi West. 8:2r,.-. 1, . (Accommodation) or Doylestown. 9:45 r. m. (jtxpi-svi) for Be.h ehem, Baston, Allen tor;.!, Ua laooy*Cl.y, Mauch Chunk, Wllllamsport Vt.lLe.berie, Pi.is,on, Scranten, Hockettstown' IScnooley's MouoiainJ, anil New Jersey Central and Uo.'i'is and Essex Ra.lroirds. 11 :00 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington 1:16,6:20 and 8: up m. f or Abin lon. 1:45 p. m. (Express) tor lie.hlehem, Boston, Allen town, clench Cliuck, Mahanoy City, Wilkoebarre Pitis'on and fasieton. ~ 2:10 >. vi. (Accommodation* for Doylestown. Ad. t-:~0 n. m. (Bethlehe..i Accommodation) for ■jOile.iem, Easton, Allentown, Coplay and Mauch 4:16 i. m. (Mi) for Doyleston. v '',; ":. fo ' **"'>l«hem,J Easton, Allentown, 6:20 -.->. m. (Accommodation) for Lansda'e. 1 : On. m (Accommodation) Tor Fort Wellington The Filth and Sixth s;reet, Second and Third street and Uniou Lines City Cars run to tho Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 5:65,|10:35 a. m. j 2:15, 6:06 and 8:25 Doyleston : '. 8:30 a. ni., 4:40 and 6:35 p. m Lansdale n 7:30 c. hi. Fort Waso og.on ni 9:20 l:20 c. ra., and 310 p n Abington at 2:35', 0:56 and 9:3 j p. m. ON BDNDAYSI. PhilnJi Iphia for lleih'ciciii p.. 9:30 a. ni. rallai'slphfe ,0- Doylestown a. 2:11 p. ni Doyleston for Philadelphia r : 700 a ni II". - for Pirladelphio 11. 4:00 0. m. sts told and basgage choc ken. Ihiongh '■> prln alms, ri. Mann's North Pennaytvania Bags— r» a Office, No. 105 South Fifth atreet. , „, ~..„ , KLLIS CLARK, Agent. nibor 21,1570. ' * KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. GRAND LODBB. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Llngou B. Allen Grand Chancellor ; U. C. G.Uartman, O. r! I. 8.; J. E. Vaughan, G. Banker. Repreacnto to the Supieme Lodge—W. 0. Wads D W uon.Wil'iaui '. Tyaon. BDBORDINA ("B LODGES. a Lodge, No. 2 mcc a every Monday night in oueal'. it. V.-B'azeb:ook, V 7. 0. miuion Lod o e, No. 4, meeta every Tuesday i.) Pyihlrn Hell. C. E. Wiugo, W. C• C tac.'ar'ano. K. 8. c Lot ,o. 5 meets evory Friday night In ia'l 'dock. J. lfcCarthy, W. C- Dr Jinlrer itt, R. 8. ' •"•""" Lod<;e, No. 7, meeta every Friday night at I'aj ha". Twenty fltih s.rcet. G. Watt Tayl'or I T. V,"i ey Davis, R. S. I Lodge, No. 12, meets every Thursday night ear hall corner Second aud Broad BtreeU sa JKp.is,W. C. Dd i.odge, No. 12, mocti every Thuredov '," p .>' tuian H "»- M. P. Handy, W. C; J. P. ia Lodge, No. 15, meets every Tuesday night -toUTU.O—I. Chts Duuckcr, W. 0.; Charles idje, 1,0.17, meets every Wednesday night In l " ,*?»''. W. C. Carrington, W. 0.; W. J. :k, ];. 8. Friendship Lodge, No. 20, (Manchester), meeta in ■ngine _ louse every Thuradav night, B. 8. Oar doza, W. C.j W. R. Gary, R. 8. '"— - — r r°* L !' THB CREDITORS 0. W. W. KBEN, oTarxlram t, ?x-T. UoSlil 0t WM - tt CLAIBOKNE Sm. uJI? „ AND AS "*KTINO LIcIMS ACA'NST I, S, B ii' 1 JWi'i-KTi" StIRRENDKRBD'BY SAID RWTC,* THB TIU ' B o>f HIS BANK - Pnrsnant to an order entered on the 6th day of 1 April, 18,1 inibeOißtrtc Court of the United SUtes. Iv tie maUor of bankruptcy of Will.am O C'oi borne notceiaiieioby given to all thee 'ditora of tho snd C'j ,orno, or W. W. Keen, who claim to have liens 011 the real estate surrendered by said Claiborne in bankruptcy, that tho 13.h day o, May 1871, and tbe office of John F. Cobbe, In Danville I Vo., uas been designated by the said District Court as lhel time nnd place at which iuo aaid creditora, or any of tbem who de* 1 o to do bo, shall appear and enow cause, if any they can, why the sale of said real eatate made to Bam'l O. Tardy thould not be confl.-med, and the title to the same be conveyed without encumbrance to hirh. up 20-Th4w THUS. B. OOBBS, Aaalgaee. 6 1700 N TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATUS for the Eastern District ot Virginia. In tbe ma tor of Madison Rechcsou, a bankrupt —in bankruptcy. A ; Yorktown. Vr this 27th day of April, 1871 TO WHOM IT JA . CONCERN : Please take notice, time c petition has been pre sented to the Hon. J. 1,. Waterman, one of the Ueg tei-B of said Diatrict Court, In Bankrnpty, by Jacob :obo. assignee of tire eatate of said bankrupt o Sell the real est,to belonging to said bankrupt' roe from all liens and encumbrancea thereon. ' I This ia to give notice to all persons inter—ted, I bat in the tonus of said petition an order has been' sailed by the Register aroresald, for all persona who oy be interested in Bild estate, ti appear before tbe said Register, at his office, Iv Yorktokn, on tbe Mh day of May, 1671, ot 1 o'clock M, and show cause, if any they haT«,wby snch order should not be Richmond aud Tore Ritbr Railroad, ■) Sr/FBaisiTinDENT's Officii, > Richmoud, Va., April 29, 1871. J /change of schedule-daily line. On end after MAY Mb, 1871, tho TRAINS on this road will run as follows: PASSENGER TRAINS Leave West Point doMy ot 0:00 a in Arrive nt Richmond " 10:55 " Leave Richmond M . oOOpm Arrive at West Point " '...MS FREIGHT TRAINS WITH PASSENGER CAR ATTACHED. Leave Rlchmord dally (Mondays excepted) at 4 a m Arrive at Weat Point oally " •' at 7'0 M Leave West Point da 'y " " •• 1p ni Arrive at Richmond i.aily " a « i. Trains connect dsily at West Point with flrßt-closs Steamers for Baltimore, and all points North aid West. Fare from Richmond to Baltimore, $5.00. Through Bills o'Luding given io all points North and South. Freig.it rocoived daily and promptly forwarded. I Porsonß going by thla route got a good night's rest on most com ortablo boats, with tables nosnr pn-tsed by any, and arrive In Baltimore In time for Northern and Western trains. On snd after May 6ih c .onnd trip ticket will he sold from Richmond to We.. Point, 'ood »a go down oo SATURDAY and re.n.n on MONDAY, for f 1 76 Ir-ny persona mov enjoy line a It wo er both ies; Point. Batiiing-liouses will be fitted up. ,e'a me open for tho accom mode 'on of guests rato pi 'ces. PHILIP T. YIATMAN, General Ticket end Freight Agett 1. Rbach, Superintendent. my i IAPBAKH AND 01' T 0 RAILROAD, id after SUNDAY, A.irll 30th, PABSEN3ER i leave R'chmonu (Sundays excepted) as foI f.W.—MAIL TRAIt for SUunton, con .!•- Go'dnnsville with Orange, Alexandria ipssas ttaln for Washington and North and li grind Sou.h. t an will run through to White Sulphur TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR- P. M.—ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for nil's. AY TRAIN le vol #.i 8 OA. M. or Gordons- I meciiajfor. c No., i aad Sopib. 'UGH TICK_i3 at 'ow lalea, sold U all io- th, Weat ono t.ontiiwest. cc Information may ~c obialned a; the com ffi oeß. A. F PERRY, General Superintendent. ?. NITHEKLAND, Genoral Ticket Agent. ap 29 MOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD — 'ANCK OF SCHEDULE.—On and afte I CO, 1871. GOING WEST, No. I(Thron-rli Passenger) 10-.yes Richmond cept ftundays) ai 4 A.M.: leavea lanvlllo at II.; arrives at Greensbo o' at 1:",2 P. M. No. 3 (Lyncoburg Passenger) leaves Rich illyat9:lsA.M.; erives at Lynchburg at No. 6 (Through Mail and Expreaa) leave i dairy at ZM P. M ; leave Darrvil c da ly P. II.; arrive at G.eeasboro'daily ot 12:&» GOING BAST : '■'■< 6 (Through Mail and Exnress) It ivo no dai'y at 2A. M.; le: ye D: nviilo dm yot i.; aiiiveet Richmond us I- r. 12:80 P. al, . o. 8 (Toroujh Passenger; 'caves Greens 'v(except Suadsjs)rt 11:05 A il: le vo Dan :27 P. i.; arrive a; Rlchmord a. 6:16 *>. it. No. »(L -ochbu.-g Passenger) leaves Ly.'Ch 'ly a. 8:30 A. li.; leaves Du-kevilie at 1 P. yes at Rlchmo t at 4:00 P. M. Nos. 1 end 6 connect at Greensboro' with in Nor.,i Carolina Ra 1 rood for oil i lints r o. 3 connects r I Bnrkevillo with Train on . s ssippi aud Ouio Railroad for al l points :'. aid Sorab. JG_ TICKETS to all points Sonth and it can be procured at the ticket office iv .pers that have arrangements to aiivrrli.e lulocf this company will please print in JNO !\ MACMURDO, General sceigh. and Ticket Agent. 1871. LE OF TRAINS OVER THE SHORT LINE ND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC ROUTS, POINTS NORTH, EAST, AND NORTH WEST, i Ns». I.—Through Me il Train, via. Waeh eave Depot, corner o." Byrd and Eighth oily at 1":45 p m ; arrive in Richmond l _o. »,—Through Moil Train, v'e, Wash avea tho Depot, Conner of Lyrd anu Eighth oily (Sunt ays exceptea) r , C:« ■• m ; ar ichmoud (Mondays excep.ed) a. 3:30 a m. IGH TICKETB and THROUGH BAGGAGE, alt the principal points in toe North, East, lwest. 4T TRAINS leave Richmond on WEDNEB -1 SATURDAYS. 3OMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond •rd, will run doily (..undoyo excepted,) le depot, corner o' Broad and Eighth 4:30 p m, and arriving in Rich-oud at t COMPANY'S OFFICE, cornor of Broad General Ticket and Freight Agent vsas, General Superintendent le 13—tf E, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS _ after SUNDAY, January 29,1371 ore daily passenger tl a i will run between WASHINGTON and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordonsville with the Ciiesapeake and Ohio Ra<lroad to Richmond, Staunton and lhe V.iginia Springs: ot Lynchburg for treWoßt and Southwest, and at ..-ashlngton to the .forth and Northwest ' Le ye Washington dai'y at 6:66 a. m.. end Alexan rii» «:8r m., arriving i. jaynchburg tt 6:05 pm. t Leave ynchburge. B:26am, arnvo atAlexaudrlo 5:26 p m. aud at .Voabington at 6:15 a iv For JIA. ABBAB LINE leave Wasjlng'ton daily vcenting Sunday) ai 10:30 a m ; leave Alexandria lil:_i o _i, pass ■ teasburg at 4:20 j m. and arrive Hurr .bn.gnt 7 p m. Eastward, leave Haivlsonburg at 6:80 a m• pass Htrasburg at 9:26 a m, arrive a. Alexandria r';rsß p m. and at Washington m lime for connecting with the 3 n m train Irom Washington to Baltimore Good i connections, by comforlab o coaches are made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax station • to Middleburg from Pleins ; to Upperrille from Piedmont, and to Staunton fiom Harrisonburg Both tue Eastward and Westward bound trains make connection at Straaburg with the Wiu cheßte-onuStraaburgßallroad to Winchester Har per's i-ev.y Ac. ' ElegM. seeping cars are run dally between New loi k and Lvnchburg, wkuout change Also, cars through between Baltimore and Lynch burg, nvoidiag the inconvenience of transfer iv Wsshiugton. Through tickets and baggage checked te r'l promi — h '— tf Gererai Ticket Agent ■|-\IRECT PASSENGER ".OUTS BETWEEN JJ RICHMOND AN.) Tl 1 LOUTH, SOUTH WEST AND NOBTHWE.T, ViA ', H a ViRHINIA AND TKNNFCJEJt AIR-i 4E RAILWAY. Tins Great Passenger Route is composed of the Richmond and Danville railroad, Virgin'o oud Ten nessee Consolidated Railway Line, East Term avee aud Virginia railroad. East Tennesaee and t eors-ia larlroad, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad Mem pins mil Charleston railruai and o.her connections Passenger trains leave Richmond dol'y (Sundays excepted) nt 9:15 a. ni., making c'oso connections throughout toLyucuburgonds.otlous on Soutbside railroad, Bristol aud s.a. oils on tbe Virginia aud Tennesaee ra'l.oad, Knoxville, Docotur Co loth Grand Junction, Memphis. New O.'eous, jto, Can.on, Jackson. Vickaburg, Mobile, Patron. At lanta, Rome, Seinia, Macon, Columbus and all po.nU South aus> Southwest, Nnsbjillo, Columbus, Chicago Louisville, Jackson, Tennesaee, Cairo, St. Louis and Eta No th aad Northwest. igh tickets good until used. ige i bfciked through, md elegant a'eeping cars on all night trslus eating nouses and ample time for meals, ower man by any other route. irthe- information, apply at the oMce of the .and Tennessee Air-Line Railway, 1326 llaln r at tbe office of the Richmond and Danyilv :aNDRIA, LOUDOUN AND HAIIPSHIR KAILKOAD. IMEtt ARRtNG„MENTB. BEGINNING APRIL 1 IStO. RAINS DAiLY (FXOBi'T SUNDAY) RE SEN ALEXANDRIA AND HA'iILTON Alexandria at 8 a m and 6 p m. Leov nat iri. and 1i.30 am. Leo'v, Leesbur at 0.26 a ni and 12i6 p m. Toe 8 a m train .iom Alexandria and 11.30 a train Irom Hamilton connect with Kemp's Dai Line of Coachsafor Purcellville, Suiokeravillo, He ryv, le.aud WltKfhes.er; alao, with Reainer'a Lin m .rf,?"' wh ' oll „ , " ave3 —_bur« dolly for 801 l Mill, Aldie, and Middleburg. Ou and after June I twenty stages will run daily to Oapou Springe trains arrive at Alexandria at couvenlen for connections with Washington and Bait the same day. From Alexandria to "g U 00 I Winchester $3 00 • °»P 25 I Ball's Mill 2 26 ,* on 1; *26 i Aldie„ 276 l,T, "« 1 '■* 75 Middleburg 8 25 lis per New York, PhUade'nhia, or Baltimore an. Railroad or Expresa, to" core R. H. Hoveu enerolAgentot Alexandria, will be forwarded ac road lice o. chace lor commiaaion. mutation UckeU oetweeu Alexandria and llmuiilou, and all intermediate stations, ot low rote. Round trip tlcketa, good only for day of issue, be tween Alexandria oud Hamilton, and between ihooo and iutermediote points, ot reduced rates. ioi-ly 8«nsr»l inpsrintendo-t. j PSTKAJISHIPS. i STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ahips OBORGH P. UPTON ami « YDS leave Now York every TUESH 'AY ot S o'clock P. M., trom Pier leave Richmond every TUESDAVa ilgh tide, lections made with steam -ra fir i Eastern porta. 1). J. BURR, President, k Co., Ageuta. Richmond, Va iorth river, New York. ap ' YORK.—OLD DOMINION BTEA SHIT COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheel Blramshi|is ISA BELL, ALBEMARLE, BARATOC.A, IIATIV.RABn NIAGARA leave Now York fcr 1J» folk. City Po and Richmond every TUjCSDAY, TIILn«DAYa SATURDAY, a.l o'clock I' 11. Leave ".Ichmond every TUESDAY, FItIPAY a SUNDAY otbljhtlde. There ab'ps aro entirely now, ami were bnill pressly for this route. t They have snlendid saloons and state-reoms, a tie accommodations and attention are unsurpassr, Goods s lipped by this line ore landed regnlarly New York, on tho Company's covered pier, 37 No Elver, wi.hiu for.y oight ham*. Insurance effected wnen ordered, at a QUAIiT Of ONB I'BR CENT, at lhe offit c ol lira company Freights for points beyond New York fcrunt. srlth dispatch,and no charge mode, except aetna expenses incurred. 43-Forfurthor information nnp'v to JOHN W. \, YATT, Agent, If 6—>ts - No. 3, Goveruor alreet RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALI MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, November 21st, 187 trains will leave Depot, coiner Broad stree and Washington avenue, ns Inline s: Way Mail Train at 8:30 a. m. (Sundays c cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regul Connecting at Wilmington with Del.viva Railroad Line, at Claytonwith Smyrna Bran Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Ra road, at Harrington r/itb Junction and Brea water Railroad, at Sea r ord with Dorcheat and De'aware Railroad, et Dolinar with Eas em Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury wit Wicomico and Pocom-iko Railroad. Express Train at 11:15 a. in. (Sundays c cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, sto ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre Grace. Connects at Wilmington with tra for New Castle. Express Train at 4 p. m. (Sundays excep ed), lor Baltimore and Washington, stoppin tt Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymon Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, El ton.North East, Charlestown, I'erry ville.Hav de G, ace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's, Edgewoo Magnolia. Chase's, and Stemmer's Run. Nigh", Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), f Baltimo-e and Washington, stopping rt Che ter, Thnrlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilmin ton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Pc-rryvil Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia. Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfol will take tbe 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations between Pbiladelph and Wi'mington: Leave Philadelphia at 11 am, 2:30, 5 and pm. The 5p m train connects with l)el»war Railroad for Harrington and intermediate st tions. Leave Wilmington st 5:45 ami 8:10 a m, 2, and 7:15 p m. lhe 8:10 a m train will not stop between Chester and Fhi'ailelpliia. The 7:15 pm train Irom Wilmington runt daily. All other Accomodation Traina Sun days excepted. I'rains leaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p m., will connect st Lamokin Junction with tbe 7am and 4:30 p in trains for Baltimore Cen tra' Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a m, Way mail. 9:35 ft ra, Express. 2:35 p m, Express. 7:25 I pro, Exnress. SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE. I Leave li.'timori) at 7:25 p m, stopping at Magnolia. Perryman's, Aberdeen. Havre de Grace, Perryville, Charleston, North-East, Elkton, Newaik, Stanton, Newport, Wilming ton. Claymont, Linwood and Chester. Through tickets to all points west, south, South-west, may be precured at Ticket Office, 828 Chestnut street, utder Continental Hotel, where also staterooms and berths in sleeping I cars can be secured during tho day. Persona purchasing tickets at this ollico can have bag gage checked at their residence by tbe Union I Transfer Company, . H. F. KENNEY, Snperintenifcnt^ PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTt Commencing MONDAY November, 21, IS7O. Pas aengsr Traina will loavo piosident Stleet Depot va Woy Hail Troin for Philadelphia aud Way Stations I ot 7:26 a. m. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at l:-5i m. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York »t 2:10 p.m. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and Inter- I mediate Stations at 5 p. m. Express Train for 1 hiindelpbiaat 7:25 p. m. Express Train "or Ne-; York at 10:40 p. m. I .„*.„' Pnllade, P !llttat 7:25 p. m, lor Now York at 7:25 a. m. Tro'n cannocts at Now Castle Junction with trru for oil Siationa on Delaware Railroad and otPerryy le.or a'l Stations ou Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. 8:26 o. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit „i*,"' O . P . m . Trai, "' t forryvil'o for nil Stations on lliilodeipbia and i: .l.imore Control lUi'road and at Wilmington for Stations on Delaware Railroad be- I tween Wilmington and Harrington. Through Tickets may be procured either nt Presi dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Oilico, No. 17 Balti | more Btreet. Secured seats in the reclining back cor and bertha or aute rooma in sleeping cars procured at Haiti -5_ r £ s , treßt ° fflco *"""« «'« day. On application at 1« Ila trrnore street the Union 'l.ansier Company wil call for anil check baggage tt private reaidences, __ _— " tuo coa f— 'on a, tending tho same at . General Agent. ■VrORTHBRN CENTRAL RAILROAD. _! C.ioad ofler SUNDAY, December 4, 1870, Trains will leave aa Wows: . —JOo-m.—Kail dal'y (excoot Sundays) for the Weat »—< North to Buffalo aud Niagara I'a'la. 12:40 p. m.—Fast Line dally (except Suudoys) for the West and North to WHliomsport. fi 4 — p " -•— Dail J' (except Sundays) for the West. 10:4) p.m.—Daily tor the Weat. North to Buffalo Kochoster. Niagara Palls and the Canadas ? L 1 )? ,or WesUira Maryland Road at 8:00 a. m. an-l 1 3:80 n. i. . Traina c- Gettysburg at 8:30 n. n and 12:40 v. m. trains for Hanover i 8:30 a. in., 12:10 and 3:SO p. vi ,I'— or Cn -l*>rland Valley Road at 8:30 a. ni! ami Ix4o p. m. _ _ ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. For York daily (except Lllndavs)—3:3o pm. Per Parkton da . (except Sundays)-6:30 p ni. TRAINS ARRIVE JN BALTIMORE From f'e West anu North—2:3o and B:16 am 12-.10 2:45 and 0:16 >■ m. ' York Accommodation—lo:ls a rr. I Parkton Accommodation—B:2o o m. For tickets to all points North and Woat apply to Calvert Station and at No 0 North Calvert Btreet. General Passenger Ac-nt AI,FRE» R. FISHE? " I __ General Superiuteudont. T1 HE BALTIMORE.'AND OHIO RAILROAD, I iy° U * n< ' after Bum, ay, U— •Tune, 1870, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be run uotweeu Baltimoro oud WueeLng oud Paikeiabur;;, aa follows • a.. l ?* MAl '* TRAIN . f" "'1 "ay pointa, east of Piednioot, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun- I a»ya)ot b:00 A. M.; iotarnug>ill orriio at Lnlti more ot 6:05 a 11, The 8 A. M., Train connects with Straeburg nud Horriaonbnrg y a Manassas Qap Railioad. The PAST LINE will leave daily at 4 P. if • „. I turning, vii| arrive.-it Boiliniore ni 8-20 A M ' • The CINCINNAW EXPRESS will lenve i'nl.'iiuoro daily at 8:45 _PM.; l-e.uruing will orrl,, u t Balll »l_-2_-»-»«Mal AroM l^'W , ACOMMO UATION TRAIN - i'l lea vo Baltlmoie daily (except AM y ' ...—.: returning will arrive at 10:40 Tui MOUNT AIRY ACCOMOMDATION TRAIN will leave daily (except Sundays) at 6.01) P. M ■ re turning wi I leave Mount Airy nt 8,14 A. M.! and arrve a.; Baltimoieat 8:30 A. M. P B MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20 ss_lot__i?t^|^'' - * rt « ■" ""» FOR HAGERSTOWN AND FREDERICK. Leave ot 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:05 p. m.; returning Will arrive at 8:<0 and 10:10 a. SB. and 6:05 p. _. FOI WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. Leave Baltimore atS.liOu. m. and 4:00 p in -re turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. m. and C:(IC p. in ' ' FOR WASHINGTON. Leave Baltimire at 4:20, 6:08,7, 8:10 and 1130 a m.,ond 2, 3:60, 4:45 aud 8:L'0 n, m. FROM WASHINGTON. Trains leave at 6:45, 8:0(1 and 9:'_>s a. ni. and 1" 45 2:50, 4:10, G.4l>. 7:45 end I) p. in. FOR AN! APOLIB. I—«ve Baltimore at 7 and 11:30 a. m. and 4:45 p.m. leave Washington at 0:45 uud 0:25 a. in. and 4:10 p. In; For further information, Tickets ol every kind *c, apply to J. T. England, Agent, Cauidou Station' or at th. Ticket Office. JOHN L. WILSON, Master of Transportation.