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—i —•[ \ FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1871. t A Trllante to Darwin. Thia ia suppoatd to be a brief conversational serine between a thoughtful American male parent anl hla boy, at a popular slow : While vUwtt g this menagerie, Il smiles you'd from your pa win, t I'd have you bear In mind, my sou, | The works of Mr. Darwin. When yonder creature reaches for ' Your treasured cardy chunk, ho Kilobits -inch a hand aa wore I Our own auctatral monkoy. So do not mock ot him, my child, Nor tn your spirit Jeer him, But allow a filial reveronce Whenever you are near hlni. Selection, evolution, they' In diatance being Bunk, he I Would be exactly like yourself, ] And you yourself a monkey. "I'll heed your leßaon, dear papa, I And treat the creature kindly, And look on him (aa be on va, It's likely) uot ao blindly; Po» who can tell but that in turn, Whi • atarlng from h s bunk, he Thinks your'e a cyncccplialous. And I'm your little monkey," FRKE DISCUSSION. B.lcf pointed Utters upon all Bubjocts of publio interest will bo welcome hero, If written plainly, on one aide of the Bheet J Our Washington Letter. Washington, D. C, May 4th, 1871. To the Editor of the Slate Journal. Our government is about to make an effort with the Canadian government for the release of the Fenians now remaining in prison in Canada. There is much dissatisfaction exhibited on the part of the various claim agents here at Washington with the course pur sued by the Southern Claims Commission. It was anticipated generally by the claim agents that the action of the commission would be final as far aa tho government waa concerned, and it was only Decessary to satisfy the commission of the validity of a claim to assure the claimant a settle ment, but it now appears that the judg. meut of the commission is only an indica tion of future action, aDd that the commis sion acts in a double capacity—that of judges and attorneys for the government. Thus far there has been over five hun dred claims filed, aggregating to rearly two and a half millions of dollars It will be remembered that tho commission is only authorized to consider claims for stores and supplies actually furnished tho army, aud no notice whatever is taken of claims for seizures unless ordered by a com petent officer of the army, for use in the army, or for auy damage or dopredation committed by the army. Census report, revised, full and com plete, is expected to be iv by the first of next month. It will rlouUloas exceed, by on, me report ten years since. It will show, that of the 109,199 inhabitants of Washington, there were born in foreign countries, 13,557 ; in the United States, 00,038 white, 35,391 colored, 13 Indians. Of the native-born population, 8,120 white and 9,272 colored people are natives of Maryland; 5,591 whites and 14,263 colored of Virginia, and over a thousand whites of Massachusetts. The foreign-born popula tion includes natives of almost every coun try in tho world. Two of the ladies whose names the board of registration for our late election refused to place upon the lists of voters, have [entered suits against the registers. Tbey claim five hundred dollars each as damages, alleging that tbey are citizens of the United States, of proper age, residents, and entitled to vote in tbe District of Col umbia. Hon. A. J. Riddle, a prominent lawyer here, and formerly a member of Congress from Ohio, has been retained as their legal adviser. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. One of the most certain indications of a bad cause, is to find its partisans forced to the necessity of making use of the false hoods and artifices to sustain it. Of this nature are the calumnies aud misrepresen tations invented, and disseminated by the Democratic loaders, against th» finnnoial policy of tho present administration. While on the one hand they disclaim •gainst the Republican party on account of the war debt, and consequent taxation, corruption in office, and misappropriation of public funds ; on the other they raise a hue and cry against the existing financial policy, by which, they admit, the debt is being rapidly diminished, thus refuting tbeir own allegations of dishonesty on the part of those entrusted with the manage ment of the national finances. A proposition to change present burdens to the shoulders of others, has iv all times and countries been a highly popular and comfortable proceeding, especially amoDg the rabble. The Democratic leaders counted upon this in 1868, when they made the generous proposition to pay off the entire national debt with greenbacks, and thus make money plenty, and at the same time relieve the people from the payment of the interest. Fortunately, the great intel ligent, conscientious majority in 1868, could not be deceived by this thinly dis guised repudiation scheme, and it is for them now to consider, whether iv tho fu ture the proper basis of financial manage ment will be to stop reducing the debt, dismiss tbe present honest officials who advocate its contraction, and turn the whole machinery over to Democratic and Confederate custody, or to continue the present policy of applying ao honestly col lected rovenue to the liquidation of our honestly incurred obligations, thus sustain ing the public credit and good name, and keeping the country upon its present souud financial basis. THE DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. It was a favorite saying of an old col ored man living down in Kentucky, that "Blessed are those who expect nuflin, for they aint gome to be disappointed," but with regard to the manifesto of tho Dem ocratic leaders in Congress, it was differ ent. Its forthcoming had been proclaimed in tbe East, South, North and West; on the hill-top and in the valley. Yeß, the great flat of tbe Democracy—wonderful document —about which so much had been said, and of which so much had been ex pected, and which was intended to startle the whole country with its sublime wisdom was coming. It was not expected that any new principle would be embodied in tbe forthcoming proclamation, because the Democratic party, to be true to its best interests, must be true to its past record, •nd there the rub, —the new issuer; it dare not champion ; old ones it dare not cast aside. The mountain labored long, and brought forth what? Nothing—absolutely nothing. After four weeks of severe labor, or, as one of tbe dailies of this city says, 'just long enough to hatch goslings," the Demo cratic members of the Senate ar.d House of Representatives, have issued, what they are pleased to terra, "an address to the people." The whole address is but the repetition ofthe same old* hobby, upon which the Democratic party have been trying to ride into power for uwriy ytars, but fortunately for the country, although unfortunate for them, thia pet scheme will uever win, and is it to bo wondered at ? The events of the war, with ita causes urnl consequences, are too recent, too fresh in the minds of tho American poople, evor to allow that party to control their destinies, who, when they had the power, proved treacherous to their trust. The people will still c-intinue to put their faith in leaders, whom thoy have tried and found competent ami worthy, rather than trust to 'thobe on the other hand, whom they Imve trier! and Kund in competent and unworthy. Life: K> rs ol Hi- Worklngmeu Opening to Their True Interest. 5, 1871. Tn th* Editor of the State Journal. votiug and co-operating with tho De mocracy ; a party whoße history proves conclusively its antagonism to every mea suro proposed for their advancement, pe cuniarily, morally or intellectually. A lo gical reason can only be found in the pre emption that it is difficult to break iv upon established customs and prejudices harbor ed for years. The day, though, is now dawning and ight breaking in upon many who have ong dwelt in political darkness, and the effect is evinced by daily accessions to our jarty—from the producing classes. We nean tbe mechanics, artisans and laborers, ho men who create, foster and encourage he wealth and substantial growth of any country. To those of the class to which we allude, who have not learned their true interest, wo would say, peruse carefully the politi cal record of the Republican and contrast it with that of tho Democratic or Conser vative pirty. If we narrow our argument to Petersburg wo think a few facts will convince even the most skeptical of tho advantage to be gained by assisting the majority to gaiu control of the city govern ment. While the Republicans managed affairs, public schools, unequalled by any in the South, were put in complete work ing order in every ward. Tbe old Pocahontas and Campbell bridges were replaced by substantial iron structures, that, without an earthquake, will stand beyond many generations. The streets, from one end of the city to tho other, were repaired and placed in a con dition that even tho Conservative editors wore forced to speak of in terms of com mendation. And all this aud much more at less expense than tho present usurping or gerrymandering Council has entailed upon the tax-ptycrs in accomplishing no thing. unito solidly with your Republican friends, break down a ring of munied men tbat has ruled but to benefit its members, and to your groat dig- Richmond, May 4, 1871. To the Editor of the State Journal: I am very sorry to havo to chronicle to you the following incidents which occurred a few days ago in this city : A young wo man working as helper in one of the to bacco factories in the lower section of this city was struck by one of the proprietors without tho least provocation, aud at the time he remarked that, "As soon as the State militia is raised, we will whip you negroes as before." lam quite sure that this man has never felt the effects of recon struction, and that it is about time he began to regard the rights and privileges of others; is it a fact, that because we lived among your wives while yon fought tho battles of an unholy cause, and did not dare to raise our hands to strike for our own liberty, that we will allow ourselves to be taxed to support a militia to crush us and deprive us of our just light ? We will never do it, and let it be romembered that when the time shall have come it will bring and leave many sad recollections for this Commonwealth. Respectfully, &c, Jas. H. Anderson. BANKRUPT NOTICES. 1 IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the Western District of Virginia. In the matter of Charles Fippa, bankrupt —In bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undersigned, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointmeut as assignee of the estate of Charles Fipps.of Smytbe county, iv eaid district, who was, on the 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition hy the Die trict Court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871, ap 28—F3w WM. PAGE, Assignee IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the Western District of Virginia. In the matter of Berjamiu Redpath, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern: —The uudersigned, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington co'ty, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appeiutmont as assignee ofthe estate of Benjamin Redpath, of Pulaski co'ty, in said district, who was, on the 2d day of March 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871 . ap2B—F3w WM. PAGE, Assiguoe. 4 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED Stateß for tie Western District of Virginia. In the matter of Michael Wiseley, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington co., Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of Michael Wiseley, of Wythe county, Vlr gin'a, in said district, who was, on the 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis owu petition by the District court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871. ap2B—F3w WM. PAGE, Assignee. 7 IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for tbe Western District of Virginia. In the matter of James McJebsee, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—The undcrslgnod, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington county, Va , hereby gives notice of his appoiutmont as assignee of tbe estate of James McJeasee, of Wide county, in sai 1 district, who was, on tho 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged bankrupt on his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va , April 26,1871. op 28—K3w WM. PAGE, Asslgneo. a § IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Western District of Virginia. Ia tho mnlter of Martiu G Garrett, bankrupt in bankruptcy. To whom it May Concern : —The uudersigned, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington c'ty, Va., here by givos notice of h>s appointment as assignee of the estato of Murtiu G Garrett, of Russell county, Va , in said district, who vas, on tbe 'J i day of March, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt ou his owu petition by the District court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va, April 26,1871. ap 28—F3w WjH.jMGK, Assignee. 6 TN THB DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 1 STATES for the We-.tren District of Virginia. In the mutter of Henry M Spangler, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May C->uceru:-The undersigned, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington c'ty, Va, here by gives notice Ol nfs appointment aa assignee of the estate of Henry M Slangier, of Blaud county, lv said district, who wis. on the 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition by the District court of said dlhtrict. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871. ap2B—F2w WM. PAGE, Assignee. 2664 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of (apM Overbuy, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia ss. Notice is hereby given that a general meeting of the creditors of the bald Isaac Overbey, bankrupt, tor tbo purpose of declaring a dividend will be held at Richmond, at the office of W. W. Forbes, Register in Bankruptcy, iv eaid district, on Friday, the 26th day of May, Iffl, at 10 o'clock a in., fa accordance with the provisions of tin* 27th tect'ou of Ike bankrupt att of Marc i 2d, 1867. Dated at Richmond, this 27th day of April, 1871. WOOD BOULDIPfcJs. . apitJ-Fxw Adijnse * The City Wards and Their Bounda ries. To keep up with the different moves of our present inefficient Council, requires constant watchfulness. We give the following bounda ries and precincts of the wards ss lint laid off: 01AT WARD. Ist Precinct—All that portion of the ward situated west of Belvidere, north of Main, west of Henry, and south of Broad streets. 2d Precinct—That portion of the ward north of Broad, west of Henry, and south of Leigh streets. 3d Precinct—That portion ofthe ward north of Main, west of Adams, south of Leigh, and east of Henry streets. MOftROK WARD. Ist Precinct—All that portion qf tho ward east of Belvidere, south of Main, and west of Fifth streets. 2d Precinct—That portion of tbo ward north of Main, east of Adams, south of Broad, and west of Fifth streets. 3d Precinct—That portion ofthe ward north of Broad and Leigh, east of Adams and St. Peters, south of Jackson, and west of Second streets. 4th Precinct—North of Broad, east of Second, south of Jackson, and west of Fifth .streets. MADISON WARD. Ist Precinct—All that portion of the ward north of Broad, east of Fifth, south ofthe gully running east from Fifth, and net of Eighth streets. 2d Precinct—The portion of the ward north of Broad, cast of Eighth, south of the gully run ning east to Twelfth, west of Twelfth streets. 3d Precinct—Tho portion of the ward north of Main, east of Fifth, south of Broad, and west of Twelfth streets. 4th Precinct—The portion of the ward east of Fifth, south of Main, west of Twelfth stroetr a llrnari, and west ol fifteenth streets. 2d Precinct—The portion of the watd east I of Fifteenth, south of Broad and west of Twen tieth streets. 3d Precinct—East of Twentieth, south of Broad, and west of Twenty-fifth streets. 4th Precinct—The portion of the ward north of Broad, east of Fifteenth, and west of Twenty-fourth streets. MARSHA!,*, WARD. Ist Precinct—All that portion of the ward east of Twenty-firth and south of Main streets. 2d Precinot—That portion of tbe ward north of Main and Broad, east of Twenty-fifth and Twenty-fourth, and sonth of Clay. Sd Precinct—That portion of the ward north of Clay, east of Twenty-fourth. JACKSON WARP. Ist Precinct—All that portion of the ward norlh of Leigh and Jackson, and west of St. Peter's and St. James' streets. 2d Precinct—The portion of tho ward north of Jackson and the galley, east of St. James', and west of Fifth and Shockoe creek opposite the gully. 3d Precinct—The portion of the ward north of Broad, Marshall and Clay, east of Twelfth and Shockoe creek and west, of Eighteenth streets. Appointment or Registrars. Judge Quigon has made the following ap pointments of registrars for the city of Rich- CLAY WARD. First Precinct—J. K. Gibbs. Second Precinct—J. L. Timberlake. Third M. Crump. MONROE WARD. First Precinct—James R. Fisher. Second Preoinct—R. B. Wood. Third Precinct—David B. Jones. Fourth Precinct—John J. Crutchfield. MADISON WARS. First Precinct—Chas. P. Laughton. Second Precinct—W. W. Stover. Third Precinct—James H, Pecor. Fourth Precinct—W. Plumer Qretter. JEFFERSON WARD. First Precinct—Winston F. Rogers. Second Precinct—William W. Wood. Third Precinct—W. A. Grcsbam. Fourth Precinct—C. W. Otey. MARSHALL WARD. First Precinct—John J. Cannon. Second Precinct—John F. Shinberger. Third Precinct-F. L. Moore. JACKSON WARD. First Precinct—Jas. M. Macon. Second Precinct—Montrose Angle. Third Precinct—John Hagan, Jr. Places of Registration. The following aro tbe places named for registration injhe several wards of the city: Monroe Ward* Vl'nt Precinct—On Second street, between Cary and Canal streets. .-'(..'■oud Preoinct —At Tinsley'a shop, corner Third and Grace streets. Third Preciuct—Ou Broad stneet, near Fischer's drug-store. Fourth Precinct—At Lacey's suop, corner Third and Marshall streets. Jefferson Ward, First Preciuct—On Franklin, opposite Twelfth btreet, in Law Building. Second Preclect—Old Market Hall. Third Precinct—Corner Twent>-thirJ and Main streots Fourth Precinct —Near Union Station church. Madison Ward. First Precinct—On Seventh street, between Broad and Marshall. Second Precinct—Eugino House on Broad street, between Ninth and Tenth. Third Precinct—On Bank Btreet, near Ninth. Fourth Precinct—On Main street, between Seventh an-I Eighth stroets. Clay Ward. First Precinct— Westham House, corner Laurel and Cary stroets. Second Preoinct—Corner Broad and Henry street*. Third Precinct —Timbeilake's Btore, on Brook avenue. Marshall Ward. First Precinct -At Rorketts. . EecoudPrec.net—Corner Broad and Twenty-fifth streets'. Third Precinct—Corner Twenty-sixth and M Jackson Ward. First Precinct—Brook avenue, between Leigh street and the bridge. Second Precinct—Corbin's store, on Second, be tween Jockson and Duval Btreets. Third Precinct—Carpenter shop, on Seventeenth street above Venable. Republican Superintendents ol" Itegls tratlou. The Republican Executive Committee have ap pointed the fallowing superiutendcuts : Jesse j. Undeibill, general superintendent. Joseph Cox aud Jacob Cohn, assistant general superintendents. L. N. Peterson, superintendent of Clay ward. Dr. E. 11. Hudson, superintendent of Monroe ward. James Irvine,"superintendent of Madison ward. Captain D. Callahan, superintendent of Jefferson ward. Major J. J. Johnson, superinfendent of Marshall ward. L&ndou Boyd, superintendent of Jackson ward. Committee headquarters and general super intendent's oflice Room No. 5, Law Building. JOUVEN'S INODOROUS KID GLOVE CLEAN ER.—By Its aid gloves can be quickly and ropeatod ly cloaned and made equal-to new; even when . adl v soiled they can bo readily restored. It is easy of ap plication and is perfectly free from any odor. For sale by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price, 2§ cents a bottle. THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POWDER Is strongly rsacommended as the best dentifrice known. It cleanses and preserves the teeth, hardens tho gums, sweetens tho breath ; aud, containing no acid or gritty substance, is perfectly harmless, and can be used daily with great advantage. Sold by all druggists. Price, 25 and 50 cents per buttle. THOMPSON'S POMADE OPTIME. as a dressing for tl.o Hair Is all tbat la required; purely vegetable and highly perfumed, it softens, knpTOVM aud beau tifies tbe Hair, strengthens the roots, and gives it a rich, glossy appearance. For ;sale by all druggists Price, 35 and 7ft cents por bottle. NEVER SAY DYE OR "NOT A DYE;" But ask fur PIIALON'S VITALIA OR SALVATION FOR THB HAIR. Examine it, you will flnu it clear; shake it, you will see tbat it has no tediment, apply It to your head, b?ard, whiskers ur mmtaches, if grey or grizzled, and the color ihey wore before they aded will return to them. SPECIAL NOTlCE.—Persons wishing the STATE JOURNAL left early and regularly at their places of bufeinesit or residences, by ruHponsible carriers, will please leave the ir orders with JOHNSTON A SELDEN, Newsdealers, 018 Maiu Street. BANKRUPT WOTICKS. DISTRICT COURT OF THB UNITED BTATSB fur lhe Weslern District of Virginia—in bank* ruptcy. In tbe matter of Daniel P. Jones, bankrupt. Western District of Virginia, ss: THIS IB TO GIVJb NOTICE, That on tho 19th day of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was Issued oat of the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Virginia Rgainstthe estate of Daniel P.Jones, of Th ax tons, Bedford county, in said diatrict, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition :—That the payment of any debts, and tlie delivery of any property belonging to said bank rupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of tyiy property by bim, are forbidden by law:—That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or moro assignees of his estate, wil! bo held at a Conrt of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Abingdon, Va., before IT. C. Gibbons, Esq , Register in Bankruptcy for said District, ou the Bth day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. A. 8. GRAY, ap29—S2w U 8. Marshal for said District. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Western District of Virginia—iv bank ruptcy. In tbe matter of Holton L. Muncy, bankrupt. Western District of Virginia, ss: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That on the 13th day of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was Issued out of the District Court of tho United States for the Western District of Virginia, against the estate of Holton L. Muncy, of Soidon,*; Bland county, in said district who has been adjudged a bankrupt- upon his own potltion:—That the payment of any dobts, a««l the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by hira are forbidden by law: That a meeting of the creditors of tho said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be hold at a court of bankruptcy, to be holden at Abingdon, Va., before H. C. Gibbons, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy for eaid District, on tho 6th day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. A. 8. GRAY, ap 29—S2w U. S. Marshal for said District. 4236 r | MIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: X That on the 26th day of April, 1871, a war rant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Lawrence Pitman, of Fauquier co'ty, and State of Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt on hiß own petition:-That the payment of any debts, ami the deli* very of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, aud the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by taw :—That a meeting ofthe creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of hia estate, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at the Register's oflice iv Alexandria, Va., before Ly- Bander Hill, Esq., Register, on tho 20th day of May, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, ap27—Th2w U. S Marshal. 4iS7 rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE: JL That on the 26th day of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Addison L. Nnckols, of Louisa county, and Stale of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition:—That tbe payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property belonging to aaid bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans fer of any proporty by him are forbidden by law:— That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, aud choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at the Register's oOice in Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill, Eaq., Register, on tho 20th day of May, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B.PARKER, ap 27—Th2w U. S. Marshal. 4236 qpHISIS TO GIVE NOTICE: J. That on tho 26th day of April, 1871, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the es tate of Aithur It. Rogers, of LouUa county, and State of Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt un hia own petition:—Tbat tho paymont of any d&bts, and the delivery of auy property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the trans fer of any property by him are forbidden by law:— That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, to provo their debts, and choose ono or more*assignees of h's estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at tho Register's office in Alexandria, Va., before Lysander Hill, Esq., Register, on the 20th day of May, 1871, at 9 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKER, IpjT-jhtW U. 8. Marshal. No. 4238 THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : That ou the 2d day of M*y, 1871, 1 war rant In bankruptcy was issued against the eetato of Thomas G Waldrop of Louisa v. nut y. and State oi Virginia, who hus been adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition : -That the payment of any debth, and the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, und lhe transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law :—-That a meeting ofthe creditors of said bankiupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or mere assignees of his eatate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Richmond, Virginia, before W W Forbes, Eft]., Register, on the 22d day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock a m. ' DAVID B. PARKER, my 2—T2w U. S. Marshal. 1434 IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OV THE UNITED States, for tbe Eistein District of Virginia, In tho matter of David R Jone*, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia, ss: Notice is hereby given that a flual meeting of tho creditors of the said David R Jones, bankrupt, for th* purpose of declaring a dividend, will beheld at Richmond, at the office of W. W. Forbes, Esq., ono of the Register.) in Bankruptcy, iv said district, on Monday, the 29th day of May, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., in accordance with the provisions ofthe 27th and 28rh sections of the bankruptcy act of March 2nd, 1867. Dited at Richmond, this 29th day of April, 1871. JOHN AMBLER KMtTH, ap 29—S2w Assignee. 0 IN THK DI3TRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States, for tho Weßtern District of Virginia. In the matter of John A Garrett, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —The undorsignod, Wm Page, of Abingdon, Washington couuty, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the es tate of John A Gurrett, of Russell connty. in said district, who was, on tho 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt ou his own petition by the Dia trict Court of said district. Dated Abingdon," Va., April 26,1871. ap 23—F3w WM. PAGE, Assiguoe. 10 TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 1 STATES, for the Western Diatrict of Virginia. Iv the matter of Boiling Hawthorne, bankrupt —In bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned, Wm Pago, of Abingdon, Washington county, Va. hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of tho es tate of Boiling Hawtherne of Pulaski county, in said district, who was, on the 2d day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his owu petition by the Dia trict Court of said diatrict. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 26,1871. ap 23-F3w WM. PAGE, Aaaignee. 4iioß IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIIE UNITED States, for the District of Virginia. In the matter of Michael Airhart. baukrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho undersigned, Wm H Alldordice, ol Richmond city, Virginia, here by gives notice of hia appointment as assignee of the estate of Michael Airhart, of Roanoke c'ty, in said district, who was, on tho 10th day of March, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition by tho District Court of eaid district. Lated Richmond, April 21, 1871. WM II ALLDERDICE, ap 21—F3w Assignee. 4180 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for tho District of Virginia. In tho matlor of James A Watsou, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern —The underaignod, P W McKonney, of Prince Edward co'ty, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of Jas. A Wataon, of Prince Edward c'ty, in said district, who was on tho 4th day of February, 1871, adjudged bankrupt on hi* own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Farmvillo, April 21,1871. ap 21—F3w P W McIUNNEY, Assignee. IN T:'E iISTHIOT COURT OF THE UNITED Sta:es for th* Eastern Diatrict of Virginia. In the matter of H M Malburu, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. - Eastern District of Virginia, ss : You are hereby notified that a second general meet ing of the creditors of the said bankrupt, will be held at Norfolk, in said district, on tho 11th day of May, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at the office ofßeuj. B. Footer, Esq., oue of the Registers in Bankruptcy In said iliwtrlct, for the purposes namod iv tho 27th and 28th sections of the bankrupt aci. of Marcii 2d, 1867. Dated at Norfolk, Va , tbe 20th day of' April, 1871. ap 21—ft* F M WIIITEHURST, Assignee. To Whom it may concern:—The undersignod, Wm H Allderdice, of Richmond city, Va., hereby gives Lotice of bis appointment as assignoo of the estate of L D Bradley, of Henrico couuty, in said district, who wu, on the 10th day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by the Diatrict Conrt of said district. Dated Richmond, April 21,1871. ap 21—F3w 4206 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for tlie Diatrict of Virginia. hi the matter of D W Moseley, bankrupt—in bankrupt"}*. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— The undersigned, Wut. H. Allderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives uotice of his appoiut meut as assignee of the eatate of D W Moneley, of Henrico couniy, (v said district, who was, on the 10th day of Match, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition by tho District Court of said Dia trict. Dated Richmond, April 21, 1871. ap 21-F3w WM. H. ALLDERDICE, Assignee. RAILROADS. T)BNNHYLNANTA CENTRAL RAILKfU... ■Vftar 8 P. M., SUNDAY, Doc. 4, 1870, the trains of Ok Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave tho Depot, atThl-ty-firat and Market streets, which Is reached directly by the Market street cars, the last car con necting with each train leaving Front and Market streets, thirty minut<s before its departure. The OhMtUUt and Walnut street cars run within ono square ofthe Depot. Sleeping Car Tickets can be had on application at tin Ticket Office, northwest corner of Ninth and Chestnut streets, and at the Depot. Agonta ofthe Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggage at the Depot. Orderß left at No. 201 Chestnut street or lift Mnrktt stroet, will receive attention. TRAINS LEAVE DBFOf, TIE : Pittsburg Express... ..J2.1l A. M. Lock lHavou and F-lmimExiirea* 8:40 " Poali Accom lu.lo A. M. and 1:10 and 7:10 P. M. Fast Line .12:40 ■ Erio Express 12:40 " Ilarrisburg Accommodation *:&0 " Lancaster Accommodation •••■ 4:10 " Parkersburg Train 6:60 M Cincinuati Express 8:00 " Erie Mall and Buffitlu Express »:60 " Pacific Express 10.00 " Way Passenger 10-BO M Erie Mall leaves daily, running on Saturday night to Wllliamsport only. On Sunday night pasfe-en-fors will leave Philadelphia at 10:10 P. M. Cincinnati and Pacific Expresi loaves daily. All other trains daily, except Sunday. Tbe Western Accomodation Train runs dally, ex cept Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro cured, and Lnggago delivered by 6 P. M, at 116 Mar ket-street. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A, M.; arrives at Paoli at 9.40 A. M. Sunday Train No. 2 leaves Philadelphia at 0:40 P. M., arrives at Paoll at 7:10 P.M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoli at 6:60 A. M.; ar rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Snnday Train No. 2 leaves Paoli at 4:50 P. M.; arrives at Philadel phia at 6:20 P. M. TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.: Cincinnati Express 3:10 A. M. Philadelphia Express 7:00 " Erie Mail 7:00 " Paoli Accom 8:20 A.; M., 3:50 and 6:40 P.M. Parkersburg Train 9:00 A.M. Fast Line, Buffalo Train 9:60 M 1-ascoßter Train .*...12:00 noon. Erio Kxpress 6.46 P. M. Lock Haven and Elmira Express 6:45 " Pacific Express 3:25 *' Southern Express 6:45 " Harrisonburg Accommodation 9:40 " For further Information, apply to JOHN F. VANLRER, Jr., Ticket Agent, 901 Ohtstnut street. FRANCIS FUNK, Tickot Agent, 116 Market stroot. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent atthe depot. I>HILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. WINTER TIME-TABLE. On and after MONDAY. December 6, TS7O, the trains ou the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will run as follows: WESTWARD. Mail Train loaves Philadelphia 9.40 P.M. " " " Wllliamsport 7.25 A. M. " " arri.e at Erie 740 P. M. Erie Expresß leaves Philadelphia 12.40 P. M. Williamsport 8.60 P.M. " " arriveatErie 7.40 A.M. Elmira Mall leavos Philadelphia 0 20 A. M. • " " Williamsport 0.35 P. M. " " arrive at Lock Haven 7*60 P. M. EASTWARD. Mail Train leavea Erie 9.00 A. M* " " " Williamsport 10.05 P.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 6.&0 A. M. Erie Express leaves Erio i-.'U P. M ; •* " " Williamsport 8.25 A.M. " " arrive at Philadelphia 6.30 P.M. i Buffalo Express leaves Wllliamsport 12.35 A. M •• " " Milton 1.60 A. M. " " arrive at Philadelphia. 9.40 A. M > Express, Mall and Accommodation, east and west, i connect at Corry, and all west bound traina and Mail , aud Accommodation east of Irviagton with OU Creok , and Alleghnny River Railroad. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. leORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the Lehigh and Wyoming Valleys. Northern Pennsylvania, Southern and Interior New York, Elmira, Buffalo, Corry, Roch ester, the Great Lakes and the Dominion of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Takoa effect November 21, 1870. fifteen Daily Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor ner Murks ami American stroota, (Sundays excepted) as follows: 7:00 a.m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. At 7:3.-) a. ni. (Express) for Bothl* hem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk. Wilkeßbarre t Mahanoy Oity, H&zte ton, Pittston, Towanda, Waverly, aud Klmlra, and in connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester.Cleveland, Chicago, San Francisco, and all points iv tho Great West. 8:25 a. ni. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. 9:45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Kaston, Allen town, Mahanoy City, Matich Chunk, Williamsport, WilUeßharre, Pittston, Scranton, Hockottstown, IScbooley's MountciuJ, and New Jersey Central and Morris and Essex Railroads. 11:00 a. in. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington 1:15, 5:20 and 8:15 p m. for Abington. 1:45 p. m. (Express) tor BeJilehom, Easton, Allen town, Mauch Chunk, Mabanoy City, Wilkesbarre,, Pittston ami Hazleton. 2:30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. At 3:20 p. m. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Coplay and Mauch Chunk. 4:15 p. m. (Mail) for Doyleston. 6:00 p. m. for Bethlohem.j Eastou, Allentown, Mauch Chunk. 6:20 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. 11:50 p. in (Accommodation) fur Fort Washington. Tlie Fifth aud Sixth street, Second and Third street and Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8:55,10:35 a. m. ; 2:15, 5:05 and 8:25 p. ra. Doyleßton at 8:30 a. m., 4:40 and 6:35 p. in. Lansdale at 7:30 a. m. Fort Washington at 8:20, U:2O a. in., and 3:10 p. m. Abingtou at 2:56, 6:55 and 9:3> p. m. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9:30 a. in. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2:00 p. m. Doylestan for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. m. Bethluhem for Philadelphia at 4:00 p. iv. Ticket* Bold and baggage checked through to prin cipal points, at Maun's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express Office, No. 105 South Fifth street. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. November 21,1870. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. GRAND LODGE. W. 11. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Lingan B. Allen, Vice Grand Chancellor ; H. 0. G. liartman, G. R. and C. S.; J. B. Vaughan, G. Banker. Representa tives to the Supreme Lodge—W. H. Wade, D. W. Rohanon, William J. Tyson. SUBORDINATE LODGES. Virginia Ledge, No. 2, meets every Monday night in Pythian Hall. W. V. Glazebruok, W. 0. Old Dominion Lodge, No. 4, meets every Tuesday night in Pythiau Hall. C. E. Wingo, W. 0.; C. W. Macfarhtno, R. P. Syracuse Lodge, No. 5, meets every Friday night in Marshall block. J. McCarthy, W. C; Dr. Jenifer Garuett, R. 8. Damon Lndgo, No. 7, meets evory Friday night, nt Mason's hall, Twenty fifth street. G. Watt Taylor, W. C; T. Wiley Davis, R. S. Marshall Lodge, No. 12, meets every Thursday night, at their hall comer Second aud Broad streets. Charles Epps.W. 0. Richmond Lodge, No. 12, meets evory Thursday night in Pythian Hall. M. P. Handy, W. 0.; J. P. Wood, R. S. Germania Lodge, No, 15, meets every Tuesday night in Marshall block. Chas Duncker, W. C; Charles T. Lohr, R. S. Hinos Lodge, No. 17, moots every Wednosday night in Pythiau Hall, W. 0. Carrlngton, W. 0.; W.J. Riddlck, R. 8. Friendship Lodgo, No. 20, (Manchester), meets in Engine House every Thursday night, E. S. Car doza, W, 0.1 W. R. Gary, R. S. rpO ALL THE CREDITORS OF W. W. KEEN, 1 AS ALSO THOSE OP WM. C. CLAIBORNE CLAIMING AND ASSERTING LIENS AGAINST THE REAL PROPERTY SURRENDERED BY SAID CLAIBORNE AT THB TIME OF HIS BANK RUPTCY. Pursuant to an order entered on the Cth day of April, 1871, In the Diatrict Court of tho United States, tn the matter of bankruptcy cf William C. Clai borne, notice is heieby gjveu to all the creditors of the said Claiborne, or W. W, Keen, who claim to have liens on the real estate surrendered by said Claiborne In bankruptcy, that the 13th day of May, 1871, and the office of John F. Cobbs, in Danville, Va., has been designated by the said District Court as tho time and place at which tho said creditors, or any of them who desire to do so, shall appear and show cause, if any they can, why the sale of said real estate made to Sam'l C. Tardy tlmuld not be confirmed, and the title to the same be conveyed without encumbrance to him. ap 20—Th4w THOS. E. COBBS, Assignee. 1700 IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District ot Virginia. In the matter of Madison Recheson, a bankrupt —In bankruptcy. At Yorktown, Va., this 27th day of April, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petition bas been pre sented to tho lb n. J. L. Waterman, one of tbo Keg ters of said District Court, in Bankrupty, by Jacob Cohn, assignee uf tbe estate of said bank rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens end encumbrances thereon. This is to give notice to all persons interested, that in the terms of said petition an order has been issued by the Register aforesaid, for all persons who may be interettted in n»id eatate, to appear before tbe eaid Register, at his office, in Yorktokn, on the Bth day of May, I*7l, at 1 o'clock U, and show cause, if any they have, why such order should not he granted. ap 38 -72* JACOB COHN, Assignee. RAILROADS. Richmond and Yoke Rivir Railboad, °) SirsBINTBNDSNT's OrTIGI, > Richmond, Vs., April 29, 1871.J /".HANOI OF SCHEDULE-DAILY LINK. On and after MAY 6th, 1871, ths TRAINS on this road will run aa follows: PASSKNGKR TRAINS Loavo Woet Pctnt daily at 8:00 a m Arrlvo at Richmond " 10:66" Leave Richmond " 3:oopm Arrive at West Point " 4:48" FREIGHT TRAINB, WITH PASSENGER CAR ATTACHED. Leavo Richmond dally (Mondays excepted) at 4 a m Arrive at West Point dally " " at 7:30 " Leave WestPolntdaily " " " Ipm Arrlvo at Richmond dally " " " 6 " Traina connect dally at Weat Point with first-claas Steamera for Baltimore, and all points North and West. Faro from Richmond to Baltimore, $5.00. Through Bills of Lading given to all points North and South. Freight received daily and promptly forwarded. Peraonß going by this route get a good night's rest on most comfortable boata, with tables unsur passed by any, and arrive in Baltimoro in time for Northern and Western traina. On end after May 6th a round trip ticket will be sold from Richmond to Wost Point, good to go down on SATURDAY aud return on MONDAY, for ?1 75. In thia way peraons may enjoy fine Bait water bath ing at West Point. Bathing-honseß will be fitted up. Good hotels are upon for the accommodation of guests at modernto prices. PHILIP T. YEATMAN, General Ticket aud Freight Agent. Wm. N. Bbaoo, Superintendent. my 1 p IIKSAPBAKB AND OHIO RAILROAD. On and after SUNDAY, April 30th, PASSENUBR TRAINS leave Richmond (Sundays excepted) sb fol lows : Bi3o A. M.—MAIL TRAIN for Staunton, con necting at Gordonsville with Orange, Alexandria and Manasaaa train for Washington and North, and Lynchburg and South. Thia train will run through to White Sulphur Bpringß TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR DAYS. 3i35 P. M ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Gordonavllle. SUNDAY TRAIN loaves at 880 A. M. for Gordons ville, connecting for the North arid South. THROUGH TICKETS, at low rates, sold to all points North, Weat and Southwest. Farther information may bo obtained at the com pany's offices. A.H.PERRY, General Superintendent. .lAMIIi F. NITUKIILAMi, Oenoral Ticket Agent. ap 29 RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.- CUANGE OF SCHEDULE.—On and afte MARCH 30,1871. GOING WEST, Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) leaves Richmond daily (excepi Sundaya 1 , at 4 A.M.; leaves Banville at 11:03 A. M.; arrives at Greensboro' at 1:52 P. M. Train No. 3 (LyDchburg Pasßenger) ,eaves Rich' mm.il dally at 8:16 A.M.: arrives at Lynchburg at 6 P. M. Train No. 6 (Through Mail and Express) leave Richmond drily at 2:40 P. M ; leave Danville daily at 10:22 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro'daily at 12:59 A.M. GOING EAST : Train No. 6 (Through Mail and Express) leave Greensboro' daily at 2 A.M.; leave Danville dally at 4:30 A. M.; arrive ft Rl innoml dally at 12:30 P. M. Train No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens boro' daily(except Sundaya) at 11:05 A M; leave Dan ville at 1:27 P. H.; arrive at Richmond at 8:16 P. M. Train No. 9 (Lynchburg Passenger) loaves Lynch burg dally at 8:30 A M.; leaves Bnrkeville at 1 P. M.j arrives at Richmond at 4:00 P. M. Traiua Nos. 1 and 6 connect at Greensboro* with Trains ou North Carolina Railroad for all points South. Train No. 3 connects at Bnrkeville with Train on Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad for all points Southwest aud South. THROUGH TICKETS to all point, Sonth and Southwest can be procured at the ticket office in Richmond. -fceV- Papers that havo arrangements to advert! Ie the schedule of this company will please print ai above. JNO R. MACMURDO, ap 15 General Freight and Ticket Agent. 1871. 1871. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER TUB SHORT LINE RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST, AND NORTH WEST. Train No. I.—Through Mail Train, via. Wash ington, leave Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth streets, daily at 12:45 p in ; arrive in Richmond daily at 2:20 p m. Train No. a,—Through Mail Train, via, Wash ington, leaves the Depot, corner of Byrd and Eighth Btreets, daily (Sundays excepted) at 8:45 »> m ; ar rives iv Richmoud (Mondays excepted) at 3:30 am. THROUGH TICKETS aud THROUGH BAGGAGE. Chocks to all the principal points in the North, East, and Northwest. FREIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on WEDNES DAYS and SATURDAYS. The ACCOMODATION TRAIN, between Richmond aud Milford, will run daily (Sundays excepted,) leaving the depot, corner of Broad and Eighth streets, at 4:30 p m, and arriving in Richmond at 8:50 a in. Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and Eighth streets. J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket and Freight Agent. E. T. D. MT£RS, General Superintendent lo 13— tf ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS RAILROAD. Ou aud after SUNDAY, January 29.1871, one daily passenger train will run between WASHINGTON and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordonsville with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virginia Springs; at Lynchburg for the West and Southwest, and at Washington, to the North and Northwest. Leave Washington dally at 6:55 a. m., and Alexan ria at 8 a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 5:05 p m. Leave Lynchburg at 8:25 a m, arrive at Alexandria at 5:2 a p in, and at Washington at 6:15 p m. For MANASSAS LINE leave Washington daily (excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a in ; leave Alexandria at 11:20 a m, pass Strasburg at 4:20 p m, and arrive at Uarrisbnrg at 7 D m. Eastward, leave Harrisonburg at 6:30 a m; pass Strasburg at 9.25 a tp, arrive at Alexandria at 1:56 P in, and at Washington in time for connecting with the 3pm train from Washington to Baltimore. Good | connections, by comfortable coaches, are made to Fairfax Court House from Fairfax station; to Middleburg from Plains; to Upperville from Piedmont, and to Staunton from Harrisonburg. Both the Eastward and Weßtward bound traina make closo connection at Strasburg with the Win chester and Strasburg Railroad to Winchester, Har per's Ferry, Ac. Elegant sleeping cars are run dally between New York and Lynchburg, without change. Also, cars through between Baltimore and Lynch burg, avoiding the inconvenience of transfer In Washington. Through tickets and baggage checked te all promi nent points. J. H. BROADUS, mh 7—tf General Ticket Agent. DIRECT P AVENGER ROUTE BETWEEN RICHMOND AND THB SOUTH, SOUTH WEST AND NORTHWEST, VIA IHE VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. This Great Passenger Route is composed ofthe Richmond and Danville railroad, Virginia and Ten nessee Consolidated Railway Line, East Tennessee and Virgiuia railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia tailroad, Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, Mem phis and Charleston railroad and other connections Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Sundays excepted) at 9:15 a. m., making close connections throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Sonthside railroad, Bristol and stations en the Virginia and Tennessee railroad, Knoxville, Decatur, Corinth, Grand Junction, Memphis, New Orleans, Chattauoo go. Canton, Jackson, Vicksburg, Mobile, Dalton, At lanta, Rome, Bel ma, Macod, Columbuß and all points South and Southwest, Nashville, Columbus, Chicago, Louisville, Jacksou, Tennessee, Cairo, St. Louis and all points North and Northwest. Through tickets good until used. Baggage checked through. New and olegant sleeping cars ou all night trains. Good eating houseß and ample timo for meals. Farelowor than by any other route. For further information, apply at the office of tbe Virginia and Tennessee Air-Line Railway, 1325 Main street, or at the oflice of the Richmond and Danville railroad. R. E. WALKER, Agent. ALEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AND HAMPSHIRE RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, BEGINNING APRIL 1, 1860. TWO TRAINS DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) BE TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON. Leave Alexandria at 8 a in and 5 pm. Leave Hamilton at 6a m and 11.30 a in, Leave Leeaburg at 6.26 a m and 12.16 p in. The 8 a m train from Alexandria and 11.30 a m train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily Line of Coaches for Purcellville, Hnickeravllle, Ber ryville, aud Winchester; also, with Reamer's Line of Coaches, which leaves Leesburg daily for Ball's Mill, Aldie, and Middleburg. On and after June, twenty stages will run daily to Cupon Springs. All trains arrive at Alexandria at convenient hours for coun<ct.ons with Washington and Balti more the biinio day. FARE, Front Alexandria to Leetfbmg $j 00 Winchester tl 00 Clark's Gap 2 25 | Ball's Mill 2 26 Hamilton 2 26 i Aldie 2 75 Purcellville 2 76 Middleburg 326 Berryvillo .... 3 50 | Goods per Now York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore see tiiicrs, Railroad or Express, to care R. H. Haven nor, General Agent at Alexandria, will be forwarded over the roud free of charge for oommlsiion. Commutation tickets between Alexandria and Hamilton, aud all intermediate stations, at low rate. Rouud trip tickets, good only for day of Issue, be tween Alexandria and Hamilton, and between those aud iuUniiediate polntß, at reduced rates, NATHANIEL HAY», Je 2—ly Ueueiul Superintendent. J STKAMSHIPS. TTIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Ths steamships OEOROK P. UPTON snrl WIL LIAM P. CI.YDB leave New York every TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 8 o'clock P. M., from Pier il North river; leave Richmond every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at high tide. Close connections mado with steam-re for al Southern and Baatern ports. , D. J. BURR, President, WASHisotoN k Co., Agenta, Richmond, Va Pier 21 North river, New York. ap 4 FOR NEW YORK.—OLD DOMINION STEAM SHIP COMPANY. The eplindld new side-wheel Stiamahliia ISAAC BELL, AI.BKMARLE, HARATOII A, II ATTKIUSamI NIAGARA leave New York for Norli Ik, City Point aud Richmond overy TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 1 o'clock P. M. Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY at high tide. These shfpa are entirely new, and were built ex pressly for thiß route. They have splendid saloons and stato-rooms, and the accommodationa aud attention are unaurpusaed Ooods shipped by thia line are landed regularly at New York, on tho Company's covered pier, 37 North River, within forty eight hours. Insurance effected when ordered, at a QUAItTER OF ONE PER CENT, at the office of this company. Freights for points beyond New York fcrwardoil with dispatch, end uo charge made, except actual expensea incurred. Jvir" For further information apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, Jy 6—ts No. 8, Governor street. RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, November 21st, 1870, trains will leave Depot, corner Broad street and Washington avenue, as follows: Way Mail Train at 8:36 a. m. (Sundays ex cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Rail road, at Harrington with Junction and Break water Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Railroad, at Deimar with East ern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wicomico and Pocomoke Railroad. Express Train at 11:45 a. in. (Sundays ex cepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stop ping at Wilmington, Perryville and Havre de Grace, Connects at Wilmington with train for New Castle. Express Train at 4 p. m. (Sundays except ed), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk ton, North-East, Chariestown, Perryville,Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's, and Stemmer'a Run. Night Express at 11:30 p. m. (daily), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Ches ter, Thurlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilming ton, Newark, Elkton, North-East, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia. Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington: Leave Philadelphia at 11 a m, 2:30, 5 and 7 &m. The spm train connects with Delaware ailroad for Harrington and intermediate sta ; tions. Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a m, 2, 4 i and 7:15 p m. The 8:10 a m train will not Btop i between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7:15 p in train from Wilmington rune ' daily. All other Accomodation Trains Hun ' days excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at 6:45 and 4 p i in., will connect at Lamokin Junction with tbe 7am and 4:30 p m trains for Baltimore Cen tral Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a ni, Way-mail. 9:35 a m, Express. 2:35 p in, Express. 7:25 p m, Express. l SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE. 1 Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping at Magnolia, Perryman's, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Perryville, Charleston, North-East, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wiiming - ton, Claymont, Linwood and Chester. ) Through tickets to all points west, smith, South-west, may be precurcd at Ticket Oflice, . 828 Chestnut street, under Continental Hotel, i where also staterooms and berths in sleeping - cars can be secured during the day. Persona ■ purchasing tickets at this oflice can have bag - gage checked at their residence by th-.: Union ' Transfer Company. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD. Commencing MONDAY, November, 31,1870. pas senger Trains will leave President Street Depot us follows: Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations at 7:25 a. m. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at 0:35 a ra. Express Train for Philadelphia aud New York at 2:40 p. m. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and inter mediate Stations at 6 p. ra. Express Train for Philadelphia at 7:25 p. in. Express Train for New York at 10:40 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia at 7:26 p.m. For New York at 10:40. CONNECTIONS. 7:25 a. ra. Tra l n connects at New Castle Junction with train for all Stations on Delaware Railroad, and at PerryvJ'e .or aU Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. 9:26 a. m. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit. 2:40 p. m. Train at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad aud at Wilmington for Statfocs on Delaware Railroad bo- — tween Wilmington and Harrington. Through Tickets may bo procured either at Presi dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 147 Balti more street. - Secured seats in the reclining back car and berths or Btate rooms in sleeping cars procured at Balti moie street office during the day. On application at 147 Baltimore street the Union Transfer Company will call for and check baggage at private residences, thus avoiding the confusion attending the same at the depot. WM. CRAWFORD, General Agent. CENTRAL RAILROAD. On and after SUNDAY, December 4,1870, Train i will leave aa follows: 8:30 a. ni.—-Mail daily (except Sundays) for the West and North to Buffalo and Niagara Fails. 12:40 p. m.—Fast Line daily (except Sundays) for tho West and North to Williamsport. 7:40 p. ra.—Daily (except Snndays) for the West. 10:20 p. m.—Daily for the West. North to Buffalo, Rochester. Niagara Falls and the Oanadas. Trains for Western Maryland Road at 8:30 a. nt. an 1 3:30 p. m. Trains for Gettysburg at 8:30 a. m. and 12:40 p. m. Trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. in., 12:40 and 3:30 p. iv. Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. and 12:40 p. m. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. For York daily (except Sundays)—3:3o p m, For Parkton daily (except Sundays)- 6:30 p m. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. From the West and North—2:3o and 9:16 a in 12:30 2:45 and 6:15 p m. York Accommodation—lo:l6 a tn. Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m. For tickets to all points North and West, apply to Calvert Statien and at No 9 North Calvert street. ED. S. YOUNG, General Passenger Agent. ALFRED R. FIBRE, General Superintendent ry HE BALTIMOREJAND OHIO RAILROAD. On and after Sunday, 12th Juno, 1870, Tn UKt: DAILY TRAINS will be run between Baltimore and Wheeling and Parkersburg, aa follows : The MAIL THAIN, for all way points, east of Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun days) at 8:00 A. M-; retHrnlsg>lll arrive at Balti more at 5:05 P. M. The 8 A. M., Train connocts with Strasburg uud Harrisonburg via Manassas Gap Railroad. The FAST LINK will leave daily at 4 P.M.; re turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:20 A. M. The CINCINNATI EXPRESS will leave laltimore dally at 8:45 P. M.; returning will arrive at Balti more at 8:60 P. M. The WINCHESTER AND BTRABBUKO ACOMMO BATION TRAIN will leavo Baltimore dally (except Sunday*) at 4:08 P. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40 The MOUNT AIRY ACOOMOMDATION TRAIN will leave dally (except Sundays) at 6:00 P. M. ; re turning, will leave Mount Airy at 0:16 A. M-, and arnve at Baltimore at 8:30 A. 51. The ELLtCOTT'S MILLS TRAIN will leave at 1:20 P. M., dally (except Sundaya); returning, will arrive at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M. FUR HAOERBTOWN AND FREDERICK. Leavo at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:06 p. m.; returning, will arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 a. m, and 6:05 p.m. FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASBURG. Leave Baltimore at 8;00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. ; re turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. in. and 6:06 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON. Leave Baltimore at 4:20, 6:08,7, 8:10 and 11:30 a in., ami 2, 8:50, 4:45 and 8:30 p. ra. FROM WASHINGTON. Traina leave at 6:46, 8-00 aud 0:26 a. m. and 12-45 2:50, 4:10, 5:40, 7:45 and 0 p. ra. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Baltimore at 7 and 11: :i0 a. ru. and -1:45 p. m leave Washington at 6:45 iinri 8:26 a. vi. aud 4:10 p. vi: For farthor informatiou, Tickets of every kind, 41-., apply to J. T. England A Kent, Cumden Station or at the Tiokst Office. JOHN L, WILSON, Master of Tranaportutiou. L. M. t'OLK, Osneral Tiskst Agent.