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THIS DAILY EVENING TE I jKG I l A PH. PIIILDE Ll'ITl A, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4j 18G0.
LETTER FROM TARIS.
STBUHKJ TBLEOUAPH SrEOIAL CORRMPOTOBHOK
Par in, AuRast 21, 1806.
Abort Reckoning Make Lour Friends.
Trussia is now triumphant, and it is said has
Very serious intentions of swallowing up a
good part of Germany, but does not dream of
giving us an inch of territory, so as to re-establish
the equilibrium compromised by her
Monsieur Benedetti, our ambassador at
Berlin, has been Instructed to jog the memory
of Ilerrvou Blsmark, who, when at Biarritz,
held out such piomises to the Emperor in the
way 01 slight rectifications being allowed to
Prance, on condition that she would do nothing
to prevent the plan of the Prussian minister to
ring Germany under Trussian rule. IIow
Cter, it seems likely that
The Short Memory or lllmnark
will give rise to some unpleasant correspond
ence between the Courts of Berlin and the
Tuilcries. Both the King and his fides
achates seem surprised, if not angry, at the
"demand'' of the Emperor of the French.
They, however, feel that tbey are somewhat
in a fix, and the last we heard from Berlin is
that they have no- objection to France taking
a piece of either Belgium or the province of
Luxembourg; but as for any cession of
German territory, the thing is quite out of
the question. Tlie answer from Berlin has
caused great displeasure at the Tmlerles.
However, as there is a universal desire that
peace should be maintained until after the
close of 18G7, it is likely that we shall have
to "bide our time."
"What Europe Thinks of the .Situation.
Europe in general would be delighted to
ee an ill feeling spring up between France
and Prussia. England, especially, would be
glad to see the Imperial Eagle pitted against
the Black Eagle of Prussia. If we were to
believe the English papers, it would seem
uiat nostuities were on tne eve ot com
mencing between France and Prussia. I am
glad to say that such is not the case, and that
the Moniteur has once or twice assured us that
the best understanding reigns between the
Courts of the Tuileries and Berlin. What
gives us the most uneasiness at the present
The Mexican Nightmare)
for, let us look at this Mexican expedition
as we may, it is very evident to all that it has
turned out a complete failure an expedi
tion which has cost us thousands of men and
millions ot money ; and of the latter we shall
never see a sou again.
Iter Majesty- the Kin pi es Charlotte
arrived a few days ago from Mexico, and is
bow a suppliant at the feet of the Emperor
of the French, imploring him not to abandon
her husband and herself in the hour of trial
It is the desire of her Imperial Majesty that
the troops which were to return to Europe
next year may be allowed to remain for
some time longer in Mexico, and that the
payment of the Mexican loan might be de
ferred. She at the same time requests that
the command of the French troops may be
given to some other General, as Marshal
Bazaine cannot get on at all with the Ed
peror, and the bearing of the former is more
that of a superior to an inferior. The
young and courageous Empress has much to
demand, but who can refuse a weeping
Woman? There is every reason to believe
that the daughter of so clever a man as
Leopold of Belgium will not plead her cause
One thing Is certain, and that is that public
opinion in France is very averse to any more
men or money being sacrificed in the Mexican
cause. Great Importance is attached to our
alliance with the United States, and the
French people are ready to make every sacri
fice compatible with their honor and dignity
to keep up the good understanding between
the two nations, which have ever been on the
best of terms.
The Mexican question has been very much
debated at St. Cloud, where the Emperor is
at present staying. The Empress of Mexico
iias Ulchosen her time, as on arriving at
5aint Nazaire she was informed of
The nine of Napoleon III.
His Majesty has been so ill of late that he is
Obliged to keep his room.
Though different rumors have been circu
lating during the last few days respecting the
indisposition ol the Emperor, the truth is that
his Majesty is suffering from a sharp attack
of rheumatism, in consequence of a cold
caught whilst taking the waters at Vichy.
French papers are not allowed to say much
about the illness of the Emperor, but the
London Times, which Is generally well In
formed, told us last night that Napoleon III
had been suffering Intensely since his retain
The indisposition of the Emperor did not,
however, prevent the festivities of the 15th of
August from taking place.
The Emperor's Fete, on the nth,
this year, was not perhaps as brilliant as
usual; because, 1st, The weather had been
for some time past wet and chilly, which
caused many to abandon the Idea oi visiting
Paris, fearing that the day itself should prove
unfavorable. 2d. The approaching exhibi
tion induced many foreigners to defer coming
to France until next year; and, 8L The fear
Of the cholera contributed not a little to pre
vent our capital from being inundated with
trangers, as is ordinarily the case. However,
in iplte of all fears, the day was warm and
bright, and Paris presented a most gay and
At six o'clock in the morning the cannon
at the Invalides announced that the national
fote was commenced.
The houses were gaily decorated with tri
Color flags, all the theatres gave gratuitous
representations, which were attended by enor
mous crowd, and ou the esplanade of the
Invalides and at the Barriers du Trone, all
sorts of sights were to be seen, such as climb
ing the greasy pole, petty theatres, mounte
banks, etc. Fcr the evening there was a
general illumination and a grand display of
fireworks at the Place duCouronne and on the
Pont d'Austerlitz. Tae gardens of the Tuile
ries and the whole line ot the Champs Elysees
presented a most fairy-like appeaiance, being
lit up with festoons of colored lamps, whilst
the Arc de 1'Etoilo was illuminated by the
The riace de la Concorde, which, as all who
have visited Paris are aware, is situated be
tween the l uilerles and the Champs Elysees,
was most beautifully decorated. In the centre,
around the Obclisque de Luxon, was con
structed an Egyptian building, which was lit
up from top to bottom with jets of gas, and
the splendid fountains on either side glittered
in the midst of Bengal fires of every hue. It
is many years since such a splendid illumina
tion has been witnessed at Paris.
A new pipce has lately been produced at
the Vaudeville by the celebrated George
"!. Don Juan tie Village."
It is, however, but a poor affair, and quite
unworthy of the author of the Marquis de
The new Cirque du Prince Imperial has
at hvt been inaugurated. The building is
immense, and capable of containing six thou
sand persons, and the director is doing his
best to attract large crowds by the excellence
of the artists he has engaged to perform in
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN PARIS.
THE FKTE NAPOLEON AN OVBIMJROWDED BRIDGE
MANY LIVES LOHT.
The Napoleunicrte iu Part, ou the 15th of
August, was kept hs a strict holiday, but was sad
ovned by a dreadlul disaster. At the conclusion
of the display of tiie works oa the Pout cle3 In
valides, ttie crowd which had been standing
wutchinsr them on both sides of the Suinc beff'tn
to break. A lanre number of peisons wfco
were on the left bank ol the river made their way
to the font de la Concorde, in order to cross to
the right bank, at the moment when an equa.ly
large number of persons were about to pass in
the opposite direction. The two crowds met in
the middle ot the bndire, and despite the utmost
ellorts of the sprgenls-de-villc, it soou became
imposblb'e to prevent a complete stoppage of
all circulation either way. Every moment ueitb
amvals kept pouriuz in, ignorant of what had
taken place, until at last the pressure became
o overwhelmiuff that men, women, and cnil
drcu were forced down and trampled upon,
some hemp killed and a larue number severely
injured, r'or a short time'the scene is said to
have been one of wild contusion and terror,
one woman climbed over the parapet and ran
along it in a kind of lrenzy, which blinded her
to tne danger she was incurring. When the
bridee becume somewhat clear, it was found
to be strew n with Iraements of clothing w hich
had been literally torn off the backs of the
wearers in the desperate struggle that had taken
The wounded were at once conveyed to the
Palace ol tne Corps Legislatif, close at hand, aud
the dead taken to the Morgue. The number of
the former is stated to be very large, but no ac
curate information on the subject has been pub
lished. With regard to the latter, the Avenir
national bays that an eye-witue98 counted next
day. at the Morgue, the bodies of eight women
and one vounir man, who bad been fcuil'ooaied in
the crowd. "While we write," adds the same
paper, "thousands of persons, controlled by the
Solice apents, form a line at the doors of the
lorgue. and are waiting their turn to penetrate
into theinterior, and ascertain whether tue rela
tive or friend of whom they aro in search is
amonp the number of the victims." The Temps
mentions a rumor, according to which the dis
order that led to this terrible tragedy was occa
sioned, or at all events increased, by a gang of
pickpockets, w ho profited by it to rifle the crowd
in all directions, ana wno were arrestea in large
Anlimiilrv bus been instituted by the Govern
ment, and the Moniteur contains the following
"Eicht persons were picked up; some were
already suffocated, and the rest soon suc
cumbed. ' Another was seriously wounded, and
others more or less seriously, though without
dnnirer. The Minister of the Interior imme
diately repaired to the spot; the Prefect of
Police also arrived. The victims had already
been taken away and conveyed to the inner
court of the Corns Lecislatif. or to a neiarhbor-
ing chemist's; others had been admitted into the
little canteen attached to the works in the angle
oftbeouav. The Minister of the Interior re
mained until 2 o'clock in the morning at the
cfonn nf tho Hiunstprv ftRA'tliftt the nefiPnSiirv
attention was given to the injured, and himself
attributed assistance in the name ot tneir Ma
jesties. An hour afterwards the majority of the
persons who had been attended to were able to
reach their homes on loot; the others were im
mediately conveyed in carriages or on litters to
their own dwellings, or to the nearest hospital.
An inquiry has been ordered respecting the
cause and the circumstances ot this melancholy
event, and in accordance with the wish of the
Empress, the Prefect of Police has already been
ensaced in obtaining the names of the victims
and inloimation with reorard to the position of
their families, so as to relieve their misfortune."
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ETC.
CHESIYIT GR0YE WHISKY.
Ko. 225 North THIKD Street.
It anviblng was wanted to prove the absolute purtti
of tbiB Whisky, the tallowing certificate should do ft
There is noaiconone suniuium mown commanding sucv
ecLHiUituuaUon liom such blub aouices:
Philadelphia, September. Rds.
We have csrefallv tested the sample of CDXBMH
OKOVK WH1BKY which you send us, and find that II
contains kokk oi tub poisonous suustanok known at
risiL oil. w uicn is tne cnaraciensno ana injurious la
lireuteuiei me wniaaies ingeuem use.
fiOUIU, UAJtKi-TT A CAMAO,
Ktw Tobk, September I 18M.
I have analyzed a sample ot CUKHNUT Guul
AVUlbKX received irom idr t.uaries Wharton, Jr., I
Philadelphia: and bavins; carefully tested It, I an
pieaaea to state tnat it is entirety fkke fkom foisonoo
or a. iviocs subHtances. It Is an unusually pur
ana uiiK-M. v.-rea qualify oi wnii.y,
James r. f.Hn.Ton, m. i.,
Bostoh. March 11 ftt
I bare made chemical analysis of commercial sam
pies of CHKHNUT GUOVK WUINKV, which provest
ee tree irom ine ueavy r uu uus, anu perfectly pure an
uuadult crated. 1 he fine flavor of this whisky to derive
Uom tue graui ureu iu nuuiuiacturmK it.
llesnectmilv. A. A. MATES. H. D. .
btate Assayer, Mo. 16 Hoylston street
For sale by barrel, demijohn, or bottle at No.liSNortt
ruiKi) B tree i, rnuaueiputa.
NATHANS A SONS
IMPO It T E It s
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
,Ho. 19 North FRONT Street,
M OS Its MATBAHA,
HOKAOB A. lifnllK.
VaU-AHVO U, KATUAVH, llOtll
WRIGHT'S TAR SYRUP.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT, '
No. 771 boMtix THIRD Btree
price, fl-00 per Bottle; $500 for half-a-dozen.
Vhe unJorslfcnrd citizen take pleasure hi cheertoll
reeomtntmilng the use of Wright's rur 8 trap f
coughs, colds, consumption, wbooplng-cougk, sixittnd
lever, liver compia'ut, pain to the breast, i.ronelilris,
intiamtitatlon.and restriction ol air vpjihis in the lunas.
etc. 1 lie rerjn dy ahoulil be In every lnmily ;
Charles C. Wi son. Forrov ! ofilne.
har.es H.Oraflcn, S'fiy AY"rcury utiles.
JarneaNolen A.gurer office
WnHani F. orbit, Associate! Proa.
Wllllnin H. Carpenter. Fire Alarm and Police I
graph, HI th and ( Iwsnut streets.
A Randolph. Fmut and omhard Rtronnv
James W. Pcrrtne No. H'29 Cliarloa iiroot.
11. A.Davis ho. mOaxkl.l tr(wt
John V oodslde No 13111 Franklin atroat.
Robert Thompson No. m W alter street.
K. I. Marco, No. 656 Ptaiiklln street.
,1 Uebloft No 731 8. "econd street.
John Beymour, No. 51 t. t ront street.
. W. Howard, No. 1 Dock street
II. C. 1 artieit hv. ,127 8. econd street.
L. Bates No 605 Arch street
Albert Martin. No. 417 B. Hecond street
M ary Caldwell. No l'i2 Siinnotn alreot
W. '1 noma, ho. 'JO N. Fourth utrert.
T. M. arthy.f.o. It 9 K.ireta's allor.
(loorge VM son No. 236 Kaoeitteet.
V . F Brook, No. 68 North Kscond itrcot
M. J. DaHaett. No. 119 Canal street
H. Kej inniir Rose BnsMeion.
Char ea Bogers, No. SKI Bouth street.
A. T. We log on, second ami Quarry atree
. F.. lhon.ua. No. 130 HoutU -Lxt etn-et
Wllllnm riarna. No sift South I ront siroet.
S S. Hanlord, Opera Manager.
John Maxinnis. rear of No. 134 North Second street
Id re. b. H. Choate, Newark, Del.
Mr. mtlinn B. Wnithl.
Sir! We take pli-aaure in recommending foot fTAB
SYhlPtof wtiiuh we have already sold considerable
ununtitieai as a most excellent and eflVacloas remedy
tor the complaints act torth kn your printed mil already
aubniltteU to the pul.Uc. in prailtFingact to sufterlni
humanity we w lh cbecri u It recommend jour prenara
tion to a I aflllcted with dleaaeR whlcb it is designed tt
cure. Yours, eta.,
DILKfl & 80V, Drnggista,
K, E. corner Pine and HLxtU atreeta;
For n't alM a'
JOHNSON, HOIXOWAY COWDEN 8.
7YOTT & CO 'K.
A nd all principal Lnwglsts and Dealers.
The ant scrlber would bps leave mriher to u,n,d
be la prepared to II il order ai d iorwanl the Nyrnu t
nnj part ol be country. Perron desiring other lmor
mat ii n l y men will lncloe a postare stamp and an wen
win D return u aa aoon as tue eugenoien oi uusineu
will admit Address
WILI IAM B. WBIOHT.
S20 No 7718.TniKI Htrcet. Ptlladelnhia.ra.
FOR THE UKFOKTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES
Are warranted In all cages fortbe Speudt and Ppkm
nknt CutiE ol all diaeaaesariHiug train excesses In youth
Physical and Nervous Hewitt , etc. etc
Tbey can ne uaed without do octlnn. and never fall tn
eueci a cure, u uea acooruing to instructions.
BELL'S SPKCIFIC PILLS,
Price One Dollar per Mox, or Six Poxes for Five
lars; aiso, Large boxes containing Four butall,
Frnm fonr to six boxes are uenerailv reoulred to cum
onlinarv cases though benefit is derived irom uslug a
in ( hronic l oses, wtere Hervous Prostration has
auected the system.
BLLL'S TONIC PILLS
A re recommended as the most Ffllcaclous, Rejuvenating
HUH 1UVIMU1ULIIIK 1WUICUI IU UIU WUTiU.
A facksxe nice Five Dollars. wLl last a month, and
is geuerai.y auiuuieub
In extreme cases of Debility,
BfcLL'S KXTEKNAIi RH9IKDV,
Price 1 wo Dollars, sufficient for month, can be use
to good advantage.
it elves httengtd to the system, and, with the rills
will etlevt a couinlute Bestoiatiou.
a r aniDuiti oi iuu Danes, on tne r.KHUKi ur ruu rti.
designed as a Lecture and (. au ion to Young ilen, sent
iree, len v;enis requueu to pay postage.
It yon cannot purchase Bell's Specific Rehrdiks
of your Diuuglst. take no other, but send the monev
DR. JAMES BR YAK, Conaultw Physician
No Kill HROADWA Y. New York
And you will receive Iheni by return of mail. Dost natd.
and liee Irom obscn-atlon.
For sale by DYOTT & CO.. KO. 232 N. SECOND
btreet. e il S
O !E3! O L B B A
Diarrhoea, Dyaennry, and Cholera Morbus,
t a.u f.Mnr. O. H. Neodlot, Drogglt, ,,ev
JJNITED STATES KEVENUE STAMPS
No. 304 CHESNUT Street.
No. 103 South FIFTH Street,
ONE DOOB BELOW CEESNTFT.
iievenue Stamps of every description constant!
on baud In any amount.
Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to.
United States Notes, Drafts on Philadelphia, or
New York, or current funds received in payment.
Particular attention paid to small orders.
The decisions of the Commission can be consulted,
and any information regarding the law cheerfully
The follow inn rates oi discount are allowed :
ON ALL ORDRKS OF S25,
TWO PEE CENT. DISCOUNT
ON ALL OEDEBS OF $100,
THEEE PEE CENT. DISCOUNT.
ON ALL OEDEBS OF 300,
FOUE PEE CENT. DISCOUNT.
All orders should be sent to the
No. 304 CHESNUT Street,
LARGE, WELL LIQIITED
AND VENTILATED .
BOOM, ON THE SECOND FLOOR
"Evening Telegraph" Building,
No. 108 South TIIIItD Street,
Witt) or without steam power. Apply In the
office, first floor.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
ZJo. 114 South THIRD Stteet.
U. 8. Oe OI 1881.
6-10s, OLD -AND NFW.
lO-fOfi; CERTIFICATES' OK IKDEHI EONKsS
7 SOKOlEfi, 1st. 2d, and Sd Berk's.
COitPOUAD INTEREST ft OTP ft WAtfTED.
INTEEL8r ALLOWED OK DEI OSIT.S
ColIcction made. Etooks Boucbt and 6ola on
Bpooini bunluese couimodations roHervUd for
LADIES. 8 7 2m
U. S. SECURITIES.
SMITH, RANDOLPH &
BANKERS & BEOKEBS,
16 S. THIRD ST.
BOUGHT AND HOLD ON
HEUifi AND IN NEW XOKK.
Ko. 225 DOCK STREET,
BANKliltS AND BUOKEUS,
BUT AM D SELL
UMTED BTATEB BONDS, lRBls, J-20s, 10 4S.
TJKITED STATES 7 S-lOs, ALL 188l'EH.
CEKT1EICATEB OF lNDEBTiDSEbb.
Mercantile Paper and Loans on Collaterals negotiated
fitocks KouftLt "nil Sold on Commission. 1 '41 1
11 E FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Diuirg tlie erettion ot the new bank building,
to 1 17 4p
No. o05 CHESNUT STREET
IVE-T WEN TIES.
DE UAVEX fc BBOTUER,
Ko. 40 S. Third Stbbkt.
ENGINES. MACHINERY, ETC.
nir.M K ttTi?Af TrxrriT w v Awn
Ti A Ul' " l.'XUJlUI, U 11 V I II - atlLT
iaiwBOiLI.R MfOttKS. KEAE1E & LKVY.
j luiC'i'lCAL AND Till- OKETlOAi. EKUINKERS,
MACBIMisTS, UOILLK-MAK.EK3. BLACKSM 1 lllft,
nd t (JUM) lis, buvinx for many years been In sue
ceKCtul operation, and bren exclusively enuatrml In
buUdinn und repairlnK Mrlne and BWet rngiues. lilh
and low pressure, Jron Hollers. W ater Tanks Propel
lers, etc etc.. reppouMUily utlor their services to Uie
public as being luliy prepared to contract for engines ut
all slzi s Murine, K ver, and tilutlonurv; havlnR sets ot
patterns of ulnereut sizes, are prepared to execute orders
with quick aespatcb. r-very deHcnptlon of pattorn
niakinK made at tlie shortest notice High and Low
preasure ino. Tabular, and Cvllnder Boilers, of tlie best
retinnvlvaiila cbarcual Iron. Forging ot ail sizes and
kinds; Iron aud Brass i asilnps ol all deitcrlptloiis; lion
turning, ecrew cuuiDg, aj u ail omurwors connected
ltb the aboe business.
L)iavlnns and suecmcations lor an worx done at
the estabUubnient tree ol charge, and work guaran
teed. ... .
'ina suDscriners nave bihpib wnarcuoes room lor
repairs of boats, where they can lis in pnifcct safety,
uud aie provided witb shears, blocks, tails, etc ate,
for raising heavy or light weights.
J irOB C NEAFIE,
JOHN P. LKVY.
9 21 BEACH and PALUEU Stree's.
. VAUGBAN MBBBICK
WILLIAM U. MEBBICK
jont; K. COtK.
MKRI1IC K & SONS.
FNCrlERs AND MACHINISTS
manufacture High and Low Pressure bleam Eugmes for
Laud. Liver and Marine hervlce
iioilers, Gasometers, Tanks. Iron Boats, etc.
Castings oi all kinds, el. her Iron or biass
Iron Frorre Boots lor tias Works, Workshops, and
Railroad Stations etc
Ko torts and Gas Machinery, ot the latest and most im
iverv desoilptlon o( Plantation Machinery, and Sugar.
Paw, and Grist Mills. Vacuum Pans Upon (steam Trains,
1etecaiors, El ters, Pumping Lngines etc.
hole Agents lor M. li'lluux's Patent Sagar Boiling
Ar naratua. Ncsniylh's Patent Steam Hamuiei, and As-
Dlnwall & Woolsey'i P at:ut Ceutrltugal sugar Drain
EIDESBURO MACHINE WORKS.
Ko. 65 N KKONT 'STREKT,
We aro prepared to ail ordors to any extent for our
M ACHIjTeRT FOB COTTOH AN D WOOLLEN Mil L8,
Including all recent Improvements In Carding, Spinning,
We invite the attention of manufacturers to our exten
IIS ALFRED JENES ft SON.
AR DEPARTMENr, SURGEON-GENE-
BAL'rt OF ICE,
Washinutos, D. C. August 10. 1866
An Army Medical ft oar d, to consist or Brevet
Colonel J. il. Brown, Surgeon, U. S. A , President;
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel 11. R. Wirtz, burgeon. U.
S. A. t Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Antnouy Heer,
nrgon, U. S. A.; and Brevet Major W'arron Web
ster, Assistant iSurgeon, U. 8. A., Recorder, will
meet in New York city on the 20th of September,
next, lor the examination ot candidates lor admis
sion Into tne Medical Statf of the United States
Applicanta must be over 21 yean of age, and
Applications tor an invitation to aopear before
the Board should be addressed to the Surgeon
General, United States Army, and must state the
lull name, residence, and date and P aoe ot birth of
the candidate. Testimonials as to chaiaoter and
qualifications must be lurmshed. If the applioani
bas been in the Medical herviee of the Army during
the war, the laot ebould be stated, together with his
former rank, and time ana place or sernoe, add tes
timonials from the officers with whom he hat served
should also be forwarded.
N o allowance it made for tbe expenses of persona
undergoing the exaininati,- "fit uan Indispensa
ble prerequisite to apoinrjBt.
1 here are at present sixty vacancies in the Medical
Staff, fortyix ot which are original, being created
by the Aotot Congress approved July 28, 1836
JOoEPH K. BARNES.
8 11 imw29t Surgeon-General, U. t. A.
Robert shoemaker & "coT,
. . AND DEALERS IN
i Paints, Varnishes, ana Oils, ;
No. 201 tfORTlTF6irilTII STREET,
7J3 5IBI COBKEB Otf BACE.
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RUMMEtt ABPAMFMKNT OF rA Hit", HO En
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tours:- ' " u"uw "
MOllNIN' ACCOM MODATIOF.
At 7"i0 A. AI. lor Kenning aim interuiadlate fttatio
...... .. OHNIKUtil'KMIH.
At BT? A. Ai. lor lli .linfr I uli.finn llarrNn Pa,
yllle, linearovo. Ismsnna. f.unl)nrv, 'illlainsnn
Klinlra. BocbeBier Ma, sra Fnl . HulTslo. A lonfow
JJ lll:slrre, Pittton, YorK, Carlisle, tbaiubersbar
llci r.stev.n etc eic.
'Ibis train eonnccts at BEADINO with Fast Penn
pylvnnia liullrnad traips for Ailentown. eto.. and the
l.lmu n Volliy train lor HarrlMiura. etc at POItl'
I'l lMON w tli AiawliHS ltr.llroert trains lor wil
llB(orlurp, Lock Haven. Htnira etc.; at IIaKHIH
H'MI lib Northern (entnil t umliorland Valley, and
Prhin IK til and fiu'miehanna Iralns ior Nortlminbpimu.L
Wil.iHmaport, York tiliainlifrsliiirg, 'inegtove. etc.
, A FJ EB OO N FXfBI'M '
l.enves Pb'I.icielphln at .TJ'iP. M , for Resdlng Potta
viile. Ilamsburg etc., eonnfrtlng with Reading and
Columbia Unl ri.nrl trains lor Co'iiinbln, ete.
IJIADINO ACl OMMODATION.
Leaves Reading at 0 0(1 A HI., stmiiitag stall waysta-
tlons a.nviiig at I'hllnoelpliia at 6 M A. M
jni-iuiiiiiip, reaves I lilladclphla
at 8 00 P. M. ; arrives
111 num. p, K, r. Jll.
Trains jot I hilaiieiphla leave Hnrrlabur t B in A M.
and Pot sviile at m a. M arriving In Plilladelphla at
Aitetnoon trains leave llarrishiirg at i Iti
P. !., roftSVille at 2 4.1 P. M.. urrivlno In IMillailnlntlU
atb'4'i P. M. "
Leaves Heading at 7,M) A M. and Harrm.urg at 4 10
P M onneo, ina at lteauinir with Anernoon Accom-
irttulntion south. attt'3U P. Al . arrlvltin In fl.li.ilAlnl.U
U 111 P. M. "
ftiarket train, wltn passenger ear attacned, leaves
Plnladelpl.la at U4;neon for HoiuIIiil' ajM all wavsta
K.ns lcavia Leading a 11 3i A. M and Uowningtowu
at l'2-?0 P. for riilladi'iphln and nl, way aiatioua.
All tee ahove trains run dally, -uiKlars cxeepted.
Hunilav trains leave 1 otthville at H1H A. U. . and Phl
lado Pliia at 3 15 P M Lcuve rhliadolphia for Reading
at 8-00 A. At t leinrnina trom Reading at 4 25 p. M.
CHEN E R VLLF Y ItxfLROAD
1 siwenptrs lor I'ovnlnati-wn and intermediaie points
take the 7'S and H ll, A. M . end 8 0PM. trains from
Philadelphia, returning irom LfowuingUiwn at 6 34 A. M.
end i'3" noon
KEW I ORE EXI hESM FOR PITTISBORG AND THE
Leaves New 'York at f) A M., and '0 P M., pasaum
Rending at I da and 11 8!) A. Al and 1 4S P. M , and con
neetinuat llarrlsburg with Pennst Ivanla and Northern
( utral Raliroau express trains tor Pittsburg, Chicago.
W il Inmsport. Elmlra, Baltimore, etc.
luturrltig, expices train leaves ilsrriHhiirg on arrival
oi the rciaifylvai'ia express from 1'ltisourg, at and
V-CSA.f. and H IS P. M., passing Reading at 4 49 and
10 52 A. M.. rd 11 ?Q P M , and arriving In NewYorkat
iu A. w Bnmtfi p. M. sleeping cars accompany these
l ainn uiiuuKii netween uerae) i ity anu ruuiuurg, wilD
a trail train lor Few Vork leaves Harrlsbntir at I I P.
M. Mall trair lor Hiirrit-burg leaves New York at I'M.
arlinvtiM i vii ii. v uiti .I. '
Trains leave Pottsvllle at 7 and 11:10 A. M.. and 7 IS
P. 11 . lefurnlng trom smaiiua at 7-M A. M. and liti
t-t hCYLKILL AND K0SOITEHANNA R VILROAD.
T rams leave Auliurn at 7 80 A. M. tor Plnegrovo and
Purrisburg. and IMP M. lor Ptncarovo and Trernont.
rotumlno from Harrlsbiirg at 3 'iO.P. M., and from Tre-
uiout ui ro'J a. a, anu i at r. m.
TII 'K V.I
Tbrougli 0rat-clat.s nckeih anil emlizrant tfrkta in Alt
tlie principal points In the North nnd Weil and Canada.
')he inllowlng ilckets are obtnl, able only at Hie olllce
oi URAKlORU, Treasurer. No. tn 8 EOHl.ru
Mreet, 1 Iiiladelnbia, or ol o. A. N1COLL9, Genoial
At W percent, discount, between iny points desired,
luuniivo al u nrina.
Mil KAfiE TICPTFTS
Cood tor JOOO miles, between all points, $.ri-59 each, for
tor three, six, niLe, or iwcivo months, for holders
uuiy. iu au uuiuts, ai rt'oureii ruu n.
I I.s KOVM K NT
Residing en the line oi the road will be furnished eatui
entitling lu.niseiTes ana wives to ticKets at hall tare.
KXl IIUkIOV Tlllil'lk
From Pblladi Ipbla to principal sia lens, good for Ha
ttitda . hutJdav.and Alomliiv. at. rniliieiHi intA tn tin hmi
in v at the Ticket Olhie, at THIl.TEhUTU and C.VL-
Li ' ii j oirei-is
mEUillT. Oooi'.a of all descriptions forwarded to
all the at'ovt poiuts. irom the t ompany's new Freight
ilUUilU DKUAli RDU nil m nirtQUI,
LesvePhllode'phia oailyat 8 30 A iV , n-43 noon, and
i . j.. iui neaump. i.enanon, nnrnsuurg, t'otiarlile
Port Clinton, and all pom is beyond.
Close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all places on tbe
m All .M
nrnu onu iu. iihikuh 111 oa. ai., anu ior tne principal
pHiriADEM'HlA, GERMANTOWN, AND
JU UtlKtKIUVX KfllLHUAl).
On and a ter WEKN EPDA Y, May 16, 1866.
Leave rhitaflelpliia 6, 7. 8, 1), 10. 11, 12 A. M..1. 2, J '10,
4. . . "1, V , U I, D i-, I. d J . IU
Leave Ge-imantown 6, 7, 7H, 8, 20, 9, 10, 11, U A. M
1.2 3. 4,4!.6 tii 7,8.0, 10. 11 P.M.
lbe 8 2ii conn train, aud il and & up trains will no
stop on me ermamoviii irnncn
Leave Philadelphia S'10 A. M., i, 3 i, 1. 10i P. If.
Leave GeimantownS A. M., 1. 4, 6.4. P. M.
tHEHNCT II ILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10.12 a 11., 1. 3H 8H.7.
and 11 P. M
I.cuve l hesnnt Rill 7'10 minutes, 8. 9 40, 11-40 A. JI
1-40, 3 40, 4U. -40. 0 40, and 10 40 minute P. U.
Leave rniiadeiphfa ft'10 minute A. M., t, 3. and IP, H
1.1.1 vC i ueraui run i'ii minutes a. jm-, 14 40, 0 4, an
V 60 iiiiliu.va r. m
FCB CON8U0110CK1LN AND NORRIHTOrTN".
Leave Philadelpliiu 6. b-J5 mlnuies,, 1HJa.11.. IH.
iM. IH, 6t, 8 OS minutes, und UH P. M.
1 eavc Noinstown 6M,7, 7 SO, , U A.jM., H, 4)4 6H
'itiAftX V. M. train will stoo at Ae.honl I.n wi...
hlckon, M auaj unk, hpriiMill, and conshohocken oni
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. U.. IH, 4 and 7H P. M.
Leave Norristown '.' A. M.. 1, .VH , und t P. M,
FOB If. ANA Y UNK.
Leave Philadelphia 6. 8 !1S minutos, 11 -0 A. M.. 134.
4 (iS, 8ti5, und liX P. At. '
Leave Manay unk 6k, 7S4, 8 20, 0.4, 1IH, A. M.,2, 5, GS
854 P. M. 0N 8UKDAT9
Leive Philadelphia 9 A. a., 2H, 4. and 7H P. M.
Leave M-mayunk VA A. M . lit, 6 andOtt P. M.
W. H. WILr-ON.. Ceneral t-uneiinteuaer t.
Iktopot MNlb an j GREEK Htreeta
TH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.-
dot tpikp Htreet above 1 hom pson.
nr.ini:i,r.i.i, puiumyvn,, MAUCH
CPt. EABTOK. MIXL1AMBPOKT, aud WILK-Eaj
BA RKr. t
At 7 SO A . M. (Txpre-,1),
Mauch Chunk, Hnzleton
fcr Bettleheas, Ailentown
. Wllliaoisport, and rTUkas
At 3-30 r. M.fFipressl. for Bethlehem, Easton, tte
reaching Eaaun at 6-43 P. M. '
At 615 P. M., tor Bethlehem, Ailentown, Mauct
or Poylestown at 8-3 AM., 230 and 415 P. If.
l oi Fort Washington at 10 A. Si. and 11 P. M.
For l.anbdale at (115 P. Al.
V'bitiJ cars ot the Second and Third Ptreets Line City
Pamtnuar tars run direct tothedepot.
, Tit AIM tOU PEILALKUBIA,
Leave Bethlebem at 6 18 A. M. and la Jo Noon, act1
6 15 P Al
Leave lioyietown at 4 40 A- If ., 8-1S and '30 P. M
Laave Laodal at B OO A.AI. '".
Leave t on Washington at lil-DU A. M and 2-11 P. at
Philadelphia lor l.ethieiieui at 0 A. M.
Philadelphia ior Liovlestowp at i-M P, H,
Doyiestown tor Phi adelphla at 7 20 A. M..
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 an p. M.
1 hroash Ilckets must b pioouied at the ticket offices,
TEIKD btxeet orBEBKS btreeu
nil XLLli CLARK. Agent.
TKJKSr JERSEY RAILROAD LINEsTfROM
t0S?r,SLJKET street ''7PPer Ferry), com
mencing 'IX'KsjDAY. August i8. 18b
8 a. hi Mail ior Biidgetou, Baleui, MUlville, and all
HP. M.AIall lor Cape Mav, stopping at Woodbury
and Ulassboro. and all stations bcow tilassboro. Due
at Cape Mar. TOO P. AI.
sat) P.M. Passenger, lor Biidgetou, Salem, and all
6 P. iL, Woodbnry Accommodation.
, J. VAN BKMSStLAEU, Superintendent.
Freight will be received at hecond covered Wharf
beiow Walnut street, from 1H(j A. M until 00 P. At.
That reoeived beloie y 00 A. At. will go through tbe sanM
Freight Delivery, No. i28 8. DELAWARE Avenue.
Tbe West Jersey FxprehS C'ompwiy will attend to all
the usual branches ot r xpress business. A Hpeolal Mes
aeuger accompanies each through train. Otlioe,Ko,8
Leave Cape Way at 80 A. M.. aall. atopplng at all
Blationj on C. if. 4 M. R K.. and Vlneland, tilassboro,
and Woodbory. Due 11 37 A.AI.
leave Hrldgeton, 7 15 A.M. and 3 60 P. M.
Leave Kaleui J a. M. and 1-tS p. M.
Leave Uiliville 8-&ft and 0-44 A. M and P. M.
i. VAN REM4BALAEB, Huperlntendunt,
West Jersey, Balem, and Cape May, and HUIvllie HRs
1 Cfift-PHrLADELFUIA AND ERTE RAIL
XOtJvJ ROAD. This great line traverses the North
era and Northwest Counties of Pennsylvania te tha
City of Frle, on Lake Erie. It baa been leased and Is
operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
TIME OF PAS8ENtTEBTiiAIN8 AT PHILADELPHIA.
Arrive F-astward trie Mall Train, 7 A. M.t Krle Jtx
press Train, I P. M.
Leave Westward Erie Mail, P. M i Erie Express
Train 11 H .
Passenger oars run through on the Erie Mail and Ex
press trains botb ways between Pbllade phla and a.rie.
new York, connection.
Leave New York at 9 A. M.. arrive at Erie 9 30 A. M.
l eave Erie at 4 45 P. M., arrive at New York 4 II P. M.
Elegant Bleeping Carson all the night trains.
For iniunnation renpeotiuc paiwenuer bu.ineas, apply
at corner Till HTItt 111 and MARKET S Tee La. Pblia.
And lor lrettiht business, of the Comiianv's AkbuW, S.
B. KUigston. Jr., corner Tblrteonth and Martwt streets.
Pblladeiphlai J. w. Iteruolds, tries Wiuuaui Btewa,
Agent N. C. B It, BaUimore.
. H. I'. HOIlHl ON, (Joneral Freight Agent, Phlla.
" H. W. liWINhEB. Oeueral Ticket Agant, Phlla.
A. L. TYLER U walBup" WUUaawon.
PIULAlM-LriHA, WILMINGTON. AND 1IAI
1 1rVIk fABIJf..
.;Tim,fnT OM)Y. July 2, IHW. Trrvun M
n A l.-11 IT, 01 'ROAD SUeet and WABHIMi-
r Avetme. as lollowa:
rllltPu'ltak . i. . ma ... . .... .
BsllMnoreinil u".i7.?.il ...Vf!.V.. v? ?T. V.,
da .fP V' lk,"n Noil'ft, Perr.vUle.Harrn,
llol.hia and liaitw: " " " . VW'
JlWl ""r",,l Train at A. M. (Hnartav x.
i.. i i " r (Sundays exceptel). forBal-
H ,ZVJ LY lf '""Mon. s nr,iB Jt . h...tor, ClamS
.,-i(. ..V , ,.-..... i iiiTinnii a, cukoWOvu Mast
xii base s, and Mrnnner s Itun I w,iia
....JT l"ir'i ill'. i..for BalUmore and Wash
I'sfwenrershv Itnii f.n n...i ...
n'is0'. '!,'.1 Voml- ano Htci'moud, will take MM
VILMTNOTON AfCOVMOnHTlOW THAfV4
SlnXn,'t'Uh,'t,0,W tCtWN:n ''"'PhiawaWsJ-'
nn,T:"S Pi V1 M' 14 W- ),8. and II M ,
Ballroekdior Harrington and lnnn.nti.t"tlon."W'"
.' m ' q ik' T' V . .nn : : A M . , 4 and 8 M
berwe.n t haitVrand'ph.lHTiHpu;;' l SU """-
4 aim 6 P. M 'f" PbUadelphla at 9 A. M,
r. T1w,Vl'PH. TKAIN(i FROM BALTIVOIIB
Leave N ral'M-'lon ft 11 A M , 4 Sti and Iff p. AC
CIIKMER KOk PlHl,AKLPlTlA
51U, 770 and 10 W P. N. ' " "no " w M '
ri.iioi itAii'Ji.viuKr.TU PRILADELI'in
F.xnrtss I 10 P. M.. Expiess'. 6-39 p. Eanrea.' iTw.
r. ., Exptx-'s
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
l eave C1eserat 4 4ft and 8 61 A. hi., and J 3R P. M
1 eave V llmlnglon at 5 23 ano 9 3.1 A. M. and 416 P t
F reight Trains wiili Paast nger I are attacned will leav
aa fnilun . u ii,ir,.,i.,T, in. i .m ..in. '
stations at'efSP. rV. Baltimore for llavree-ilrace an
Intermediate stations at 4 45 P.M. Penwllle Ibr Wll-
T11 U I. t rt.. .. .1 lnl.,m.l,.ln .l.lmnl . , . fWI ..
....... ii' i.i ... ...i.. txatii.un nl. . hi A. VI , COB1-
mctuigat Wilmington with 7 1 A. M. train forPhUa.
ot anai iKAins.
..in". m. . n. mi . iui i.ttMiniurr anif vani-
tngton. stopping at t hestri, Wllmlm ton, Newark l u
tein, Nor hea-t rcrryvlhe Bavretle-Oraoe, Abnnleeo.
P(;n man's Alagno la, wnase's, and Htemmor's Ran.
Vil li, 1. vi rua. II l .1 . ".I-.'. I .. . .
,.., ,..iii m ior jntiiinor aim tv awiiingioai
Accon'inodadon Iraln at 11 90 P. M. for WUmlugteai
and lntermrdiate stations.
BAL'llMOUE FOR PHILADELPHIA.
l.eAV 1 AltimnrA mt U.'ir, P M immilnn a I H ,.
Grao, I'errvvtlle. and ilniinalnn. Alan amna a, if.ik .
lo.i and walk (to take pssaeagers fi-r Phi adolpniaamt
leave pasaeniers from Waahington or Baitiuiorwl ana
( l.r.ltr tr. il.,.. HHHu.lln.M l...m II u 1 .1 .11 k
111 f.' tOIl r..nv..r.D IIVH1 WWUIV1 U Ml TTUMi'
ak otnniooation nam irom wi mlngton for PMlastol
phla end inteimeuiate sintlous at b "0 1 M.
416 . U F. KKNNEY, Bupeiintendeni.
TjiB NEW YORR.-THK CAMDEN AND
X1 Anibov and l'bl naelphia and Trenton Ratiroaal
L lllili 1 1 J I T I T.T I I) I1T . MA w In rH n
, w . .'lii'i i.i 111 n iu, c r. tt I u lift,
and W y Places, irom Walnut Btrcet Whatf, will leaya
m a I nilnu vit ' .
At ft A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Account oda
, uon fiib
A 1 8 A M.. via Cainuen and Jersey City r xpress.,.. 3 oe
At 21. M.i via Camden und Amboy Kxprex HiM
At 6 P. M , via Camden and imbov Accoinnmdatloa ft
AtSP. A-. via Camden and Amboy Acconunoda
tion, 2d class flg
AtHA.M. !l and 9 P M., for stount Holly.'V.waim
viilc l'etrberton. and Viuoeutown. At ft A. M. audi
J'. M lor Freehold.
At5 aud lb a, Ai., I'j M . 4, 5,6. and 11-30. P.M. tor Fit
Fouae, Prlmyra. Kiverton. Progress. Delanea,
Beveriy. Edewater, iturington. Florence, liordea
towe. etc. The IM A. M. and 4 P. M. Hues rua .nyt
throuvh to 1 irnion.
LINES FROM Kr NrINGTOII DEPOT WILL LEASE
At II A W , 4 30 6-45 P. M., and . p M.(Mgbt) via
Kensington and Jersey City Express Linos, tare (30
Hie 6'4i P. Al. Line wliliun daily. AllothersHundava
At 7 DO and 11 A. M.. 3'30 4 30, 5, and 645 P. M a
A ulniulit. lor lirittnl. i rcnton, etc.
At 7 and 10 l.'i A. M. 1. M. 3 4. 6 and 6 P. M , for Cora
viel's lorrisdnie liolnie.-linrg, Tacony . WlsaluoraUig.
Brldetburg. and Frank lord, and at 10 1ft A.M. ior
P.riatol. Bchcnek's, Lddlngtou, and 6 P. At. lor Iiolaaa
burg and lutermedia e stations.
At 7 30 A.M. end 3,10 P. M. lor Niagara Falls, Ituflalo.
Dunkirk ( anandal.ua, Elnura, Ithaca. Owego, Ro
ches er. Binghampton, Oswego. Syracuse Great Hen4L
Montrose w llkesbarre. Bcrauton Btioudsburg, rKatec
liap, 1 civ idr re, Easlon, l.ambcrivllie. rlemlnotoa
etc. 1 he 3-:0 P. M. Line connects direct with the trala
leaving Easton lor Muucu Chunk, AUeutown, Betuie -hem
At ft P. M. for Lambertvllie and Intermediate stations.
Jupel.lEtiO. WILLIAM H. UAIZMEH, Ageast.
PEN N BYLV A N 1 A CENTRAL-RAILROAD."
BUMai ER A KltAMiEM EM.
The Trains oi tie Pennsylvania Central Railroaal
leave tbe Depot at Thiny-nrst and Alarkot strectH.
which Is reached by tlie cars ot the Market Htreet Pas
senger Railway, tunning lo and from the Depot. The
lubt car leaves Fiont street about 30 minutes nriev
to the departure of each Tialn.
On Sundays Cars leave Eleventh and Market
streets 45 niinstes belore tbedcpaiture of eachTraiaa
Mann's Baggage Expreas will ca 1 for and deliver'
Raggage at tbe Depot. On'era lefi at the Olllce Ala
ImI cbesnut street, will receive attention.
IBSlMfc LEAVB PKFOT. VIZ.
Mall Train at fH A. it
Day Express at 10-00
I'aoll Actonmiodatioii. No. I atll-sg
Fast Line and Erie Expresat at 12 09 M
P airlhburg Accon mouatlon at 334 p M
Lancaster Acceu uioua'lon at 4 V4
Paoll Accommodation No. a at ft-00
l'litburth anc Erie Mai 1 at 9 09
Paoll Accommodation, No. 3 allots) "
Philadelphia Exptesst ..at 11-19
, . TKAlhS AHUIVK Al DK1-UT, VIZ.;
Cincinnati Exnresst fi-ia
Philadelphia Express; at 7-10
Paoll Accommodation, .No. 1 at 8'i'l
t olumbla Train (, goo n
Lancaster i ruin at 14 40 P at
Fast Line at 110
Paoll Accommodation, No. 2 ..at 4 Ml- "
Day Express at ft-60 4
Paoll Accooiinodutlon, o. 3 at 7 30 '
Barrlsburg Accommodation at 9 60
Dally, except Baturdav. 4 Dally. Daily, excea
Monday. All oth r iralnsdally. except Bunday.
1 Hunuing through Irom PhUadelphia to pTttebarrt
aud Erie v ilhout char.ge ol car.
Btinda.t Accommodatlot Tialnl for Paoll and tntermn
dlate stations leave eliHade'phla at 900 A. H. anu "Sit
P. H., returning leave Paoll at 6 60 A. tt.. aud 4-50 P. M
TM KE'I OFFICE
fs located at No. 6!'l Cheanut street, where Ttoketl to
all important points mav be procured, and full uiiorma
Uoo given by JOHN C. ALLEN. Ticket Agent
a i'-o at 'thirty-first and Market street, on applica
tion to TbOMAB U. PARK-E,
. ... . , Ticket Agent at tbe Bepot
An r n i( rant Train runs dailv (except Bundayk For
lull particulars as to Is re and accommodations apply te
, , . No. 137 JKi K. B treat.
The Penrsylvania Railroad Comuanv will not aaaum
any rik for Baggage, except lor Wearing Apparel, aa4
limit their responsibility to One Hundred Loilara ha
value. All Baggage exceeding that amount in vale
w ill be at the risk of tbe owner, unless taken by sppcimL
contract. 3 ill
FREIGHT LINEiS FOR NEWr YORK ANO
tali the BtatloEs on the CAMDEN and AX BOY mat
connecting Raliroads. l&CREABED DESpATCU.
IH. CAllDE D AMllOY KAII,WAD ANJ
TRANSPORIAllON COMPANY J..KEHJHT LIMCJ4
for New Y ork will leae WALKUT Btreet Wharf at 9
o'eloek P M. daily iBuudays excepted).
Freight must be delivered before 434 o'clock, to be for -waided
be name ay.
Returning, tbe above lines will leave New fork at U
noon, and 4 and BP. M
Freight tor Trenton. Princeton. Klnjstou, New Brtuvi
wuk, and ail points on the Camden and Amboy baat
road ; alao, on tbe Be.vuiere. Delaware and Flematg
ton,tlieew Jersev, the Fieebold and Jamesbiarg anal
tbe Burlington aud Mount Holly Railroads, received
and lorn aided up to 1 P. M.
'1 be Relvldere De aware Rellroad connects at Phillip
burg with the Lehigh Valley Rail toad, and at Mauaar
kavnunk with all points oa the Delaware, Lackawanna,
and Western Ral road, forwarding to oyracus, Bunalu.
and other points hi U estern New York
'1 be New Jerney Railroad connects at Elizabeth wljj
tbe K ew Jersey Central Railroad, and at Newark wiaa
the Mortis and Essex Railroad.
A slip memorandum, tpecilying the marks and num
bers, shippers, and consignees, must, in every instance,
be sent with each load ot goods, or no receipt will ha
N. B. Increased facilities have been made lor Ota
transi citation ot live stock. Drovers are Invited to try
tbe route. W ben stock is turnisbed in quantities of two
carloads or more. It will be delivered at tbe foot of For
tie.h street, near the Drove Yard, or at Pier No. L
North River, as the shippers may designate at the baa
For terms, or other Information, apply to
unarms. WA1Ei KKAH) AN, Freight Agen
No. J26 B. DELAWARE Avenue, Philadelpl
ORANOE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.Sf
on and alter MONDAY, February li. two dau
trains will run between Washington and Li ncAtrjf.
connaetlrig at Gordourvl le with Virginia Central Rat
mad trains to and trom Richmond as lullows i
r0 MAIL TRAIN.
I, (re Washington dally (bunday exeepSed), at C'tf
A. M , ano an iv at Lynchburg at P. At-
Leave Lynchburg at 7 A. M. and arrive at Washing.
tonatft36P.it. bxpskbh TBAW.- ,
Leaye Washington daily (including "nnoay) at t P
M- and arrive at Lynchburg at A m
Leave Lynohburg at 6 30 P. 1 JTire ' vTashta
KohVains,niaktag eloss connectlora at LynehbatlR
foi ail ru South id soulhwest, and M Washing to!
raSlSS .tUch taepightc
The road la attractive, not omy for Its eoimor table
accommodations, but lortha &ci fcat it passes the new
ulatorio localltiaa of Falrtax, Bull Run, Maoaeaaa, Brat
toe, t atiett's. juppahaunook, Calpeper. Orange, east
Gordonsvilla, plauee ol uiiperlshable Uitatesl ut atw)
TbrujIiIUitj'eU to an points South' and Hourkweaj
mar be kid K Boston, Nrw York, Pbtladlgbia, mat
HaJtlmoiM aad at the vMM ot th road hi Wabiutxa
Aivru.-axa- W. H. MoCAKFEUTrr
- " weoeral Bi.y.liiHitiu