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EV WILLIAM HAWTRH,
TuruinK over paps
Penfi-lcnf drift of jfws
in the midst a biter
Stained and dim witlt tears 1
Pace of any dear one
JBcjrco hud moved me ;
Fixrl io ve lyiDgx
Buried long t,.
DaTtinp love of boyhood,
What triad hoars we knew
Tears so sweet in shedding,
Vows that were so true !
Dear face round and dimpled,
Voice of chirpina bird.
Hardly then, tor beart-throb
Any word I heard.
But to know she loved me,
Know her kind and fair,
Ww in joy to revel.
Was t walk on air.
Happy, happy love-time,
Never came the Summer
With its blossoming.
MARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH OF LITTLE
Jfnm tin Chicirjo Timet, ZUt ultimo.
During yesterday afternoon an accident OC
enrred, which requited in the miraculous escape
iroin dc;tth of Thartdeus Lincoln, youngest sou
of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the
United States. He is but thirteen years old,
having arrived at that ae in April lust. Yester
day one of the horses belonging to the family
required shoeing. The curriage also needed
.repairs. The coachnum, accompanied by Thad
leuH, drove away from Mrs. Lincoln's residence,
No, 375 West Washington street. The vehicle
was left at Mcl'arlaue's wagon shop, and the
horses detached, but still harnessed, were
taken to Redman's nlacksmith shop, wliicli
is situated on Lake street, a short dis
tance west of the bridge. Mounted on one of
the animals was young Lincoln, while the
other win ridden by the coachman. The horses
bearing ihe two horsemen were about to pro
ceed homeward. Thaddeus had the start, und
was some twenty puces or so on the road, when
the coachman, who had not vet started from
the shop, cnea out to him to ttop, and wait for
biro. At this moment a wagon drove pnt on
Lake etrctt. One of thu wheels brushed
against the horse on which young Lincoln was
seated. The animal, atlrichted, started oil' at a
pallop. and continued Its couive on Lake street.
At the corner ot Canal the rider lot his bal
ance, anil lull from the horse's baci. Then en
sued a scene at once exciting and .terrible
to wiuies. Young Lincoln's teet, entangled
in the harness, held him firmly to the af
frighted animal, while his head, at each
hound of the hoie, either 'truck or came
very near to it. While the hoy hung
suspended in this perilous situation the
Huimal continued running. Climon, Jeilerson,
Dosplaiues, Union, ILustead, Green, Peoria,
Sangamon, Moreun, Carpenter, Curtis, and May
streets were passed, the horse ruuning all tiie
while on Lake street. Sweeping by May street,
he came to Ann, turniug south here he ran
1own as far as iiaridolph, when again
turning to the we -A, he bent his
rourso north up Kandolr.li as far as Millard
place. Dashine throuarh this trcet, the animal
plunged madly forward, rushed recklessly
around the corner, and turned down Washing
ton street to Anu. Not stopping here, but with
aii increased mry, if possible, the animal tore
eastward on Ann, wheeleu to the north, and
followed Randolph. Aeain dashing with a
break-neck lury south on Willard place, the bov
became disengaged lroni his flying .-teed, and
fell prostrate and senseless to the ground.
During this time a crowd ot excited and anxious
people had gathered on the walks, by the side
of which tke infuriated horse pawed. When
young Lincoln tell, the crowd rushed in about
ihSrfl. lie was taken up lroni the ground, hi tb
middle ot the street, and borne afpareiitly life
less to his mother's residence. A physician wns
summoned, who arrived aftr he bad partially
recovered, and inquired if the "coachman was
hurt." Strauce as it may appear, the subject of
this miraculous escape from death was no fur
ther injured than by being the recipient of a few
painful, though no't dangerous contusions on
the back of bis head and risht arm, and a few
scratches on the face. No bones were broken,
and the little fellow will be out and ready for
another ride in a lew days.
CiUAM) HII.L,IAIU TOl'KSAMEXTi
First Day's Proceedings Plunkett Beaten by
Dion, McDevitt by Tieman, and Phelan by
The tournament of the State and Provincial
billiard champions opened last evening at the
HiDpotheatron, in presence of a more select
audience than was ever before congregated ut
any billiard contest in this city. Many ladies
were in attendance, all ot whom manifested a
deeper interest in the proceedings than would
be expected,. in view of the comparative nou
lamlliarlty of the sex with the intneacies of
At 8 o'clock the manager, Mr. D. E. (Javlt,
came forward to the table an exact model of
the standard, and designed as the second prize
and, after briefly stating the object, of the tour
nament, announced that the opening game
would be between Edward S. Pluukett, cham
pion of Pennsylvania, and J. B. Cyrille Dion,
champion of All Cauada, and brother to the
player who now holds the champion cue of
America. It was lurther aunounced thnt the
.games of the tournament proper would be 500
points each, caroms.
The players having ''strung" for the lead,
which was won by Dion, the came opened by
that player scoring 1. For the first 200 points,
i'lunkett, who was the lavorite, played with
commendable care and caution, and had things
pretty much all his own way, Dion exhibiting
a nervousness and lack of command over the
halls tnat surprised his lnends. On the thirty
.fourth inning, however, the Canadiau, by a
noirited run of 9,'i. passed his opponent, whose
turn it now was to play badly, the result being
that In a few innings more Dion made game as
per the lollowinj official score:
Plunkett 0, 2, 0, 27. 42. 24, 0, (i, 2, 1, 2. 4, 0,
39, 6, U. 45, 2, 14, M, 22, 2, 0, 2, 0, 15, 4, 3, 0, 0. 0,
18, 5, 2, 3, ft, t), 12. 0. 0, 20. 5, 3. Total. 359.
innings, 43; average, s 17-43; banks, 3; salety
Dion 10, 3, 15, 0, 0, 11, 28, 0, 17. 3. 1, 2. 2, 11,
0, 0, 7, 47, 0, 2, 18, 6. 8. 0. 12. G3. 0. 2. 0. 12. 7. 0.
93, 7, 19. 6, 8, 0, 42, 15, 0. 14. Total, 602. In
nings, 43; average, 11 2'M3; bunks, 3; safety
. . .. m: n . .... . ' v
piays, . mm; i uouim, ,h minutes.
Philip Tiemau, of Cincinnati, and John Mc
l)pvitt then followed in an exhibition game of
250 points, carom, wnien w as a tine display on
the part of the former, who won by 175 points,
making an average or is. Mcuevitt did not
play with his customary skill.
The concluding game or me meut was
between James Palmer, Presideut of the Penn-
pvlvama miliar Congress, and Michael Phelau.
It had been announced that Carme would play
with Mr. Phelun: but, although present early
in the evening, ne was nor ou nana at tne desig
nated hour. The contest betweeu Messrs,
Phelan and Palmer resulted in favor of the
larter bv one Doint. in a "string" of 100.
The prizes, of which a description was given
in -oertterdav's Times, were on exhibition in the
hall, together with the emblems of the several
State champions, and were much admired.
This afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Edward Daniels,
chammon of Massachusetts, will play L.
McCarthy, champion of Indiana; and there will
also be games between William (Joldthwait, Ed
ward Cahill. and John McDevitt. In the evening.
in addition to exhibitions by the leading profes
sional nlavers. Tieman. Victor Euteohe. etc.. the
third tame of the tournament proper will be
tdaved between John Frawlev. champion of
Ohio, and Thomas Foley, champion of Illinois.
JVw JOT J tints, (.?.
Belies cf the Past Some curloua discoveries
have recently been made at Bilchester, near
liasingtoke,the site of the ancient Rntisfi and
Kouian capital of Southern Britain. The mam
street and a street running from it have been
laid open, together wlthi two large Human
houses with tessclated pavements. " The walls
which snrronndrd the capital were three miles
in length. The site of the amphitheatre has
been tound, and an admission pass, like the
opera bone pajses of the present day, dug. out.
Coins connected with peiiods anterior to the
irtb of our Saviour have also been found. A
brick J1 as also turned up, on which some Ho man
lover hAJ cut words relating to "my In-?," or
"my girt." Uorcn tooth picks, ear-picks, and
BCis'sors have ken fonna, and the site of a strong
bos made of oak an inch thlc'. Some remains
of the box. its hinges and lock, Were picked np.
Ihe position ol a temple is known, and will one
nay be explored. 8 lchcster la the property of
the Duke of Wellington. The plough has now
been passing lor centuries over the spot where
rive hundred years perhaps before the Roman
invasion of Britain the London of a kingdom
which included Sussex, Hampshire, Dorset
shire, and llerks once stood. Manchester ( fcnjr
Fall of a Great Man. Coming down Che?nut
street, Pt, Louis, one day last week, wntes a
correi-poiident, I was struck by the appearance
ol an old man past sixty, who wore a thread
bare coat, fhining with constant wear, and
whose hat was brulsrd and speriy. His head
wa' bene towards the earth, aud hn walk was a
toitTiPg fhiTlIlc, the effect of whisky and old
age. He i''lcd from one sidy of the pavement
to the oiber; nnI Jf List brought up against a
lamp poft on the cornet', when a young-looKing
lon'er coming aloc, saluted Mm with, "Halloa,
Jim ! Come and take a drink !" The old man's
eyes brightened, and, arm-in-arm, he sauntered
alone to the nearest erogLrery with his com
panion. Five years ago that old man was
James (irt en, United States Senator from Mis
souri, and m 'lie days of the Kansas and Le
conipton matters he was, next to Stephen A.
Dougias, the ablest debater in Congress. Hut
the war broke out, Mr. Orceu was sent to the
Rebel Couprcs.', s.on lost his property, his posi
tion, at d his character, and now lie is ft pool'
drunkard, and earns barely a pittance of a
living as a calaboo&c shyster.
Teltgrarhing. The Telegrapher for September
1 contains some interesting statistics ot the
telegrnph companies in this country. From its
figures it appeals that in New York thpre nro 74
otriees, in which 3V5 persons are employed, and
in Philadelphia 35 oilioef, employing 211 per
ilous. The following are some of the largest
compani es, with their capital:
W eotprn Uniou Tclejrrapti Company $22 000.000
United States 0,000,000
(These companies weie consolidated April 1 )
Kusslnn txteus.on IOOOo OOO
Bunkers' and Krokers' 1.000 000
Inpu atf d Lme- 1,0D0,000
Franklin Tclecrapl 600,000
Illinois and Mississippi 1 000,000
taliiorma Mute 2,500,000
The net receipts of the We'tern Union Com
pany, from January 1, 180(1, to December 31,
1806, were S2.05'.i,4!iyo4. The policy of having
the Government take charsre of the telegraph
ing business, iu the same way as it docs ot car
rying the mails, is discussed, and its expediency
A Deserved Compliment Each of the follow
ing United States Telegraph operators have
been, by order of the Secretary of War, pre
sented with one ot the silver watches which were
used to establish uniform time in the Army ot
D. 11. Bates, assistant manager Department ot
the Potomac; Charles A. Tinker, chief operator
War Department; Albert 13. Chandler, cipher
and disbursing clerk, War Department; A. II.
Caldwell, chief operator, Army of the Potomac;
Dennis Doren, superintendent of construction
Department of the Potomac; Frank Stewart,
cipher clerk, War Department; George W. Bald
win, cipher clerk, War Department; Richard
O'Brien, chiet operator, Dopartnient of North
Carolina; George D. Sheldon, chief operator
Fpilrces Monroe, Vn.; Mr. M. V. B. Buell, chief
meVfifi,!' Deisi'.vnre and Eastern Shore Line:
John 11. bmeriCK, cimi vpci-uiui ivniiy oi uie
. . , . . i. ; . i- . . . .....
A complimentary note accompanied the pre
sent, sisned by Thomas T. hckert. Assistant
Secretary of War and tuperiutcudent of the
United States Military Telegraph.
Dead Sea Discoveries. M. Terrell, who nccoiu-
Eauied the Due de Luynes to Palestine in 18G5,
as uddicsed a paper to the Academy on the
chemical composition of the waters ot the Dead
Sea. This inland lake has generally been conti- !
dered untenanted by living creatures, but M.
Terrell states that near Sodom he distinctly
saw a number of small fi.-h that sepuied to
thrive very well. His other observations may
be summed up as follows: 1. The density of
the waters of the Dead Sea increase with their
depth. 2. Their composition is not everywhere
the same. 3. Their concentration is likewise
variable. 4. The samples taktn north of Sodom,
in that part which tortus a lagoon, contain
more chloride ot sodium than chloride ot
magnesium; this explains why small fish will
live in it. 5. Of all the salts contained in the
Dead Sea, the bromides alone seem to be much
more concentrated at the bottom, in those
strata the depth of which exceeds 300 metres.
6. The waters of the Dead Sea contain no.
iodine, nor are there any traces of phosphoric
A Fine Effort. A reporter of the Nashville
(Tenn.) Republican Banner undprtook last
Sunday to relate that a colored man who had
been hned tive dollars by a magistrate, paid the
fine, and was allowed to depart. This was the
nearest he could come to it:
"Little streaks of pallid moonlight dancing in
and out and through aud between the classic
corridors of Nashville's time-honored Market
House, revealed to municipal eyes the manly
corpus of one Henry Hensley, as'he lengthened
his weary limbs high up an nltitudiuous perch,
as if in wail for a purchaser. Next morning
freedom bought htm for five dollars, and to-day
he "breathes the air again,' aud sips his foaming
soda-water in peace."
Burns' Cottage For Sale. The nei-essities of
the Ayr Incorporation of Shoemakers compel
mem to aispose oi tne most valuable property
in their possession "the auld cluv bigeiu.'' dear
to all Scotsmen, and to every admirer of the
greatest lyric genius ot this or any other couu
try if they would maintain, and desire to en
hance, the yearly allowance of their aged
members. We understand the cottage is now
being exposed by private bargain, at such a
price as it may bring. The honor of becoming
proprietor ol tne btiiiiiing hallowed bv soinauv
heart-stirring associations as the natal spot of
our great national poet, is one that caunot tail
to be coveted by many. Ayrshire tamier.
A Convocation of Thieves. Thieves from all
parts of the country have gathered iu large num
bers at Chicago. These patriotic men are
always present In large numbers on prear occa
sions, like that which is attracting so many to
the seat of the Douglas monument. The Super
intendent of Police has arrested them, and they
have been hneo from nve to ten dollars each.
Many ot them nave concluded not to remain
and witness the ceremony ot laying the corner
Important Trial. The trial of the rrisonors
t-barirtiil with the heavy robbery of tbe Adams
Kxpress Coiuoauv ou the New Haven Railroad
last January, na oeen in progress in DauDury,
Conn., during the pa6t week. Twoot the prl
8mer were tried some time aeo, ana tun case
of the five others is not vet concluded. It will
nf remembered that the amount gtnieu was over
halt a million ot dollars, of which about one
hundred and twenty thousand dollars was re-
Rov. Robert Wallace, delegate from the
Irif h Conference to the Methodists of the Uuited
States, died of cholera at Cincinnati, on Monday.
Mr. Wallace arrived in New York on the 2'2d
ult., preached here on the followlns Sunday, and
reached Cincinnati on Saturday last. He was a
unlive of County Down, Ireland. Hi? age was
TV L. CARPENTER
A SON'S DANCING
No. luinrn htrkf.t.
D, L 7inntr. tli yt,i knows and experienced
tater ol Dancing and Csllnthenlcn, rennectiullr In
form rnnt and Tonne Laitlea and Ctentlnmvn thnt
bin Academy lor Frlvata Tuition will reopen for the
reception o richolare on
8At)RI)4Y fiFPTEMBEB 1,1866.
for tt Fail Wlnur, and ttpilna,
V.yrrj attention, aa here lotore, will be paid Uadrance
hla icliolara In every particular, and he can bit aeea
punctual at hla rooms, . iU aRCH direct, dally
lUTS OT TriTION FOB T.ADIPB.
JtOKDAl, WEDNESDAY AMD iKIDAY AFTER
NOON. FOR YOTJSO Uo!-E AND MASTERS.
TUESDAY, '1 HI1K8DA Y. AND SATURDAY AFTER-
KVF.MKOS FOB OKNTLEWF.N.
TUESDAY, XllVJBbDAY. AKD SAIVltUAY KVIK
1NOH. PRIVATE 1YESISOH FOR LADIES AND GEN
XlEiuEN. MONDAY, WEDNI8DAT. AJ?D FRIDAY EVEN
DIRF.CT PRIVATE TriTIOl
(lTn In c1aie or single leaaona every momlnir.
Term a. etc , made known at D. L. Carpenter tt Pon a
Ii. I,. Carpenter Son will (tive their attention to all
the latet lanhlonahle dancea ot toe xeamn.
All (alop. m auzea, Hops, etc., and the many diner
tnt flRuiea ot the
together, ha will tea h aa tiaual a I round dances and
(jnaorlltee. and. In tact, any dance thai mav be re
nueated Bcholara can commence at any time uur:ng
ihe tall and winter aeaaona.
will be aiTen to acholara and irlendu at hl Room this
aeaaon, aa well aa a ronme ot Evening 8uicriptlon
Pnlree at the W lineal Fund ball, anil a grand Miimiuo
8ubcrlptlon llali In Felirnarri alao. hla T entv-aecond
Annual Floral Hall Til' be given at the Academy ol
, ukIc 1M1 aeaaon Intormatlon will be given on appli
cation to I L. t arpenier
Xlcketa are reaoy at hla roomi lor hla Opening Soiree.
CONSTANTINF. LrOMDAH CAiU'EaTbR.
D. L. CAU'ENTIB,
8 27 3m No. R25 AECH Street.
irr,s, DELIGHTFUL EXCURSIONS
ON TIIE SCHUYLKILL.
The beautiful liitle steamers
SILVUIl WAVE AND SILVER STAB,
Now running from Falrmonnt to Falls of Schuylkill,
wld leave Fairmount as follona, viz. :-At 7 20. 8-OV 8 50,
9 3S, 10-20, 11-05, 11-50 A. M. And at 12 3 1-20, 2 05, 2 .V)
8 35, 4 in, B-05, 5-50, and 35 P. M.
Returning leave the Falls at 7 20. 8 05. 8-50, 9 35, 10 20
11 05, 11 50 A l. ; and 12-34, 1 20, 2-U5, 2 50, 3 35, 4 20, 5 05
5-50. andd 35P. M.
FAKE. To Laurel Hill and the Falls, 15 cents -.Columbia
Hridge or Washington Retretit, 10 cents. ExcurdoC
Tickets to Falls or Laurel II111, 25o. Picnics and Sundaj
Schools taken at a Lbernl reduction. C5 9.p ws
I. R. FRANKLIN PAXEY. Trustee in a certain Inden
ture ol Jloitaiie. ol nTe property herelnaiti-r descrlbcu,
executed by the Tyrone and Clearfield Riitlroad Company
to me, na morttanee In trust, to sei ure die Damn-mot
the principal and intercut of bonds ot caul Company to
ihe amount ot eSOilUV. which moitgage Is dated the lot
dav of Februar), A- D. IMil, and recorded in the oihce
lor recording deeds, etc.. In and lor the county oi Blair,
on the 4tl duy ot February, A. D.. 161. iu mortvaue
book 11. pave Hn etc.. and In Ihe ottlce lor recommit
deeds, etc.. in and lor the county ot centre, on the 2(iltj
day ot February. A. !., 1MI . in mortgaue book E. pane
4(io. etc.. do hereby give notice that deiault huvlng been
made lor mote tluin ninety I'ays in the payment ot the
interest due and demanded ou the. mild bonds, I will,
in pursuance of the writien remiest. to me directed,
of tne holders ot more than 0 in amount ot the said
bonds, und bv virtue ot the power comerrea upon me
in that tespect by the said mortgage, expose to pub io
sale, and sell to tbe highest and best bidder, bv M.
'IHOMAi & SONS, Auctioneers, at the PHILADEL
PHIA EXCHANGE. In the city ot Phlhidtlphia on
Thursday. the2"th dty of September. A. D. IhoiS, npou
tbe fi rms and conditions hereinafter fluted, the whole
of the said inori) aged premises and tranchlseg. viz. :
Ihe whole ot that lection ot the Tyrone and Clear
field ltuilioad from 'tyrone station, Blair county. Penn
sylvania, to Phllilpsburg. In Centre countv. Penusvl
vaula, as the Fame is now constructed, together with
alt end ainiiulur tbe railway a, ral's, cross-ties, chairs,
spikes, iron, timber, bridges, fences, together with all
real property ol every description acquired by and Be
longing to said Company appurtenant to said road,
aud all the rights, liberties, privileges, and corporate
franchises ot Bald road and company and all tbe tolls.
Income, Issues, and profits to be derived and to
arise from the same, and all tbe lands used and occu
pied lor railway depots and stations between said
points, wiib all buildings standing thereon or procured
AH the lands, raliwaj a, rails, brldgeg. culverts, tres
tle works, tool-houses, coal-houses, wharves, tences,
rights of way, workshops, machinery, stations, depots,
depot grounds, works, ma.-onry, and other superstruc
ture, teal estate, buildings, and Improvements of
whatever nature or kind appertaining or belonging to
the above-mentioned property and to the said section
of the said T rone and Clearfletd Rnilroad. and owned
bv said ompnny In conr.cccon therewith, and all the
rights, liberties, privileges, and corporate franchises of
said road audCompanv,
The said lection, of the said Tyrone and Clearfield
Railroad, externum! trom said Tyrone Station. Ktair
county, to and through the boioagh of Ptuillpsburg, in
Centre county, ia about 23it ml es in length.
10.000 of the Duichase mom v to be paid in cash when
p. ft.Bi n tip r, . i r . .
the pioperty is struck oil. and tiie balance within twenty-
l'avment on account ot tne said oaianae ot pnrcnase
money to the extent of the dividend thereof payable on
the hnnda secured bv the said mi rtuaur and the matured
coupons ot the said t onds. may be made In the said
bonds or coupons: ana it the dividend is less
titan the actual sum due upon tbe said bonds
and coupons, the holders mav retain possession
ot tne sam bonus anu coupons on receipting to me
said Trustee tor the said dividend, and endorsing pay
ment nr tii HniiiA on tun Hftid nnnnd or counons.
Coon the purcliase-nioney nemg pnia as aioresaiu, tne
Trustee wi i execute anu ueiiver a uoeu ui conveyuueu
ol the premise to the purchaser or purchasers, in pursu
nnee of the power conferred upon him by tbe said
Any furtner tniormation in respect hi me sum sate o
vm'iuea mar be bud on aDullcatfon to the undersigned
iiustee. at his ottlce. Ho. 42 South THIRD Street, In the
city oiTDiiudcuinta. v
XI. EAAianL,. . . . . ......
No. 42 couth Third street
M. THOMAS & SONS. Auctioneers,
ti 11 ntSm ' Nos. lt and 141 South FOURTH Street.
1 .tnHV VIlRlRTTlllMHIIV Trusts In a CArtAin
Tndi.ni ure ot Mortuose of the niODtrtv hereinafter de-
eilbed. executed bv tne Tyrone and (Teat Held Railroad
i -omnanv to me. as juortsauee ui iiust. to secure tun
naviiiiiitol the nrlncinal and Interest ot bonds of said
Company to the amount ot 6'225 1)00. which Mortgage Is
uateu tne 12111 uuy 01 uay, a, u. inotf, turn recorueu iu
the oflice lor lecordlug deeds, etc.. in and lor the county
01 Blair, on the 1MU day 01 Ai ay, A. 1). iron, in mortgage
dook A, pugea oed--o-o-i anu 0, ana ia me omce mr re
cording deeds, etc., lu and tor the county ot Centre, on
the liin uay ti may, a. i. in. iu iiiiirtuage uooa. c,
nana 170. etc.. do berebv ulve notice that deiault having
been made tor more than ninety uuya In the payment of
the Interest due and demanded on the said bonds, I w ill,
In pursuance 01 tne written request to me directed ot tne
holdeis 01 more man mi unu in amouut ot tne sam
bonds, and by virtue of tbe power conferred upon me in
that respcet by tbe said Mortgage, expose to public sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder bv to. iHOil.8
A- hUNH. Auctioneers, at the PHILADELPHIA EX
CHANGE, in tbecliv of t hilaelpbla. on Tbursdsy, tbe
til dav or heptemuer. a. u. ism. unon the terms and
conditions hereiuaiter stated, the whoie of the said
mortgaged premises, viz. :
The whole ot that section of said Tvrone and Clear-
field ltiillrond lroni t lie nolnt of inteninctlnn with the
Tyrone and Lock Haven hgilroad. near Tyrone. Blair
countv. Pennsylvania to Philliiisburg. Centre county,
I'em sylvania, aa tne same Ibiiow constructed, together
with ail and singular the railways, rails, bridges,
fences, privileies, rights, and all teal property of
everv descilption acquired by and beujging to said
Compauv.aud all tbe tolls. Income, issues, and prodts
to be detlved and to arise trom the same, aud a 1 the
lands used and occupied lor railways, depots, or sta
tions betweeu said poin's. with a l the buildings stand
,ng thereon or Pay
All tbe lands, railways, rails, bridues. culverts, trestle'
works, tool houses, coal-houses, wharves, lenees. rights
of way, workshops, machinery, stations, depots, depot
grounds, works, masonry, and other superstructure,
ual eatatu buildings and Improvements 01 whatever
nature or kind appertaining or belonging to the above-
mentioneu propel tv, anu 10 tne said section of saiu
lyione aim ciearne u i.atnonu, unu owued by said Com'
puny iu coiioeAiiiou utcieni 11.
Tbe salu section of the Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad
extending trom 1 lie Intersection ot the ivrone and Clear
tlela Railroad, with the railroad loruierly belonging to
the lyrone and Locktiaven BIJ road Company, but now
tothoBald Fagle Vallev ik.WAid Compauy, la about
20 nuio. iu length.
ftlO.000 of tliA nnritlniHp mtinev tn hn nmit In iacl, hIidii
the pioperty is stiuck oft, aud the balance within 20 days
PaVAIEKT on account of the aald balance of purchase
uiuuor. iu iud vAirm ui uimuduu uiereoi pavaoic
on the bonds secured by the suld mortgage aud the ma-
tuiea coupons 01 tne saiu i.onus.niav ne made In the saia
bouds 01 coupons! and It the dividend is less than the
actual sum due upon tbe said bonds or coupons, the
boldera may retain possession of the said bonds and
coupons ou receipting to the said Trustee f.,r tholil
dividend, and endorsing payment of the same on the said
Donua or coupons.
I'nmi the mirchaae money being nalil mrMamutA fha
Trustee will execute and deliver a deed 01 conveyance
01 me preuiiBca iu iud uuivuiuni ur purouasers. in pur
suance ot the power conferred upon him by tbe said
Any lurther Information In respect to said sale, of
pieniises. may no uau ujiou aupuuauon to the unuer-
litDta uruait, i uis uuen ui inn rennsyivauia Mail
road company , jiu. n. mm aireet. I'litiadulphta.
JOHN EDtUK THOMNON. I riitoe.
o. '2aS. TIIIHD Street.
m. luuaiAB at nunn. Aueilonoers,
5 SI Hiftu) Xo, M aud ill 8. KOUlt'iu H revt.
J H E
PERU VI A
S Y 11 u P
A PROTECTED" SOLUTION OK TP
PROTOXIDE OF IROfJ
A new discovery rn mivllc,n which
STRIKES AT THE ROOT O DISEASE,
By supplying the Blood with IM tit MIHciplb, ob
This 11 the secret of the wonderful success' tnl remedy
DYHPEFSIA. LIVER COMPLAINT, "ROPSV
CHKONII! P1AKH1KE. BOIL-. N t-RVC 7"J AF
FX TIO8, t HII.LH AND KrVF.KH llUV"Ha,
LOSS OF CO 8TITCTION AL VWOR, I. V
EA8E80FTHF. KIDNKYrt AND B..AD
DH.K, FhWALK COMPLAINTS,
And all diseases originating hi a
RAD STATIC UP T1IK llleOOO,
Or accompanied by Debility or a low sta eof the system.
Being Iree trom Alcohol In auy lorin. its energiiing ef
tecta are not tol owed by corresponding reaction, but are
permanent, Imuslng strength, vigor and r.ew i'fe Into all
parts ot the ny Mem, and builulng up an iron Constitution.
IJV8Pi:PSIA and u kuil.it y.
From the Venerable Archdeacon NCOTT. D 1).
"in nha, t aniula Kast, March 'ii,
' I am an Inveterate Dyspeptic ot more than
"l have been so wonderful'y benefited In the
three short weeks during w hlcb 1 have used the I'ei avian
Myrup. that I can scarce y persuade myaeu of the rcalitv.
People who have known mean astonished at the change.
1 am widely known, and can but recommend toothers
that which has done so much for me."
A CASK OF til YEARS' bTANDIVO CURED.
From I8I.FY JEWETT, No. 15 Avon P.ace, Boston
-1 have suflercd, and sometimes severely, for 27 year,
from dyspepsia. I commenced taking thn l eruvlun
Mvrup.anc tound Immediate benefit trom it. In the course
ol three or lour weeks 1 was entirely relieved from tn v
sufferings, and have enjoyed uninterrupted health ever
One of the most distinguished Jurists In New England
writes to a Friend as lollows :
'I have tried the PERUVIAN BVRUP, and the result
fully sustains your prediction. It has made a new man
of met Inused Into my svstem new rigor andenergv;I
am no longer tremulous and dobl Hated, as whtn yon
last saw me, but sirongcr, heartier, and with larger capa
city lor labor, mental and physical, than at auy tlmo
during the last five years."
An eminent Divine of Boston savs
"1 have been ulng the PERUVIAN SYRUP for some
time past; it gives me new vigor, buoyancy of spirits
elasticity ol muscle."
Thi utands have bten changed, Ip theune of th'trem'df
from Kiak, luck y, tvjpirit q crniluret to tiring, healthy,
and hafpy men andKomen: and mvatidi cannot reatuh
ably he m ate to give it a trial.
A pamphlet of 32 pages containing certificates ol cures
and recommendations trom some of the most eminent
phsicians, clergymen, and o hers, will be sent fuse to
See that each bottle ha? PERUVIAN SYRUP blown In
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DIJiSMORE, PROPRIETOR,
No. 30 DEY Street, New York.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
All Medical Men agree that IODINE Is THE Bkkt
Rh ML1) Y or erollila and all kii'dred utReasnx nvr itiu.
covered The dirliculty has been to obtain a I'nitK tioi.it
1 ION ol It.
PR. II. A1VDKKS' IODIXE WATER
Is a Pure Solution of Iodme, V ITUOUT A SOLVENT J
Containing a fcll grain to each ounce of water.
A MOST POWERFUL VITALIZING AGENT AND
RES rORAl IV .
It has cured and will cure SCROFULA in all its man!-
ULCERS, CANCERS, SYPHILIS, SALT RHEUM.
And it has been used with ostouli-hlntr success In
01 JrnryHAiisM, Jitspepsia. onsi MrnoN. Female
SsrWij.Ts, Heabt, livfb, and Kidnet Dis rases, etc.
'"Circulars will be sent free to anyone sending their
Price ei-(Hi a bottle, or 6 for (5 00.
Proparcd by Dr. H. ANDEKS, Physician and Chemist.
FOB SALE BY
J. P. DIXSMORI?,
No. HO DEY Street, Now York.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WILD Oil E II II Y
HAS BEEN USED FOB N BAKLT
HALF A CENTURY,
WITH THE MOST ASTOKISIUNO SUCCESS, IN CUBING
COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSKNESM. SORE THKOAT
Ir LL .rA. wnwrinu uuuutt, UKUUr.
LIVER COMPLAINT BRONCUITIS,
DIFFICULTY OF BRKAIHINO,
AS1HMA. AND EVEKV
THE THROAT, L.ITJVGS, AND CHEST.
Which cat nes off more victims than any other diseaso,
ana which battles the skin 01 tue l'oyslclans to a greater
extent luuu auv oilier maiuuy, tiimu
YIELDS TO THIrt REMEDY"
When all others prove Ineffectual.
AS A MEDICINE,
RAPID IN BELIEF, SOOTHING IN EFFECT, IN
IT IS UN It PASSED I
While as a preparation, tree from noxious inm-edients.
poisons, or minerals; uniting skill, science, and medical
knowledge I combining all that Is valuable In the vegetu-
Die Ainguom , lor tuis ciuos 01 uistaets, it is
And Is entitled, merits, and receives the general confl
uence 01 the public.
SEYMOCB THATCHER. M. D..
Of Herman. N. Y., writes as tollows :
"Wist Au 's Balsam or Wild Cherry gives universal
satislactlon. It seems to cure a ough by loosening and
cieanaing the lungs, and allaying irritation, tui o he-
MOVINU TBE CACHE, IMSTEAD OF UKYINO UP TUB COUGH,
AhD leaving tbe ci (-E behind. I consider the Holsaill
osgood as any.lt not the best Cough medicine with
whlcb I am acquainted."
From Hon. Jndge SPRAKER, ot Canajoharle, N. T.
Gentlemen s This Is to certliy that myse.f and lamllv
have used Dr. Wistab's Balsam of Wild Cherut tor
several years, and that I take great ptea-ure In recom
mending It In preference to anything of the kind lor the
purposes tor wuicn 11 is mieunea. in ea.es 01 Antrmui,
Pit Ami, or Aftectlous ot the Jhrvat. I have never met
with anything equal to it.
Very respectiutiy, v vtu bpkakeb.
Tne Rev. JACOB SECHLEK. of Hanover. Pa..
Well know n aud much respected among tbe German
population in tnis country, manes tue following state
ment lor tbe benefit 01 tbe alllicled:
Dear hirst Having leatized in my lamllv Imoortant
benehts trom tbe use ot your valuable preparation
Wistab'b Balsam op Wild Ciiebih it aflorus me plea
sure to recommend It to tl e public Some eignt years
ago one ot my daughteis seemed to be In a decline, and
little hopes ol her recovery were enter ained. I then
procured a bottle of your excellent halsaui. aud be lore
she had taken the whole ot the contents ol the bottle
there was a great Improvement In ber hea th. I have,
in my individual case, made irequent use ot your valua
ble uieuicme, auu nave atwuya uecn nenentea ov 11.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR A BOTiLE.
FOB SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE. No an DKY Street, New York.
SETU W. FOWLE& SON, Proprietors, Bosto i.
And bv all Druggists. ltisUt
Q 11 A C i: ' S
CURES CUTS, BURNS, SCALDS.
GRACE'S C'ELEIUIATED SALVE
CURES WOUNDS, BRUI8KS, SPRAINS.
G HACK'S CELEIHt ATED SALVE
CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
GRACE'S CELKII RATED SALVE
CURES 8 ALT HUEUM, ERYSIPELAS.
GRAC E'S t'ELEUHATEU SALVE
CURES CHAPPED HANDS, CHILBLAINS
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
HEALS OLD SORES, FLESH WOUNDS, ETC.
It Is prompt in act on, remove toain at once, and re-
iiiicea tue most Himrv-iouaitiff swei mua anu innauuiia
tions, as if by magic thus affording telle!, and a com
Only 2o cents a box I (Sent by mall for 36 cents.)
OB SALE BY
. J. T. PIN8MORE, No. 36 DEY Btreet. New Yor
fl. W. FOWLS a SON, Proprietors, Boston.
And by U Druggists, Oroctrs.aod Country Stores
I C 'M P A NY
INCORPORATE l BY UIK LEGISLATURE OF
OFFICE, 8. K. (CRNUl IIIIRD a.ND WALNUT
OW VFS8ELS, )
( AhGO. To all parts of orld.
On Goods by River 1 ana., l ake and 1 d Carriage to
all parts of the Union
On Merchandise generally.
On Stores, Dwelling Houses, eto
ASSETS OF THE COM PANT
Knveml.. 1. 1HAA.
United States ft per eent oan 7I...M0W 00
8 Ul... IM lug-Ob
" 1 1 10 per cent loan
Treasury Notes . OI.STS-BO
State 01 Pennsylvania Five Per Cent
State ol Pennsylvania Six Per Cent.
,Ian 63,250 00
( ity ol Philadelphia Six Per Cent.
Loan 112,812 W
Pennsy vania Railroad Tlrst Mort
gage Six Per 'ent. Bonds 20,000-00
Pennsylvania ltnl rosii Second Mort
gage Mx Per l ent, llot.ds 23,7M)O0
western Pennsylvania Railroad Mort-
Kg rix rer ent. nonus kmoU'WI
Juu Shan's Stock Ocrmantown Ons
Company, principal and interest
guaranteed by the City of Phliadel-
,Pb, - 13.M7 S0
IU Miares Slock Peunsylvaula Rall-
,ad Company 8,580-00
Km Shares Stock Noitn l ennsvlvania
Railroad Company 3,2.10 00
Diposltwhb United States Oovcrn-
niort, subject to ten davs' call 40,000-00
v.. ui iiunessee rive ter Cent.
, Tans on Bonos and Mortgage first
ll.na on City Property 170.000 00
1,036,81 Par. , Market value.... wt.-Vifl-OO
Keal t tre H hhihhi
Bl Is rec eivable for Insurances made..l ai'ois S7
Balance. due at Agencies :-Prcmlums
t)ti Mariue foilciea. Accrued Inte-
rtsc anu outer ucuia aue the Corn-
Scrip and Stock of sundry Insurance,
andothC-" ompanles, 1133. Esti
Paul, In BM HO
2 910 Oi
Cash In Drawer...-. 678 48
1 Samuel E. Stokef,
Thomas C. Hand,
wwiiii cj. lavia,
Fdinund A. t-otider,
Jolm R Penrose,
Itenry C. lialiett, Jr.,
lames ('. Hand,
AVilllam C Ludwig,
Joseph 11. Seal,
icorae C. Lelper,
ti r . remniuu,
Wil lam O. Bonlton,
11 Jones Brooks,
lacob P. Jones,
James B McFailand,
Joshua P. Fyre,
J. B. Semple, Plttsbursf,
A. B Berger. Pittsburg,
Ii T. Vnriun Plltslilirir.
John D. Taylor,
it-ciA v. AM. 1'iesinent.
JOHN c, DAVIS, Vice-President.
Henry LTLBrrtN, Secretary. 1 U
OHTII AMERICAN TRANSIT
No. 133 South FOURTH Street
Annual Policies issued against Cenrral Accidents
all descriptions at exceedingly low rates.
Insurance efleoted lor one year. In any sum from $10
to tin. 000, at a premium of onlv one-hall per cent
securing the lull amount Insured In case ot death, and
a compensation each week eaual to tbe whole pre
Short time Tickets for I, 2, 3. 5. 7, or 10 days, or I, 3, ot
6 months, at 10 cems a dav, Insuring in the sum 01 liUlM,
or giving tlti per week it dlsabieu to be had at tue
General Ott.ce, No. 133 8. FOURTH Street, rhiiadol
phia. or at tbe various Railtoad '1 Icket otlieos. He sure
to purchase tbe tickets uf the North American Transit
For circulars and farther information apptvat the
General OUice, or 01 any 01 the outlioilz-d Ageuts ot'the
rmPIU1' LEWIS L. HOUPT, President.
JAMKS M. CONRAD, 'treasurer
Ilr.NRY C. BROWN, Secretary.
JOHN C. BULLITT, Solicitor.
I. . Ii. Donpt, late ol Pennsylvania Railroad Company '
M. Baird. of M. Baidwlu & to.'s.
Samuel C. Palmer, Cashier ot Commercial Bank.
Richard Wood, ho. StiH Market street
un es M. Conrad, No. 623 Ma.ket street
3. E. Klngslcy, Continental Hotel.
II. O. Lclsenrlng, Nos. 237 and i39 Dock street
Enoch Eewls, late Uen. Sup t Penna It. R.
ti. C. Franciscus Oen. Agent Penna. R. R. Co.
George Martin, No. 322 Cbesnut street 1 3 10m
Q.IRARD FIRE AND MARINE
OFF'ICE, No 415 W ALN UT STREET, PH) IADKLPHIa
CAPITAL PAID IN, IN CASH, (,uul.
This compaiy continues to wrlteon trs litis onl
Its capital, with a good surplu , Is saicly invested.
Lotses by Are nave been promptly pala, and more than
Disbursed on this account within tbe pastfew years.
F'or tbe present the oflice uf tills company will
No. 415 WALNUT STREET,
But within a few months will remove to its OWN
N. E. CORKER SEVENTH AND CH ESSTT STREETS,
Then as now, we shall be buppy to Insure our patrons a
such rates as are consistent with safety.
1 rpuifln v .... 1 . ,
JOHN SUPPLF E.
JOHN W. CLAGHORN,
HI I. AS TF.RKEB. JR..
n-i m.i . a f. o 1 v ip iff
ALFRED H. GILLETl
N. S. LAWRENCE,
CHARLEn .1. DUP0K3
HENRY F. KESNEY,
THOMAS CRAVEN. President
A LFRED 8 OILLFTT. V. President and Treasurer.
JAMEii B. ALVOItD, Secreurv. 1 19 j
Assets on Januarvl, 18G0,
Capital 14410,000 08
Acciueu Surplus M:t Is
UNSETTLED CLAIMS, INCOME FOR 1866
LOSSES PAID SINCE 181 OVER
Perpetual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms.
Charles H Bancker, ,Fdwaid C. Dale.
Tobias Wagnei, Cieorge Fales,
Samuel Grunt. Alfred Fltler.
George W. Richards, Francis W. Lewis, M. A.
UuacLea. Peter McCail.
CIIARLF.8 N. BANCKER, President
EDWARD C DALE. Vice-President.
JAS. W. MCALLISTER, Secretary pro tern. 2 3tl2
nr.. ivl'DIVfl,' PVl t I'SIVPIA' TUP
J 1 IV I J UAilVU .'-..' ' ..Ji. 11111
1 PENNSYLVANIA FIRE JNSURANCE COM
' 1HY-liwornoraled 1825 I barter Poruetual No 610
u- . 1 Nil 1 piireet. nnnosile I ndeueadeuce Suuare.
'ibis Compauv. tavi rably knowrt to the community
for over torty years, contiuuo to Insure against loss or
damage oy ure on runnu or rriraiw jiuiiuiiiks. euue'
i.rn,nnentlv or lor a limited time. Also on Fumnure.
Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise generally, ou liberal
Tl'eir Capital, together with a larte Surplus Fund, Is
Invested in the uiunt caret ui mumier, which enables
tlieui to oner 10 tue mturcu an uuuuuuicu security 111 tne
case O I loss.
riunlel Fllllth, Jr.,
1 nomas B1111111,
J. t.iiliuuham Fell.
lianlel rifidilui.i .lr.
DAMF.L SMITU, JR., President.
William G. Ceowell, secretary. SOS
pllCENIX IK8UEANCE C0MPANY.01;, PH
Nctia:ORAlAFD 18H4 CHARTER PERPETUAL.
no, air A 1 V I 1 m U . aA onmiuila til A k TPflMTiiyH.
this Company Insures fioiulossor damage by k IRE, on
liberal erma on buildings, meicbandise, inrnlture, ete,,
lor limited periods, aud permanently on buildings, by
deposit 01 premium. . ,
Ybe Company t.as been tn aotlve operation Tot more
tban SIXTY YEA KS, during which ail losses nays beei
piompUy adjuitea anu nam.
.Inlin Tt Rodsa.
fiwwnnl T.awla .Ts
At. B. Uabouey,
John T. Lewis,
William S. Grant
Robert W. Learning,
D. Clark Wharton,
Sam ae IWtloox. ,
Tbouia, H. Powori.
A. R. McUenry.
i i.iiiM ii 1 1 ..
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Assets. $16,000,000.
Invested in United States, $1,500,000
Total Premiums lleeeived by th
Company in 1805, 4,947,175.
Tctal Losses Paid in 1865, $1018,250.
All Losses promptly adjnsted without reference t(
General Agent for Pennsylvania.
No. O lerclianti' Exchnn,
rniLADSLrniA i8 11 6m
PROVIHENT LIFK AND TRUST COMPANY
. OF PHILADELPHIA
o. Ill South FOURTH Street.
INCORPORA I El 3 JltlMH, W(L, 186.?.
t APlTAL.Tl.-H3 COO. PAID IN.
Insurance on Lives by Vearlv Premiums; or by 8, 1(K
-0 vear Premiums, on-torteitnre.
. - ........ ,.m j ... v n, uiure age, or osi prior
drceaje, by Yearly Premiums, or IU year Prcmlunis-i
notll C SeS Nun InHnl in,d
Annuities granted on tavnrable terms. (
Trm l o i ies cbll 'ren's Kudowinenta i
bis Company, v. hllo gllng the insured the nocurttv
a paid up I a, Itai, will dlvb-e the entire proflts of ihi
ot a i
Moneys n celvi d at Interest, ami paid on demand. I
1 nlhnr fud hv rh.rl... I., .....t. , ...... . . ..
. ' , , - ....uic , iusui, ami io act as
Fxecutor or Administrator Assivnen or !,... n.,. .h
in oilier fiduciary capacities under appointment o an
I Vinrff f. I (hi. I nmnuinwAaltK . t .
. ...... , .... - ... ut muy iwihq or per
eons, or bodies politic or cornorate.
i 'i ttci; i ii lis.
iMrr.L B.'SHIPLf Y, ' Klril ART rADlSlTRv
K MIA II IlAl KKK,' HIEiUV HAINKH.
Rtl HARD WOOD. w M. C. LONOSTRETH, i
SAMUEL R SHIPLEY. ROWLAND PARRY,
. . l-resicicnt. Attuarv.
i 'i .wei.ica Esamlner. Legal AdTiner.
JT1TLEK, WEAVER & CO.,
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords'
No. 23 North WATER Street and ;
No. 'U North DELAWARE Avenue,
Ebwis II. Fitlrr, .Michael WgAVRR,
C'ONBAD T CLOlliltU. m
Q-jO ARCH 8TIJEET. (JA FlXTUuES,
t. JLZl C1UNDELIER. RRO ZE ST ATI" A RY.
VANKU.K ( O. would renptctluily direct the atten
uvu vi .ut:u iiiiuub, auu inn puuuc general y, to tlieti
large ana elesart assortment ot U n MXTURhS.
ChASDELlERS, and ORNAMENTAL RRO.nZB
nAKJ-S. 'iboso wishing bandscme and thoroughly
made Goods, at very reasonable prices, will tlnd it tc
their advantage to aive us acail beiore pur.. basing else
a.1 . - uiicu ji mi ii 'Piir-i HAIUM
special care and at rcationuhle prices.
U A Kit. T
N. P. Soiled or tnrn'shed flxtuies rcrinlshed wit!
VANK1RK & CO
Q- E O 11 G E PLOW M A N,
CAKPENTElt AND BUILDER
No. 232 CARTER Street
And No. UI DOCK Street.
Machine Wot k and llillwrlihting promptly attend!
OO It N EXC HANOI
J v li A i . a i l, a it A O
N. E, corner of SlAltALhi and WATER Streets,
DEALERS IN 11AUS ASD BAOGINQ
oi everv uescilntion. tor
Cialn, Flour, bait. Super Pbopbste oi Lime, Bouh
large and small CUNNY BADS canstantly on bam.
i-iij Aiso, n uul salhs.
John T. Bailey. James Cascade.
ALEXANDER 0. CATTELL A CO.
PRODUCE T0MMI881OV MRKPrrawm
No. 26 NORTH WflASTXS,
NO. 27 NORTH WATER STREET,
ALEXANDER C. CATTELL. ELIJAH G. CATTKI.l
COTTON AND FIAX
SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS,
ot all numbers and brands.
Tent Awning. Trunk, aud Vt agon-i oer f)uc. Alsc
Paper Alanuiacturers' Drier Felts, irom one to seves
leet wide; Paulins, Pelting, Sail Twine, etc.
JOIIN W. EVKHMAN A Co.,
16$ No lti3 JONES Alley.
WILLIAM S . G R A N T'
No. 33 S. DELAWARE Avtnue, Philadelphia,
Dnprnt's Gunpowder, KeDned Nitre, Charcoal, Eto.
W . Raker & Co Chocolate, Cocoa, and Broiua.
Crocker Bros. & Co. 'a Yellow Metal Sheathing, Bolt),
and Nails 12
rffcft STEAM TO L1VEKPOOL-CALLINU
iaJJLiaL.t Queenstown The lnman Line, satllnK
bviiii-weckiy, carrvmg the United states mails.
'.1TY OF NEW YOltK" Saturday, heptomber
"CITY OF Ll.MERK k." Wednesday, September L-.
"CITY OF BOSTON" hat urdn v, September K
"C ITY OF MAN CHE81 EE". Wednesday, Septomber In
'ETNA" Saturday. Seutember ii
and earb succeeding Saturday and Wednesday, at
noon, trom Pier No. 4 North river.
raies of Passage
By the mall steamer sailing every Saturday.
First Cabin, Gold.. fflo bteerage, I urrency 93A
To London Hi, To London 4
To Paris lOftl To Parts So
Passsge by tbe W ednesd"V steamers First cabin,
ltd; steerage, $35. Payable in United Slates cur-,
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bre
men, etc , at moderate rates.
Steerage passage iciim Liverpool or Ouecnstown, S4tr,
cuirency. i ickets Can be bougot bere by persons send
in? for their Irlends.
For lurther intoimatlon apply at the Companv'f
Offices. JOH O. DALE Agent.
8 7 No. Ill WALNUT Street, Pbllada.
t.tKWrmms FOR NEW YORK. PHILADEL.
aBiaVii i'lila deii.lila Steam Propeller Comaany De
bp.o.u.avii:sure Lines. via Deluware and Rarltan Canal,
leavlngdsiy at lit M. and S p, ii., ooiiueoung with uU
northern and Eastern lines.
rorireiL'iit. nnicn i'i or uium Du.uuiiuun.iui.
terms, atply to VVILLIAW M. BAIRI) aco.,
a ib aso. laviB. AJ!.ivvAJtJ8enu6
I'O SHIP CAPTAINS A3JD OWNERS. TH J
unueralgned having leased the KEN SIN Ol OS
a CREW DOCK,tieg toiu orm bisfrienos and the patrons
ot tbe Dock that be Is prepared with inciuasea facilities
to accommodate those having vesse s to be raised or
repaired, and being a prac.lcal ship-carpenter ani
caulker, will give personal attention to the vassals au
trasteu to him ior repairs.
Captains or Agents. Ship Carpenters, and Machinists
having vessels to repair, are solicited to call.
Having the agency for the sale of " Wetterstedt's
Patent Aleiallio Composition" tor Copper Paint, for the
pieservatlon ol vessels' bottoms, for this city, I am pr.
pared to lurnlsh tbe same on lavorable terms.
v JOHN 1L HAMMITT,
Kensington Screw Dock,
I U DELAWARE Avenue, above t-AUREL street.
STOVES, RANGES, ETC.
QULVEIl'S NEW PATENT
ItANdES OF ALL. SIZES.
ALSO, PUIEGAB'S DEW LOW PEESSL'SjQ
STEAM BEATING APPAKArUS.
,0H 8A" r CHARLES WILLIAMS,
6 io J Ho. 1182 AURK.ET STKJtET,
THOMPSON'S LONDON KITCIIENEK.
' OR EUROPEAN RANOK, tor tamllles, hotels.
or DUblio instituiious, in i win n vit ( KKkNT
Kl.KS. Also Phi adelphia Ranges. Hot-Air kur.
paces, Portame Heaters, i.uuiiu urates. Fireooard
Moves, llttti. Boilers, Stewbole Plates. Broltem. Cook
ina stoves, etc., wholesale and retail, or tbe manuiao
Jurors. SllARPE 4 TROMHON, .
S lustothein . m K, BtCOND street ,