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FRIDAY EVKNINoTmAY 19, 1871. hikk discussion. , Brlel potutfil lotters upou itl sntijccti or public utorn.i will lie wetctns Imrr-, If wrltt.n plainly, on o a il.la 'if llin .licni .] lavttvr from Washington. Washington, D. C, May 18tb, 1871. lo the Kditor of the State Journal. Public opinion as expressed through the American newspapers, is all but unani mous in favor of the treaty drawn up by the Joint Commissioners. It is reported, however, that several Senators will oppose its ratification. Most of the Canadian pa pers, outside of Toronto, comment favor ably on the document. The New Bruns wick House of Assembly, has unanimous ly coudcmneii the sections which relate to the fisheties, on the ground tbat the aboli tion of the duty will take from the revenue of the Province over $40,000 annually. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. Perhaps the really most interenting at traction for strangers to visit, in Washing ton, is the grounds, gardens, conservatory and museum of the Agricultural Depart ment. General Horace Capron, Commis ■ioner, who, like Napoleon, seems to un derstand the force of choosing around him suitable and efficient men as aids to make the place useful and attractive to a high degree; and yet very few persons of all who come here ever visit, or even think of this most interesting institution ; its ex perimental, botanical and propagating gar dens, with the arboretums aud green houses, under the management of Professor Maunders and his assistants, Messrs. Glass 8c Brunamel, constitute.the most pleasing as well as profitable resort in the city, par ticularly for farmers aud horticulturists; aud only second to this, is tbe museum in the large building in charge of Professor Glover and assistants. I particularly call the attention of your readers to the matter for their own benefit. Much is due to the obliging effi ciency of the Chief Clerk, R. T. McLain, 1.-XI ; but one of the most hard working men is J. B. Dodge, Esq, the statistician of the Department. Let all the visitors to Vfaihington go to this Department before they leave. Next iv interest to the visito", is the Patent Office, with its long lines of cases and shelves, filled with ingenious models, the products of American invention and labor, worth the attention of all tbe me chanics who come to the Capital. Mr. Loggett, commissioner, denies the report for some days in circulation that he intends to resign. Visiting the pleasant home of Ksqulre Clarke, one of the city justices, the other morning, I saw a fine show of flowers, fruits and plants; but what I wish parti cularly to speak of is the great profit he makes from a small patch of ground, working tlie hours be is not engaged in bis office, for the benefit of others ; in pro pagating and selling grape-cuttings, small fruits, flowers and garden plants, he clears about one dollar the square foot of ground he cultivates; Instance, from oue spot of ground, ten feet by two—twenty square feet—he sold in one season $22 worth of small grape-cuttings, and does nearly as well on other patches with other plants. I call special attention to this, as proving what vast profits can be realized from a little land if skillfully and seasonably tilled. LAND AND LABOR REFORM. The mechanics and other laborers in the city begin to manifest lively feeling and activity for labor and land reform, and to maintain the rights and interests of indus try ; while the Patrons of Husbandry are equally awake to elevate agricultural in dustry ; not that any of these classes have any inimical feelings toward corporations or capital, but desire simply to protect or alii themselves against undue monopolies of land and capital in combinations detri mental lo the true rights of labor. Thank! to ton_r«s»-Ch«iirjr In Pah. lie Sentiment Martinsville, Va., May 18th, '71 To the Editor of the State Journal. Thinking something from this part of tbe State would interest your readers, I write you a few lines. First, we tender the thanks of tbe Re publicans of this part of the State to the Congress of the United States for that very timely bill, known aa the enforcement act. Oov. Holdeu's effort last summer to beard tbe "lion iv his den," whilst it destroyed Holden, had the effect of well nigh ena bling us to redeem Virginia. It is notori ous to every man that knowa anything, that Virginia wants nothing but a fair field, and she will roll up a majority of twenty-five thousand for the Republican party. What wo mean by a fair field is, tbat every voter in this Commonwealth sball be free to vote as he pleases uuawed by threats and the like. The most casual observer cau but notice tbe change in affairs since tbe passage of the aforesaid act. Before it was war to the knife. What a cbauge. Now we are actually spoken to and sometimes spoken of as clever fellows. The present reminds one of the time of that little affair at Appomattox C. H. Immediately succeeding that, we never saw nor heard of a man that was original ly in favor of secession or the war; in fact, some were very loud in their denunciations of Southern leaders. All is very calm now, republicanism is getting to be re spectable, at least in these parte. They will let you have a yard of calico, and a dose of medicine if you wish it, and will even pray for you. This last was once forbid den, you recollect. How strange, Mr. Editor, that any law-abiding man should object to the proviMoos of this bill. It seems strange for any one who does not intend any infraction of the laws to object to it. We are just now having " the long season in May"—a pretty cold one. Farmers have planted but little tobacco. A great scarcity of plants prevails through out the country. The wheat crop is look ing remarkably well. If we can have a dry June an abundant harvest will be tbo result. The Republican** are sanguine ut' hold ing this county by an increased majority. More anon. A Native Virginian. A Gentle Whl.p.r. Richmond, May 19, 1871. T» the Editor of the State Journal. I have been a constant reader of your excellent paper, and admire the liberality I and boldness of it discussions upon all subjects of vital interest to onr wronged and oppressed city. Your paper is worthy of a place in every I house, and to be read by every person in I our State. While I admire your fearless ness in disclcslLg the wickedness and wretched managetm-tit of our City Council, I want to whisper in your ears that we bate a law in our Btat«, "Agaiost cruelty i to ftaimali." Citiziw. Letter from PeUribui n Pktkrsburu, May 19, 1871. 7b the Editor of the State Journal I ' I have taken some paius to obtain, cor rect returns of the registration rs it now stands in this city. The followiag is from the official lists, except the fifth ward, and that is believed to be corrfcf: First Ward—Colored voters, 066 ; white voters, 282—colored majority 384. Second Ward—Colored voters, 263; white voters, 285—colored majority 28. Third Ward—White voters, 615; col oiel voters. 388—while rrmj Tit.' 126. Fourth Ward—White voters, 663 ; col ored voters, 600—white majority C 3. Fifth Ward—White voters, 425; col ored voters, 288—white majority 137. Sixth Ward—(Jolored voters, 788 ; white voters, 256 —colored majority 632. Total colored majority, 944; total white majority, 326—making the colored ma j irity in the entire city, 618. We hear surprise expressed on all sides at tit the conviction of these men on such insufficient tostimony as was brought out at the trial. If these men were guilty of this atrocious crime, the universal desire is that they sball be punished. But grave doubts are expressed by not liepublicane merely, but intelligent thinking meu of all parties, as to the guilt of these men. The conviction of the two colored men at the Prince George court of the murder of Charles Friend, is ciusing a great deal of comment. It Is remarkable that our city papers bave shown so little enterprise in not giving tbe proceedings of the trial in a matter that has excited so much of pnblic interest. I learn that a gentleman, distinguished for his life long deeds of benevolence, hao taken a deep interest in this affair, and will endeavor to get at the real facts. He is not a Republican, and is prompted alone, as I believe, by hia humane feelings. It is hoped he will be able to probe the mat ter to the bottom and bring the truth to light. Occasionally. Letter from Fredericksbcro, Va., May 16, 1871. To the Editor of the State Journal. The largest, most enthusiastic and de termined Republican meeting held here for morn than a year assembled at tbe hall of the Laborers and Mechanics' Association last night. 11. D. Beckley, Esq., U. 8. assistant assessor, addressed the meeting in an able, eloqueut and impressive speech of an hour, reviewing the history of tho abo lition ot slavery and the enfranchisement of the colored people. His speech im pressed all present with tho determination to stand firm in defence of Republican principles. On concluding his address Mr. B. was greeted with a tremendous round of applause, and a unanimous vote of thanks tendered him. The party will nominate candidates soon for councilmen, and from present indica tions, the nominees will he men of experi ence and integrity, who have the prosperity of the old 'Burg at heart. We will elect our ticket beyond a doubt. Our camp fires are burning brightly ; the enemy of progress is grovelling in darknees. Republican. A Mechanic Speakt. To the Editor of the Slate Journal. I am not in tbe habit of writing to any one, but my sweetheart, and hardly that; but I feel it my duty to say a few words to the members of the Mechanics' Union of Richmond. What I wish to say is this, tbat f feel it a duty incumbent upou me, as a mechanic, to use all my influence for the advancement of tho interests of that class of men, who work from early morn till late at eve, for what they cau eat and wear—and many times not that. Men of labor, men of sense, men whose power is and will be felt, will you not stand by your former action ? I mean the nomina tions you have made for Council men, to be voted for by your body at the election next Thursday. lam satisfied if you will but stand to what you bave said and done in the matter, that all the true-hearted me chanics and laboring men will assist yon. Jefferson Ward. BANKRUPT NOTICES. 112— Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Wheelwright, Mudge k Co. vs. Bates k Waddy Bros., bankrupts—in bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia, aa: Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of the creditors of the said Rates ft Waddy Bros , bankrupt, for the purpose of declaring a dividend, will be held at Richmond, at the office ot W. W. Forbes, Esq., one of the Registers in Bankruptcy, in said district, on Saturday, the 10th day ot June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M-, in accordance with tbe provisions of the _7th and 28tb sections ot the bankruptcy act of March 2d, 1867. Dated at Richmond, the 19th day of May, 1871. my 18—F3w DAVID B. PARK Kit, Trustee. 4223 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED States, for the Eastern District of Virginia. In tie matter of F N Burruss, bankrupt —in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned, W M Davidson, of Prince Edward couuty, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the es tate of FN fiiirruss, of Appomattox connty, in said district, who was, on tho .list day of March, 1871, adjudged a baukrupt on his own petition by the Dis trict Court of said district. Dated Farmville, Va. May 19,1871. my IB— F3w W M DAVIDSON, Assignee. 4221 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the Eastern District of Virginia In the matter of James Mickli, baukrupt —iv bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern : —The undersigned, W M Davidson,of Prince Edward county, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate of Jan.en Mickle, of Darlington Hoights, Prince Edward county, iv said district, who was, on th. 31st day of March, 1871, adjudged i bankrupt ou hia own petition by the District Court of said dis trict. Dated Firmviile, Va., May 10.1871. W M DAVIDSON, my 19— F3w Assignee. 4222 IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of O Watson Bcott, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:-The undersigned, W M Davidson, of Prince Edward county, Va., here by gives notice o. nis appolutmeut as assignee of the estate of Q Watson Bcott. of Priuce Edward c'ty, In ■aid district, who w-a, on the 3Ut day of Mn..h, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt ou his own petition by the District conrt of said district. Dated Earmville, Va., May 19. 1871 my 19—F3w W M DAVIDSON, Assignee. TIHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICK: That ou the 16th day of May, 1871, awairant In bankruptcy was issued agaiust the estate ot Ot* way Rennolrts, of Essex county, Stale of Va., who has been adjudged a bankrupt ou his own peti tion:—That the pajineut of any debts, and the deli very of any property belonging to said baukrupt, to hiuior tor bin use, and the transfer of auy property by him are forbidden by law: —That a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or morn* assignees of h-u estate, will be held at a court of baukruptey, to be holden at Richmond, Va., before W <V Forbes, Esq., Regit, t«r, on tbe 6th day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M. DAVID B. PARKBK, my 18—Th2w U S Marshal. 4241 ri-BU 18 TO OIVK KOTIOe. : JL Thatontbe 16th day of May, IR7I, a war rant in bankruptcy was issued agaiust the estate of Rob'i II Purjear, ot Mecklenburg cty, State of Vir ginia, woo has bteu adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :—That the payment of any debts, und the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to hit) or fur his use, aud the transfer of any pro perty by him, are forlidden by l_w :—Th.tt a meet fug of the - ■■ edit-.i -of said bankrupt, to prove tht-ir debts, and choose one or moie assignees of bin estate, will be hi-I'l at a Court of B uikruptey, to be h ddeu at Richmond, Virgiuia, lil .if W W (■< rboj, }.- ~ Register, ou the Atb day of June, 1871, at 10 o'cloi k a in. DAVID B PARKER, my 18—Th.* U. 8. Marshal. BAHKKDPT NUTICKS. fIOM TN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THI UNITKD JL Statei for the Fast*rn Diatrlut of Virginia. In the matter of Matin Gibson bankrupt—fn bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this lfith day of May, 1671. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I'lease to take notice, that a poiition hfti)4-.en pr<< sented to tho Hon. John C. Underwood, .Itiria;e of said Di»trict Cmrt, in l.R....;r,ipt< y, by Wm II All dfrdlce, rtiripnce oi the estate of mid bankrupt, to icll the real estate lelon_mg to said bankrupt, ttm from all liens and encuiubrftiicos thereon. Ttii" is to gfre notice to all peisons interested, that fn tho term* of Bald petition an oTd<)>- hai been irtsued by the Judgo aft.-rcMaid, for all persons who may be interested in said estate, to appear before fttfrstar W W Forbes, at hlsoffke in the said city of R chuiond, on the Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. v,, »i ■ 1 ■how cause, if any tbey hay«, why such ordrr ihovld not bf Kranted. WM 11 ALM>KftI>IUK, my 17-W2* Assignee, 42-24 TN TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED -*- States for the Fustem District oi Virginia In the matter oi R W Gatm&way, a baukrupt—in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 16th day of May, IS7I. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN i Please tike notice, that a petition bat bron pre sented to tho Hon. John C Underwood, Judge of said District Couit, In Bankruptcy, by Wm H Alldcrdire, assignee oi tbe estate of said bankrupt, to sell Ibe real estate belonging to said tmjkn.pt, free from alt lieu-" and encumbrances thereon. This is to give notice to all persons interenttd, that in the terms of Raid petition an order Ims been issued by tho Judge aforesaid, lor all persons who maybe interested in fluid eutate, to uppear bofore Register W W Forbts, at his < ffieo, in the said city ot Rich moi.d, on the Ist day of June, IS7I, at 10 o'clock A M, and show cause, if any tbey have, why such order should not be granted. WM M ALLDEROIOK, my 17—W2w Assignee. —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this ICth day of Mar, 1671. TO WHOM IT MAI CONCERN. rieaee tnko natice, th 'it a petition has Itocn pr* hi '.tn! to the Hon. John 0 Underwood, Judge uf tb •aid District Court, in bankrupt y, by Wni II A! derdict, assignee of the estate Of fiiitl bunkiu; to eel 1 the real estate belonging to said baukrup fr*e from nil Hena thereon. Thla it to give notice to all persons intetcsieJ, tb.it in tbe terras of s..i(! po'itton an order 1 a? been issued by the Judge aforesaid, for ell persons who may be interested in said ejtftte, to appear before Register W W Foibee, at his office, in th« t>aid city of Kh'.i mond, on the lit day of June, 1871, at 10 o'clock my 17-W2W 4228 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES for the Eastern District ot Virginia. In the matter of Wade A Tiiornton, a bankrupt —in bankruptcy. At Richmond, Va., this 10th t!ny of May, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Please take notice, that a petitian las been pro* sented-to the IKn John C Undetwcod, Ju _. of snid District Court, in Bankruptcy, by Win H Allder dico, issiguee uf tbo estate of paid bankrupt, to sell the real est-ita belonging to said bankrupt, free from all liens and encumbrances thereon. This is to give notice to all persons interested, that in the terms of said petition an order has b.en issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per-sous who may be interested in Bald c* late, 11 appear before Register W W Forties, at his office, in tlie said city Richmond, on the Ist day of June 1871, at 10 o'clock A U, and show cause, if any they have, why such order should not be granted WM 11 ALLDERDICE. my 17—W2w IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED STATK.S for tlie Eastern District of Virgiuin. In tbo matter of John C Page, a bankiupt—in bankruptcy. At hi line n.l, Va„ this 18th day of May, IS7). TO WHOM R MAY CONCERN: Plente teka notice, that a petition has boen pre sented to tbo Hon. John C Uuderwood, Juige of tad District Court, in Bankm-itcy, by Wm II Allilerdice, lislgnee of the eirtate ol said bankrupt, to sell the real estate belonging to said bankrupt, free from aft liens and 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 Judge aforesaid, for all persons who may be Interested iv said estate, to appear bc-foie Register W W Foibes.lt his office, in the said city of Rich mond, on the Ist day of June, 1871, at 10 A M, and show cause, if auy they have, why i-uch order should not be granted. WM H ALLKURDICK, my 17 —W2w Asnl;^nee. tat IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of A 8 Hundley, bankrupt—in bankr.ipt-y. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— The undersigned, Win. 11. Allderiiice, of Richmond city, Virginia, hereby gives notice of his appoint ment as assignee of the estate of A S Hunuley, of Hanover county, in said district, who was, on the sth day of Apiil, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petitioa by the District Court of said Dis trict. Dated Richmond, May 8, 1871. my 17-WSw WM. U. ALLDERDICE, Assignee. Win. H. Allderdico, of Kichmond city, hereby give-* notice of his appointment as assignee of the estate ofK W Maesey, of King William county, in said ais trict, who was, on the 4th d.»y of April, IfTl, adjudged a bank, tipt on his owu petition, by tbe Dis* my l7_W3w 4*24 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, for tho Ka«t-ru District of Virginia. In the matter of R W G anna way, bankrupt—iv bankruptcy. To Whom it may concern:—The undersigned, Win H AUderdice, of Richmoul city, Va., hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee uf the ornate uf R W Gannaway, of t-uckiughara. c'ty, in said district, who was, on the ISlet day of March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, l?av 8, I*7l. WM If ALLDERDICE, my 17—WJw IN THB DISTRICT COURT 0? THK UNITKD States, for the Eaitern District of Virginia. In the matter of John 0 Page, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, Win U Alldordice, ol Richmond city, Virginia, here by gives notice ot hia appointment as assignee of th* estate of John C Page, of Cumberland c ty, lv • •'■' district, who whs, on tho 31st day cf March, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt ou his own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, May 8. 1871. WM H Al I MlMfll my 17—W3w 4229 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia In the matter of Tbomis M Fleming, baukrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—Tlie undersigned, Win II Aliderdice, of Richmond city, Virginia, here by gives notice of bis appointment as ussignoo of the estate of Thus M sle-niing, ot Goochland county, in said district, who was, on the sth day of April, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on bis own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Richmond, May nth, I*7l. W.tf II ALLDERDICE, my 17*W3w Assignee. In the matter of Wade A Thornton, baukrupt— in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Concern:—Tho nnderaifenod, Wm H Allderdice,of Richmond city. Va. hereby give* uotico of his appointment as assignoe of the estato of W A Thornton, of Caroline county, in said district, who was, on the 4th day of April, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt upon his owu petition by the District my 17-W3w IN r»> . I STRICT COURT OF THF UNITED Bta.es lor ihe Eastern District of Virginia.' Iv tbo matter of Martin Dawson KUom, bankrupt —in bankiuptcy. To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned, A U Turner, of FTow.trd.it nit', Virginia, hereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee ot tbe estate of M D Kit-torn, uf A|l;emails county, in said district, who was, ou the 24th day of Match, 1871, adjudge 1 a baukrupt on his owu petition by tbo DUtrlct OottTt of said district. Dated Ilowarih-villu, May 13, 1871. A U TURNER, my 17—W3w A.*slguu«*. Weislger Jk Clark*, bankrapte—la bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia, 88: Koike Is hereby given th;.t a iloal meeting ol .lut credit org of thetitid Weisiger & Clark, baukrupt* fur the iiUTfK>Ae of declaringacividei-!, will be beh at Richnt nI at tbe office of \V VV For ben, Ksq., one of the Kegistois iv Baukruptey, iv mid dletlict. OB Thursday, Cb« Bth day o! .lune. 1871, at 10 o'clock A M , Inwrioiilati! c with tbe ; rorUftoof ut tbe .Tib ant 28ih seetiouH of the ba-LUnipicy art of If arch -'i. I 1807. Dated at l.iibruond, thin litn day of Mbv, 1871. my Ilj-Tu2w BILL HEADS, FOR TlillKK DOLLAR! AM) A balfa thousand at tie JOURNAL JOB OaFICH BANKRUPT NOTICKS. IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THI UNITID STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Richmond, Va. May Bth, 1871. In the matter of James T. Bntler k Co., bv.k rnpts —in bankruptcy. [EXTMOtI] "It 1% ordered that this MOM be referred to Henry Hudua.l, who is hereby appointed a Special Commis sioner ol this coutt for the purpose, to ascertain and report t > thin c.urt «s follows, to wit: ' r iret The estate, real at.d personal, of tlie co-part n«rship of JatOM T. But'er A 0* ~ which co-partner ship ii composed uf James T. Butler aud John T. Butler. tfecoud. The individual estato, real and persona 1 , of John T. Butler. '1 bird. The Individual estate, real and per-onal, of J*me-( T, Bntler. Fourth. Tho tndebtedneM of tho co partnership >->f James T. Butler k Co., nnd their respective, priori ties, if any such exist. Filth. Tho individual iodebtedneps of John T. Sut ler, and th* ir rest c tive priorities, if any such exist. Sixth. T;e individual indebtedness of James T. Bu lei, aud thoir respective prior.the, If any such c .let, an- 1 fcttpwr nnd tie proofs of debts and evidence of liens before Henry Uudm.ll, Eaq., Commission* r as a'uie-aid, nnd any erulitors of ihe paid firm of James T. Butler k Co., or of either of the partner,, individually, who bave net proved their debts before the register, may appearand niove the same before said Commissioner, aud said Commissioner shall have power toexauiino any party or creditor he may deem proper, on oath,and cull for the production of proofs and papers, and hp is heioby directed to give notice of tho tinio and place o' taking such accounts by publication ouco a week for lour weeks in tho daily State Journal, and also by serving personal notice Upon tbu assign-e and al of tho creditors of said bankrupts who baft Hew within the rench of the process of th a court." C MM'SSIOIftR'S 0F.1..E, ) KiCHHoam. Va , No. 1100 Main street, V May 15th. IH7I. j All ]M>rsons interested in the above order, will take uoiico tbat I bave appointed mv said efflce, in this r'ty.aa ibe plac, and WRDNkSDA V, the 14th day of Jut c, 1871, at 12 o'clock to., eh the time, for tak ing the accounts, making enquiries and generally executing tbe duties directed by the aforesaid order, when *nd w hero all persons interested ate required to be i> resent with the papers and proofs MMMI 7/ to enable me lo report tip3ii tho matters referred to me as above. Given under my hand, at Richmond, this l.'thday of May, 1871. HENRY HUDNALL, my 17—M4w Spuiai Commissioner. IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES for the Eastern Distriot of Virginia. I.i the mater of CkorgfJ K. Howies, baukrupt —in bankruptcy- At Richmond, on ti*e Tth day f.f May, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN — Please to tako notic? horohy, that a petition hue beon, to-wit: on the sth day of May, 1871, filed in Mid dihtrict court by George K. Bowles, of Gooch land county, in said district, who has boon heretofore duly declared bankrupt, under the act ef Congress en titled " An act to establish a more uniform system of bankiitptcy throughout the United States," approved March 2nd, 1807, for a discharge and certificate there of from ull his debts and otht<r claims provable under aaid net, and that the Ist day of J una, 1871, at 10 a.m., before W. W. Forbes, one of the registers of said court in bankruptcy, ut his office in Richmond, in sad district, is tbe time and place assigned for tbe heariug of the same; when end where you may attend nnd-hew MU*.lfuu you have, why the prayer of the said petition should not be granted. You are also hereby notified that tho second and third meetings of the creditors of said bankrupt will bo held at the saino time and place. W. W. FORBES, Register In bankruptcy for the my 15 ftttw 3rd ootur't district of Va. tnjr of tbe creditor-i ot tbe eal'l Turner If. Buitttiall. bankrupt, will bo Imlii lit Norfolk, at tbe office of Ik-dJ. U Foster, ile.ii-ter fa Itankruiilcy, In suit dis trict, ooThimdny, tho Btb Jay of Jiiuo, 1871, nt 12 o'cluck HI, fir tlie purposes named in tho 271b sec tion of the 1-mkrtirit act of March 2d, 1867. I.atd HI Korf lit. Ihlaffih day of Miv, IH7I. 0 II HSVIIK--", Asigiw of Turner 11. fioutball. my I;*)—M-iw IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES for the Eastern District of Virginia, In the matter of Hughes LM'lard, bankrupt—in bankniptf-y. To the o eliif in of Hughes Di Hard elfctmisgllstii, ly judvtuou'rv or i-th- rwlM, tut t'-e re.il e-tato o! raid b-i-jkrupt, BitrrcDden d iv bin r-cl.tdule in b»ukrn_;t'\\ arid Bold by Moses H. Irfdwfty.hia a^igyof. to appear at mv office, in the t.*wn of Danville, Va., on ihe lath d,y oi JUNK, 1871, and show c.-iue, H any you MB. why a good and poi tect title shall not ne made to two tracts of land lying iv tlie rouuty of Henry, ami Stat* of Virginia, t > the batrfl of Sau.uel 11. llairriton, purchaser of said land at a sale made by aaid SfttgQW under a former cider of tills tourr. And you ur« nUo notified that in the oventofycur failure to appear at said time and place and .-how ■uch cau-e, tfia said afct.igu.-t! i« directed !• c.-r.v.-y the title to tho raid laud to Mio heits ol ft ■.-.id Samuel H. Ha.ni.tuii by deed, with -special warranty, JOHN In IN THH DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD Stales f r the Butern District of Virginia. In t:.u matter Of A H Roberts, bankrupt— in bankruptcy. Eastern District of Virginia, es: Notice is hereby given that a final meeting of the creditors of the said A H Roberts, bankrupt, for th" purpose of declaring a dividend, will be hoi I at RiehnMi.d,at tho office ot W W Forbes, Esq ,ono of the Registers iv Bankruptcy, in said dUtrict, on Wednesday, jhe 7th day or Juoe, 1871, at 10 o'clock A 'i' , i.i v v, ; ■, ■. with the provisions of thu 27th and .''ih sections of tho bankruptcy art of March 2d, 1867. Dat*"l at Charlotte, C. 11, the 1 '-th day of May, 1871. F. N. READ, A. B. PARfS, my l'i—Tu2w Assignees. kittTßlOl' COURT OF" *TilK UMI'M) STATS " for the Western District of Virgiuia—ln bank ruptcy. in tho matter of Daniel P. Jones, bankrupt. Western Diotrict ol Virginia, as: Tills is TO UJVJg NOTICE, That on the 19th day of April, 1871. a warrant in bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the Uuiud States fo- tbe Western District uf Virginia ogaiustthoebtateof Daniel P. Jones, ofThastons, Bedford county, iv paid district- who I ~'.-■ i<..-uudjndg. ■■! a bankrupt on h»s own petition :— That the payment of any debts, and the delivery or any property belonging to said bank rupt, to bim or tor his use, and the transfer of any property by him, are forbidden hy law :—That a meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt to provo their debts, and choose one or moro assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of bankruptcy, to bo holden at Abiugdon, Va, before 11. C Gibbons, Esq , Register iv Bankruptcy for salt District, on the Bth day of May, lb7l, at 10 o'clock A. M. A. R GRAY, ap29—Fiiw U. 8. Marshal Jor said District. 1 \ISTKICT O'-URT OF THHI UNITED STATES xJ lor the Western District of Virginia—ln bank ruptcy. lv i hi. matter of Hoi ton L. Muncy, bankrupt. Western District of Virginia, ss : THIS 18 TO UIVE NOTICE, That on tho 13th day of April, 1871, a warraut in bankruptcy was issued o it of the District O-urt of the United States tor tlie Western Dihtrict of Virginia, agaiust the estate of Holiou L. Muncy, ot beldnn,, Bland county, in Slid tlittrict who has been adjudged a bunkiupt upon hi., own petition:—That the payment ol any debts, ana the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to him or for his use, aud the turns for of any property by him ore forbidden by law : Tbat a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose one or more assignees of his estate, wilt be hold at a court of bankruptcy, to ho holden at Abiugdon, Va., before H. C. Gibbons, Esq., Register in BuUkrui'tcy for said District, on the 6th day of May, 1871, ar in o'clock A. M. A. S- GRAY, up 89~483w U. 8. Marshal for said District. 3 JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES, for tho Western District of Virginia. to tin matter of Ucijmi.u Kedpath, bankrupt— in bankiuptcy. *£* To whom it May Concern .—The undersigned, Wm Page, of Ah Washington co'ty, Virginia, hereby gtvee notice of his appointment as assignee of tho estate of Benjamin Keipaih,ot Pulaakt co'ty, in said dirttric., who was, on the 2d day of Match 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on hia own petition by the District Court of said district. Dated Abingdon, Va., April 86, Wl ap_B—FSw VVM. PAGE, Assignee. IN THK DIMKICT COURT OF THE UNITED State-* for tl-e Western District of Virginia. In tho matter Of Michel Wise.'ey, bankrupt—in bankruptcy. To Whom it May Cjucern :— Tho undersigned, Wm Pago, of Abiugdon, Washington co., Va , herebj gives uot ice of his appointment as assignee of the estato of Michael Wibelcy, of Wjthe county, Vir giira, in said district, who was, ou the 2d day of Mm h, I*7l, adjudged a baukrupt ou lis owu potMK.'!! by the District court of said district. Datnd Abingdon, Va., April 2«, 18M. ap 28—T8w J__L*__. G _; Assignee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Western District of Virginia. [atbe matte? oi M*itirt (I Girrett, bankrupt— in l.fti;kuiptcy. To whom it May Concern :—The und« rsigued, Vf m Page, ol Al ingilnii. Wttohiugtou c'ty, Va,, here by gives notice Ot h*i appointment as assignee of the aetata ol ■ 'artiu 0 Oarrett, cf Bnasell county, Va, In said distiiet, who »aa,on tie 3d day oi March 18; 1, adjudged v bankrupt on bis owa petit.on by the IHatriat court ot said district. Da id -blogdon, Va, April '.6,1871. ani 28- 1 ■.:••. WM. P-Uiifl, Assignee. 1 UVK CBwl lil '\ fc'IKTABLE 1 C7A pi i.MONARY BALSAM," -* O< u « Thecid btuudard remedy for Oougha, Colds,' Co nsumption, "iS'o.hing better." CUTLER 8808. * CO., Beaton, RAILROADS. I>ENN3YLNANIA CENTRAL RAILROAh. After 8 P. M , HINi'AY, Dec. 4 t 1870, the trains cf th*, Pennsylvania Central Railroad leavo tbe Depot, at Tb>tj)-_rst and HnrkeJ Itreeta, which Is readied directly bj the M.Tket st.eet ears, tho last car con net M:.g with each train leaving Front and Market •tract*, thirty nniiutis btfbti iv departure Tho CfaeetoQt nnd WHhint stseet cars run within one square of the Depot. Sleeping o**r Ticket! c<iu be bud on epplieation at the Ticket Often, northwest corset ot Ninth and Chestnut MrreLi, nnd a* the I Agt*ntß of tfie unloa TreusL <r Company will cull for and deliver baggage at tbe Depot, Orders left at No. 201 Che<tnut stutter 11G Market street, will receive attention. TRAINS LBAI I D.'.POT, VIZ : Pltlsbnrg Kxprcat imi A. M. Lock Haven and r Initial-xpre<sH 0:40 " Pui.ll Accom 10.10 k. M. and 1:10 and 7:10 P. M. Fast Line.. 1_;40 " Erie Exp-ess 12:40 " Ilarnstinrg Accommodation 2:50 " isancaster Accommodation 4:10 " Paihershurg'Jrui. 660 ■ Cincinnati Express 8:00 " Erie Mail and Butialo Kxpress 9:60 " Pacific Express 10.00 " Way Passenger 10.30 " Erie Mail leaves daily, running on Saturday night to Williamsport only On Smnbiy night passengers will leave Philadelphia at lOtlO P. M. Cincinnati and Paclfio Express leaves daily. All other trains dally, i xnept Sunday. The Western Aec iniodation Train runs dally, ex cept Suntiav. For this train tickets must be pro cured, and baggage delivered by & P. M, at lift" Mar ket-street. Sunday Tra'n No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8:40 A. M.; arrives at Pftotl at 940 A. M. Sunday Train No. 2 leaves Philad* Iphia :t 0:10 P. M., arrives at Paoli at 7:40 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 haves Taoli at 6:50 A. M.; ar rives at Philadelphia at 8:10 A. M. Sunday Train No. 2 leaves Paoli at 4:!>0 P. M.; arrives at Philadel phia at 6:20 p. M. TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.: Cincinnati Express 3:10 A. M. Philadelphia Kxpress 7:00 " Erie Mail j,no « PrtOllAccom 8:20 A. M, 3:50 and 0:40 P.M. Parkersburg Train 0;00 A.M. Fast Line, Buffalo Train 9:50 " I ascaster Train 12:00 noon. Frio fxpress 0 .45 P. M. Lock Haven and Elniira Express 6:45 m Pacific Express 3:25 " Southern Express 5:45 " Harrisonburg Accommodation 9:40 " For further ln:ornmt:on, apply to JOH« F. V.VNLRER, Jr., Ticket Agent, 90l Chtatuut street. FRANOtI FUNK, Ticke; Agqni, HO Market street. BAMUIL H WALLACE, TieHet Agent at tbo depot. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIK RAILROAD. WINTER TIME-TABLE. On and a'ter MONDAY. De-ember 5, 1870, the trains on the Philadelphia find Brit Railroad will run as follows: WESTWARD. Mall Train IttTM Philadelphia 9.4.) P. M. " M " Williamsport 7 25 A.M. " " arrive at Erie 7 40 P.M. Erie Express leaves Philadelphia 12.10 P. M. " " " Williamspor: 8 50 P.M. *' " arriveatKrie 7 40 A.M. F.I mil a Mail leaves Pbiladolpbi.i 0 : n A.M. " " " Williamsport MA P. M. " " arrive at Lock Haven 7.501*. M. EASTWARD. Mail Train leaven Erie 9 00 ft. M. *' '* ,l Williamsport 1005 P. M " " arrive nt Philadblphia 650 A. M- Erio Express leave" Frie 9. 0 P. M ** " " V. i:i'iM ", 11 8.25 A. M. ■ " arrive at Phfladulphia 680 P. M Buffalo Express leaves Wi<iiamnpnrt 12.35 A M " " ' Milton 150 A.M. ■ " arrive at Philadelphia. 9 40 AM Express, Mail »ud Accommodation, east and west. connect ut Corry, and all weitt bound trains aud Mail nnd Acj( mmodation ea-*t of Irvington with Oil Creek aud Allegheny Rlvor Rilroid. WILLIAM A. BALDWIN, General Superintend* nt. TVOKTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE to the L-'high and Wyoming VaMf-Ms, Northern Pennsylvania, feouthern and Interior New York, Klmira. Dutfal<>,Corry, Roch ester, the Great Lakes and tho Dominion of Canada. . WINTER ARRA N OJE M ENT. Take-) effect Novemlmr 21, 1370. I'i'tccn Daily Trains leav? RMMDgt*! Depot, cor ner Uarka ajid American ut renin, (Mtud-iys excepted) as foil own: TOO a.m. (Accommodation) for Foi t Washington. At 7:35 a. m. (Kxrrcba) for Delhi hem, Mleutown, Mauch C-nink. VViikeebarre, Muhanoy C.ty, Hhz.i ton, P tiaion, Towauda, \\ aver-y, and ('I mil a, and in coLmction witu iliß ER!E R.WLWA V for Buffalo, Falls, Rochester, Clovelaud, Chicago, gati Franci&co, and all pointa In tlin Great W*«t. 8: JO a. r_/(AcL.i.nimodati..u) for Doylestown. 9:15 a. m. (Kxprer-s) fiw Detblohtm, Fan ton, Allen town, Mahauoy City, Ct nnk, Willmmsport, Wilkesbftrre, Pitt-ton, Scran too. U-irVt-tistown, IScfcooley's MountaiuJ, ar.d New Jersey Central ami Morris ami Ernstx Ka troadrs. I 1 :(K)a. m. (Accommodation) foe Fort Washington. 1:15,6:20 and 8:15 p m. for Abinuton. 1:45 p. m. (Bxpreee) lor Bethlehem, Ea : ton, Allen town, Mauch Chunk, Maliauoy City, Wilkosbarre, Pitts'on aud Haxieton. \ CO3BS, _:30 p. m. (Aoeontmoo*ationi for r-oy!eatown. At 3:_o p. ni. (Bethlehem AecommMtatlon) for IJethbiltem, Easton. Aiicn..o,,u, Coplny aud Mauch Chunk. 4:15 p. m. (UaU) for D^yleston. 5:0 i) p. m for Belhlchom,] Easton, Allontown, Mauch Chunk. 6;io p.,m. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. UtKht.ni (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. Tho Fifth and Sixtu street, Pcroiid and Third street nnd Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8; 55/10:13 sa. m.; 2:15, 5:05 and 005 p. m. Doyleston at a. m., 4:10 and &RB p. in. Lausdalo at 7iSM) a. m, F..rt Washington at 9:20,11:20 a. m., and 3:10 p. m. Abiugton at 2:36, 6:55 and 9:.1 > p. m. ON _UNDAY3. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at P:.io a. m. Philadelphia lor Doy.e-sto.in at £00 p. m. Dojleeton for Philadelphia at 7:00 a. vi. Bethlehem fur Philadelphia at 4:00 p. m. Ticket-, sold and baggage checked through to prin cipal points,at Huun's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express Office, No. 105 South Fifth street. ELLIS CLARK. Agent. November 21,1870. KNIGHTS Oh PYTHIAS. onAND loom. W. 11. Wade, Grand Chancellor; Lin gun B. Allen, Vice Grand Chancellor ; 11. C. G. Hartman, G. R. and 0 8;J. B. Vaughan, 0. Banker. Representa tives to the Supreme Lodge—W. H. Made, D. W. Bnhanou, William J. Tys >v. SUBORDINATE LODOEB. Virginia Ledge, No 2, meetß ever? Monday night in Pythian Hall. W. V. Glazebrook, W.C. Old Dominion Lod:_o, No. 4, imeta every Tuesday night in Pytlnnn Hull. C. E. Wiugo, W. C; C. W. Macfarlane, R. S. Syracuse Lodge, No. 6, meets every Friday night in Marshall block. J. McCarthy, W. C; Dr. Jenifer Uarnctt, R. f. Damon L' dge, No. 7, meets every > rlday night, at Mason's ball, Twenty fitih street. G. Watt Taylor, W.C; T. Wiley D»vh, R. 8. Marshall Lod», No. 19 meets rvc-ry Thursday night, at tt.elr hall corner Second an 1 Broad streets. CharlosEppf.W.O. Richmond Lodge, No. 12, no-i U every Thursday night in Pythian Hall. M. P. Handy, W. C: J. P. Wood, R. S. Germania Lodgo, No. 15, moeti every Tuesday night iv Marsh-til block. Cbaa Dumker, W. C; Charles T. Lobr, K. 8. Ulues Lodge, No. 17,roePts every Wednesday night in Pythian Hall, W. C. Cnriington. W.C; W.J. Riddick.R. B. Friendship J».lge, No. 20, (Manchester), meets in Engine Uoupc every Thursday night, E. 8. Car luaa, W, C.; W. R. Gary, R. 8. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES tor the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Fielding H JotE-r, baukiupt in baukruptey. At Richmond, on the 16th day oi M- y, 1871. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— Please take notice hereby that a petition has been to wit: on tho 16th day of M.v, iffl. filed in said District court by Fielding II Jeter, of Bedford c'ty, in nai.J d.strict, who has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt, under the act of Congress entitled "An act to establish a inoro uniform system of bank ruptcy throughout the United States," approved Hand) 2d, A. D. 18u7, for a discbarge and certificate thereof, from all hia debts and other claims provable under said act, and that tho _1 day of June, 1571, at 10 a. ni., before W. W. frorbes, oho of the registers of said court iv bankruptcy, at his office iv Richmond, in the Igj 1 district, is the time atd place assigned for the hearing of tho flame, when aud whore you may attend, and fitaow cause, If any you have, why the prayer of tho aaid petition should not be grunted. Yon are also hereby notified, that the afcond and third meetings of the creditors of said bankrupt will be held at the same time and place. W. W. FORBES, Regis'er in Bankruptcy for the my 16—Tu2u- 3d < nng'l district of Va. 1 '9— Involuntary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT 0» THE UNITED J. STATES tor tbo Ear tarn District of Virginia. In the matter of John W Wool folk va W U Hud gin, bankrupt-in baukruptey. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 The undersigned, T II of Cat oil ne county, Virgiira, hereby gives notice of l.ia appointment as assignee of the estato of \\ ii Hitdgio, ol Caroline cuanty, in said district, who wax, on the 2*th day of liareh, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on the petl tion of John W Wool folk by the District Court of aaid Distrj. t. Datei Milford, Vay 16th, I*7l. T II lIUOOKaI my 16—Tu3w Aaslgnee. RAILROADS. Richmond and Yon Rivta Railroad, "I HupsaiHTiNDßXT'i Orrioi, > Richmond, Va., April 29, 1871.1 /"lIIANOK OF SCHEDULE—DAILY LINE. On md after MAY nth, 1871, the TRAINS on this road will runaslollows: PASSKNGER TRAINS LeM o West P< int daily at 9:00 a iv Arrive at Richmond '• V'ib't " i yhl 1 " 3:oopm Arrive at Wost Point " 4:48 " FRKIGHT TRAINS, WITH PASSENGER CAR ATTACHED. Lerive Richmond dally (Mondavi excepted) at 4 am Arrive at West Point dally " " it 7.30 " Leave West Point daily " .... 1p m Arrive at Richmond daily " ■ " 6 " Trains connect daily at West Point with first class Steamers for Baltimore, and all points North aid '.Vest. Fare from Richmond to Baltimore, $5.00. Through Bills of Lading given to all points North and South. Freight roceived daily and promptly forwarded. Persons going by this roots get i good night's rest on most oomfortable bouts, with tables unsur passed by any, and arrive in Baltimore In time for Northern and Western trains. On and after Miy 6th l round trip ticket will be sold Trom Kichmond to West Point, good to go down on SATURDAY and return on MONDaY, for *176. In this way persons may enjoy fine salt wafer bath ing at West Point. Bathing-helices will be fitted up. Ooed hoiels are open for the accommodation of guests at moderate pi fees. PHILIP T. YBATMAN, General Ticket ui.il Freight Agent. Wm. N. Be ah 'i. Superintendent. my 1 meting at G.oiloiiHvillo with Orange, Aloxandn •nil Manassas train for Washington and North, an Lyncbbnrg and Bouth. This train will run through to White Sulplm Spriugs TUJCSDAYB, THURSDAYS, and BATUU LAYS. 3i35 P. M.— ACCOMMODATION TRAIN fo Oordonsville. SUNDAY TRAIN leaves at 8:50 A. M. for Gordons ville, connecting f• r the North and Boutb. THROUGH TICKKTB, it low rates, sold to 1 points North, Wett and Southwest. Further information may be obtained at the com pany's office. A. H. PERKY, RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.— CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.—On and afte MARCH 30,1871. GOINO WEST, Train No. 1 (Through Passenger) leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays! at 4A. M.; leaves bin ville at 11:08 A. M.; arrives at Qreensboio' at 1:52 P.M. Train No. 3 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Rich mond daily at 9:15 A. M.: arrives at Lynchburg at 5 P. M. Train No. 5 (Through Mall and Express) leave Richmond daily at 2:40 P. M ; leave Danvll c daily at 10:22 P. M.; arrive at Greensboro'daily at 12:50 A. M. GOING EAST : Ttain No. 8 (Through Mall and Express) leave Greensboro' daily at 2 A. M ; leave Danville dally at 4:38 A. M.: arrive at Richmond daily at 12:30 P. M, Truiu No. 8 (Through Passenger) leaves Greens boro' daiivfexcept Sundays) at 11:05 A M; leave Dan ville at 1:27 P.M.; arrive at Kichmond at 8:15 P. M. Train No. 0 (Lynchburg Passenger) leaves Lynch burg daily at 8:30 A. M.; haves Burkeville at I P. M.; arrives at Rii hniomi it 4:00 P. M. TiaiuH Noa. 1 and 5 connect at Greensboro'with Trains on North Caiotina Railroad for all points South. Train No. If connects at Burkevllle with Train on Atlantic, Mlshissippi and Ohio Railroad for all points Bouibwent aud South. THROUGH TICKETS to ill points South md Southwest can be procured at the ticket office in Richmond. £5* Papers that have arrangements to advertlie tbe scheilulo cf this company will pleabo print a-i above. JNO R. MACMCRDO, ip 15 General Freight and Ticket Agent. 1871. 1871. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OVER TBE SHORT LINK RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC ROUTE, TO ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST, AND NORTH WEST. Train So. I.— Through Mail Train, via. Wash ington, leave Depot, corner of Byrd nnd Eighth slreeis, daily at 12:45 p lv ; irrive iv Richmond d lily at 2:vo p m Train No. 3,—Thronirh Mall Train, via, Wash ington, leaves the Depot, corner of J;> nt and Eighth streets, daily (Sun. ays excepted) at 8:45 p m ; uc rivou In Richmond (Mondays excepteil) at 3:30 a m. THROUGH TICKETS and HIROUGH BAQUAGE. Checks to all the principal points in the North, East, and Northwest. FItKIGHT TRAINS leave Richmond on TUES DAYS and F-IUAYS. Tbo AOUOMODA'IION TRAIV, between Richmond and Milford, will run dally (SundHys excepted,) leaving the depot, corn r of Broad and Eighth steels, at 4:30 tilu. and arriving in Kichmond at 8:50 a m. Apply at COMPANY'S OFFICE, corner of Broad and Eighth streets. J.B.GENTRY, General Ticket aud Freight Agent. K. X. D. Hrni, General Superintendent le 13—If ORANGE, ALEXANDRIA AND MANABBAB RAILROAD. On and after SUNOAY, January 29,1871, one dnily passenger train will run between WAsHINGION and LYNCHBURG, connecting at Gordontsvllle with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad to Richmond, Staunton and the Virginia Springs _at Lyncbbnrg for tbe West and Southwest, md at Washington, to the North and Northwest. Leave Washington daily at 6:66 a. in., and Alexin ria at 8 a. m., arriving at Lynchburg at 6:06 p m. Leave Lynchburg at 8:26 am, arnvo at Alexandria at 6:26 p in, and at Washington at 6:16 p m. For MANASSAS LINK loave Washington daily (excepting Sunday) at 10:30 a m; leave Alexandria at 11:20 a m, pass Strasburg at 4:20 p m, and arrive at Harrlebnrg at 7 p in. Eastward, leave Harrisonburg at 6:30 a m; pass Strasburg at 926 a m, arrive at Alexandria at 1:58 p m, and at Washington in time for connecting with the 3p ra train fiom Washington to Baltimore. Good .connections, by comfortable coaches, are mado to Fairfax Conrt House from Falrfux station ; to Mlddlebnrg from Plains; to Upperville from Piedmont, and to Staunton from Harrisonburg. Both the Eastward and Westward bound trains make clone connection it Strasburg with tha Win chester and Strasburg Railroad to Wiachoner, Har per's Feriy, Ac. Elegant sleeping cars are run dally between Now York mid L>nchbtirg, without change. Also, cars through between Baltimore and Lynch tiitrg, avoiding the inconvenience of transfer in Washington. Through ticket-: aud baggage checked to all promi nent poiuts. ,1. M. BROADUB, mh 7—tf Gtuoral Ticket Agent. DIRECT PASSENGER ROUTE BETWEEN KICHMOND AND THE SOUTH, SOUTH WEST AND NOItTHWEST, VIA THE VIRGINIA AND TKNNItBBEE AIR-LINE RAILWAY. This Great Fas-cuger Route is comprised of the Ricbmoud aud Danvi.lo railroad, Virginia aud Ten nessee consolidated Railway Line, East Tennessee and Virginia railroad, i'ast Tennessee and Georgia lailroad, Niuhvilie and Chattanooga railroad, Mem phis and Charleston railroad and other connections Passenger trains leave Richmond daily (Suodais excepted; at 9:10 a. in., making close connections throughout to Lynchburg and stations on Soatbside railroad. Bristol and stations on the Virginia md Tcuiies-uo railroad, Knox villi-, Decatur, Corinth. Grant Junction, Uemphfs, Ne» Orleans, Cbattanoo go, Oanou, Jackson, Vickstinrg, Mobile, Dal ton, At lauta, Rome, Selma, M.con, Columbus and ill points South n< d Southwest, Nashville, Columbus.Chicago, Louisville, Jackson, Tennessee, Cairo, St. Louis aud all points North ami Northwest. Through tickets good until used. Baggage checked through. New and elegant aliepiug cars on all night trains. Good eating houses and aniplo time for meals. Fare lower than by auy other route. For further information, apply at tbe office of the Virginia a..d Teunesaeo Air-Live Railway, 1326 Main •treet, or at tho office of the Rn h unuil aud Danville railroad. R F. WALKER, Agent. ALEXANDRIA, LOUDOUN AND HAMPSHIRE r-AILKOAD. SUMMKit ARR\NGEMENTI*I, BEGINNING AI'RH. 1. l>iC9. TWO TRAINS DAILY (BXOW T SUNDAY) BE TWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND HAMILTON. Leave Alexandria at lam and 6 pm. Leave Hamilton at 5a m and 11.30 am. Leave Leesburg at 5.26 a m and 12.15 p m. Tho 8 a m train from Alexandria and 11.30 a m train from Hamilton connect with Kemp's Daily Line of Coaches for Purcellville, Suickersville, Ber ryvillo.anl Winchester; also, with Reamer's Line of Coaches, which loaves Leesburg daily for Ball's Mill, Aldie, and Midll.il.iirg. On and after June, twenty atages will run daily to Capon Springs. All trains arrive it .Alexandria at convenient hours fir cnuntrt.i-,8 with Washington and Balti more the bUnu day. PARE, From Alexittdria to Leo-bur?: \t 00 I Winchester $i 00 Olark's Clap 2 25 | Ball's Mill Ii 26 Hamilton 2 26 | Altjia 2 76 Purceiivillt 2 75 Mtdiilebnrg 3 26 Berry villc 3 50 | Craorls per New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimote ste m' ra, 11 .ilroad or Express, to eire B. 11. Haven i.it General... gent At Alexandria, will ba forwarded over tba road free ol charge for commission. C ii.limitation ttik'.ts between Alexandria md Hamilton, and all Intermediate stations, it low rate. Hound trip tickets, Rood only for day of Issue, be tweeu Altixandrti and Hamilton, and between those nnd iuttnuedinto paints, at reduce 1 rates. NATHANIEL HAYS, J* I—lJ Uenorsl SuperioUnOnt, STRAMSHIPS. TTIKaiNIA BTBAMBHIP COMPANY. Th. stesmshlps GEORGK P. nPTON mil WIL LIAM P. CLYDK leave New York .very TUKSDAY mil BATf/RDAY it 3 o'clock P. M., Torn Pior 81 North river: leave Richmond every TUJSSDAV cnil FRIDAY it high tide. Ol.ise connections ran.l*, with steam-™ for ll Southern llirl Bastorn ports. 1). .1. liUUR, President, Washivot .tf h Co., Agents, Klchmoatl, Vi Pier 21 Ifotth rivor, New York. Ip 4 FOR NEW YORK—OLD DOMINION BTKAM SIIU' 0 aMI'ANY. The splendid new sidewind Bteiinnliip» ISAAC BKLI. AI.BtiMAKl.il, SARA'i'lkl \. tl STTKHASai d NIAGAHA leavaNew York fi.i- Nero. Ik. City Point ml Richmond every TUKSDAY, lUURc'DAY mil SATURDAY, Rtl o'clock P M. Leave Richmond every lUcEDAY, FRIDAY aud SUNDAY at liiJi tide. These ships ato entirely new, and were built ex pressly far this route. They have splendid saloons end slate-rooms, at..| the scoommotlutioiis atid attention ere unsurpassed Goods shipped by this lino are lauded regularly it New York, on the Company's crvered pior, 117 North River, wilhiti fariy eight fyillrs. lusnranoe effected when on'ered, at i QUARTER OF ONK PKKChNT. at tho offiao ol lbs company. Fieights for potato! bey.-nil New York tciwarded with dispatch, nnd uo churge made, except HClual expenses incurred, JtiT" Far further Information apply *o JOHN W. WYATT, Agent, Jy 6—ts No 3. Governor Mroet. RAILROADS •pHir-ADKI.PUIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAJI.KOAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday, November 21st, 1870, trains will leave Depot, coiner Broad street and Washington avenue, as follows : Way Miil Train at 8:30 a. in. (Sundays ex cepted) for Baltimore, stopping at ull regular stations. Connecting at WilmiDgton with Delaware Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Hailroad and Maryland and Delaware Riil roid, at Harrington with Junction and Break water Railroad, at Seaford with Dm Chester and Delaware Railroad, at Delmar with East ern Shore Railroad, and it Salisbury with Wicomico and Pocomoke Railroad. Express Train at 11:45 i. m. (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), tor Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Tharlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk ton,North East, Chariest.iwn, Perryville,Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Perrytnan's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's, and Stetnnier's Run. Night Express at 11:30 p. to. (daily), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Ches ter, Tburlow, Linwood, Claymont, Wilming ton, Newark, Elkton, North-Eist, Perryville, Havre de Grace, Perryman's and Magnolia. Passengers fur Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take tbe 11:45 a. m. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS, stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington : Leave Philadelphia at 11 a m, 2:30, a and 7 pm. The spm train connects with Delaware Railroad for Harrington and intermediate sta tions. Leave Wilmington at 5:45 and 8:10 a m, 2,1 and 7:15 p m. Ihe 8:10 am train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7:15 pin train from Wilmington ruii.i daily. All other Accomodation Trains Sun days excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at 0:45 and 4 p in., will connect at Lamokin Junction with tba 7am unci 4:30 p m trains lor Baltimore Cen tral Railroad. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 a m. Way mail. 9:35 a m, Express. 2:35 p in, Express. 7:25 p in, Express. SUNDAY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE. Leave Baltimore at 7:25 p m, stopping It Magnolia, Perryman'a, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Perryville, Charleston, North-East, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilming ton, Claymont, Linwood and Chester. Through tickets to all points west, south, Southwest, may be pi enured at Ticket Office, 628 Cbestnut street, under Continental Hotel. where also staterooms and berths in sleeping cars can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing tickets at this office can have bag gage checked at their residence by the Union Transfer Compsny. 11. F. K.ENNEY, Superintendent. I)HILADELPniA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD. Commencing MONDAY, November, 21,1870. Pas senger Traius will leave Presidout Street Depot as follows: Way Mall Train for Philadelphia and Way Station' at 7:26 a. ra. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at 9:35 a ra. Express Train for Philadelphia and New York tit 2:40 p. ni. Accommodation Train for Port Deposit end inter mediate Stations at 6 p. m. Express Train fur 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 .1 10:40. 7:25 a. m. Train conuects at Ne-v Castle Junction with train for all Stations ou Delaware Railroad, and it Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia ani! Baltimore Central Railroad. 9:26 a. ni. Train at Perryville for Port Deposit. 2:10 p. m. Train at Perryville for all Stations on Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Rai'road and a*. Wilmington for Slatloi s on Delaware Railroad be tween Wilmington and flair.ugton. Through Tickets may he prccu ed either at Presi dent Street Depot, or at Ticket Office, No. 1-17 Balti more street. Secured seats fn the reclining back car and l"-i Ih or state rooms in sleeping cars procured at Haiti. more street fince during the day. On tippllcali-n at 147 Baltimore street the Union Transler Company will call for and check bar/gage at private resiileuceu, thus avoiding the confusion attending the saml it the depot. WM. CHAWFORI', General Agent. TkTORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD. On and after SUNDAY, December 4, HTO, Train, will lcavo as follows: 8:811 a. m.—-Mail dally (excopt Holidays) for tho Went and North to Buffalo aud Niagara sails. 12.40 p. in.— Fast Line daily (except Sundays) for the West and North to WUliamnpcrt. 7:40 p. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for the West. 1«:20 p. m.—Dail> for the West North to Buffalo, Rochester. Mapara Falls aid the Cauuda-i. Trains for Western Maryland Ruad at 8:30 i. ni, in I 8:30 p. m. Trains for Gettysbnrg at 8:30 a m. and 12:40 p. lv. Trains for Hanover at 8:30 a. in., 12:40 and S:3O p. vi. Trains for Cumberland Valley Road at 8:30 a. m. andi 12:40 p. iv. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. For York daily (except Sunda>s)—3:3o p ra. For Parktou daily (except Sundays) 6:30 pm. TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE. From the West and North—2:3o and 8:16 l m, 12;30. 2:46 and 0:15 p m. York Accommodation—lo:l6 a in. Parkton Accommodation—B:2o a m. For tickets to all poiutß North aud Wost, apply tv Calvert gtatien aud at No 9 North Calvert street. ED. g. YOUNG, General Passenger Agent. ALFRED R. FISKE, Geueril Superintendent. TH HE BALTIMORE. AND OBI; RAILROAD. On and after Sunday, 12th June, 1870, THREFJ DAILY TRAINS will bo run lot ween Baltimore md Wheeling and Parseisburg, as follows : Tho MAIL TRAIN, fur all way mints, fast ol Piedmont, will leave Baltimore daily (except Sun days) at 8:00 A. M.; rt.tf.rnir:g,will arrive at Balti more at 5:05 P. M. The 8 A. M., Train connects wHb Strasburg and Harrisonburg via Manassas Gup Ruilroad. Tbe FAST LINE will leave daily at 4 P. IU. ; re turning, will arrive at Baltimore at 8:30 A. M. Tbe CINCINNATI EXPRESS will Itnve ■ altimorr, dally at 8:45 P. M.; returning will arrive at Balti more at 8:60 P. M The WINOHKSTKR AND STRASBURG ACOMMO DATION TRAIN will leave Baltimore daily (except Sunday 4) at 4:06 P. M.; returning will arrive at 10:40 A.M. The MOUNT AIRY ACCOMOMDATION TRAIN will leave daily (except Kucdays, it 6.00 P. M. ; re turning, will leivo Maint Airy at C:l6 A. M., and arr ye at Baltimore at 8:30 A. M. The HLLICOTT'B MILLS TRAIN will leavo at 1:20 P. M., daily (except Sunda}s); i etnruing, will inivo at Baltimore at 3:20 P. M. FUR HAGERBTOWN AND FREDERICK. Leave at 8:00 a. m. and 4 and 4:06 p. m.; returning will arrive at 8:20 and 10:40 i. in. and 6:05 p. m. FOR WINCHESTER AND STRASUURQ. Leave Baltimore it 8.00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. ; re turning, will arrive at 10:40 a. m. and 6:06 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON. Lirite Baltimore at 4:20, 6:03,7, 8:10 md 11:80 a Dl.,atid 2, 8:60, 4:46 aud 8:30 p. nr. FROM WAStIINUTON. Trains leave it 0:45, 8:00 and fclf i. m. md 12.4 • 2:60, 4:10, 6:40, 7:45 anil v p. in. FOB ANNAPOUS. Leave Baltimore at 7 lad 11:101. m. and 4:46 | n. leave Washington at 6:45 and 9:26 a. ni. ar d 4:10 p. ni For farther information. Tickets of every kind. 4c, apply to J. T. England, A gout, Camden Station or at tho Ticket Office. JOHN 1.. WILSON, Master of Tran<r.oi tatlr v L M. 001.X, Olllirkl Ticket Ageut.