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TlIK Fill ST TOOTH.
Thrc once was a wood, nmt a very thick woo'l,
Ho tliult lb at to walk vut tin much! as oucouij;
But a sunbeam pot in, aurl tbe tiees understood.
I venf !o tbii wood, at (he t( if tlie mow";
And an 1 was wulkuip; I wiw a yu-iiiiroac:
Onh one ! .shall I n'now you rho pluce where U
TV-re cure a bone, unci a vory dark Iioupc,
At. flni K, I believe, its tue hole ol a ciouse.
Or a 'ice in my wood, ut the thick, ol the
I wont to this house, an-j I hPRvcbod It aright,
I 0ii'tie(( the chini berf, unr! found there a lisht;
Only one! Hh.ill I show von thh little lamp
Thre ouce was a cave, uutl this very iaik rave
One Jay took a pilt Iroro au Incoming wave;
Au t I ui.ifie up my mind to see what the sea
1 took o lit ton h, I walked roiifcd the ncss
When the water was lowest: and la a rci-ess
In my cave was a jewel, Will uohody prue.-F
Oh. there was a bnbv. he sal. on idv knee,
Wilh a pearl iu his month that was precious
Hi little dark mouth like my cave ol the sea !
t stud to my heart, "And my jewel is brieht !
He blooms like a nriinroae'l He fhines like a
Put jour band in his month ? Do you leel ? lie
cm bite I
lift In Inmce an Writer II In Fcroual
AiirHuc II Kurijr Ktiaomlitu
Ji luiuieuae 4'lroulHUioa aud Aopa
InrKy l 1I is "Ufa or JrNnN."
Translated from the Deutsche Blatter.
Even the inoi-t kcuIoim uud most implacable
iidvei'.iarief ol Reiitm are loiced to admit that
he is one ot the first schoiim and one ol the
most distinguished writers 01 the present it ay in
Franco. But .precisely thi-. great importance of
the ruin, which it is impossible to deny, in
creases the number ut his eneuiii's; and from oh
pans ol the country, trom all circles of society
but, naturally, above all lroni the clerical
attacks tall like a hailstorm on the head ol this
dangiroua innovator, whom they rlesuo to diini
late at any price. The lolly oi this system is
again f-uowu on this occasion: tor instead ol
attaining their coveted end, they produce the
directly opposite eilect; The more immoderate
the artacks directed ast'iist li in, the more
Vnowu becomes his name, tlie larger the circu
lation ot his book ; the irresistible charm which
characterizes his wiiungs.inilueuce,thc masses,
ana his popiilarity increases evcYy day. '"Tne
Lile of Jesus" has become the rage ot" the day;
the hook is in every man's hnii.l: the edition iu
one iraac made it ucccvmIiIi' to every oue;
eicrht) tliotiaud copies were sold to the work
ins men's districts ot Paris alone. The most
celebrated romances of Eugene Sue, the two
Dumas, Victor Hugo, and others, have scarcely
lound a lartter circulation among the Ioaxt
clast-es of tue people, and the same enthusiasm
lor t he work wus visible in all classes ot society.
Oue example, taken iroiu my own experience,
may bcrve lor the rest. A pretty yoiiug girl, a
passionate dancer, one evening positively re
fused to accompany her parents to a ball. Why?
Because she wanted to read through a romance
which look up her whole interest. This ro
mance was "Ihe Lile of Jesus," by ErucRt Ke
nan. This example Rpeakb volumes, au 1 char
acterizes his maiiuer ot writing ami the irresis
tible charm whicu his pen exorcises on the most
ingenious souls lar better tuan the most com
prehensive aualysia ot his wurks would do.
There is anothT laet which also is not with
out its significance of all books which have
been printed dunug the last ten years in Paris,
"The Lile of Jesiis" is tne ouu'ol' which the
largest number ol copies has been sold. This
Jact has been proved in an authentic manner.
"The Apostles" are written quite in tho same
spiiit and manner as "The Lite of Jesus," aud
are to bo considered as its continuation. Their
subieci is the resurrection, of Jesus, his ditTerent
appaiitious, the conversion ot Paul, the death
oi (Stephen, the lomuiation of the first Church ot
Jerusalem, etc. The divinity of Christ is airain
denied. But here we are not to speak ot the
religious ideas and tendencies of M. Renan, but
of the literary importance ot his work. The
same elegant" stj le, the same charming diction,
the same abunuauce ot une ngures in a word,
the same ensemble ot brilliant qualities which
secured for his "Jils of Jesus" such unexampled
success. Kuunu is, at the same time, a learned
scholar aud a poet; he combines profound
knowledge with the highest qualities of a
writer; besides, he is acquainted with his pub
licthe easily excited Frenchmen and knows
how to iultueuce them. He captivates the
reader, exhibits betore hiai the most serious
objects under au atiractive torn), obliges him to
onsult the Bible, the holy fathers ot the
Church, etc., and this is certainly no small
achievement in these times ot steam, electricity,
and political excitement, when great practical
questions seem to have entirely absorbed the
ideal interests ot humanity, so" that there is
neither time nor place for any religious coutro
veisies and disputes on subtle points of creeds
and dogmas. But Renan has conquered this
difficult; tor he knos how to excite curiosity,
how to eutertaiu, 10 touch, aud finally to con
vince the reader. There lieu the charm, the
indescribable attraction of bis works.
Whether "The Apostles" will have the same
success or enjoy the same triumph as his "Life
of Jesus," time will show, for the present ttiis
much is oertain, that the book two day alter its
publication was already sold to the extent of
twenty thousaud copies. Everybody reads and
talks of it. Kenan is decidedly the favorite of
the many. His ideas penetrate among the
jnasses, aud gain every day a greater extension
-a circumstance that iusiities the appellation
which has been given him. He is called " Vol
taire aupM" (V. in rptail). Unbridled polemics
has been let loose against him. He is atiacked in
the most violent mauuer iu pamphlets. While
on the one side he is applauded to the sky, on
the other he is trampled under toot.
The clerical party, ol course, immediately
pointed at him its ebarpest pens, unmindful ot
the trilling effect all its attacks upon him have
had up to the present time. One example may
be Butlicieut to show the blind rage with which
the Catholic Church pursues the author of
"The Apostles" but this example is almost
incredible, ami looks like a mediiuval legend;
however, it is literally true: M. ltenan is ex
communicated, and, as was the custom iu olden
times, the bell of the condemned malelactors Is
rung for him 1 And this u done, not in a small,
out-of-the-way diocese of the French Empire
no I in Marseilles, every Friday afternoon, at
three o'clock, this bell is regularly tolled for
the sake ot Renan, the excommunicated. At
the beginning this measure caused some surprise,
hut people are now accustomed and no longer
pay attention to it. Uenan has also taken no
notice of it, and has not replied to any of the
many attacks which were directed at him. He
wraps himself up in the cloak of the philosopher,
and remains silent, leaving time to arbitrate
between him and his adversaries, and meditating
already a new work wnicn, inspired Dy tne sama
spirit, will probably rank htJ former works.
Kenan is still rather a young man; he was
bora in 1823 in Treguier, in Brittany. His
parent! were parents without fortune, aud
wished him to become a priest. Renan a priest 1
What a singular contrast such a lite sometimes
offers, chiefly caused by poverty! Renan, there
lore, entered a seminary ol priests, and distin
guished himself very soon by his raoid progress,
so that at the express recommendation of his
superiors he was received In a larger seminary
at Paris. ,, .
This seminary was then under the direction of
M. Bupauloup, who. later, achieved great repu
tation, aud became Bishop of Orleans. He con
ceived a particular affection for young Rpnan,
aud declared hun several times one of his best
TiiinilH. But Renan soon nerceived that he was
entirely uuthted to become a priest, and left the
nennuary notwitnstanding utl lmacinaoie repre
sentations of M. DuuanlouD. who was greatly
affected bv this step. Both aie to-day celebrated
men, Put in duccUy opposite directions. Bishop
THE DAILY EVENING TKLEG H A PH. PHiLDELPfTl A , WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 5, 18CC.
Dtipnii'.oui;. one oi thenio-t effective writers of
tho clerical pfrty, and an implacanle polemt't,
nover vk te :i sijir.'le (ird ataifsl l:i lormer
pup:l. When Kenan t spoken ot iu lih presence,
i hiiUn'r h.' head, he HH.:-"Let us no', speak
of hitn: he in my rr iar ' anlr" (io led cutl.l).
M. Kenan, on leaving' the seminary, had to
slrurgle. v.i'h verv hnrd Mines; without fortune,
and lelt ent rely to h.msclf, ho was obl'ged to
accept the very' modest position ot a substitute
teaeiier in a btJurding-Hchonl. Ilovevcr, he
employed h n iemure time In contundug bis
lormef studies. He published severs' works
which attracted general attention, and he was
thus loriuuale enough to be admitted to par
ticipate in several expditions whicn were
iindcrtuken in th interest ot science, at the
expense ol the (iovetnment. lie travelled over
a large poitioj ot the Ear.t, visited thn ruins of
Nineveh, the Holy 8epiileh.ro, and thus had
the opportunity to study the very same !ocalives
which vcieto'be the "scene ol Ins later works.
KubcqiiPuMv be ntrain visited the East, and in
the vear ISM ho hnd occasion to visit the
Ktuir Abdol Knder at Damascus, ami to cnlor
the hosnitality of this cclemnted ninn. V:th
this visit there is connected an intcrestim;
episode. M. Kenan, who, besides several other
I.inai'nce.-, .-"jieaka Aiabic very fluently, was
cnabledjto converse with Abdel Kader'oo all
sorts of subjects. In one of these conversations
tho Emir said some very flattering words to him
concerning hi "Ll'e ot Jesus." "Have you
read tnv book ?" asked Kennn, quite surprised.
AbdelKader oiderea immediately the boo!c to
be biouciit, and handing it tj the author h
smilwel.v said to turn: "I have not only read
it thoroughly, but I have added remarks .".mi
notes to it." "The Lile of Jesus" with uoUs
iu the handwritiu" of Abdel Kader ! Certainly
this n.u't be a very interesting copy !
Kenan is truly a sell-made man, who owes
whntever ue is, 'and whatever ho possesses, to
bis iron perseverance and to his uninterrupted
studies: he commands our respect. His appear
ance oilers nothing striking or uncommon; his
ecclesiastical education has left vinble rraces in
him: he seems reserved, even say, and bis
movements are incnsured. He is small, thick
and short, with a long lace, a prominent nose,
and compressed lips; h's regard is ah;irp, rather
ironical; his eyes are tine and lull of expression,
but almost always lowered to tho ground as
though looking lor some lost object. When you
see before you this pniall, unpretending man,
you would never suspect in hitn the powerltil
mind, the unconquerable defender ot new ideas
which have provoked such incessant polomics
and siii,h violent storms. He Is an excellent
companion, a spirited story-teller; when he
speaks, bis countenance becomes enlivened, and
ho knos how to spread an itresisrible charm
on whatever he says. He is very happily mar
ried with an intelligent and remarkable woman,
the daughter of the celebrated Trench painter
Kenan, in a certain sense, is at present the
"lion of the season;' the gnat excitement
caused by the publication ol his "Apostks" is
naturally transferred to the author, and finds
even where a loud ecno. mere are now num
berless anecdotes -in circulation, among which
are the following:-
A pious old lady, a friend of M. Kenan ot
years standing, who loves and esteems him as
a man, but detats him thoroughly as an author,
a short time ago mt him at the house of a
friend. Already, at a distance, she ca led out
to mm, threatening him with her tineer:
"Well, Viell! you have again written nice
things? Shame on you! How can you be so
wh ked ? What have the poor apostles done to
ou? The only sclace is the idea that at least
one among them hai been left nnuarmed bv
joti." "Winch one?" asked Kenan, with
curiosity. "Thomas!" was the triumphant
in a great salon of the Faubourg St. Germain
a short time ago was assembled a numerous and
brilliant society, composed exclusively ot noble
persons. Of course the conversation very soon
lell upon M. Kenan and his last work, and it
may be easily imagined tnat the judgments de
livered or the "atheist," the "excomm unicatnd,'
were neither very lenient nor amiable. Sud
denly the doors ol the parlor were opened and
the fcrvant announced in a loud voice, "Mon
sieur Kenan!" This name leel on the company
like a thunder stroke; all eyes were directed
towards the door tbroush which a small, thick,
and short gentleman, with stiff bows, advances
into the room, and immediately advances
towards the lady of the house. The la'ter
receives him in a very friendly manner, and
even allows him to kiss her hand". The horror
ot the distinguished company was naturally
increased at this scene when the ndy smilingly
turns towards the company with these words:
"Ladies and gentlemen, 1 introduce to you my
cousin. Monsieur de Faint Renan, who has just
at lived trom jNormanuy, and win stay nerc tor
These words died away with the misunder
standing which had been caused by the servant
who had overheard or lorgot Faint betore
Kenan. The company now heartily langhed.
and was glad that the misunderstanding was
solved in tms manner.
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y Hit, oil v nitb is tne characteristic and Injurious to
aruuieui oi tue wuihkich iiikiihtu uc.
liOOXU, GAURKTT CAMAO,
KewTohk Hcatomtieri lsss.
I hare analyzed a sample ot C'lll.SNliT GKOM
vtu&Ki receiveu irom air t nan. Wharton, Jr., I
l'hiiatieiiina: mm having carelulty tested It, I am
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oh l. E.viot a substances It Is an unusually pur
ttuu uuc-u. v.ivu VI iviupkj.
James r. ciulton, bi. p.,
Analytical Cueuiut '
BOBTOV. MnmhT ISM
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LE HAVEN & BROTHER,
1 7 No. 40 K Tdird Sibkbi.
ENGINES. MACHINERY, ETC.
f-?Sf. PKNN 8TEAM ENGINE AND
M:2'i.BOiLKR WOHKS.-KKAt'lK & LKVY.
IilhI'I'K'aL AM) Till UhETl .JAi. KNUIMClCXtH,
AlAlHIMf'lS, HOlLtll-MAlil Ku. I'.LACliSM 1 1 its,
and hOUfllLltS, havinx lot many years been hi suc
cessful operation, mill b.eu exclusively eni.'ut;e.i In
builuinn una ieiairiu(r ilfrn.e and Elvci .ngines. hf;b
and lovt pressure. Iron Hollers Slater Tanks 1'ropel-
Urs. etc etc.. rci-pectiu ly oiler Ihelr services to the
public as beniH luby Ireuured to contract tor engines ot
al nlz' s Muriue, H vor, aud ftationurv; huvfni sem oi
liatterus ol' uincrcnt si.cv, ore pi i l ured to execute orders
ttlth quick ueMiSteli. verv lichcriptiuu ot patmru
mskinK made at the shortest notice UIkIi and Low
pressure Hue. 1 ulnilar, au4 Cylinder UolierK.ot the he.it
Vennsvlvauta charcoal iron. ForguiKS ol ail sizes uud
kiuus; Iron and brass asilns ol all descriptions; Itoll
'1 umiiiK. Screw (JuitiuR, at d all other work connected
with tlie aboe business
Liawiii).' aud spcoiiicatiens for all work done at
the estabUtLinont tree ol cliurne, aud work guaran
teed. . .. t ,
'l he suhscrmera nave uiuoie wiian-tioci room tor
rf pairs ol boats, where tliev cuo lie m iioifect safeti-,
anu ate provided with shears, blocks, tails, etc etc.,
lor taisinK ueavv or i'Bni weiaiiw.
ii ii vj u n & a r il,
JOHN P LKVY.
9 2H BEACH uud PALMKlt btreeU.
; vaucaaN mebbick, willim u. mebp.ick
duiin b. core.
!' OUMD It Y. Fli'TH AND
Ml ii ill l.K it SONS,
F.NG1N Et If AND ai ACHIKIHTH.
manufacture lilijh and Low l'rcsaure bleaui Kugiuei for
l.auil. Mver aim il urine (-en Ice
ioilers, uusomeiers, ranks, iron Koats. etc.
Casilnxs oi all kinds, el her iron or biuss
Iron Frau e Kools ior Uas Works. Workshops, and
Railroad Htatlons etc
Ketorts anu uas aiacninery, ot tne latost ana moat im
prove d constiuctlon.
I . .1 I ... I , T1n,-l -v.. A a.,
ji.Vei.. llfnui ' nii wi . lauiAui'll moDiniicrT onu ru.i,
Paw. and lirlst Mills. Vacuum Pans Open bteam Trains,
lietocaiors, ri ters, rumpnitt undines etc.
t-oie AKcnta lor N. U'lleux's Patent 8upar Boiling
Arnaratus, Nesmyth'sPaUnt hteam Hamuiei, and as
ninwall ii Woolsey 'a Patent Ceulrilugal ousar braining
RIDEfcjBURG MACHINE WORKS.
or r ICE,
Ko. 61 N FKONT 8TREET,
We are prepared to till order to any extent for out
W AC TUN tKY FOR COTTON AN D WOOLLEN Mil LH,
lucluding an recent improvements in waroiug, opiuuuig.
W'e invite the attention ot manutacturers to our exten
alye works. ,,.ro t un
1 111 ALT l.H-1 O.ll I
rAR DIPARTMENT, KUR&E0N-GENE-
Wabhinutiin. D. C. Auirust 10. 1866
An Armv Medical hoard, to consist or Brevet
Colonel J. H. Urown, Burzeoa, V. S. A , President;
llievct Lieutenant-Colonel II. R. Wiriz, Buraeon, U.
. A.; Brevet. Lieutenant-Colonel Antnony Ueer,
Mrrirton, U. 8. A.) and Brevet Major Warren Web
ster, Assistant Humeon, U. S. A., Recorder, will
meet i u new lorn city on tne mo i duiucuuw,
next, lor the examination ot candidates ior admis
sion Into the Medical Staff ot tbe United States
AimT. , .
Applicants must be over 21 years of age, and
Applications tor an Invitation to anpear before
the Board should be addressed to tne Buriroon-
Cieneial, United States Armv, ana mmn srate me
lull name, residence, and aaut auu v uinu ui
tbe candidate, testimonials at to cnaiacter ana
qualifications must be lurnished. If the apjihoam
has been in tbe Medical hervioe of the Army during
tbe war, the laot should be stated, together wib his
lomier rank, and time ana piaoe oi aorviue, auu u.
iimonials Irom the officers with whom he has served
should also be lor warded. ,
ho ailowaiioc is made lor Tbe expenses of persons
underROinit tho examiuati i- "9 H is an Indispensa
ble reroquisite to appoturw".
Iheie are at present sixty vacancies in the Medloal
c..ir inrivdiiv .,i minnh are oriirinal. beinv created
by the Act ot Couitress anurovod July 28, 186
6 11 mw2!lt Sureou-tieueral, U, to. A.
RAILROAD LINES, j
A I) I UXi Ii 'A ' I L ll it K
RIO A I) I U O Ii A I L
l:IM. TDllkl: iUil
' VV11.. I'ADi.Ll ilia 'IO JHIS INIEKIOR O
I'l'.M.M LVAM . UlK Hi 111' Yl. 11 II I,, MtHOTJK
HAhNA. . l.i!Lri'LAKI. A; 1) WIOMINO VAI,
1'i?U,',,E kBI". MUTnWk8T. AND THE
-DM II hit AI!lt A Mj FMKST Or" PAHSKKOEK
, 1a1- ,lunn4 lw.ti
.iTJ''(; ''''' ' i-i'T" MepO'. at n IirrtTFFNTll
CyWIOM UIIX meet l hllaililihla. at the follow n
m KOHKINU AOCliNWOnATIOB.
At ' .10 A ii.ior Iloh. in.' an luU'rawUljle 6itatli
. ,r . .. flNIKCl KxrH.SM.
B'lri a. M. ior Pi i,niin, Lebanon tlamsbTint. Pot
viile, llneurovo Tim:u(uH MinliutT. 'llllanwpo
VliMlrn. Hocbesier Ma,rn Pals Unflnto. A lenlow
V lllflnrre. l ilismn, Voru, Unrilsle, t lumlierilmr
l,."i ci sioven. fr etc
'lliln train connects at READlKO wi b tttt Penn
fvlvdula Latin an trains for Ailenlonn "t . ami the
. ,,",n nl" trniu mr llamsburit etc; at PO'tT
IIM'i.N wih liiiawikpn lti.ilroaa trniiis tor Wll
li" nt)iin:. l.rcl iMven. I Imirs vie ; nt IURUIS.
t Vl.H v itb h i ril i in ntr il t unilicrmm! Vn'lcy. ane
f :Inn I kit ami fup.-m limnm tnilnn ior NortliuinbeU.mil,
Vi Innuport, York tMirmlieistiii'-t' "liM-mttvo. etc.
.. 'i' ''I' l' i t-XPIthS
l.oai o I b'lnnelplila at :i-J(t P M , (or ItoaMlntr Potts
yii e. iismhl iiri: eie., ci'n-urtinu vith ittiaiiinu an'l
'4uml)ia Itrl ro i'1 f-was lor Co'ntrla, etc.
. ... . l blM( t ( OMMOliATION.
"W." c" "loiiin ataliwaaU
ions a r,vi,ltj ,lt LI,liatH.h,s at t M A M.
i Tiiiiis mr I liilaceiphia leave llnrrlshurtr at H id A M.
lird I'ot-yvjllc et H 4f. a. M tirrlvlnrf in Philadelphia at
, . '''"'"'""i tnuis iwnve Il,ir.-lslinr at 'i lit
1 ,lll;,,l.".,IBV"ln " v- M nrrtvtng lu Philadelphia
at 45 I . 41
JJARRISIMTPG M OOIISIOI) vlTON.
Le.'ives Pei.ilim ai 7 no A M. and rjntn .urir at 4 ill
P M ennee lin at ke.iiilnu with 'nornoon Aci'.om
jurilstiou souih. alo-.'iu P. al.. arrlvlnir tn Philadelphia
'J 111 P. v.
.M-irUet tcain, with pSMteimer car atlacuoit, leaves
ITiiUKlelplibi at P! 1.1 neon for Kcaillnir an.i aliwavsla
ui.ns Leuv h in'iKtliiu ai II II A M win DowMln.'towu
ai J'-'-.l" P. v.. for I in.aileiiihl aud al' way am i nia.
AlituesU' ve ruins run ilnlly, mihIh. oxix-ptnC.
fcuntlnv trnltiH leave Potisvllle at tcOO A. V . and Phl
Isde tibia at 3'.i 1 M Leave PbliadelphU fur Heading
at H (i -. V ; le uriiint ,rinu Hi udim: hi 4' p M
ITItH MlV'I.LH UAlLIlOAti
Posenre rs Ir Iiowninnti.ivn ami InleiineiHuie points
Juke ihe V at.d H-'n A M. and S O P V. train,, irom
Pin tuli liihU, ret'irtuim irom Downlnutown at ti A. M.
noil i'i'!t' noon
M.W AOIJ5 KXPhESH r'OR I'lTTBOHO ANU THE
I.enve wYork at 0 A M , and Ril" PM nnsmnir
Li-adlua at l-.' .l unu II M A. Ai and 1 4H P. , amiivi.
iiectmi'ut Ilarrihburi: wiib I enimi vmiln nmt N on hern
iitrnl KiiiIiohiI express trains lorPituburii, .'bleatiO
V it lumsiiort. Klmira, Ittiltimore etc
1; iuu iui:. eypurs tiimi umves ilnrrislxirn on nrriva!
ol the l'inusyintil.i express trom l'ltisounj, at 0 anil
!) i'.r' A. J!. onii !i j.t T M.. pnpi-iiitr Iieiuilnif a' 4 49 and
lu itl A M . and ll Mil P , and arrlvlni! In xewYorkat
10 A. il and 'i 4: P. M. . !. plim cam Br.eomnany tluse
tianiKthr'inult betvi ecu Jerse city and Plltsburg, with
a ninn train tor Hew York leaves HarrlnbuiR at 2 10 H.
II. Mai tnilr inr Hsjii'liur Uuves 'w YoikatUU.
SCIIUILUILL V.llXt-Y U.1ILUOAI).
Tiains leave Pottsville at 1 md 11 10 ,i. M., and 7 In
P M . tcluruiug uom "'uiaiUa at 7"3r A M aud I 4U
and 4 1ft p M
M'HjYLKILL AND kO-vJULHANNA RAILROAD.
1 rums leave Aiiliurn ut 7 to A It. tor Pinetrove and
PntTisliurh' and 1 fri P M l,ir Pircr-ve and rreiuont,
u-turnini' Mom Iiorrisiiuru at 3 WI.P. M., and from Tre
tnuiitat ''! j A. ai.Ui.l i.r. f. M.
Tbrof.-h firit-c!i-n t u-k.-u and etiuarant tic ke'; tn
the jirn.cipf 1 point. In tho or.h nmt lv el ami t'atiHila.
i lie luMowiriK neketa ate vht:ii .'iliie iiniy ut the oltire
Ol t. PPAI'I OI.O. TreiiMir.T, ISO. !U7 8 POUKTH
Mreet, ITillnrteliiliin, or ol ii. A. NIC'Ol.LS, Ccneial
COLIMUi .1TION TICKKTS
At percent, cisi'ouut, betvtccu any points desired,
in lumihcs ai d linrs.
Mll.KAflK 'I If'KKTS.
Cood ior CuflO miles, heiweon ail poiuls, 5'P09eiich,fot
ftiuUics aud titms
l-or three, i iue, or twelve motitbs. fir holJers
only, to ull points, at reduced raten
l Lr HtiYHi f'-.V
lteslillnir on the line oi the toad will he furnished cams
etitliilUB inim-ciyes nnd wiie tn tickets at haii faro.
ri LICMON Tl KfcT."
from Philodi lphia to i riuclpal 'a kn. good for Ha
tutnav. Mincnv, iuu! JJnnrtav nt reducou I u , c to be had
ui'i erire iicketu:tite. et Hlli.iiii.Mbi and C'AL
tt) HILL Streets
r HKKillT. Oooi.s ot all desciiptions forwanled to
all the shove points, irom the i ompauy's new Freight
jj poi, uituAii anu w ii wi ntrecis.
Ull.K.H I TIlAINs
LenvePbilade'iihia onilv at Su A w.,M-4S nnoif.aud
r. aj.. mr lusciiip. j.eouuoii, iiarriniiur, Potisvdie
l Port cliuton and all polnis beyond.
Cose at the Philadelphia post Office fortill placeson tne
uinu unu ii ummiifii ni o a. lu., anu KT me pnncmul
stations ou!y at V 13 P. M. air,
T3Hir,ADELPHlA, GERMANTOWN, AND
J MlliKlsioni iiiir.uuAl.
On and a ter V KUN tULA Y, May 10, I806,
rOIt Gl -KM.MOW
Leave Philadelphia H, 7. B, D, 10 11, 12 A. M.. 1. 2. 8 111
3i. 4, 5. 5,t 7. ll, Id. II t'i p. M
Leiiye lieimsntow n 6, 7, 7H, 8, tf 20, 9, 10, II, Ii A. M.
1.2 3, 4,4i . B tH. 7,8.0 10. 11 P. M.
lhet)2 iionii train, uml 'J i and s'-i up t:aius will no
stop on tbe Oennstitown Itranch.
Leave Pbiladolpnii: 9-lu A it , 2 3 6, S.10HP. M.
Leave Ueiniantown 8 A M.. 1. 4, 8K. OH' P. M.
I'liESNPT BILL RAILROAD,
l eave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10,12 A At., 2, 3H OH, 7,
ai d 11 P. M.
Leave ( hesnat Hill 710 mlnmes, 8 9 40. It 40 A. M
1'40. 'i 40. !i 40. Ii'40. H 40, and In 40 minutes P. M.
Leave Philadelphia 0 10 minutes A. SJ., 2. 1, and 8 P. it
Leave t bemut lillt 7-4l minutes A. AI ., 12 40, 6 40, au
Vij minuies P M
KLK t ONbHOIiOC'KtN AND NOKIUMTOWN.
Leave Pb lniielphia 6 b iii miuu'.es,, 11-05 A.M., IH,
4k. 6'ii, j H , 8 (in minutes, nnd 11 '-. P. Al.
1 envu hornstown 6,7, 7 50, . l AM., IK, 4)4 6
Jbe5H P. M. tinin will stor at Bchool Lane, Wissa
hickou, Manayunk, prlng nun, anu Lonsuohocken ouly
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2)4,4 nnaiH P.M.
' Leave Jsomslown 7 A. M.. 1, M. aud t P. M.
H it VANAVUkK.
Leave Phllnlelpbiae. 8 K minutes, 1 1 -OA A. M., 1),
IH 6H,tiVi.8t.j. undllH P. 41 .
Leave liaua) una b.'t, 8 20, S4, 11 H, A. M., 2, 3, bH
bH U- OK HDNDAY8.
Leave Pbilarle!ph!i 9 A. :.L, 2H . 4. and "H P. If.
Leave Miitiayuuk i:4 A. M . l,0. anu9)i P. U,
W. h. Vi 1L.-O.N. Cencral Sup'imtenner t,
iViepot MNTH and GKEKM Htreets
TOKTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
L 1)cik)i ThlSH Street annvo 1 Bomrson.
fot BUTIll.h KEM. DOYISTOWN, MATJCH
t iiiMi, ji.Asiuri, v iLiAaiPi c-ki, ana wiLKliS
At7 3'iA. M. i' xpresii, for Bethlohetc , Allontown
Muucii onunk, u.umiou, tv 1 uuuispoti, anc vfilket
At 3-S0 P. K. (Express), frt Bethlehem, laston, ete.,
rcBchiua Eastcn at 6'45 P. M.
t ol5 P. M., lor Bethlehem, Alientown, Mauofc
ior Doylestown at 6 3f A. M., 2'30 and 418 P. M.
toi Pert Washington a. 10 A. M. aad 11 P. M.
lor l.uiuda e al ti'16 P. M.
W Lite cars oi the Second and Third Streets Liu City
Patsenuer t urs run direct to the depot.
TKAlhS H)lt PUILADKLPFIA,
LeSTe Bethicbem at 6 25 A. M. and ii ii Noon, an
6 15 P M
Leave Doy estown at b 4o A. U., 3-15 and 30 P, iS.
Leave Lam-dale at B-U' A. M.
Leave I on WashiitRton ai l"-u A. M., and 1-15 P. M.
Philadelphia ior Hetnienem at 0 A. M.
Philadelphia lor Doy lesiown at 2 '30 P. M,
licvlestov,ii tor Phi aileltihlaat 7 2il A. M.
Beihlebem lor Philailelphia at 4'3ii p. M.
1 hrnatib Tickets must b ptocuied at thn ticket offices,
THIRD Street, or PKhKrl Street,
1121 a-lLlo CLAKK, A Kent.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD LINEsTfROM
loot ot MAKKET Street (Upper Ferryi, com
mencing TUESDAY, August .8. lHttt
8A.M Mull tor Bildgeton, Salem, Mill ville, and all
3 P.M. Mall lor Cape Mav, stopping at Wcodbnrv
and Olasshoro. aud an slalions beow Ulassooro. Due
at Cane ia.7IOP. M.
a 30 P.M. Passermer, tor Bitd;ctou, Sa em, and ail
b P. il., Woodbury Accommodation.
J. VA ItfcSSsiCLAfcit, Superintendent.
Freight will be teceivcd at Second t overed Wnurt
beiow Walnut street, irom 7-00 A. M. until -00 P. M.
T hut received btlore 9 CO A. M. will go through the sama
"preieht Delivery, No. 228 S. DEL AW A HE Avenue.
1 be West Jersey Fxprei-s Company will atteud to all
the usual branches ot r.xprest busiucs. A Speclul Mes
senger accompanies each through train. Otllce. No. 8
WALM'T Street philadolphia.
Leave Cape May at 8 cfl A. M., as all. stopping at all
Stallone on C. M. ii M. It It,, and Vinelaud, Cifassboro,
and Woodbury. Due 11 37 A.M.
I eave Itridgcton, 7 IS A. M. aud S SO P. M.
Leave Salem 7 a. M. and 3-U5 p. M.
Leave Miliville 8-55 and fl'44 A. M and P. M.
J. VAN UESHSALAEU, Superintendent,
West Jersey . Salem, and Cape May, aud MtllviUe It. Rs
1 Qri-PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
IOUU EOAI). This great Uue traverses the Nonh
ern and Northwest Counties of Peuusylvauia to the
City oi Erie on Lake Erie It has been leased and la
operated bv the Peunay vanfa Railroad Company.
T1MEOF PASSE MliEB TRAINS AT PHILADELPHIA.
Arnv V.iulK.ml MrlAklsil Tritin. 7 A M . VIA -
press m rain, i r. at. ,
Leave Westward-Erie MaU,
r... IV. i,i I p M
P. M Erie Express
Train 12 M. . ,
Passenger cars run luruuim on in trie mall and tx
press trains both ways between Phllade ptila and trie.
NEW YOKK. CON NEC IT ON.
Leave New York at A. M.. arrive at Erie 9 30 A. M.
Leave Erie at 4 45 P. M., onlve at New York 4 10 P. M.
Kleyant Sleeping Cars on all the night trains.
For Inioniiatlou respecting- pusuuuor butiueas, apply
at comer TIHBTIR I H and MAKKET 8'reets. Phi a.
And lor lreiiht business, of the Company's Agents, B.
B. Klngstoii. Jr., comer '1 hirteenth and Market streets
Phlladelphlal J. W. Keynolda, Erie; William Btewu,
Aueut N. C B H , Baltimore.
H. I'. HOtlslO.x, tltmeral Freight Agent. Phlla.
Ii. W. O WINN KB lieneral lu ket Aueut. PhUa.
A.L. 1VLLKO ixaibup" WUUauutpon.
PHH.Arr.LriiiA, wilmikoton. aki p-ai.
. . K' TABLF.
I orr-mmeifitf ruriKTuv i tot-ji m. hm
lee - c I ieniii t m . r r.t t . . . a ............ .
n , . . ' v' vy nuwi nuu hash (iu
T N Avenue, na loliows:-
i iies i rnni ut 4 tft M (Mondays rtreptj-d) (or
lltliiu orennd il min., i.,.,.,i n i ...... iv..
urn Mm. Nev ark.KiuVin Kcttlint, Pentvllie.'larrw.
Sic mmer 'tHn ' tnnu'H' 'no)un t baM'aaWI
IV ay d'sti Truln at 8 15 A
I'Hllnnoic, utopplng at all r
l.i' i-l Inn uml Lallin c r
M. (ftnndi'yacttcentedi n
rev u lar stall on botween I'ht-
I'elnwmn lnilrfmil 1v.l .1 o A u u .
Ciptrdi. lor 1'riUCCHH Annn Tilllliml -nil lnl....ll.J!
I mucus 'I ruin at 11-4.1 A. ai
(Sundays exccptedi, ler
i niTiDiiiir mm vi iisi'iiii Inn.
I xpre-s l i siiuit il P i. (Sundays eitceptrd) ior Hal
il Z"!.'".a '"htPefon a'tipplng at heH-r, flam-Mi4,
v I million. Lew lira, Hkion, Northeast, rerryvmi,
lla ie de (irnuu. A it nlren 'I irn,in. 1. m 1
ticlis, hnne's, Mrmmer s Vno i f '
Inf ion" ' " 11 V w' ,or Baltimore and W-ank
1 aerrersbv Boat Irom P.t't'troro lor For'roM Maw.
Vi"'?. '."v l-'nt' a"a K'climond. will uke tbe
V II.MTMi'lON ArroMlinniTinv i-mi,,.
JJIlJiMJIjje at all stfilloiiH between I'hliadnlphla and Wlt-
mK,,,H, .i?1',',l."Vt1 M-"M- 6. nIl
Kailroad 'or lUrrinton mid ititenneilmte Hlulloiis.
ai.roaii 'or I'srriotiton nnd ititenneilmte HliilloiK
'v V Th.!"? TTtf 7'' ""-'O ao A M.,4 ,
HI it)i 7 IA A. M train win not ston rt hi
lwn Chaster and fhilnil.tn,,. rv
and I N
""'T'HJ?V'T'n. ,'BAI.?h mow BALTIMOBR
L nic V ilmliHtoDst 11 A M , 4 W and 10 P kl
fill ft 1 i I ().. Pl.lt All! i t,iI..'M-
Lrme ( hester nt 7 W, 7'50, 10 14 uud II 40 A ' M la
I'll, 7 Hi end 10 r.G P. M.
lu.OM BAL'lItlRKTO PP ILADKLrWTV
I.rnve Haltimori-7"Ti A M.. Wav insii -an A m
l-xiircr 1 ll V. M.. Exiuchs. 6'P Exnreia hi
i ' , EKnr!"s
TRAINS FOR nilTlMOItF
r.ci.ve i I esiorat 4 40 and 8 M A. M., and P. M.
I c:.i p i liiuiotou ai U 2i i.ni ; 31 A 1,1. and 41.1 T.M.
Men lit Ira ins -a Lb lassenner nrs attiened will Ion
as in, Itm (. v I in) IriL t i' mr 1 etn vti and inmriut-ninia
Matlnns t fitup. V. Baltimore tor lit vre-de-Orace nnd
lull in Kl'sle sfnfions a' 4 45 P. M Pertyvlile lor W4k
niiri.'IOTi n-il in-erliiediflte K'ntiiina jtt I'll a. b ft..-
necllng at Wilmiuutott with Tin A. M. train for Plillo-
OH rillAt 7 UA1JNM.
Fxpress Train al 4-1 A. . !ur llaltlmoro and Vasli
Inmen s'oppmi; at' beslr t, Vflitnlni ton, Newark ru
tin. Nor hea-t Perrj vil e II nvre-do-Ursce, Aberdeen.
1 r! 'PI'S 8 ''"K"0 -onase's, and Meinmer'a Run.
MUit t . ress.il p M lorBuitiiuorn end Wsalilngion
At ecu mods tion 'lri.in at 11 no P. M. for Wi.uUiigltm
nml liitcrn.rdlale stntlons.
1.ALHMORE Htll PHILAflELI BIA.
I.e.'tle I AlflnniieMi I M .i,ni u
ur.ic, 1 1 riiMPe. nnd W i luunalou. A Uo mn. , i. ,k.
i. .. and Nevnik (to take pai-t-en-.-ers f-r Phi adeipnla an4l
K Hie pai..-eni.'1'ra tnim Waslunnton or Baltimore) eoS
I stir to Rave liuii-cntro uom Baltlmoro or Wm-lur-
Ati ommodnlion T-.ain trom Wl mlnttton for Philadet
1 Iiih ttid luteitiieuiaie siatluns at b 0 I . U.
4 Hi 11 F. K.ENNEY
Utt KEVi YnpK. THK
CAM DEN AND
A mini) aud phtauelnhia and Irentim llaiim
onii" ri) a Lines.
MM'M 1 IIILADI- I PHTA TO V I TO Vnnr
ard Wry Plucta, irom Walnut Street Wbaif, will leara
as loilijvis, viz:
At A A M.. vm Camden and Amboy, Accoinn oda
. "in fin
AthA M via ( eti.iii n and ' erwey ity Y xprcsa.... 3 04
At 'J P. J'l., vlat siiiiiin and A'nliov Express ., ' 3 04
At Ii P. II , via ( HiiiOrn aud ' Uibot Aviommudation ii
At til' N. via CMiidtn and Ainboy Accouimoda
lion. 'Jd cl-iss (
At MAM 2 and 5 P M. lor Mount BoVlv,' Kwana
vl le 1 eu'btr'on. and Vtuccutown At 6 A. M. audi
I'. M ior Erecho d.
At5 tut it a. A.., 1 W , 4. , 6 and 11-30 P. M. lor Pi
clUM). pelmyra, Hivirton Progress. Delanao.
llever y Lu'CViater, -Pur inuton. Florence, liorden
towti.eic. 1 h. in A. il . and 4 P. M. liues run ,..-eo
thrum b to 1 ieii,on
LINKS FROM K V S -'1 NOTOK DEPOT WILL LEA IB
At il A M , 4 3u 6 45 P. M., and 2 f M. (Night) via
Kenslimton snd Jersey (. Ity I xeress Lines, due W 0I
'1!k6'4.' p. Al. Line will iuu daily. Ailotbers Sundava
At7 '.'10 and 11 A. M 3 3'30 '30 ,1, and 6 45 P. M a d
a nln mlit lot Lrictiil. i renton. etc.
At 7 Mid 10 IS A. M. 12 M. 3 4. S and 6P.M. fur Corn
vie l's lorrifdnlc llolnie'luir-r, Tacoii) . H lviliioiiiinn
Brlite-buru. and Franklord, and at 10 15 a. m or
llrli-tol. hclKuek's, LdduiKton, and P. M torlloliues
buig udJ lutem.ciii.i e siutions.
At 7 1)0 A. Bl. vtiu 3-30 P. M tor Maaara Falls, BtiOalo,
Dunkirk anuiidahua, 1-lnnra, ltliaca oweo, ito
chea er. Binyhi-nipton, Oswego hyracuse Great llend.
Montrose UnkesDurre Scranton Stioudsburg, Vntec
tiap, lelvlcKre, l.s.-lon, I iinib- nvilie, slemiuuton,
etc. 1 he ,t:'0 P. M. Line connects direct with the train
leaving Easton lor MuticU Chunk, Allcnlowu, Beth, e
At & P. M. mr Lambertvlllc and intcrmentate stations.
Junel, H-66 WILLIAM 11 GAIZMEU, Aurout-
PEN N BY L V A M A l' EM R A L R A I LRO A D.-i
The Trains oi tic letms ivanla Central Kaiiroa4
leave tbe Depot, at Thiriy-drst and Market treel
which Is rrscbtd by the cars oi the Market Street PaaZ
lender Railway, ruuuiug to and irom the Depot. The
Iuh car leaves Fiont street about 30 mluutos prior
to the departure ol eucn It aiu.
Ou Suiiiiajs Cars leave Eleven-h and Market
streets 45 mlustts beiore thadepaituro of each Train.
:j lion's bangute Exprei-a will ca I for and dclhea
Pngtatie at tbe Iiepot. Orcers let. at the yrllce No
Bill cbesnut street, wnl reoeive atientiou. w.
TUAlKS LEAVE IH'UT. VIZ. I
Paolt Accommodation, No. I..
EsmI Line and Eric Expres-T ...
P airishuri. AccoiLmouatiou...
Lancai-ter Accin uioua' Ion...
l'aoll Accommodation No. i.,
liiUbti.-.h am' Erie Mai T....
l'uoll Accouimodatlon, No 3.,
.at 8-on a. u
at 12 00 M.
at 2 30 P. M.
at 4 00 'i
at 6HD "
at p (o
at 10 00 "
..at u id u
TnAlKS A1IU1VB Al DEl'OT. VIZ. I
Cincinnati Exprcssl ai 12-40 A. H
l'liiludciplilu Express at 710
Paoli Accmiiiuodallon, No. 1 at 8 20
oluiiililaTrnio at 9 00
I.oiicasier 'train at 12 40 P tr
tust Line at I 10
l'aoll Accommodation, No. 2 at 4 In
Djv Lxpro-s at S 50
paoli Accommodation, Jo. 3 ai 7 30
liurrlsiiurg Accou .modatlon .....at 9'58 "
Dal y, except Maturduv. t Daily. Dai'y. except
Monduy. All othi r irninsdally except Sunday.
IllunnlnK through Irom Philadelphia to Piitshun
and Erie without chsr.ge 01 cars.
Sunday Accommudaiioi Tiuins for Paolt and lntorma
d;ate stations leave ehllade phla at 9e0 A. M. anu 7 Oi
1'. U , returning icave Puoil at 6 SO a. M aud 4-50 P. M
. TDKEI OFFICE
Isloca'ed at No 6.-1 t'iieniut street where Tickets t
all iniportaut pnlnts mav be procured ai.d lull iulorma
tun iivin by JOHN C ALI.V.N. Ticket Agent,
Abo at Thirty-first and Market streets, on appUoo
tiiuto 1 UOM AS 11. I'AIIKE,
. . , Ticket Anent at the Ireuot
An Emb.r.int Train runs dailv (except Sunday). For
full puiticuiars as 10 la re and accummodaitons apply Ut
Tho renrsvlvania Itailroad Company will uiiTassuiiii
any riMc lor Baggage, except lor Hearing Anparei. au4
limit their nt-ponsibflty to One Hundred Iioilam lu
vaiue. Ail Baktage (xceediug that amount in value
w Hi be nt the ritk of the owner, unless taken by smuai
TTREIGHT LIKEti FOR NEW YORK AND
Aj lai the stations on th.-CAMliEN an ) AH HOY and
connecting Hal roadi. IN t KJ- AS ED DE-JATC1I.
IHiv Ci MDEN AND Ail BOY BAILI (IAD ANI
THANSrOlliA'DON C051PANY I UEIOHT ' LINP
tut Nw lorkwlli leae WALNUT Street Whail at
o'e'ock P M. daily (Sundays excepted).
Freight must be delivered before 4X o'clock, to be foc
w aided ibe tame cay.
Returning, the above lines will leave New York at 12
noun aud 4 and 8 P. M
Fielgbi lor Tienion. Princeton. Kingston, Now Bruim
wick, and a. 1 points on tbe aumen auu Amboy Baal
road; aiso, en the Bev dere Delaware uud Ftembw
ton.theNew Jersey, tbe Eieehold and Jamesburs nnd
tbe BurliUktun aud Mount Bully Ballroads, receiveA
and lorwuideu up 10 I P M.
'Ibe Belvldere De aware Rellroad connects at Phl'llno
burawltbthe Ichlj-b Valley Baiuoad, aud at Manua
kacliunk with all points on the Da'aware, Lackawsnoa.
uud Vi estern Bai roid, forw ardlng to oyracuas, Bullalo.
and other tolnts hi Western New York
'Ibe New Jersey Bailroad connects at Elizabeth wldt
the New Jersey Central Bailroad, and at Newark wlut
tne Mori Is and Essex Railroad.
A slip memorandum, tpecltylng the marks and num
bers, -liippers, and coi siuees, must. In every instance,
be sent with each load oi goods, or no receipt will be
N. B. Increased lacliitles have been made for fh
transi ortation ot live stock. Drovers are Invited to try
tbe route. When siock Is lurnlsbed in quauiltlesof hro
carloads or more. It will be delivered at the foot of For
tie h street near tbe Drove Yard, or at Pier No 1.
North Biver, as the shippers may desiguataattbe Units
oftshlpmeDt. t , , .
Fur terms, or other Information, apply to
WAL'l EB FBEEi AN, Freight A gent,
Ko. 226 B. DElA WARE Avenue. Philadelphia
ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
on end aner MONDAY, February 12. two dally
trains will run between Washington and Lmchbarg,
connecting at Gordonnvl le with Virginia Central Rail
road trains to and Irom Richmond as follows
MAIL TRAIN. ,, ...
It ve Washington dally (Sunday excepted), at 6 4S
A. M , ana arilve at Lynchburg at P. , . ,
Leave Lynchburg at 1 . U. aud arrtv at Wanning,
ton at 6 26 P. Al. TRA IS.
teave Washington dsliy (Including Hunday) at 6fM P
v. and arrive at Lynchbuig at ,
Leave Lynchburg at 6 W P. n1 rrlve ' Washing!
toh6tralnsJmaklng elosa eonnectlons at Lynchbuw
foi all points 8 th and Hoaibwest. and at Woahluglosv
,0Fi0t-el. sleeT." sttached to the ntght tralna.
Tne wad "S 'raot" i n J 'or Its oomior abia
blstorio locallues of Fairfax, Bull Bun, Mariasso. Bria
toe Catett's Kappohannock, Cnlpepcr. Orange, a4
OordorJivlIle!' places ol imperishable mteta.1 "ul ti
ihrouu'h'tj'cketa to all points' South and Boufkweoi
msv hi lad iu Boston, nJiw York, rhllad-lplilo, and
Daltlmore and at Vi vfc.W"l KmifU
- Aiv"H""-r Uwoialbuu.uiluu