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he mail agent on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, appointed by Mr. Lincoln, intends to resign.--The Charlottesville Republican, noticing the reported resignation of Crook, says, that no committee waited on Mr. Crook on his passage through Charlottesville. He was permitted to pass unmolested. But that evening a telegram was sent to Lynchburg with the request that Mr. Crook be informed that he had better not pass Charlottesville on another trip, if he consulted his personal safety. This, we Lincoln, intends to resign.--The Charlottesville Republican, noticing the reported resignation of Crook, says, that no committee waited on Mr. Crook on his passage through Charlottesville. He was permitted to pass unmolested. But that evening a telegram was sent to Lynchburg with the request that Mr. Crook be informed that he had better not pass Charlottesville on another trip, if he consulted his personal safety. This, we suppose, was done, and hence our cotemporary may have been misled.
Railroad accident. --On Wednesday last, as the freight train of the Central Railroad Company was passing between the University of Virginia and Charlottesville, a steer, whose net weight was about 1,400 pounds, broke through the floor of one of the cars, and was killed; the passenger car attached was thrown from the track and broken to pieces, the captain of the train, Mr. Sims, and the owner of a number of sheep from Augusta, were also injured. Had the car been constructed of the right material, the accident would not have occurred.
New York 4½ per cent.; on Philadelphia 4½ per cent., and on Baltimore 4½ per cent. premium. South Carolina Bank notes 1 per ct. dis.; North Carolina Bank notes 3 per cent. discount. Planters' and Miners' Bank of Murphy (N. C.) 20 per cent. discount. Speckle buying at 2½ and selling at 4½@5 per cent. premium. List of Virginia Bank notes Bankable in Richmond. All the Banks located in Richmond, and the branches of such as have branches. Bank of Commerce, Fredericksburg. Bank of Howardsville, Howardsville, Albemarle. Bank of the Old Dominion, Alexandria. Bank of Rockbridge, Lexington. Bank of Rockingham, Harrisonburg. Bank of Scottsville, Scottsville. Central Bank of Virginia, Staunton. Danville Bank, Danville, Va. Farmers' Bank of Fincastle, Fincastle. Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg. Monticello Bank, Charlottesville. Southwestern Bank, Wytheville. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Staunton. Branch of the Bank of the Valley., Christiansbur