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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1808.
EXCITINa BEAU FIQ1IT.
Vitro Small Boys Kill Thru Bear.
From the Waupaca Criterion.
One of the most exciting hunting affairs
-which has ever taken place in this section, oo
curred on Friday, the 11th instant, near Dr.
Ferry's mill, in the town of Dopont. Jimmy
Dot, lad of about twelve years, another lad
t7 the name of Case, and a still younger one
whose name we did not learn, were wandering
along the road a short distance from the mill,
when they came suddenly npon three hears
an old rnd large she bear with her two cubs.
fxvzfj Doty, who had a gun in hia possession,
JDSTvdiately drew np and fired at the old bear
in a courageous manner, but without any
apparent tllect, as she wheeled upon the
boys and made at them in the most
savage style, the cubs, however, in their fright
running np a tree. The Case boy, who had
commenced climbing a tree as soon as he dis
covered the animals, was now safely lodged in
a email sapling near at hand, and the old bear,
seeming to think he was her safest game, tried
to climb the tree. As soon as she reared for
the purpope a small dog, which belonged to
Doty, tan behind and gave her a smart bite in
y tue rear, wnereupon ner bearsnip, in a very
bear-like manner, turned upon the dog and
chattd him some distance off, and then at once
returned to the rear to finish Case. But in
the meantime young Doty had handed the gun
np to Case, and, with the ether small boy, had
ali-o climbed a tree. The bear, nothing daunted
at the state of ail'airs, made for Case's tree
again. While climbing a fair shot was offered,
tad Cape blazed away, knocking Mrs. H-tar
down to the ground, who now made oil'. After
dragging herself about forty rods she laid
down and died.
The boys now came down from their perches
and commenced tiring upon the young bears,
which still clung to the trees they had
climbed, and a few shots brought them to the
ground. The boys then returned to the mill
and ttld their story, which was hardly credited
by those who heard it; but npon oing out to
the scene of action the game was found, .uua
verifying the statement of the boys.
But lor the courage and presence of mind of
the Doty boy, probably the whole three would
have lost their lives.
SCIENCE.
NatdraIi Aniline. The niollusk, commonly
called the sea-hare, found in large numbers on
the coast of Portugal, exudes, as a means of
defense, an offensive coloring matter, which
has been analyzed by M. Zeigler of Mulhouse,
who has ascertained that it is composed prin
cipally of aniline. All the ppeclea of mollusca
included under the general name of murex,
yield a dye which was supposed to be the
same as that used by the Phu'nioians for pro
ducing the famous Tyrian purple; but M.
Zeigler now suggests that the costly coloring
material, held in high repute among the an
cients, was probably obtained from the Aplysia
or sea-hare. It must, however, be said to the
credit of Chemistry, that by her processes the
ordinary ceal-tar is made to yield aniline at a
cheaper rate than it can now be obtained from
the same sources to which it is supposed the
ancients had recourse for their supply.
Sculls vkrscs Oars. During a late discus
sion on the slip of screw-propellers, at the In
stitution of Naval Architects, London, the
Chairman, Vice-Admiral Belcher, incidentally
said he wanted to know how it was that a
Japanese vessel of ti5 or 70 tons, pulling
against his IJO-ton gig, with lS-feet oars, beat
them out-and out with two sculls There
were four men at each scull, the scull being
in the direction of the axis of the vessel. The
two sculls drove the Japanese vessel ahead
faster than his gig could follow. The distance
the H'ulls passed through the water could not
have been above six or eight inches, and it
was only the bend of the oar which gave dia- I
gonal jerk to the vessel. The question was
not there answered, but it is evident the
Japanese scullers had an advantage in an
almost continuous application of tneir power.
In Venice, the gondola is often diiven by a
single scull, held, not behind, but on the Bide
of the vessel, and worked to the right and
left, without being raised from the water.
Thus the expert gondolier propels and steers
his craft with the same paddle.
Champagne from Petroleum. The beauti
ful synthetio process of which Berthelot suc
ceeded in combining a molecule of clitiant gas
with a molecule of water and thus forming
alcohol, has led to experiments with hydro
carbons of the Marsh gas series which, it is
said, have resulted in the production of an
alcoholic beverage. In this day of adultera
tions it may be useless to warn those who may
require alcohol for medicinal purposes against
the use of any decoctions containing spirit not
made from sugar, grain, or the grape. The
real safeguard, however, against this class of
Adulterations lies in the fact that no chemist
has yet succeeded in producing, from hydro
carbons, alcohol at as low cost as it can be
made from Indian corn; and further, in the
probability that the large area of land now
being devoted to vineyards will result in the
production of mild wines much cheaper than
doctored" dilutions of corn whibky, consti
tuting the imitation.
Tektiso Stfam Boiltrs. Professor S. W.
Robinfon of the University of Michigan pro
poses to the engineer who wishes to determine
the pressure to which his boiler can be worked
with safety, the followiDR very pimple pro
cers: Let the boiler be tilled entirely full of
cold water, even to the throttle of the safety
valves, and all closed tight to prevent any
escape. Now, by lighting a fire under the
boiler, the water will be gradually expanded,
and produce a pressure sufficient even to rup
ture the iron before the temperature of the
water arrives at the boiling point. While the
pressure is increasing, let the steam gauge
or preeBnre indicator be watched; and when
the test pressure, whih may be twice or more
times as great as the working pressure, is
reached, a portion of the water may be
allowed to escape and the pressure reduced.
The pressure results from the fact that water
expands more by heat than iron, at a corres
ponding temperature. The process given
above is attended with as much safety as the
use of the hydrostatic press, unless the water
be heated over 212 degrees F., which would
pot be required unless the boiler leaks. Below
this temperature no disastrous conaeqneuces
would follow, even if the boiler should be
torn asunder, inasmuch as explosions remit
from the sudden expansion of gases or vapors.
A Peep liclitnd the Scones.
An English paper tella this story: "At the
Hull Police Court, on Wednesday, Mr.
Shackles, solicitor, made a statement which,
while divesting a gymnast of some celebrity
of one of his attractions, yet afforded conside
rable amusement to those who heard it. It is
now generally admitted that there is much lu
a name, although Hhakspeare says that a ro-e
would smell aa sweet were it distinguished by
any other title. Signor Pavillio, who has fig
ured at the Alhambra Music Hall during the
present week, seems to have recog
nized the attraction of a high-sounding
cognomen,' and, discarding his own proper
Christian and surname (Tom Henry Wilson),
sought popularity under a foreign name or
denization. Mr. Hhacklns, however, instructed
bj MefsrR. J, mi Jsse-U Kidia:liC2, c.tbi-ct
maker?, Bond street, complained that they
had reason to believe that the individual who
styled end was advertised as "Signor Pavillio"
was no other than one of their apprentices.
He earned two or three guineas a week aa a
gymnast, which occasioned discontent amongst
thofe who were not favored by nature with
such supple limbs; and, moreover, to hia mas
ters, w ho were of opinion that their appren
tice's engagement with Messrs. Hunt pre
vented him from properly porforming his
duties in their (Messrs. Richardson's) behalf.
"Mr. Shackles desired to know if Mr. Travis
would assist in taking such measures against
Messrs. Hunt as would prevent their continu
ing to engage 'Signor Pavillio.' The matter
was of much importance in such a large esta
blishment, and unless an example could be
made in this case, it would have a very demo
ralizing effect npon the workmen. Mr. Travia
concuned in Mr. Shackles' observations, and
fuggested that the youth should be warned
that unless he immediately gave up his en
gagement at the Alhambra, he would be sum
moned, and that Messrs. Hunt should also
have notice that 'Signor Pavillio' was Messrs.
Richardson's apprentice, and that if they con
tinned to engage him they would be sum
moned before the court to answer for their con
duct." English Women Acain Madame Iladiel's
Dupes.
Londim Corrapondrnce of the Clxicago Tribune. 1
I den't know whether the Jewess who goes
by the name of Madame Rachel, and who ia
accused of defrauding a silly old woman of
)( 00 ol the pretense that she was finding her
a nobleman for a husband, has uted her own
cosmetics, by which, she tel a her own sex,
women can be made "beautiful forever," but
she certainly is good-looking. I saw her one
night at a public ball, and her fine figure,
laughing face, and rich auburn hair
were greatly admired. Tue modern cen
sors of women have seized upon the
late disgraceful exposure as so much evi
dence in support of their statements. There
must, they say, be many a customer to Mrs.
Rachel, or the trade in which she is engaged
could not stand so much advertising. Henna
and antimony, milk of roses, medicated and
perfumed baths, her curious art of veneering
face and varnishing bust, her dyes and cos
metics find customers, or Beautiful for Ever
would not be, as it is, a recognized British
institution. It is an awkward, but in its way
a useful fact to find out that the manufacturer
of feminine charms add other profeasions to
their mysteriou3 trade. Tie Thisbe of our
days avails herself of walls that have eyes as
well as ears; the bath reverts to the bagnio,
and purveyor of beauty brings her goods to
market on accredited trade principles. "When
we hinted at these things," says the "Saturday
lievitw, "we were charged with scurrility, pru
riency, and libelling the gracious sex. But here
is a lady not without position, and con
nected with something more than commoners'
blood, and not unversed in the ways of what
is called good society; audit does not seem
that Madame Rachel's trade struck Mrs. Bor
rodaile a3 being very unusual, or the terai3 so
unusually extortionate, or this form of the
matrimonial market bo base and vile. It took
Mrs. Borrodaile two or three years to find out
she Was being victimized. The advances, the
diamonds, the trousseau, the purchased aud
venal nuptials, bridegroom and paranymph,
the stolen interviews and confidential bath, do
not Eeem to have distressed or agitated Mrs.
Borrodaile. Are we right or wrong in the
suggestion that these little odd accompani
ments to the marriage market were only not
alarming or suspicious because they are, if
not common, at lest not in such total contra
diction as they ought to be to our island man
ners ?"
If this writer means to Buggest that it is a
common thing for men to look through a
creviced and eyelet-holed bath-room at the
charms of the woman who wishes them to
marry her, he says a very ridiculous thing.
But is it not a little singular to land a journal
so contemptuous of other nations and so arro
gant in its assumptions of the superiority of
English civilization over all others, so ready
to insinuate that this mart for cosmetics is
largely used, and that it is becoming the ves
tibule of the house of assignation ?
A new Merchants' Exchange is wanted in
Cincinnati.
Hartford prohibits the use of fireworks,
crackers, and bonfires.
RAILROAD LINES.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
Trains between WASHINGTON AND BAliTI
MOKE. Hud WASHINGTON AND 1UK WEST are
now run as follows, viz :
FOR RALTIMORE.
Leave dally, exoeptSuuday. at 7uo, 713. and 12-30 P,
M.. and 200, and 4-ao and 8 45 1. M,
eOJt ALL WAY STATIONS.
Leave dally, except Sunday, at 7'U0 A. M., and 2 00
and 8M5 P. M.
FOR WAV STATION POUTH OF ANNAPOLIS
J UNC I ION.
Leave at 6 IS and 7 uo A. 11., a:-;d at 200 and 4-35
V,U' FOH ANNAPOLIS.
Leave at 7 0ft A. M. and 4 ou P. Al. No trains to or
from Annapolis ou Sunday.
ON (SUNDAY.
FOli BALTIMORE.
Leave at 715 A. M., and 4o and 8'45 P. M.
iOR WAY STATION:.
Leave a' 745 A. M., and 4ao and 815 P. M.
FOlt ALL PAR IS OF Til K WEST.
Leave uallv, e xoept Saturday aud Sunday, at 715 A.
M., 4 oiaud 8' 46 P. M.
Oii Saturday at 7 45 A. If., and 2;i0 P. M.
On Sunuay at 1'su anil 8 45 p. M. only, connecting nt
Relay Station with truing lrom Baltimore to Wheel.
Inn. Furli en-burg, He,
Through Tickets to the West can be had at the
Washington hlullou Ticket Olllce at all hours la me
day. as well as at the new otlice of the Raukers' and
Brokers' 'lele apli Line, No, 318 l'miusyivauia
avenue, between sixth r.ud Seventh Htroets.
For New York, Philadelphia, aud. Boston, see ad
vertisement ot "Through Line."
J. L.WILSON. Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
2 2Jitl UKUKUK S. hUU.N l, Agent, Washln g tou.
TH HOUGH LINE BETWEEN WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA, AND KKW YORK.
Trains between Washiugtou and New York are
now run as to own. v it.:
FOR NEW YORK, without chat-ire of cars.
Leave dally (except Sunday) at V-ls A. id.., irio ana
7PM
FOR PHILADFLPni A.
I Leave dally (except Sunday) at 7'4 aud 12 15 P. M.,
: and 4VU and 7 P. in. .
ON fl'NDAY,
Leave for New York aud Philadelphia at 7 P. M,
" LKEPINQ CARS lor New York on 7 P. M. train
6 Through Tickets to Philadelphia, New York, or
Boston, tan be had at the bmtion Oih.-o at nil hoo.s
in the day, as w ell as at Hie new otlice I J the Bankers'
' aud Brokers' Telenruph Line, No. 844 1'eiiunylvaula
i avenue, between Sixth and seventh stieeta
see Baltimore and Ohio Railroad advertisement
I aud schedule beiweeu WaaLluglou, ;Laltluiore, Au-
J. it. WILSON, Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLK, General Ticket Agent,
t?M1 U KO P. h (MINT;, Agent. W aa iitnni.fi n
yyiRE GUARDS,
NTOJBE mONTH, ANYEU31H, FAC-
TOUlEfit, ETC.
Patent W1ri I'.alllng, Iron Bedsteads, Ornaiocnta .
Wire Work, Puper Makers' Wire, and every varltiiy
ot Wire Work, rnanulaciured by
M. HiUltR BOSS,
No 11 Worth SIXTH Mraot.
HION PASTE AND 8IZING COMPANY.
A Paste lor Box makers. Mooaoinuers, raper-
hangers, Shoeuiakei s, Pocket book Maen. Hill
1'i.neis. etc. It will not sour. Is cheap and always
realty lor ui-o. Beler to J 11. Mppencoil t Int.. Davar
Killer. William Miutt, Phl'atielplila '-lniUl-er,"
Harper llroa., American 'I rani Soclet v. and others.
Soi. ageulH, I.. I. CKANIN A ( .
IpUt No. jw tAu-uMjttiAva a.iet
RAILROAD LINES,
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA BAILKOAD.
IHJhi MIDDlK MoUTK. Shorten, aua moat
direct line to Bethlehem, Hston, Allenl iwn, Uaucd
(honk. Harleton, White Harm, Wllveiharre, M
banoy City, Mount Carmel, Pit t ton. Mcramon.Ca'hoi).
dale, and ad the point la the Lehlgk and WyomlLg
Coal Res Ion.
Paosenger Depot In Philadelphia, Jg, W. corner of
BFRKSand AMKKIUANmrwia.
HUM MF.R AKKa NOP M K.t'l KLKVKN DAILY
TRAINf On and after WKDNKHDAY, My 13. IhSh,
Pansenser Trains leave the New Depot, crnar ol
BKKKB ard A M H R1UAN street, dally (Sundays ex
cepted). aa follows;
At ttb A. M. Accommodation for Fort Wash
ington. At 7-48 A M. Morning Kxprem for Bethlehem and
Principal Htlons ou North Ponnsy vattla allroad.
connecting al Bethlehem wits Lehigh Valley and
Lehigh aud Susquehauna Rtllrnaoa ror Ka-ton, Al
Iriilown, C'atasauqua, Slatlnnton, Mauch (Jhuu
Weatberly, Jeaopsvlile, Hazieton, White Haven,
Wllaesbarre, Kingston. Piitnton, Soranlon. Clarbon
dale, and all points in Lehigh and Wyoming Valleys:
also in connection with Lehigh and Alahxnoy Kali
road for Wananoy l.lty; and with Catawlssa Railroad
tor Rupert Danville, Milton, and Wllllamanort
Arrive at Manch Chunk at izuft A. M : at Wllkeearre
at I P. M i ctoranlon at 4i P. M . at Mariano City at
2 P.M. PasanugHis by this train can take the Leulgh
Valley Train, i aiming Bethlehem at llfS A M. lor
Fantoa, and points on New Jersey Central Railroad
to New York.
Al 8-45 A. M. Accommodation for Doylratown,
stopping at all Intermediate Stations, PaNHeiiKemf'ir
Willow t.rove. liainoro' and Jlarisvllie. by tula
train take Singe at Old York Hnad.
At lino A, M Accommodation for Fort Washing,
ton.iiopplug at Intermediate stations.
At P45 P. W. Lehigh Valley Kxpress for Bethle
hem, AUenlown, Mauch Chunk, White Haven,
Wllkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Ceutralla. Slienaudoah,
Kit. Carmel, Plttston and Scranton, and all poluts la
Mahanoy and W)om1ngOoal Regions.
At 2 86 P. M. Accommodation fur Doyle'town,
topping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers
take stage at Doylestown for New Hope, and at
North n ales for eumneytown.
At 8 18 P.M. Lehigti and Sunqnehanna Express for
Bethlehem, Kaston, Alientown, Mauch Chunk,
Wltkesharre, aud Scranton. Passengers for Oreen
Vllle take this train to Quakertowu,
At 4'15 P. M. Accommodation for Dovlestown.
stopping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers for
Willow Orove. Hatboro, and Uarlsvllie take
tage at Ablngton.
At 6 00 P. M. Through accommodation for Bethle
hem and all stations on main line ol North Pennsyl
vania Railroad, connertli g at Bethlehem with Le
high Valley Kvening Train for Kaaton, Alientown,
Mauch Chnnk.
At 6 20 P. M. Accommodation for Laundale, stop
ping at all Intermediate stations.
At 11-80 P.M. Accommodation for Fort Washing.
U"1' TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.
From Bethlehem at 00 A. M., lPoONoon, 2 00 and
8 iW P. M.
11-511 A. M. and 2'00 P.M. Trains make direct connec
tion wpb LehlKh Valley and Lehigh and Susquehanna
trains from Kaston, Scranton, WUkesbarre, Mauony
City, and Hazleton.
Passengers leaving Wtlkenbarre at 1-80 P, M. con
nect at Belli Ich em at 61)5 P. M,, and arrive In Phila
delphia at 8 80 P. M.
From Doylestowu at 8'28 A. M., 6 00 and 7'00 P. M.
From Lansdale at 7'8ft A. M.
From fort Washington at 9-80, 10-45 A, M. and 8'15
F. M.
ON PUNDAY8.
Philadelphia tor Bethlehem at 8 80 A.M.
Philadelphia for Doyleetown al 2'00 P. M.
Doyleslown tor Philadelphia at 7'UO A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-80 P. M,
Fifth and Sixth streets PasoeiiKer Oars convey pas
sengers to aud from the new dtpot.
WhileCarsof Second and Third Streets Line and
Dnlun Line run within a short distance of the
depot.
Tickets most be procured at the Ticket otlice, In
order to secure the lowest rates of fare.
KLLI4 CLARE, Agent.
Tickets sold and Baggage checked through to prln
clpal poiuts, at Mann's North Pennsylvania Bag.gag
Kxnress OUtce. No. KISS. FIFTH street.
Ill LAI'KLPHIA, WILMINGTON AND DAL
XlMORJfi RAILROAD.
T1MK TABLE,
commencing MONDAY, April 18, 1888. Trains will
leave Depot corner of BROAD Street aud WASH
IN b TUN Avenue as follows:
Way-Mall Train at 8 80 A.M. (Sundays excepted)
for Baltimore, stopping at all Regular stations, con.
meting with Delaware. Railroad al Wilmington for
Ci lHbbld aud Intermediate Stations.
Fxp.eKS Train al 12 Ov M. (Sundays excepted) for
Baltimore aud WaNhiugton, stopping at Wilmington,
Perrj vllle, and Havre-de-Urace. Couuecis at Wil
mington with train for New Castle.
Fx press Train at 3-sii P. M. (Sundays excepted) for
Baltimore auj WaHhington, stopping at Chester,
Thurluw, Lluwood, Clayuiout. Wilmington, Newport,
S'nutou, Newark, Klktou, Northeast, Charieatowu,
Perryvllle, Havre-de-Urace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
FJdgewood, Magnolia, Chaxe's aud Stemmer's Run,
Night F-xprees at 1100 P M. (Dally) lor Baltimore
and Washington, stopping at Perryvillo and Havre-de-Urace.
Conurcts at Wilmington (Saturdays ex
cepted) with Delaware Railroad Line, stopping
at New Catttle, Mlddlelown, Clay tou, Dover,
Harrington, Seatord, Salisbury, Princess Anne, and
couuet'iiiiK at CriNlield with Boat for Fortress Mon
roe, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and the South.
laKsengvrs lor Fortrest Monroe aud Norfolk via
Baltimore will take the 12.00 2d.. Train. Via Crlaueia
will lake the ll-io P. M. train.
WILM1NOTON TRAINS.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Wilmington.
Leav fiinaaeipnia at iiuu a. m., x ,w, bto, tjo,
and IP VI (dally) P. M. The 5 00 P. M Train connects
with Delaware Railroad tor Harrington aud Inter
uiedlate stations.
Leave Wilmington 7'00 and 810 A. M. (dally), P30
4 )5 and 7-ai (dally) P. M. The 810 A, M. Train will
nut Blop between Chester Bud Philadelphia.
from baltimorf; TO PHILAUF.LPHIA.
LeBe Baltimore 7 "28 A. M Way-Mall; -40 A. M.,
Express; 2 ii P, M., Kxprees; 6'36 P. M., Express; 8 oa
S' W'SUNPDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE,
Leaves Baltimore at 8-55 P. M., stopping at Uavre-de-Orace,
Perryvllle, and Wilmington. Also stops at
North-Kant, Klktou, and Newark to take passensfers
for Philadelphia aud leave passengers from Washing
ton or Baltimore, aud al Chester to leave pauaeugers
lrom Washington or Baltimore.
'ihrougb -tickets to all points West, South, Booth
west, may be procured at the Ticket UUlce, No. 828
CHFJSNUT Street, under the Continental Hotel,
where, also, state-rooms and berths In sleeping cars
can be secured during the day. Persons purcU-sIng
licketB at this otlice can have their baggage checked
at their residence by the Union Transfer Company
4 81 H. F. B.ENNKY. Superintendent,
f0K CAl'K MAY VIA WEST JEUSEY U4IL-
BOA D. From loot ot M AKlvKl street (Upper
lerry). Commencing 11 1 L R-SDA V.J Uly 2, ltt8,
TiaiUB leave as follows tor Cape May:
b un A. M., Cape May Express, due at 12 "25 (noon).
S-16F M.i Cape May Puss-nyer, due at 7 15 P M.
RETURNING LEAVE CAPE ISLAND.
8-30 A. M., Morning Mall, due al iO'Oti 4, M.
510 P. M., Cape May express, due at 8 11 P. M.
Sunday If all and Passenger train leavea Phlladel- .
phiaaiv)5A, M. Returning leaves Cape Island at
5")o P. M. Excursion Tickets, fi.
Cape May Freight trains leave Camden d.Uly at
9'2o A. M.. aud Cape Island al ti'45 A. .M.
Conimutallou 'tickets between Philadelphia and
Cape May, at the following rates:
Annual Tlcke s, fH,0; Quarterly Tickets, t 0. for sale
al the i lllce ot the Company lu Camden, N. J.
Through Tickets cau be procured at No. 828
Chesnut stro I (under the l ntiueuUl Hotel), where
ciders can also be lett for Baggage, which wol oe
ca led for and checked at rodiueuces by the Union
'i ranbler Company.
W FIST JERSEY KAILItOAD LINES.
For Brldgelon, ealem. Milvllto, VinHia id, aud lu
termed a-e stations, at 8-ou A. M. and 8 :io P. M.
Fu Cape May, 0 00 A. M. and 8 li P. M.
Woodbury Accou modHl'OU train al B 00 P M.
BildKeion auuSaleui Freight Tralu leaftil Camden
dl'' mmuta' lon'checkH between Philadelphia and all
stkllOLl at reduced rales.
" WILLIAM J. SEW ELL, Superintendent.
July 2. lma.
PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN
'1RAL RAILROAD SUftlMl.lt AHRANuE
mENT. On and ulltr WON DAY, April 18. Into, trains
Mil leave the Depot, Til 1 RT Y-Fl KsT and CHEb
N U 1 streets, West Philadelphia, as follows:
Al 7'lu A. M. aud 4-5'i P. M and leave Rising Sun at
6-15 A. M, aud Uxiord al 6 A. M.. and leave Oxford at
SAiMar'ket Train, with Passenger Cars attached,
will rnukou TLF-sDA YH and FRIDAYS, leaving the
Sin. ion at 11-05 A.M.; Oxiord, 1145 A, M.; aud
Kenuetl, 1 P. M.; counecilng at West Cheater Junc
tion with a train for Pnliudeiphla.
On WEDNESDAYS aud SATURDAYS Train
leaves Philadelphia at a so I M.i ruuB through to
'The5 train leaving Philadelphia 7.15 A. M.oon.
necTs at Oxiord with dully Hn of stages lor Peach
Bottom . In Lautaster county. ReturulUB leave
Peach Bottom to connect al Oxford with Afternoon
Train lor l hlladLlphla.
The itrain leaving Philadelphia t 4 60 P, Mi rung
to RiBlng suu, wary auu. wearlnx
Passengers are flowed ,f ""w,VSf)t
only M baggace, and the Compwy
apparel
lu auv
amount exceeding oim
Puudred dollars, uuloai
apecial contract be made
U L'NUV VA. Ml III
lor me same.
io
fleneral Superintendent.
piIlLADKLPIIlAAND Lit IE KAILltOAD.-
Bl'HMER TIME TABL1C,
-Thrnnih and d reel route oetwteu ruii-wrmiu.,
Uil auu ,".Y"r"-lr.l- n-ll.,,1 will runu
oii the ejaliaueipuJi ;
follows:
WKHTWABD.
Mall Train leaves Phi adelphia.
...H'lB P. M
leave Wllllumuporl.
8-20 A. M.
i. ii arrives at Jtrie
Krle l.'x press leaven Philadelphia...
ji rie """ive-i Wllllauiaport...
u u arrives al Erie
Flmlra Mall leaves Philadelphia..,.
.. .. Iiiiui .! lluinHoort...
. 8 50 P. M.
...12 to noou
.... 8W P. M,
....1(1 05 A. M.
8-OU A. M.
, 6 -M P. M.
.. 1,11 arrlvmut i.oca iiaveu........ i to r a..
KABl WAKO.
Mail Train leavea Erie ........-....U 00 A, M
leaves A llllamsport ltrl5P.it
" arrives at Plilladelphia hi A. M.
Hrle Expreu leaves lrle 7 '4u P. M.
' " leaves Wllltamnpnrl 8 15 A.M.
m arrives at Philadelphia 6 10 P. M,
Mall and En preuii connect with Oil Creek and Alls.
fcUi-ny lllvot Uallroad. Baitl.",'
su miw; bujrUit-snaeiMt
Baltimore, Harrisburg. Wllllamsport, to the North
5sl and he Ureal Oil Region ol Pennsylvania,
i LEU ANT SLEfc'Fl NU &A RS ou all Night Trains.
hT?.T ....?. rtiois-iiAV. Mav 11. lhtid. the trains
RAILROAD LINESi
T3EApiNO RAILROAD. GREAT TRDNK
uAl. LI1'R froiu Pnilaneipbla to tna Interior of
I?i "y,vnl,.tba Bchuylklil, Husquehanna, Cum
berland, and Wyoming Valleys, the North, North
"d the Canada. Bummer Arrangement of
rasseDger Trains, Monday, May 4, 1808. leaving the
tV?iF5ur J.l'ot. Tblrtoenth and CallowhUl street,
aJ.WJl!.'? M 'oilowlr g honrs:
fn?HKIP,W A(XX)MMODAT10NH.-At A.M
tow" 'nd " tatmmedlat stations, and Allen-
Returning, leave Redln at l-ftu F. M., arriving
In lillBdeiphlaat10P. M. r' m" "
MORNJ NO FX PRESH. At i'15 A. M.. for Reading
Lebanon, Harrisburg, Pottavlllo. l ine Grove, Iaraa
qua, hiiDbtiry. W'Tlianmport, Klmlra. Rochester,
Niagara Falls, Bntlalo, Wllkesbarre. PilUton, York,
Carlisle, ( i,n bersburg, Hagermown, etc.
1 he 7vf train eonnects at Reading with the East
lennsyivanla Railroad trains tor Alientown, etc.,
and the 8'i A. M. connects wlih the Lebanon Valley
train nr HarrFhtirg, etc; al Port Clinton with Cata
wlssa Railroad trains for Wllllamsport, Lock Haven,
E. intra, etc.: at ilarrlshnrg with Northern Central,
1 onitier.aiid Valley, and Schuylkill and Susquehanna
trains tor Nortnuniherlaud, Wllllamsport, York,
( ban hershurg Plnesrove. eto.
A I- I KRNOON a X PRKHS. Leave Philadelphia
at 8 P. M. for Reading, Pottsvhle Harrisburg. etc.,
coniie-tliig with l eading and Columbia Railroad
tiaiiir for Coliiinhla, eto.
Itn 1 HTtm N A I tXIM MODATI ON. Leaves PotU
town at 8 46 A. M slopping al Intermediate stations:
arrives In Philadelphia at 9 OS A. M. Returning leaven
Philadelphia al 4 8o p. M.; arrives In Potts town at t'86
RKAD1VQ ACCOMMorATION-Leaves Reading
at 7 8u A. M.. slopping at all way stations: arrive In
Philadelphia at lu 15 A. M.
Betoriilng. Ieava Philadelphia at 6'15 P. M.i arrives
In Beading at 8 00 P. M.
'Ii bIls tor Philadelphia leave narrlnhurg at 810 A.
M., anil Pottsvllle at 8 45 A.M., arriving In Philadel
phia l 1 P. M. Aiteruoou trains leave liarrtburg at
2 05 P.M.. ai.d P, ills ville at 2 46 P. M.! arrlvlug at
Philudelnhia at 6'46 P. M
Harrisburg accommodation leavr Reading at 7-18
A.M., ai.O Harrlshurg at 4'10 P. M. Conueo'lug at
Reading with Aitfruoou Accommodation south at
6'Mi P. fil., arriving lu Philadelphia al 8 10 P. M.
Marke' train, with a Passenger car attached, leave
Fhllaoelphln al 12 45 i oon for Pottvllle and a 1 Way
Btanoiii: leavei p.iitsvllle at 7 A. M. for Philadelphia
ann bii oilier wr stations
Ail the above trains run dai'y, Pundnys excepted.
Simony trains leave enllsvllle at 8iil A. M and
Plaladelphla at 8 15 P, M i leave Philadelphia for
Keating at 8 00 A, M relurnlug frua Reading at 4 25
CllFSTER VAILKY RAILROAD.-Pasieng'ers
for l ownii gtown a'ld Intern ediate points lake the
7- 8 A. M., Ht-4s end 4 H" P. M. trains lrom Philadel
phia, re, timing from Dowulugtown al6-4) A. M l'OO,
and 6-45 P, M.
1-EhKIOMEN RAI LRU A D. Passen gers for Col
lect vllle take 7'.o A. M. and 4 8i P. M. trains from
Philadelphia, returning lrom Collegevllieal 701 A. M.
and 1 88 P M. Slate lines lor various point la Per
kton en Valley connect with trains at Col lege vllle.
NEW YORK FJiPRKSa FOR PITT-JrJURU AND
1 BE WEST. Leaves New York al A M., 5 00 and
8- no P. M ., passing Heading at 1 A. M., 1 Roand Ui'lU P.
M., and connect at llairlsbtirg with Pennsylvania and
Northern CentrallRaliroad Express Trains for Pills
burg, Chlcage, Williaiui port, Elmlra. Baltimore, etc
Returning, Expreas Train leaves Harrisburg, on
arrlvsl of PenuB I van'a Express from PI. tsbtirg, at 8
and 6-25 A. M , 9 85 P. M. pausing Reading at 4 49 and
7- 16 A. M and 11-41- P. M., arriving at New ork, 10-10
and 11-45 A. M., ai d 6 on P. M. Sleeping Cars accom
panying these trains through between Jersey City aud
Pittsburg, without change.
Mall train lor New ork leaves Harrisburg at 8-1(1
A.M. aud 2-05 P. M. Mall train for Harrisburg leaves
New York at 12 Noon.
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains
leave Pottsville at 6'80 line A. M., aud 7 15 P. M., re
turning lrom Tamauua at 7 86 A. M. aud ISO aud 4 85
P. M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL
ItOAli.'lrnluB leave Auburn at T'.)r) A.M. for Pine
grove and Harrisburg, and at lr45 P. M. lor Pine
grove and Tremout; returning Irotii Harrisburg at
8- 65 P. M , aud from Tremout at 7'4t) A, M., and 6-35
P M.
TICKETS. Through first-class tickets and emi
grant tickets to all the principal poluts lu the North
and Web l and Canada-.
FxcurHlon Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading
and Intermediate Htatlons, good for day only, are sold
by Morning Accomuiodstlon, Market Train, Reading
and l-otttlowulAccoaimodailou Trains, at reduced
rates.
Excursion TIcketB to Philadelphia, good for day
oniy, are sold at Reading aud Inlermedlnte stations
by Kenning and Pottatown Accommodation Trains at
reduced rales.
1 he lo. lowing tickets are obtainable only at the
Othceof S- BraQtord, Treasurer, No. 287 S. Fourth
street. Philadelphia, or u, A. Nlcholls,Ooueral Super
intendent, Reaulng.
Commutation Ticket at 25 per cent, discount, be
twei u uny I'Oinis desired, lor faiuil'eg aud Urmg.
Mileage Tickets, good for 20W) mles. between al
poluts, al 11250 each, for families aud Urms.
Season Tickets, for three, six, nine, or twelve
months, for holders only, to all poluts at reduced
rates.
Clergymen residing on the line of the road will be
furnished with cards, entitling theiuueiveo aud wives
to tickets at bal fare.
Exciindou tick eta lrom Philadelphia to principal
stations, good for SBlu-day, Sunday, aud Monday, at
reduced are, to be tiad onlv at the Ticket Olllce, al
Thirteenth aud Callowhl'l streets,
FRMUHT. Uoous of all descriptions forwarded
to all the above points liom the Company's New
Fteight Depot, Bnaa ana willow streets.
F'rrighl Trail s leave Philadelphia dally at 530 A.
M.. i-'-4A noon, und 8 P. M.. tor Reading. Lebanou.
Hariisburg, PolUvllle, Port Clinton, aud all points
bMa,ls'cose at the Philadelphia Post Olllce for all
Pisces on the road and lis branches at 6 A.M., aud
lor the principul Mullens only at 2 15 P. M.
BAUUAUE, Dungau's Exp. ess will collect Bag
gnge for all traliis leaving Philadelphia Dep.it.
Ciders can he left at No. 225 S. Fourth siroet, or al the
Depot, Ihlrteeu.h aud Cullowhlll atreem.
DEMYLVANIA CENT HAL UAILROAD.
SUMMER TIME, TAK1NU EFFECT MAY 11.1868
The trains of tie Pennsylvania Coi.tial Rllrcad
leave the 1 poi, at 1 H iRT V-fl K--.T auu HikKKI'
Si i eels, wLiou is reached dltcctly by the MarK-t
street cars the iabt car couuectlug with each train
leaving Front and Market streets luirty minutes oe
fore its departure. 'J ho C'tieMiut and Walnut -streets
cars run wliiun one squa-e of the Depot.
On sundajs The Maiket street cr.4 leave Front
and Market streets thirty-live minutes before the de
parture ol each Lain
slei nluk Car Tickets can be had on application at
the Ticket otlice N. W. corner Niuih and Chesuut
streets, and at the depot.
Agents oi tue uniun irminivr iviiuijjanjr wuivhii
for eno deliver bsggage at tue depot. Orders lelt at
No. tMil Chesnut sweet, or No. 118 Maiket a. reel, will
rective attention.
Mall Train ,8'00 A. M.
Puoll Accomuiodatiou, No. 1 l"0i) A. M,
Fast Hue ') M.
file Ex Pi ess i-w i.l
Paoll Accom. Nos. 2, 3, aud 4-1 00, U 00 aud lu 30 P. M.
liarrlbuurg Accommodation 21-0 P. M.
1 aiu a- ter accommodation - 4 Otl P. M.
Paikesburg Train....... 6 30 P. M.
Cincinuiil Express S ou P. M.
I il Mail 11 r-
pi llunelt'l la F.xprees U 15 P. M.
Accummooatlon .......11 -80 P. M.
".rlf flmil ItHVHI Ull, r AtrjJi nniuiunj.
Philadelphia Express leaves daliy. All oltertralus
d The'Wes.'etu Acclm.niodatlun Train runs dally, ex
....... K... liuir. vr this train tickets must be pro-
o.r.il and b.Kkaae delivered by 5 0i P. M., at No. 118
TRAINS ARRIVE AT'DEPOT. V 17.:-
Clnnl,.. uil I. IlirPhl 135 A. M
I'hilhrieli bla Fxnress 7 10 A, M.
I'niili An ommouailou. No. 1 8 20 A. M.
EtleM.I - I " A M
i.... b., ... i-.uin 9 10 A. M
Fust Line i"5'"'
I.Hiii hHlei Tialu - 80 P. !u
h i le 1- xpitss ......,.o oil l , 51
....it ,,.ii,".'iii'u.iiou. Nos. 2 and 3.3 4tiaud 7 lu P. M
Lay l' x press ouu P. M.
Iii.irisi urir At'"oii.iii'dulUin.- 9 50 P. M.
For filmier into umllon apply to
tor ii.ruier ALLEN. Ticket Agent.
No. Uiil CUES NUT Street,
JTRaNCTS rUMK.Ucket Agent,
No. 118 MAlitvKl rlreet.
SAM I EL H. WALLACE.
T ink el Agent al the Depot,
The Pennsvlvsrila Railroad Ci iiipauy will not as
euuie any i isk t-.r Bunage, except lor Wearing Ap
narel i. ml limit their ribuoin-ihiiiiy to One Hundred
Loliai i lu Value A 11 Bugkuge exceeding that amount
in value whl he at the nsk ol the owner, itnlesi taken
by sptciui contract. I-DWaRU H. Wi Lt.1 A MS,
4 29 Ouueral buperiutendeut, Aitoona, Pa,
PlULAOKLlMIl A, GEBMANT0WN. AND
NORl'lyV N KAlLhOAii-TlUti TABLa.
j-utt or.liilAtu iu-,
L'-ove Pblmolpnla 6, 7, 8. Ifci. In, 11, 12 A. M 1, 2
8U. 4, , i'4, e iii,7 s , ui, ii, ii r. m.
Leave (iei luai ton n 6. 7. 8. b V'li. 9. 10. 11, 12 A. M
1 2, 8 4, 44 6, ti, 7, 8, B, 1", 11 P. M.
Ti e 8 2u i owii Train, ana 'A and t Up Trains will
not fcti'P on tut uern aniown urancn,
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Phllsdelphia n4 A. M. 2. 7, inV P. M.
Leave Oeruiantowu8'4 A. M. 1. 0 li'.i P. M.
chj-s'ini't uill railroad.
Leavi Phliadelphia 8, 8, 10, 12, A. M., 2, 5,7, 8
and 11 P. M.
I eave Chestnut Hill 7-U. 8. 940, aud ll'tO A. M 140,
S'4U, 6-4(i, 4U, 8 40 and 10 40 P. M
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 6J4 A. M. 2 and 7 P. SL
Leave Cheutuul Hhl 750 A.M. 12 4t, 6 40 and 9'25
P. M.
FOR PONSHOHOCKEN AND NORUISTOWN.
Leave Philadelphia , 7', a, and 11 oi A. M. I,1,, 3,
4 a. hitua 11,', P. M.
'Leave Norrlstowu 6 4U, 7,7 50, 9, and 11 A. M., 1,', 8,
4.,64.audb. i-.NeUNDAY8i
Iave Philadelphia 9 . M 2 4" and 71b P. If.
Leave Nurrislown 7 A.M., fi-fii and 9 P. M.
FOR MANAYUNK.
Leave Philadelphia 8. 7 9. and 1105 A. M 1, a,
41-., 6i Vhi, 8 us, and 11!,, p. M.
l eave Maraunk 810, 7h. 8"Ai " IVi A. It.,
2,..5..audP)M.ecNDAY8i
Leave Phllsdelphia A. M., 2li aud 1)i P. M.
Leave MaUKyunk 7t A. M., and 9', P. M.
W. b. WluSON. Oeueral superintendent,
Depot, NINTH aud OREEN Street.
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RAILROAD LINES.
lfiflQ-ro NKW YORK. THE CAMDKrT
JCIrO.AND AMROY AND PHILADELPHIA
AND TRENTON R A I LROA O COM PA N Y LINKS.
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NKtV YORK, AND
WV PLACES. FROM WALNUT STREET
WH ARr,
At6-8uA. M.,Vla Camden and Amboy Accommo
dation - ...... (2 '21
At 8 A.M., via Camden and Jersey CRy Ex
press Mall , , 8D0
At 2 P, M ,. via Cam den and Amboy Rx press... D0
A1880P. M., Via Camden and Jersey O ly Ex
press 8 00
At 8 P. M.. for Arntmy aud Intermediate statlans.
At 5 80 and 8 A. M., 2 nd o P. M., for Freehold.
At 8 and 10 A. M 2, trm and 480 P, M. for Trenton.
At 8'8o, 8, and 10 A. M., 1. 2. 8 i, 4 an. and It 80
P. M, for Bordeutown, Burilugton, Beverly, aud
Delano.
A 18-80 and lo A. M, 1, 2, Si I 30,4-30,6, andll ttOP. M.,
for Florence.
At 8 au and 10 A. M., 1, 8, 430, 0, and I I'M P. M. for
F.dgewater, Riverside, Rlverton.aud Palmyra, 2 P.M.
for River ton and 3'30 P. M. lor Palmyra.
Al 5-8fl and 10 A. M.,1, 8, 4 30, (, aud 1180 P. M. for
Fish House.
The l and U 80 P.M. Line leave from Market
Street Ferry lupper side).
FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT.
At 11 A. M.. via Kensington aud Jersey City, New
York Exp'ees Line Fare:t.
Al 7 and II A. M.,2 80, 8 Bo, and 5 P. M. for Trenton
and Bristol. And at 1015 A. M. for Bristol.
A i 7 and 11 A, M., 2 80, aud 6 P.M. for Morrlsvllle
and Tullyiown,
At 7 and ini A, M., 280, and 5 P. M. for Schencks
and Fihlinifton
At 7 and lol5 A. M., ('80, 4, 8. and P. M. for Corn
wells, Ti.rrlsdale, Holmesnurg. Tacooy, WIsHlno
mlng. Brldesburg. and Frank ford, aud at 8 P, M. lor
Uolmesburg and Intermediate stulons.
rUUU Vi'KKT FHII.AOKI 1-IIIA DKPOT,
vlaConneclti g Railway.
At t-80 A. M., 1 80. s :, and 12 P. M. Net? York Ex
press Lines, via Jersey lily. Fare 8-25,
At 1 A. M., KmlK'ant L'ne. Fare,
The 9 a" A. M.. and Do P. M. Lluea wlU ran dally,
A 11 others, Sunoays excepted.
At 9-3(1 A. M 13", 8 80, and 12 P. M. for Trenton.
At 9 30 A, M., 6 30 and 12 P. M. for B Istol.
At 12 P. M. (Nlgbt). for Morri-ville, Tullytown,
PchenHk'B.Eilrtlngton.Coiuwells, Torrisdale. Holmes
burg, Tacony, Wlsslnomlug, Brldesburg, andirauk
lord, For lines leaving Kenslngion Depot take the cars
en ThlfQ or Fillh streets. an besnuiHtreet, 3( minutes
before dei artore. Theia-son Market stret Railway
run dliect to Weit Pliila-lelph a Depot: Chesnut and
W alnut within one square, on Ktioday the Market
sire t cars will run to connect with tue 9 30 A. M, aud
80 P. M. lines.
BELVIDKHE DELAWARE RAILROAD LINES.
From Kensington Depot.
At 700 A. M. for Niagara Falls, Bnllalo. Dunkirk,
Elmlra, lihaca, Oweo. Rochester, Blnghamton. O
wego. Si racuBe, Oreat Beud, Moutrose, Wllkesbarre,
Schooley's Mountain etc.
At 7 On A. M and 33u P.M. for Scranton, fltrouds
bnrg. Water Oap, Uelvlde'e, EMSton, Laiuherivl.le,
Heinlhgion. etc The 8 30 P. M. Line connects direct
with the Train leaving Easton lor Mauch Cuuuk,
Alientown, Bethlehem. etc.
At 6 P. M. for Lambertvllle and Intermediate Sta
tions. CAMDEN AND BTJRLINOTON CO., AVD PEM
LERION AND HlOUTsTOWN RAILROADS,
From MarkelBt. Ferry (upper slile.)
At 8 A, M., 1,4, aim 615 P.M., lor Merchantsvllle,
Monreslowu Harllord, Masnuvllle. Halusoort, Mount
Ho'ly, Smltbvlile, Ewanavllle, Vlucentown. Blr
uiUgham, aud Pemberlon. .....
At 1 aod 4 P. M.i for Lew'stown, Wrlghtstown,
Cookstown, New Egypt, Horuerstowo, CreaiO Ridge,
lmlajBlown, Sharon, and JI ightatown,
Firty pounds of bagsg only are allowed each
passei gei. Passengers are prohlhiind from taking
anything as baggage but their wearing apparel. Alt
haegpte rver titty pounds to bs paid for exla. Tue
Company limit tbetr leiponslbllliy for baggage to one
dollar per pnunl, and will not be llabie for any
an'ouut bf yond ioo, except by special contract.
t ickets sold and baggage checked direct Hi rough to
Foston, Worcester. SpriugKeld, H rlford. New Haven,
Piovioence, Newport, Ainany, i ioy.oaratoga, u ica,
Rome. Syracuse. Rocnester, BuOaio, Niagara Fails,
anil Suspension Bridge.
An additional T icket Olllce Is located at No. 828
ChsnfitBlre9t, where Tickets to New Yorx and all
important pnlnts North and East maybe procured.
Persons purchasing lionets at this oUlcecaabave
their beggsge checked from residence or hotel to
destination by Unlun Trauater Baggage Express.
Ll N ES FROM NF W YORK FOB PHILADELPHIA,
Whl leave ir. lu toot ot Court laud street at 7 A. M.,
1 and 4 P. M., snd 12 ulglu via Jer ey City and Cam
den; at 6-30 P. M via Jen-ey City and Kensington: at
in A M., 12 M and 5 P.M. via Jersey City aud West
I'l.llKOel, hia.
i rem Pier No. 1 No'th PJver at 530 A. M. A"C?om
modatlou. aud 2 P.M. Express, via Amboy aud
Caudeu. WILLIAM H. UATZMER.
8 16 Agent.
OllOItTEST ROUTE TO TUE SEA-SIIOKE!
CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
SUM MER ARRNOEMENT.
FIVE TRAINo DaILY TO AT LAN TIG CITY.
On and after SATfRDA Y, July 4, trains will leave
VlNEStreet Ferry as lol.ows:
Sn.nial jxoi raiou 615 A. M.
Mall .. - ...7SO A. M.
Fieight, with paisenger car attached 9 15 A. M.
FJxpress (i hrougu in two uouis) 2'u0 P. M.
Atlantic Accoiuu-odallon 4 lo P. M.
jieiuruing. leave Aiiau au
pedal Excursion 518 P. M.
fail 4'2eP.M.
Freight, with passenger car ll'40 A. M.
Expitsa (through lu two hours) 7 id A. fit.
Accumiuodatiuu - 6'&C A. M.
Junction Accommodation to Arao and In-
tei mediate si atlous, leavea vine street omi r. 01.
Returning, leavea Arco 625 A. M.
Haddonfleld Accommodation Train leaves
Vina HI rent IU'15 A. M. Bud 200 P. M.
Leave HaddouUeld luo P. M. and 8' 16 P. M.
Sunday Mall Train to Allaotlc.
Leaves Vine street
.7 31 A. M.
Leaves Atlantic..
, .4 20 P. M.
Fara to Atlantic. I?. Ttnnnd trio tickets, good only
for the day and tralu on which they are Issued, J3.
The Philadelphia Local Kx press Company, No. 825
CHESNUi Street, will call lor baggage In any part
of th city and suburbs, aud check to hotel or cottage
at Atlantic city. . A . .
Additional t cketoOlces have been located at No.
6V5 CHENUT Street. .
7 8 If D. H. MUHUTi Agent.
-AEST CllhSIEK AND iUlLADBL,PIlIA
VY RAILROA D. sL'MMit ARRANUEMENT,
-On aud alter MONDAY, AprU 13, ltttM, Tralu wUl
leave as lonowa:- . tt,
Leave fUiianeipnia iruui mo c,.u, auaaxk
FIRST and CHESNUT Streets, 715 A. M , 11 A,
M., 2 30 P. M., 4lt r. fll.i O" r. m.i . "ti . m..
Leave W'eei Chester lor Philadelphia, from Depot
on east Maraet streei, at o ' '.' .
A. M.. lti4o a, ia ,i nor, w"vr. .. at.
ou ana atter aiouuay, juue lj. mu puuiii'iimi mm
will leave Philadelphia for Media and Intermediate
points at 5-ifo P. M.,. . A
drains leaving inrrnv tiimuoi . a. nuw
leaving Phliadelphia at 4 6o P.M., will stop at B.C.
Junction and Media ouly. Paasengers to or from
statlou between WeHt Chester aud U U. Juuctlou,
xolng East, will take train leaving West Obenter ai
71." A M.. aud going Wt-st will take train leaving
Philadelphia at ou r. ai.. auu trauaior a. vp. (uuii
"The Depot In Philadelphia Is reached directly by
the ClieBiiut ami a W a.uut sireet cais. Those of tli4
Market Street line run wi Inu one squure. The
cars of bolh llue connect with each irain upou It
arrival. ON SUNDAYS,
Xave Philadelphia at o(. A. M, and 2 00 P. M.
Leave Webl Chester at 74 A.M. and oOti P.M.
1 ruins leaving Phllaaeipfia al 7 16 A. M. and 460
P Mi. aud leaving Vt eat Chester at 7'SH A. M. and
4 5o P. M., connect at B. C. Jui.ctlon with Trains on
p S B C. 11. R., for Oxiord and hitermediate poluts.
PaNseugers are allowed to take Wearing Atiuarel
only, as Baggage, and the Company will not In any
case be reeponsible lor an amount exceeding one
hundred dollars unless a spectiii contract Is made lor
tlieseme, nr.mvi nutiu,vi9iiviiuouit,
Pfclladelphla, April 1st, inns.
4 1o
TjBKUillT LINES 1011 NKW VollK AND
n ALL POIN'ls NOlt'l'n ai d EAST, auu tor all
btaltou ou Camden ana Amboy aud Couuectlug
Kallroads, Iron- Walnut street wharf.
HBliroa , INCREASED DESPATCH,
crotchi for all wav uoi, is on the Oamden and
Auiboy. Fnehold and Jamesburg, aud Burlington
County Railroads, 'orwaraea at 12 o'cum:k sshi.u
Fur Trentou, Princeton, Kingston, Rocky Hill and
all poluts on the New Jersey aud Belvldeie lull.
rOKds, lorwarded at2 P. M.
For New York,;at 12, 2)4. and S P. M.
. .,..,1., J.l 7 A M. to 8 P. M.
A slip memorandum, specilvlng the marks and
nnnibr8. abiopers and coiiHlitiiees, must lu evorylu-
stance he .eut wRjh 1. ad,
No, 2211 b. Delaware Avenue,
Phhadeluhla.
TTAM' HthltJHT LINE, VIA N0UTH
11 ui. v-v i v a n 1 A it 1 1. ROAD to Wllkes
barre. Mahanoy City, Mount Carmel. Ceutralla. and
all points ou Lehigh Valley R.ilroad aud lis
brByCiiew arrangements, perfected this day. this road
Ik enabled to give lncreaned denpaich 10 merchandise
C-oiifiiKiied to tue auove uauieu wnu. ni
Ooods delivered al li'e 1 hruugh trelght I?fiP"''
. 10, corner ot FRONT and NOilLE sireets,
- -. . :.... .... 1 .... i. .. MniintilMriiiel
Before P.m.. w ,. re..-. . - .-'-' ri-'ukioy and
rtVv 7 SiS 1 ELLIS CLARK. Agent,
UK ADAM8 VmiVKSY.OV
m
i. NO. 820 C1IFU1 "Bn.
uo...i, m, iimn. Bauk Note', an'
and Specie.
wltn otner
cities iu tue u .7.11 m uiNOTIAItf, BuperlnteudeuL
'27t
JVHIA-4 - -
,.n.f,.,,kT ikin lfi AX,
1 Aiv .T-VitrK AND CANVAS.
V-' Of all nuuiliers and brands.
. i.ntnr. Trunk, and W niton Cover Duck,
AiJ Pauer Manufacturers' Drlor relts from ou
A..Ll TlLJl wtdei Panll g. Belling Sail Twine, el
seveiai leetwiue. Jy1, KVEItMAN A tX ,
auction sales.
M.iIKSKS'H8 Nos- and ia
I'lTAl, . ..
FOURTH Street.
SUPERIOR
i UNlTURl., " HO
pkts.'kto
fins Oku
vn r rinay Moinlng,
July iritn, at 10 o'clock at N". luoi pin
caialocoe. tbe entire llnnhnu r,ni..... . ! . ' !
isenota trumitttr r, ,
tt.nj t a " i. , .
ed on the da of sale .t 8 o'clo
MARTIN BROTH EK8, AUCTIONEERS.
tl ately Psiennen for M. Thomas A Sons )
No. 629 CU EsN liT Bt t rear entrance irom Muioc,
Peremptory Pale at o. 1134 Market s reet.
8TRaM ENUINES. LATHE, DRILL PRB.11.
'JOOLS. KTO.
i , . . n Friday Morning,
Ju'y lo, at 10 o'clock, at No lim Market itrstt,
Btcond story, by order of John Davidson, t close ti
5!,'1'.,.n?? ilp jonc'" of Phelaaer A Davidson, ose
eight t orse stesm enlue and b Her, steam e gin
Hi,tlnlsha, rrlll press and tools, made by O. H.
fsii.lth: tumlng lathe and tools, made by V. Hi SiniUu
ttirdrles, etc. ' ' ""-
1 be sttann engine rosy be seen at anr time at Rati'
M l' No. 327 s, Front street 7 T it
milOMAS lilUCH V ON, Al'CTIONEKIUI
J. AND COMMISSION EROHANTS. No. 1U
U HEsN UT Street; rear entrauce No. 1107 uanaom at.
Bale a No. 11 in Chesnut street,
DA NPf-'OM K Fl'RNl I'URK, 8 RdHEWOOD ANT
MAHOOANY PIANO HlHTKH, MANTS.L AI4U
PlfcR OLAfSkS, PL ATI" OHM SOALHJ4, BRUt-
bELJ AND 1NORAIN CAHPSI8, h.IO.
. . Ou Friday Morning,
Ju'y 10, at 9 o'clock, at the auction store, No. PM
Chesnut street, will be sold a la-ge assortment of
superior New aid M'coi u-hand Household Furni
ture con. prlslns: Si ts of parlor and library furnl
tur in plusb, brocatelle, reps, and hair do h; olied
walnut chamber suiU, with ward rob -a to matoB4
spring tf no tiair tmatireses; large and small bonk
cases and slceboard-a; olllce desks and ibla; dlnlns
room furniture, In oak aiidwalnn'; pla'torm soaleai
oii paintings aud engravings: till edge China, etc
Aiso. a large assortment of Furniture from lamlllen
bresklng up housekeeping.
A isp, s rosewood and mahogany-case Piano forte
by dill oi eut makers. L7 8II
Pale at No. fn2 Nortb Sixteenth street
MODERN KUILTTHRKK-3TLRY BRICK HOnsBf,
WITH T HRKK-SIORY ROK BU I LOT N(M,
Alho HOUSEHOLD FuRNlTUtiR. ROsEWO1!
PIANO. PIER OLASS WITH TABLH, BRUS
SELS AND 1NURAIN CARPETS. KlU.
. On Saturday morning.
Jrly 11. at In o'chx k, at No, 802 North Plxtennta.
Street, will benold. the modern built TIlnKK-HTtlttY
Ritic iv uuusk. wlib Three-story Back Buildings,
18 by 8, In good order: ttvocan remain on mortgage.
Immediately alter will be sold the Furniture, oon
s'stlr.g of hair cloth parlor lurnlture; roewoo4
piano, by Oabler, of New York; pier g'ai. with table;
walnut dinli g room furniture; 2 charabers furulsue;
Brussels carpet ou floors aud stairs: kitchen lurnl
ture, etc. Tbe house and furniture cau be examined
alter 8 o'clock on the morning of sale. 7 9 2t
c.
D. McCLFES & CO. (PUCCFSSOR8 TO
McClelland A Co i. Auctioneers. No. 608 MAIL.
KET Street. lt
LII'PINCOTT. SUN & CO., AUCTIONKERfl.
Ashurst Bnlldiug. No, 240 MARKET Street.
B
UNT1NG, DLUBOKOW A CO., AUCTIOBI
tl' TL I) 4-1 Una O) ai.fl O IA "U A D IT Vlt kiMa. mamI
r MUMM.K3 A WJi (gUi uu mttrm ill S X XA I'J A OVIVOIi. WWII
ner Of Buk street, fiucoesaors to Jo Lid B. Myer A t-
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOFSAFE8
LUM AND DIIY PLASTER
AGAIN SUCCESSFUL.
Brooklyn, May IS, 188.
Messrs. Marvin A Co., New York Gentlemen; Oat
Planing Mill, with FIFTY THOUSAND feet of lum
ber, was destroyed by tire last night, aud we are
happy to say your ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
SAFE preserved our books, papers, and money, la
excellent Older.
We want another and larger one, and will call Ots
yon as soon as we have lime.
Yours truly, SHEARMAN BROS.
This Safe was Red hot for several hours, and tiki
cast-iron feet were actually melted.
It can be seeu at our store. No. 28S BROADWAY.
A PERFECT SAFE.
mauyiits
CHROME IRON SriIERICAL
BURGLAR SAFE,
Will resist nil bnrglnrs' fmplciucuts for
any lciiglh of lime.
PLEASE SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR,
MARVIN & CO.,
riJLNCU'AL
r
721 CHESTiUTST.,
1VAEE1I0USES,
(Masonic Hall), HUIa,.
SOS llKOATDtV AY. MEW YORK,
10S BANK STREET, tXEVEIiAND. Oh
And for Bale by our Agents In the principal citlea
broughout the United States. t28tuths3iq
C. L. MAI8ER.
Si
HANtTFAOTOBRB OW
IRE ARD BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,'
LOO ITH, BELLHANUER, AND SEAXKS
LN BUILD IN Ci HARD WARS,
No. 434 RACK Btre
A LARGE ASSOIiTMENT 0? FIRS
and Bnrglar-proof SAFES on band, with Inald
doors. Dwelling-house Sales, free from daman)
Price low. C UANMIiiroHUlia,
65 pp. ai mn aur-v
DRUGS, PAINTS, ETC.
JOLEKT SHOEMAKER & CO.,
'. m. Corner of FOURTH and I'ACE HU.,
PHILADELPHIA,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURER'S OF
White Lead nnd Colored Taints, Tuttf,
Yurulshes, Etc
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
IKEMII ZIXC TAINTS.
PE'LERS AND CONSUMERS
SUPPLIED
ltf
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
STOVES, RANGES, ETC.
N OT1CE. Til E UNDEB8IUNSB
wou'd cull attention of the Pub'1"'0
NhWOOI.DEN EAOLE FU"NACH.
Thlsisaneuilreiy new heater. It is sooon-
siructed as to aloncecommeuo iiaen ' """ '7.1:
ben k a combination of wrougut auu r
It la
verv simple 111 Its constructiou.
aud la reriectly alr
UIHOI11 i V'".r: , ..- ir itrnnii In ha
J'tVi'-fit and cleSiied. Hs so .rrauged wild upright
kJL u. r2duM a lirgor amount of heat from the
Hues a to produce a i (lirnana now In una.
nf.lb II, 01 w -' '. - . . . .
rifiui, y .-.". ... l,a t. ttm t,vn.liw.al1 I.W
Hie b-t'grouieiric wuuiii Tif
niv new arrangement 01 iimira ''-
n oustrate thai it is tha only Hot Air Furnace that
"! Ur.a'co
wtiJldSo well to call and -aniO.eo.du Eagle.
Nos. 1132 aud list MARKET Street,
Philadelphia.
A Ian?", apsortment of Cooking Ranges, Hre-board
Cloves, Low Down Oralen, Veu.Uators, eto., always
""til Bl-Jobhtng of all kinds promptly done. 10
THOMPSON'S LONDON KITCHKNEB,
OK EL KOVEAN RANUE, tor ,E""''j'
Boiels.or Public Tiistllullous, in 1 wEN 1 r
DIFFF KENT SIZES. Also. Philadelphia
Barges, Hot Air Furnaces. Purtan e ji eaiii
Jow il Urates. Fireboard stoves, Bath 'lrj;
hole Platesv Boilers, doltlng Stoves, etc., wholesal
aud reiuil. by the U$R A THOMSON.
! 27 stu th 6m KoJttiS N.JSEOOND Street.
N
CRUMP.
O H
CARPENTER A'D BUILDER,
BlHMI'Ml NO. ia
LIIDUB fcTBKBTi
AN
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MO. 11 SB ClIAKHUX ""Ml.
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