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TUK DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPII. riHLDELPfTTA, MONDAY, SEFTEMBER 3 18GG
There are few things in human nature, ho
awer great or noble in the abstract thej may be,
that have not a weak and, srouerally, a ridlcu
lo'iM side an well. Theories and practice, which
In their highest development are capable of ex
citinfr admiration or awe, may, when looked at
in another light and from a different point of
view, be fair subject lor a laub or for a sneer.
In actual life the real al .ays falls so deplorably
short of the ideal, tbat persons who arc
moved by the best intentions possible, owiue
to the weakness of human nature in gene
ral, and the unsonlal atmosphere of a
Btem niatler-of-fact world, end by making a
display wbiGh is cither pitiable or abeurd, or
botb. Grand ettcrprises and noble aims thus
meet with most terrible tails. The motive may
have beeu mairnificent; but what is the remit?
.Abstractedly considered, no position or purpose
can be liner than those of the teacher who
regards it aa his peculiar mission to denounce
very phase ol heresy or error, and to inculcate
at every opportunity the saviug princip'es of
truth. But aubhmo principles demand no ordi
nary exponent. What Socrates or 8t. Paul may
have done with great effect, is somewhat feebly
performed by a youthful though enthusiastic
curate. Judicious anathematizing goes, it is
true, a long way; but unfortunately a sub
stratum of arcument is needed as well. Aquin,
what nobler Ideal can there be than the B"ll
denyini! hero who (.ysteiuntically morlih: the
grosser parut ol his nature in oroer thai bis
highest and most spiritual oigaus may be free
from carnal lets and hlmirauces In the
performance ol their proper functions? Aud yet
the sight of an emaciated eci-lenlanic who, in
the recesses of some sumptuous saloon, delights
to dwell upon the beauties of Gregorian c riant,-,
upon the charms ol vestments aud stales, and
upon Ea-ter or Christmas decorations, before a
select lemalu audicucc, is not exactly calculated
to inspire emotions of the purest and m.-wt un
mixed veneration. It is doubtless a very noble
thing to win the applause of a gentle and appre
ciative sex, to be considered "exceedingly nice,"
and to know that in Lent, at any rate, one has
the reputation o being &o conscientious as to
carry ones creed too fur tor one's physical
wellare, to be convinced that one is the spiritual
physician of countless ieininine souls, and to
end a rich reward in a bounteous supply of
beautifully worked slippers and lamjuisming
smiles. But to the prolauc mule observer there
is something boideriug upon the laughable even
in the mission of the "pet-parson." in the same
way, an endeavor to realize the contemplative
life which Aristotle has described as so godlike
and grand, to live purely for the beatitudes of
intellectual rapture, unruffled by ordinary emo
tions, and careless of worldly prosperity, is as
laity as anytniug that could lie winked. Unfor
tunately the external evidences of such an ex
istence are apt to be stranucly tinned with the
ludicrou". 'lhe old story ol Sir Isaac Newton
eittinir all night with one boot off, lost in the
eirort to solve some ob trine astronomical pro
blem, or ot the lover who in a moment of phi
losophical abstraction so far torvot himself as
to make u tobacco stopper of the tair one's
iincer, ought ot course to till the hearer's mind
with f-entiments of pro'ound veneration. As a
matter of tact, however, irreverent numamtv
has a tendency to smile at such anecdotes. It
is tne lauit 01 nuinaniTy; dm it is to be leared
that the error is irradicable. We may mention
a tew instances of the weuk siJe in cases in
which the consideration of the intrinsic merit
and nobleness is eapuvariDg enough. Among
the various methods that have been pro
posed lor the investigation of historical fact is
one which endeavors to assign to every im
portant event some distinct caue. Wars which
iiave changed the fate ol nations are thus
referred to apparently insitrniticunt motives of
action the caprice of a king, a courtier, or a
mistress. Obviously there may be occasions in
which this method is attended with extreme
utility: but at times it can become absurd. Si
le nez'de Clcopatre eut ete plus court loute la face
de la tm-re aurait change ; an l as the desnuy of
the world is here made to depend upon the nose
ot Cleopatra, so would the advocates of this
method of treatment represent a certain curtain
lecture which King Darius received from his
wile a the renl origin ot the wars between Por
aia and Greece, which lorm no unimportant
epoch in the history of the world. Further
following out tuese principles, we shall arrive
at tho basest conceivable torm of her j-worship,
and with a certain kind ol hero-worship we
have to deal.
There has been a great attraction to mankind
at all ages, in tixiug upon some one person as
the representative and guider ot society and in
speak in? of opinions and principles, whose
growth has been slow and gradual, as the pro
ducts oi the liteiimc of an individual, and the
immediate fruits of his solitary influence. It
does not need much retleclion to perceive
whither hitch views are likely to tend. The
liero himself possessing such paramount weight
upon events in eeneral, everything tbat he does,
or says, or thinks, will be sutl'used with a cer
tain halo of splendor. He will no longer be an
ordinary human being, but a kind ot god, who
can, by the nodding of his head or the
turnine: ot his little finger, affect Hip char
acter of whole centuries to come. What he
wears, what he eats, his sleeping and
lils wakinar hours, bis walks, his wife, his
children all these will be leeitimate subjects of
interest and inquiry. Curious crowds will gaze
at him in the street", photographers will suppli
cate for a sittincr. the Arabs of the town will
desire to touch even the hem of the garment ot
the great man. There are peculiar penalties
attached to the possession of greatness, and to
all these he must patiently suDtntt. When
abroad he will occudv a somewhat similar posi
tion to that ot the newly imported and caged
wild beast, with this essential distinction that.
while we may fairly believe the dumb animal
to be insensible to these attentions, the human
hero is, like common mankind, sensible to
dipcomforts and inconveniences. His house will
be a sort of curiosity shop. The appearance ot
the windows, of the door, and ot the door
step w ill be diligently studied. It is needless
to say that an inundation ot letters requesting
autoirranbs. or perhaps advice, will be forever
streaming in upon him. His only solitude will
be some chamber fastened with bolts and bars,
and inaccessible to the human eye. The glare
f davhemust. if he wishes tor peace, eschew.
and, like the present Laureate, and other
celebrities, take his walks abroad at nicht
JSveu after such alife, death can hardly be said to
end ms earthly troubles; memoirs, biographies.
ana reminiscences, hideous distortions oi reality,
will issue in rapid succession from the preps Ful
yome adulation will come from the pen of the jour
nalist and the lips of the preacher. Speculations
-will be entered upon as to the probable salvation
of the great man s soul; and the question ot his
eternal misery or bliss will form the title of
sensation sermons. A deep and secret signifi
cance will be discovered In every trivial act of
his past existence. Whatever of good he said
or did must not be interpreted in the same
manner that would be permissible in the case of
liia fellow-men. Thia is not all. Perpetrators
of yersicles will- do their worst to drag in his
jiame into every conceivable kind of metre,
and to make It do duty as a rhyme with
an infinite variety ot Bounds. It is at least
fair that 6uch a fate should be generally
reserved for the time when, it may be cha
ritably supposed, hi ear i deat to mortal
praise or blame. It is taking a horribly utir
advantage to molest his lifetime with printed
pamphlets, which set torth each particular that
concerns bis every-day doings, hia personal ap
pearance, hia aversions and his tastes, his pet
weaknesses, and his special friends. Hitherto
this species of publication has been confined, at
any rate, to America, and there it has given no
offense, for the simple reason that personality
In transatlantic literature is not unfrequently
considered equivalent to spirit and to point. In
Kuirland we have alwavt been careful to avoid
any remarks in public writing or speaking which
la-uld at all be regarded a unduly laving bare
tup private concerns of the great uieu of the
time. But In this latter, as in others, we have
Inlcly taken a lesn from our American cousin.
The occasion ot th inaugural aadrtw of Mi.
Thotuas Carljlc at the EthnbtirnU University,
has elicited printed rncotdi ot the inner lll'e of
lie author ot "Suitor Uesartus," which are
Urantrely at variance with our obsolete precon
ceived notions ot etiquette and good taste. The
speech itf-el'' has been republished in the form
ol a separate volume, with the addition of a
brief irentifce eutitled Preliminary," and a
"Memoir." both forming, ss e are told, "a
vcrv appropriate introduction." u is quite a
mbtake to suppose that Carlyle U "a Bloomy
.LiKe TIiacKerav nno mom oilier
sensible authors be baa no disinclination to
accept an Invitation to a good dinner.' in
deed, ho was quite infitoly the guest ot the
fashionable voung officers on guard at St. James'
l'filace, "ivtio were dclichted at having the
great man amongst them and in full talk, too."
And then, with a charming unreserve, the
author of these delightful pages tniorros us of
the manner in which Leigh Hunt u.od to get
into pecuniaiy difficulties, and In which Carlyle
whs always ready to cive him a helptnnr hand.
Really, it is deeyly interesting to be tuld thst
the great thinker wowrs "a brown coat, and
lnik born buttons, with n larae slouched hat,"
and that one da? he found himself in an omnibus
without threepence lo pay the fare. Carlyle, it
appears, always walks at m?ht. cairyihg an
enormous stictc," on the possible services of w hicli
the writer of these pages. cunouMy euouuh,
devote" a lew interesting speculation. In tho
next place, we are told that the creat me.n groom
his own horie, and a few lines lower down
he Is gracefully compared "to a skeleton
guardsman." It is quite alarming to think of
the am, unt of drudgery through which the
nutbor mntt have passed during the collection
of n-.ftic'.eiit material tor these "Preliminary"
remarks. Indeed we canrot but suppose thst
he I, us mane it his particular business ti
innuire ol the little slreet-bov. shopkeeper.
and orgoii-gritulei? ot the neighborhood, what
they have at past times known or seen of the
celebrity of Chej tie Kow. Unite pathetic is the
lament of the decadence of Chelsea as a
fashionable cliHtrict. It is distressing that so
much greatness should have clios-en to dwell in
a locality, now. alas I sadly talleu from its old
gentility. Subsequently we are treated to a
very minute account ot every peculiarity, in
manner, character, feature, and voice, which
distinguishes Mr. Cnilyle. Br the by tt srems
ratht r sirnnge that the compiler of the "Me
moir"' Bhruld be so bewitcningly innocent as to
quote a Tew lines from the "Lutrer Day Pam
phlets," in which a denunciation ot the "valet
or 'flunkey' world" is contained. However,
"rumors of the outward world'' seldom reach
Mr. ('urhlc in bis back study in Upper Chene
Kow, so that It 1? hardly possible lor him to be
disgu.-ted or annoyed by tnese remark.
insgu.-t is, indeed, the only sentiment which
such otlcuses ucalust deiiea'ey and good taste
cull lorth. fiosylp, in an ordinary way, is
little more than a mere waste ot time, aini if
people who have plenty of leisure do not know
w hut to do with themsi-lvcs there is no real
rea-on why they should not busy themselves a
little with their neighbors' atl'uits. But a printed
collection of tittle-tattle about an intellectual
celebrity deserves some protest. After all he is
a man, and it is a little bit too bad to treat him
as if he was a monster some exceptional
prodigy, whose movements aud habiU were in
contradiction ol the oi din.a-y laws of nature.
By all means, let the world tu general have its
innocent aniUFcmeuts, however iusigniticant
and despicable they may be. Let persons dis
cuss among themselves the customs and
characters of all who bear names grput in
science, literature, or art. But when stick i:lle
gofceip is systematically promoted by the press,
the legitimate limit ot ireetnougnt ana iree
expression has been somewhat overstepped.
it must De rememperea xnai inese pub
lications excite a novel and a noxious
literary appetite, and one which, if it
spreads, will create an equally objectionable
supply. It is tho boast of an Kngli-hmau that
a man s nouse is ni3 castie," ana tnougn mere
is not the least advantage to be trained in mnkinz
a mystery of the daily lite ot any one, it is a
matter to provoke some little inaignation when
domestic privacy is pried into at the will of, aud
to suit the numour of. the inquisitive. There
mny, perhaps, be some to say that the interest
wiucu me puuuc iukc in ine nonie nte oi ine
great and good is but cue loyal expression oi
their enttiasiastic admiration for their public
characters and public writings: but even grant
ing this the fact still remains, that it is an en
thusiasm which lamentably laeks discretion.
W hat possible ustiflcation can there be for a
restless craving to know how a man ot note lives
what he wears, what he eats, when he walks
out, and when he goes to bed ? There is not
the least obtection to intelligent readers lorm-
intr their conception of a writer's character
from the stamp ot his works; they may even
to iurther. aud conjecture whether their hero
La9 liebt hair or dark: whether he drinks
claret or beer. But do not let them seek to hud it
out trom personal inspection, or when they
have made their discovery think that it is
their duty to give their knowledge to the world
at large. The worship ot intellectual power
csin do no harm; but wnen people would scru
tiui;;e the habits ot intellectual men, they cease
to leverence the mind, and degenerate into
victims of foolish curiosity and manufacturers
ot idle gossip. A child may be excused tor
wbhiug to know whether tne author ot hi
favorite fairy tale is really nothing more than a
common man. or woman, with two legs, two
arms, and a heud, even as his father or mother
lias. But what is excusable, and possibly at
tractive in a child, is hardly creditable to an
adult public, or to an adult writer.
But there have been other offenders in this
matter, and not less reprehensible tne cheap
press. If there is ono leature in our modern
society of which we are prouder than another,
it is our daily penny newspapers, aud the
influence which they exert upjn public
thought and taste it is almost impossible to
exaggerate. Within the last tew years, and as.
perhaps, the natural accompaniment of the
modern "sensation leaders," there has been
introduced into these omnipotent organ3 a very
obiectionable practice of attaching, in too
many instances, some peculiarity in manner or
appearance, to illustrious politicians as a kind
ot distinguishing leature. Thus we are
told that it is the custom ot some of the
principal parliamentary speakers to assume
a certain attitude, of others to eye the
bouse in a particular manner; while some
are in the habit of taking lozenges at
stated intervals, and others have an awkward
trick of tailing asleep. This, however. Is not a
very important evil. But whatever liberty he
may take with M.P.'s.the journalist can hardly be
notified ii. introducing a detailed account ofthe
domestic affliction which some eminent mau
has sustained, simply because it is an attractive
theme lor an article. Ana nere, once again.
Mr. Carl vie has been the person sinned against
As is well known, Mrs. Carlyle died within a
brief space of the delivery ot the introductory
address at Edinburgh; and, notwithstanding the
iaet that she may have been "a woman or. no
ordinary mark," it really hardly seemed decent
in a writer in one of the most popular of the
cheap daily papers to pass a few observations
on her Hie and character. Is there to be no
subject on which these remorseless purveyors
oi novelties will forbear to dictate ? It may, ot
course, be a great consolation to "the bereaved
and desolate husband" to know that he has
obtained a "respectful trioute of heartfelt
sympathy" from the Daily Telegraph. It may
be very well to plead that "the bereavement
which has made bis home desolate is one
that will touch with genuine sorrow the
heart ol every man and woman, not only in
these Islands, but wherever English litera
ture is dear;" but we cannot help thinking
that the journalist bad better have adhered
to his first intention of not "somewhat rashly
plucking aside the veil." To talk of a "cryot
commiseration for the death of her who so
ministered to the greatest living teacher of his
countrymen, arising wherever the English lan
guage is spoken," is nonsense and bad taste as
well. And the matter is made still worse when
it is remembered what, according to the writer's
own admission, is the peculiar nature of the
"bereaved husband" "lonely, tender, and yet
almost saturnine." "Balm," aud "healing," and
"bruised and lacerated hearts," are expressions
' which have such a atcaugolycoiiveutiooal sound,
that they had, In atich a case, have been better
(eft. unpaid alto gether.
Wc shall do well 7,raloiisly to guard Brainst
an An'encanied periodical literature, and there
have been one or two symptoms recently of a
tendency in thin direction, lhe reform oebte
pi odt'ced several unpleasant amenities In jour
nalisTii. Mutual rocriminatlon ot n somewhat
demonstrative character occurred, but thene
might, in a great degree, have been the
consequence of boated and rapid discussion.
The instances to which alluon has been
already made, display the tendency In it most
drmaerous light. Newspaper writers ought to
remember that they are, alter all, something
more than mere gossip-mongers; and that they
can do bc"er tmn paint tn? nt'tiet on of a
Btricken w Mower, or the countenance ot an
angry neuator. Even etlect may be purchased
at toe dear u prloe; and sensation is not the eno
of nil writing. As for tho compilers of memoirs
of literary celebrities, it tnav not be amiss to
remind them that they will be performing their
task more ellectually by endeavorlne t? iia'vne
the t-tOe and thought of tneir wriv ;i"s, i j4n by
recounting the various etii, .oyimu.ts r'
heroes at various houses, Iheir favorite p'j.ust-
inents. and their favorite dishes. A biographer
has other duties to fulblthaa those of a valet,
and consequently other tidings to give. Above
all, it is quite possible fo bo spirited, minute.
and accurate, without being obtrusively per
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A CASK OF Ji7 TKAB.S' STANDING CUEKD.
From INSI.EY JEWKT I', No 15 Avon P.ace. Bton
I bae annerca, anaomtimos severely, for 27 vear...
from dvspepsla I commenced taking the l erutian
hvrup,uu. lound iinincUii.te bcuefliiroui It. In lheeour-
of t iree or loprweeas i was ent re relieved from mv
sulleriiitiH, and have enjoyed uninterrupted health evct
One of the most dlatlnfiutshed .hirlsts In New England
'T have tried the PERUVIAN HVRIJI' and the result
fally sustains your preolruon. It has maioanewman
ol me; in usea iiuo my avsiem new vigor una energy: 1
am no longer tremu oua and di-nii ated. . wlun you
last t-aw me, but nr.mgor, hi artier, and wltb larger cana
cl y tor labor, mental and physical, than at auy Uinu
auring tue iasi nve en
An eminent Divine oi Itonton aavs :
'I have been u-tng the I'EUUVIAN 8TRUP tor some
tlmenaKt: u gives me new vigor, suovaucv ot anirlta
elasticity ol muscle."
Tli'iuiandt havrbirnchanofri, by theuteof thi$rtm-du
frtm Wt ak M ck v. tvftinr a cr. aluren tn ttr.mti. htatthu.
avd hi pp men and mown; and invalid) cannot reatuh-
aviy iittiiate io give tr a irtai.
A pamphlet ot 3pairca containing crtlflcntei ot euros
and recommendations irom xouio of the most eminent
pidsiciuiih. clergymen, ana o uor, wu be lent puke to
seetiiat each oat rf-uuviAN oYKUP b own n
j. P. mnsniOKK, proprietor.
No. ISO DEV Street, New York.
A N'D Bl ALL DRUOaiTS.
a1 F if 1
Vr V I" J I. M
All Vedital Men agree that I0DIN1 is TU". RF.ST
Ki win or rrrotina ami al. KirnreM diseases ever dis
covered lhe ditliuuliy has been to ohtam a Puun sm.n
HON oi u
DR. II. AKDEKS' IODISE WATER
Is a Pure Solution ol Iod'ue, VITUOUTA SOLVENl'l
Containing a full grain to each ounce of waLer.
A MOST rUWtKFl'l, VITJLIZINO AGENT AND
a&o i uiia i iv t-
It has cared and will cure sriiOFDLA in ail its manl
ULCERS, CANCEKS, fcYl-niLIS, SALT RIIOTM,
And it bos been used with astonishing success In cases
01 KHFl'MATISM, KTSrRI'SIA, I :ONKlimTIOH. I'RMALE
COMfLAIMS 1IEABT, 1.1VR1I, ana liIUKIf llI9A3KH,ete
Circulars will bo sent fule to any ono sending their
i rice ai-eu a oott'e, or 6 tor cr w.
Piepared by Dr. H. AS DEH9, Physician and Chemist.
FOB SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE,
No. 3(1 DY Street, Saw York.
AND BY ALL DF0OGISTS.
yjf .STAR'S BALSA ill
C II E Jl Ii Y
nA3 BEEK USED FOB KBABi.T
IIAIiV A CENTURY,
WITH THE UObT AiTOMSIIlUG SUCCESS, IN CDHINC.
COl GHS. COLDrl, flOARSENEWS, SORE THROAT
IX 1LI'LI niiuuriuu tVUUIl. tKUlf.
LIVER COMfLAINT ItRO -.CHI 1 IS,
DIFFICULTY OK BRl- AlHlMi,
AS1DMA. AND F.VKKY
Till! THUO.VT, LUStS, AND CHEST.
CONS U M V T I O N.
Which caines off more victims than anv other disease,
ano vihn-h hafltel tne skill o ihe l'uyalclana to a ?retor
extent than anv other malady, o.t'-n
YIELDS TO THIrt REMEDY
When all others prove Ineffectual.
AS A fllKDIl INi:.
KAPID IN BELIEF, SOOTHING IN" EFFPCT, IN
l l a ui f.mnuj
IT IS CS.UKPA1SD!
While a a nrenaration. tree from noxious ingredients
poinoiiH. or minerals. unitinK skill, science, and uieiileal
knowledge; couibioinR all that is valuable- in the vegeta
ble kMngaooi ; lor luis uiaas o. uinetute, ll is
INC OMPARABLE !
And is entitled, merits, and receives the general coufl
deuce oi the public.
tETMOl K HIATCIlER M. D.,
OfBerinan. N. V, v. rites as icllowst
lHTAii b ualsab utr iTiLueiiiuiti given universal
atlalactton. It seems to cure a l ough b loosuulng and
cleanstn the lungs, ana ahaung irritation, thud kk
tlOVINC THB CATJHB. INSTEAD OP IJHYINO l'f THS CODOII.
ani i.RAVi'r tub cttbL UKUiND. 1 consider the Klllssm
us kood as tinv. ii bui tne uesi, vuugu uiuuicuie witn
whltb I am acquainted. "
From Bon Judge t-PRAKFR, ot Canajohario, N. T.
Gem leuien:-This is to certdy ihat myse I ano lamlly
have und Dr . Wihtab'h Kalsam of Wild Chbbby lor
several ycurs, anu tliui I take great p eni-uro m recoui
ui"iii.iuu it In preference to anyiulng of the kind or the
purposes tor uhlch II is intended, in ca-es ot Atlhma.
I'h Itittt. or AUections ot Uie 'ihroal, I have never met
wiih au thing equal to lu
Very respectluliy, DAD 8PRAKEB.
Tne Rev. JACOB 8ECHLEK. of Hanover, Pa..
Well known- and much respected among tbe German
population in this countrr, makes tne following state
ment lot the benefit ol the afflicted:
i.mir Mrsi Fa-ting lea Izefl in utv tnmllv Important
benotlts Irom the use ot jour valuable prepara ion
'ihte' Balsam of Wild t hebki It aflor s me plea
sure to recommend It to ti e public Home eight years
ago one ot mv dnughteti seemed to be In a decline, and
little hopes ot bar recovery were enter ained I then
procured a bottle or your excellen . Balaam and before
she bad lakeo the whole ot the contents of the bottle
ii, ere was a great improvement In her hea tb. I have,
in my individual case, made frequent use oi yonr valua
ble medicine, and have always been bennnted bv It
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR A EOT ILK.
FOB SALE BT
J. P. DINSMORK. Ko 36 DKY Street, New Tork.
SETH W. FOWLE A SOS, Proprietors, Bostot.
Anl bv aU Druggists. 6 lBellt
Q. R A C K ' S
CTJBKS CUTS, BUBNS, SCALDS.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVK
CUBES WOUNDS, BBUI8K8, 8PBAIN8.
GRACE'S ( ELUBKATED SALVK
CUBES BOILS, ULCEBS, CANCERS.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVES
CUBES SALT BHEUU, ERYSIPELAS.
CRACK'S CELEBRATED 8ALVI3
CUBES CHAPPED HANDS, CHILBLAINS
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
HEALS OLD BOBES, FLESH WOUNDS, ETC.
It la prompt In act on, remove tain at once, ana re
duces tne most angrv -looking awstiinga and Intlauiiua
Mens, aa if by magic ttiua affurUmf lellel, and a oout-
p'ouiyUto cent a box I (Sent by mall for 36 cents.)
tOB BALI BT
r. V. DINSMOBE, No. fl DET Btraet. New Yoi
I. W FOWLE tt SON, rroorletori, Boston
AaabUWrBltt0crs,ana Couatr Btores
RK A O I N W R A I L U O A D
. C.RKAT TBPMC LINt..
iltOM rnlLADI-LlHl 1 0 jitE UtrutOH r
I'KNNNYLVAM . 1 HK HC'llYI,Kl.I, stI.(JTIB
rAKAbAH 'K1',ill)lTllWt8T. AND THE
HUMAItR APBAN'JtJH FNT Of PA8BENOER
1RAINH. ,tuue luifl
LenvlTiff fri Cftinf tiiiv'A.TiAtu, mt iniffTiriKtfi
. - " - 1 iuiwit ll
boors I ,
1IOBKINU ACCOM MOD ATIOK.
At 7 J0 A. fit. lor P.-Hiunt an ' intermediate Statin
At R l A. W. lor Itraillna I hnnnn K arrf Ahtirw r
vlllu, 1 Inegrove. Tsmanna, anbury. WlllniBno
Uniira, KoclkTsier Niatara Kal a. ItufTalo. A leamw
v llkmharre. I'lttston. Vi.rk. -.iril 1 htulw-r..
Hneralown etc. etc.
Ibis train connect at REAPING with F.aat Penn
sylvania Kallitwl trains for AHentown. etc, and the
I ttisn n Valley train (or llnrrishuru. etc i at l'Oux
CLINTON w.th atawlai'A Iiallroad troma for Wil
liamsburg, Lock Haven. Hmira etc.i al HaRIUH-
I C1H) w it u Northein enLrxl i nmlH-rlnnrt Vaiisv. anil
Peliuvlkill and Susquehanna trains lor Norlliumhailaud.
XI ' . ) .......... . .L I . . . I , ... . .
iiitaui.,ui ., .imiiiiiurnury . r ifM-uivr o. PH.. .
AF1EK (iO XI'RE
Leaves Phtl.inclpl.ia at .V;! P. M , for Reading Potta
ville. IlarTiMiuru etc.. ronn,-Nnc with ItaAillnu anil
Ci-lumuia Hnliroud rama Qr Columbia, etc.
Leaves Reading nte CD A atonutag atallwayata
tiona. a.rivluu at I hllmlelpbia at 8 5-1 A. M.
Krtiirning. )rav(a FhilaUeipUia at SOD P.M.; arrive
In Reading at 7 M P. M.
1 rains tor I'biladotphla leave llnnishnr at Bin A M.
and I'ot svlile at H 43 A. M arriving in Philadelphia at
PtO P. !. Alteineon trains leave Harris! iurg at S 10
P. H., rottsvllle at 2 4SP. M.. arrlvlno In l-lilnulnluhla
teaves Kei.ding at 7 30 A. M. and Harnshar? at 4 10
P M Connecting at Heading witli ai inmnnn A renin-
mrdatinn aouth, atb'i.OP. Al., arriving in Philadelphia
a io p. m.
aiarkf-c irain. wnn passenger rar attactied, leaves
Philadelphia at l'i 4 uoon for Reading au-i all wavsta
lions. Leaves itendfng at 11 3" A. 1M and Downlng'towu
nt 12'3fl P. .. for Philadelphia and all way ata iotuj.
All tne above 'rains run dally, --undnvs excepted.
Sunday trains leave PoUsvillc at Kin) A. at ., and Phl
lade phia at 3-lfi F M. Leave Phi'adelphla for Reading
at tCW a. i t lemming irnm Reading at 4 21 P. M.
t IU.S HtVoLLKV KAILROAU.
Paiveuj.! rs lor Donnlngtown and Intormoiliaie poinU
tnko the 7Mt' and 8-ifi A. II and 5 0 P M. trains from
Phi Hdelpbla, returning trom Downlngtowu at 0 3 A. M.
and I2'3" noon.
NEW YOUB EPIiESW FOB FlTTSBCRO AND TUB
Leaves New York at f) A HI. , and 8'IM P M., passing
Iieadlnii at M S and 11 .19 A. M and 1 48 P. M , aud con
ncetincat llarrlsburg wttli Pcnnsi ivanla and Northern
Central Bailioad express trnlns tor Pittiburg, ChloajjO,
WH lamsport. Hmira. Halt'more et".
ht turMiip, exprens tniln leaves llan-isbnrg on arrival
pt i lie I'limcyHuria express trom l'ittnburg, at 1 and
filTiA.JT andP-iAP M., passing Roadliur at 4 49 and
in fi2 A M , nd liao P af , and arriving in NewYorkat
10 A M amilt 4' P. M. sleeping ears accompany these
vuuir- iiiroun net ween uerse i uy anu rinsnurg, wun
a mall tralu tor New York leaves flarrlsbmg at 2-10 P.
M. Mail tmir for H.irri.-hnrg troves New York at U H.
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD.
Trains leave poitsvllle at 7 and ll ittf A. M., and 71f)
P. 1 . leturning trom :ruia)Ua at 1-Ji A. H. and Hit
anu i in I- jvi
SCHUYLKILL AND MJ-OUKHANNA RAILROAD.
1 rainsleuvo Aiibnra at 7 60. A. At. tor Pluegrove and
Karrlsburg and 1 Ml P M. tor Plneu'rove and Tremonu
returning irom Harrisburg at 3 20.P. M., and froai ire-
moiii at 1 JH A. as . anu n m r. m .
Tbrniiph flrst-clas tielcets and emigrant tlcketa to all
tn principal points in the Norili and ve-tand Canada.
j he lolicwlng uckets are obtni able only at the ofllce
ot H. MiAlitOliD, Treasurer. No. ttl S FOURl'li
street, Philadoipliia, or ot u. A. NluOLLS, tleneial
(-uiienuwuueiii. rinuiiif :
COW JlC'i ATION TICKFTS
At 215 percent, discount, between any points aesirert,
ior .Hiuies ui u liniiH.
Good lor 50(10 miles, beiwec-n all points, 52-J!) each, for
lumuics auu uiuis
Tor three. Mx. iiine, or tweiva uioatbs, for holders
ouly, to uu points, at reuuecu ran s
Itesiding on the line oi the road wilt be furnished catus
entltlinfe' themselves and wives to tickets at hall tare.
t unsuiN tu Kbiti
From Plilladt lphlo to nrlnolual aia lcna. good for Ha
tuidut . Huniia.T, anil nionil.iv. at roducod faie. to be bad
tn.v at the Ticket OQtee, at Tlill.VEt.NTU and UAL-
Lt 11 ILL streets
FREIGHT. tiooi's of all descriptions forwanled to
all the above points, irom the oiupauy'a new freight
Lepot, BlltMU anu n i.u n ireei.
LenveFblladc'pliia ually at ft 30 A ft., 12 4A noon, and tt
. J . ai.. mr ticaeit np. j.enanon, nurnsuurK, rotisviile
roil imnou, ana all points ncyona.
Close at the Philadelphia j 0t Ofllce for al! places on tne
Wl A I l.n
inau anu iia uiiiueiies ni o A. ivi , auo. lor me prmcinal
. ............ . l ... 'J 1 tt 1 X? ' LIU
C I lit 0 UUIJ U I o . w iu. o 111
DHII.ADKI.PH1A, GERMANTOWN, AND
X KOKKINlOWA KA1LHOAI).
Ou and a tor WEDNESDAY, Mar IS, 18C6,
LPBTe rtilltdelphlae, 1 8.!), 1(1 11,12A.M., 1,2, 8-10,
Lcae l.eiuian'.OViu6, 8, b 20, 9,10, 11, 1 A.M.
1.2 it. 4.4. 6 bH 126.96.36.199. IIP. Hi.
1 lie H i: conn liuiu, und 3fi und tH up trains will co
stop on tne uermauiown iirnncn.
Leave PbiindelpniafflO A. M.,a. 8 , 8. 10H P.M.
Leave UciniantownS A. M . . 1 4, H. !)H P. M.
Cl.fctsNUT DILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, lu, l'i A at., 2, H SH,7,
Uave iheenut Dill 710 r.iliiutci, 8 9 40, U-4U A. M
l'4U. 3 IV, 6 4U. B'4U. B 4n, ona in -io minutes 1 . n.
Leave Phtladelphia fi-10 uilnulon A- 3,4. and 8 P. H
Lenve t iicMiut inn 7-41 minutes A M., Ii 40, 6 40, an
P'zo liuiiu es r. im
Ft K t ONbHOllOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN.
Lenve I'lnliKielphla 6 H-K minute,, UDJ A.M., 1H,
4H Oh. m. W Oft immues, tintl 11H P. M.
1 esive Norritown b, 7, 1 60, 9,11 A ; M., 1, 4J4 k
hi d h V M.
ilieOH P. M. t'nln T,I:; "t0P at School Ijnn, tVIssa
hie-kon, Mauayuns, npring miu.anu i onauouoekan oui
Lfuvef hi'nticlphluOA. ;..:?, 4 and7H P.M.
Leoe SorriBluwn 7 A. M 1, end P. M.
FOR it AN A V CNK.
Len re Philadelphia (i. 8 95 minutes, 11-09 A. M., 14,
4. ftk.ti'-.Htr.. und I : M P-. u.
i.( av ttunayuik 6k, 7t , 8 ZO. 9t, III, A. M., 2, S. iiH
m l' OS HUNDAYS.
Leove rhllalelphla 9 A. ii. .. 2H , 4, and 7M P. V.
Leave Utinaj-uoli 7.' A. ll . l'i, 6 aod.a P. tt.
W. . NVlLhON.f.eneral Onnnlntennert.
teiotMNTb andOUFEAl Mtreeta
VTORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
1 Deiioi i f i ki htieet a'love i nomi son.
t ot IlK'I HI.I fcl.M, DOYL1STOWN. MAUCH
i HMl, k.AP'IUSi. niLlAJUt-i-UKT, andWILKEj;
At llki A. It. tVxprtm), for Det'ileheui, Allantown
aluueb i huuk, fliuleiun, W!lliau:suoi t, and Viuloa
Aii wr. v. (express) icr uetniecem, Eatton, eta.
reaclitna Fasten at t!M5 P. il
a 513 P. It., lor Betblaheoi, AUeutawn, Mauet
i or Doj'lfstown at 83" A M.,2 3i nnl 41 J P.M.
tot Kert natbinhtoa at 10 A. M. aa 11 P.M.
1 dr I snwla e at ti l P. U
White cars ot the hecond and T'jlrd btreeti Lin CiU
Pasemiert an run direct to the depot.
TRAJMm Oh. IL1L.AJ LCL1 VIA,
Leave Hethlthem at 6 2f A. Id. sue ii ;6 Noon. anC
6 IS i' It.
Leave Doy eMown at 6 40 A. M , 3 15 aoti 39 P. M.
Le.ire Lannlalo etli'WA.t'.
Leave I tirt Waanintf on at t' f- A. 11 , r Vt P. at
I PIIaoelpbia lot iletn eoem at 9 A. M.
I hliadelplita tor Unriestowp al 'tt't P. M,
De lesion 'or I' 111 adetphta at 7 20 A . M.
Pefniebem tor Hbiladetplila at 4 3D !'. M.
1 bmuii'i Tlcrets must b ptocine-i at the ticket omcs.
t KIttD btreet. or BEisBS btreeu
Ml XLLld CLARK. Aaont.
-7KST JERSKi RAILROAD LINES FI
VV 10"t ot MRKKT Street (Upper Ferrv), ,
n.encln-2 TLtSDAY. August .d. lHti
H i.M Mail lor BtUlruton. 8Mern. MUlville. and all
g P.M. Mall for Cane Mav. stoppmi? at Woodhury
and lilaiboto. and an stations beow olassooro. Due
at Cape fc a . 7 Ml P. M.
8 MO P.M. Pastenner, tor Btldetou, Sa em, and all
b P. il., Wooubury Accommodation.
J. Vift ItKhbstLAKit. Superlntenaent.
FretsiM will be teceived at Hecond covered W naff
be ow'Watnut street. Irom 74Hi A.M. until o 00 P.M.
That received before 9 CO A. M. will go through the same
Frelaht Delivery, No. 128 8. DFX a WARE Avenue.
Tbe West Jersey Rxprei-s Company will attend to all
tbe usual branches ot 1 a press busuiecs. A Special Mes
senger accompanies each through train. Oulce, No.4
WALNUT bUee Philadelphia.
Leave Cape May t 8-t.O A. M., Stall. stopclnR at all
Station., ou C. hi. & M. it U.. aud V In eland, Olassooro,
andWoodhorr Due 11 87 A.M.
leave lirldgeton, 7 15 A. M. and 60 T. M.
Leave 8alem 1 A. M. and t it r. M.
Leave MUlville 6-53 and 9'44 A. M and P. M.
J. VAN KEM48ALAKH,8uDerlntndeut,
West Jersey. Salem, and Cape May, and atUivllle B Ba
i Q-PHILDELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
J ODD BOAD.-Thls great line traverse the North
era and Northwest Counties of Pennsylvania te th
City of Krte on Lake Erie. It has been leased and U
r.,aA tk vnla Railroad Comoanv.
TIM K OF PAKSKaiOEBTKAItli ATPHILADKLPHIA.
Arrive Eastward-rie Hall Train, , A. M. ; Erie jlx
m..l. I D U
Leave Westward-Erie Mall,
T. M ErleExpres
Train 12 M.
Paseniier oar run through on theErte Mail and Ex
pres. train, both w abervt oenu.oe pn,. ,Ud trie.
Leave New York at 8 A M-. arrive at Erie 9 SO k. M.
Leave trie at 4-45 P. M.. arrive at New York 4 10 P. M.
lieu ant bleeping Car on ail Uie night train.
For lutorniatlon respecting passenger bumness, apply
t corner T 111 K i I E I H and M A BK. tT 8 tree W. P hi a.
And lor lreifbt business, of tbe Company' Agouut, 8.
B Kmgstou. Jr., comer Iblrteentb aud Market streets.
Pblladelphla! J. W. Reynolds, .rlej WUUuin Blown,
Aneut N- O. B R-, Balllinore.
II. II. HOtliil o.N, General Freight Agent, Phlla.
H. W. OW1NNEB. Uexer.1 Ticket Agent. Phlla.
A.L. TILkiKG oralHup WUlUtaaporv
PHlt.APKLI'HIA, WILMINGTON. ANU HAt
- TlH OK E KAIIOAJ).
Commenein: MONDAY, JoU t. IftftB. Tmans mt
leae Depot iMner ot It liOAD Street and WArtHINti
T''N Avenue, a lollowa:
Fstpresslrnln at 4 lit A. Hf. (Mondays evnenteid) . lasr
llHltlmoresnd ahinutiis stnpalng at Oh.itnr, W4
tmrigton. Newark. EIMm NoilhraM. rerrvim,lvnv
fle i;rac AlierdeeB,Pen)man's, Magnolia, obese a
Way Hall Train at l!l A. M. (Snndayi ct4i. Dw
Biltimcre, atonptng at all regular stations between I'M-,
tadelnliia and l.aitimor.-.
Dolaware Rollromi Train at fi A. M. (inadav e
ceptrdi, for Prluoess Anne, Milford, and Intermedial
1-apruaa Train at 11-45 A.M. (Suudayi K0epted, (r
Faliimore end Washlnjrton. '."
laprofsl rnln at P Bl. iftnndays ex rented) tor Bal
timore and Washington, stopping at - heter, (Maymeac,
JVItnilnRtein, Nerk, Mktnn, Nortbeast. Ponrvtlls.
tin It. A .In 1 aak a I . I 1 , . .... F . .
. . ...w.jiuiiiirTii, i-irrmnn s, juiirewooa, aiai
bolia, ( hase'a, and Memmer Knn I
riK-itiprewii ii r. jM..ior Baltimore and wa
?. - -
evi.i,-ii mm irom tta'timore tor FortreM -roe
Korlelk. City point, and Bk-.limond.wll4 tako ka
11 n A M troln.
VILMIKOTON ACCOMMODATlOi TRAINS
Htopplng at all (Station between fhii11nhi im.
r.M. Tbe 4 M0 r. 11. tis In onnnenu ariih li...
Bailrnad tor Ilarrinpton and intcrmedinte ststlof
I cave W ilmlnptiin m a an i-is uni . u . m.m
T. M. The 7 13 A. M. train wnl n,A .in 1', ...u.
betwent hPMerand Philadejpia
v-asua iearei'hUMeipnia at A. M
4 Jki anu e t . ai.
TIIKCliUU TKATNK FROM BALTIMORE
Leave VV llmlngton at 11 A M . 4 36 and 10 P. M.
CIIKK'IKH rilH Pint iniitiii.
Leave Chester at 7 2R. 7-35. in u tiut li-jn it u i.At
8'1U, 778 and 10 86 P.M. '
. HiUM MALI I WOKE TO PFILADF.LPm
leave Ilollinioro 7-'5 A M.. Wmmiii o-v a ar
Fxnres4. 1 10 P. MExnrea. I. h. t,u ujJ.
P. ti., Einre's .
TRAlrin FOR rtLTlMORF
Leave Cliesterat 4 49 and 8 61 A. M., and ! P. W
1 ears V llmlngton at 5 2J ano 9 M A. M. and4 lhP. U.
rckht Trsins nlih Passenuer ( m.iMai.nlliiin
as lo.lows V limine tun lor ' em vine and innnnMliiai
stations at 6fSP. M. Baltimore for Hvre-dsUrneennM
intein.ediate stutions a' 4 43 P. M. Fertrvllls lor VHi
nilneton and In'ermetJiate stations at 14 20 A. at . con
necting at Wilmington with 7 13 A. M. train for Pinta
F XPres Train at 4'lft A. M. for llnUtmnr anil Waak.
ingion. stopping at bestef, Wilmlni ton, Newark. 1-Hk- "
ton. Nor hea't Perrvvll.A HnvriwlfwOrHPA. AhnlnM
Pert nmn's Msno lis. tnase's, and Mtenimer's Una.
mi:m r.Tw,ii r m n.r uaminore ana wssfiingtosi
ACCOn niOdSUOll Irsin t 11 fill P. M l,,r Wllmliwlaa
and lntttn.rriiate stations.
JlALIlalUKK KOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leave 1 SltlninrA at H-'M P. l . utnmiltiu a H.m-iU.
Orac l'enyville. and V ilnnnirton. Also sions at Km-
jwn and Newark (to take passengers for Ih: adelpalaanat
leave passengers trom Washington or Baltimore) en
t l ejler to leave nassenners uoni llaltiinorn nr Wmia.
tccommonetion rrain irom wi mlngton ftr Pbllatlal
l h!s and intermediate stations atb 0 1'. M.
io u. ijktiAAM, su pet intend ekt
"IUU NEW YORK. THK CAMDEN ANX .
L' Amboyand phi aaelpbia and Trenton Rrro4
ODiLtim s uues.
HIOM l'lilLADFI.rnTa T W rmir
and Way Places, trom Walnut Htreet Whaif. win loam
as loilows, vixi Fai
At o a. ju., via oamuen anu Amooy, Acoomttoda
AtHA M.. via Cauielen and Jersey ( itv 1- xnrnau . . IM
A t 2 P. Al., via (imnlen und Amboy Express it
At 6 P. M , via Cuuiden and mbov Aocommodatloa 21
At 6 1'. N. xia Cuuiden and Amboy Acvommoda
tton. 2d class IM
AtHA. M.. 2 and 5 P M . for tiount Dolly. I'.wana-
viilo l'en-berton. aud Vtncentowu. At ft A. M. aadl
P. M tor Freohoid.
At 3 and 10 A. !., l'i! M . 4. 5,6. and 11-30. P.M. tor Fish
i ouhc. I'ciniyra, Kiverton Progress, Do'.aoca,
lteveny. Kdvcwater, I urumton. Florence, Jiord onto-
l. otc. Tbe. 10 A. M. aud 4 P. M. Hues ran u.'eot
thronuh to 1 ii n.nn.
LIMB FROM Kr NINGTON DEPOT WILL LEAS
At ii a m , 4 iiv ti'ta r. ann r I' jh. (Mghti. vt
Kt-nHington and Jersey city r x press Linns, lure a3ix.
'1 lie b'4.'i P. M. Line wllliun dally. AUotuers Sunday
At7H0aud 11 A. M 3 3'30 4'90. 5, and 645 P. M a d
A Klnlght. lor Dristol. 'I renton, etc
At 7 srid 10 15 A. M. 12 M. 1 4. 6. and 6P. M.. for Corn-
iters Tomname uoimeriiurir, laconr. Wlsnlnomlng,
Driderburg. and Krunktord, and at 10 15 a. M ior
Itrtctol, tM-henck's, Lddington, and ( P. M tor Ilolse-
liuru und lntcrn.edia.e stations.
At : od A. M. und 3-:t0 P. M. tor Niagara Falls, Baflal.
Dunkirk tanandali.ua, rliuira, lthaoa. Owego, Bo
dies er. Dingtinnipton, Osego. hyracuse Great BenC.
Moutro.-ie W llketbiino ttranton Stioudsburg, tyatec
(.up, 1 clvlflrre, Kaston, 1 euiberiville. tleinlmrtoat,
etc. lhe S-:0 1', M. Line connects direct with the trala
leaving Las ton lor Mauch Chunk, AUentown, Uelttla -hem
At 5 P. 11. for Lambcrtvll'e and Intermediate station.
June l, ifct. vt iLLiAAi a uaixmkk, Agent.
DENNSILVAKIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
JT bDAlathR AhRANOFMEM.
Tbo Trains ot tie l'ennt ivanla Central Railroa
Wave tie Depot, at Thirty-first and Market streetM.
vt bu b is reached by the cars oi the Market Street Pas
lender Railway, funning lo and Iroia the Depou Tho
lut-t cur leaves Fiom street about 30 minutes (nor
to the departure ot each Tialn.
On Sundays Cars leave Eleven'h and Market
streets 4ft mluvtes belore tbedcpaiture of eachTralan..
Mann's baifgafce l-.ipress vtlll ca 1 for and ddtvec
RagviiMC at Uie Depot Ort'ers left at the Oitlce, No
bai cbesnut street, will receive attentiou. . '
TBAlMS UtAVK PKI'OT. VIZ. t
Mail Tram at fl-fl a. tt
Hay F.jipress at 100 '
l aoll Aeconiuiodmion. No. I atll-90 "
Kast Due nd Erie impress at 12 00 'M.
1- airlbburg Aceouimouatiou at 2 M P. H
Lancaster Acct n niouat Ion at 4f0 '
Paoll i ccomraodation No. 2 at 6-0 "
1 iit'linr(.li ani' Erie Mai T at 0
i'aoll Aecoujinodutlou, No. 8 at 10 00 "
Phlladeipbiu I xpiesst at 1MI
TltAtNS AUU1VE AT DEPOT. VIZ. :
I inetnnati tpresst
I'hllude phiu Lxpress.t
l'uoil Ace-omuiodatlou, No. 1
l aud Accommodation, No. 2
Faoli Aecomfiiodntlou, so, 8
Dul y, except ttaiurduv. t Daily.
...at 12-40 a. K
....at 8 20 "
....at 12 40 P M
....at 4 111
....at 90 " .
i ouiiy. esoeai
ainnriflv All othi r -i rnina dnllv .vnanl umui.v
lllunnlng through Irom Philadelphia to Plttsbgrgh
and Erie without cbai.gc ot cars.
hunln- Accomuiouaiioi 'iiulns for Paoli and intermix
d 8 f-e stations leave fhilade phia at 9tt0 A. M. and 7 00
P. M , returning leae l'noli at 6 .V A. M. aad 4-50 P. M
f THRU OFFICE
r loca'ed at No. 6;1 Chevnut street where Ticket tm
uil important points may be procured, aud lull lulormsy
tiuB given by JOHN C ALLEN. Ticket Agent.
iUvo at Tblriy-drst and Market streets, on appkc
tloa to 1 BOM AH H HARKK,
. , Ticket Agent at the Vogot.
Au Fmlcrr-nt Train runs duilv (except Sundays "
lull purtlcuiars as to iare and accommodations apply to
, , , No. 137 DOI K Strost.
Tbe Pent "vlvsnia Railroad Company will not asmmwt
any rirk oi Bamage, except lor Wearing Apparel, ana
ltu.it luetr iHousll)lity to One lluutired Doilan aa
value. All Baui-age exceeding tbat amount lo valoa
will be at tlie risk of tbe owner, nuiess taken by iriects.
contrsct. a U
TTREKiHT L1NE! FOR NEVA' YORK AND
X1 lai the stations on the CAMDEN and AMBOY autt
connecting Itul.rouds. InCL'FASED DESJ-aTCU.
'Jlir, CAMDEN ND Alli'.OY BA1LKOAD sN
T1IAN8POU i A710N COWFAN Y i'REWIHT USbH
for New lorkwUl leave WALNUT Street W bail at
o'clock P 11. daily (Suiidsy excepted).
Freight must be delivered before 4X o'clock, to be Oar -waided
the fume dsy.
Heturnlug, the above lines will leave New York at It
noon, and 4 and b P. M
Freight lor Trenton. Princeton, Kingston, New Bruns
wick, and al points on the (amnen ana Amboy lta
road; also, on tbe Deiv eiere. Delaware and FieaiirK
ton tbe New Jerxey, the Fieebold and Jamesburg aa
the Burlington aud Mount Holly Railroads, received,
and lorwaided up to I P M.
'1 be Belvidere De aware Rellroad connect at Brsllllpav.
burg with the LehffcU Valley Italnoad, aud at Maoaa
kacbunk with all polnta o the Da'avtare, Iaokanauna.
and Western Rai rond, forwarding to nyracu, BuJlalo.
and other points in Western New York
Itie New Jersey Railroad connects at Elizabeth wit
tbe Nfw Jersey Central Railroad, and at Newark wiern
the M or i Is and Essex Railroad.
A slip memorandum, pecilylng the mart and nana
bers, ibippt rs, and coisifuees, musu In every iiuitaaoe,
be sent with each load ot good, or no receipt wifl b
N. B- Increased lacliltie have been made for the
transportation ot live stock. Drovers are luvlted to try
tbe route. VV beu stock 1 turnished in qtiaatlties of two
carloads or more. It will be delivered at tbe foot of For -tleih
street near tbe Drove Yard, or at pier No I.
North River, as the shippers may designate at the ta
Fut term, or other Information, apply to
W All EH FREE AN , Freight Agent,
No. m B, DELAWARE Avenue. Philadelphia
ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
On and alter MONDAY, February 11. two Jtr
train will run between Washington and Ltncbbanu
connecting at Gordonvvl le with Vlrvlnla Central BaA
road train to and trom Richmond as lollow i
Lttve Washington dally (bunday excepted), at
A- M , ano anlve at Lynchburg at 4 P. at. .
Leave Lynchburg at 1 A. M. and arriv at Washing
ton at 6 26 P. M. EXpBK8!, TKAm.
Leave Washington daily (lnoludln Sunday) at 9M P
M and arrive at Lynchbuig at 8 00 A ,
Leave Lynchburg at 6 80 P. M. and arrive at Waahing
Sotii train making close conDectlon at Lynchbara;
tor all point South and Southwest, aud atWashuigum
for North and Northwest . . .
Flrst-olas. sleepmv ears attached to RD .
Tha road la afiraotive. OD 7 '' oonuor aU
accomtloM, bt ' fr titsfcet fiiat U paes tbe new
historic locallti.of FairtW.Bull Run. Uaitaasa. Bra.-,
Valtimora and atUja vfci.t-ot the road tr, i Wasbi.tttem
l iAljaanilriA daVsat w- M. MoCA'r tui i,
- tiwuoral Uui.lutoud ,