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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1863.
X IUrilral Mississippi Krfltor Shot by
ltcbal for TtiliiK in Truth.
fVotn W til. Joteph (,3Ii.) L'ion, July i!h.
' In Albany, Uenlry county, on Thursday
night, Mr. W. It. lloyer, local editor of the (J rami
tilver News, whs Shot Ueiul bv V. A. lluudley.
of Cleutrrvlllo, lu the iiionI cold-moo led
maimer. From Iteputy HliorlU'Johu V, lUr
clay and Mr. J. B. lltDkley of Albany, who
rode all Thursday nluul ami arrived here yes-
hrday, we learn the following particulars of
unis nenuisn outrage:
For some time Loyer and 7Iunllpy have not,
been on good ternia. The dltllcuity grew out of
pollltwi diiiereirces, jsuyr ueiug a llHpuOiliuri
'JDd f.uudley a bluer, tiol-lioailed Ke'jul. Tuo
ktrirvdlate incentive lo the commission of tuo
ict, however, was the publication 01 a para-
irapn in ine xews, a lew nays bho, Blallug in it
wo young men irom Ueutryvllle had reoeutly
lsiud Albany with two companions, whom
hey bad palmed off at the hotel as decent
fcvomeu. Mo names were mentioned. One of
iliese men who bad thus Uisgrnced thoaisulve
On Thursday nigm Mundiey arrived in ai
anvbyihe back, at about nine o'clock. 114
inane several threats as to what be Intended
ho do. but as be bad the reputation of a blow-
kiard. little notice was taken of his remarks.
Ia I i 1 i t 4, m n'ulnnb an liii'ui ' .. a u 1 1 f I n nil n
Is tool, and but a few leet Irom the door, lluud-
flav nnlumil urn I Ir nil . 1 .. I i V . t-.. I u 1 it t f id 1 1 1 1 1 II
. ' J luii ii u , n i (s y. u u . , t m.i . l - i j ' ( . r ......
kuree or lour feel ol him, without speaking,
Id re w a revolver and tired, the hall entering the
uniortutinte man s bream, and kilting nun in
Htantly, The murderer turned upou bls,neel
and lied, tio one knows whither, though Horses,
leitgrni.li lines and railroads have been used
liberally in all directions.
tfoyer will be remembered by many or our
business men, as be visited the city some Iwj
weeks since lor I be purpose of soliciting adver
tisements for bis paper, lie was a quiet, gen-
Vu manly young man, not more than twenty six
years ol age, and was a general favorite Willi
ills acquaintances, lie was originally from
Ohio, but some time since was e iHorially con.
nected with the (irHiil City Kntcrprtse, VVor'li
crunty, and last lall removed lo Aloauy, lie
Hundley was an original Itt'bel. and has for
Vtome lime been keeping a drug sloie lo (Jenlry
fville. If the Lord ever guides the officers of
f justice In their pursuit of a luglllve, we trust a
special 1'iovldence will intervene lo bring tills
leinui miscreant 10 ine naucr.
Q U B A
The Ravaged of the Cholera at Havaaa.
From Havana, July 4. the New York t ribune's
correspondent writes as follows:
in a letter addressed to the Tribune in Janu
ary last a lew facts were furnished concerning
the malady then raging lu Havana. What was
then asserted has beeu verified within the last
two or three weeks. Bad provisions have, witn
the aid of warm, sultry weather and coutlnu-il
.rains, produced the same stale of things as then
existed; and to-day the nllioial nnuounceinent
is made in me ijiutio u.c la juw-inu ana uaccta
of the fact that we hi ve cholera In our midst.
The proper orders were yesterday expedited by
me Aiinianncmo or ine city, looking lo an ine
necessary steps to aid those who cannot tike
caie of themselves, aud to make repoils about
tbe sanitary condition. This is a species of
cholera that Is classed as epidemic or sporadic,
and not tbe real Astatic.
The Avvntumiento will do everything possible
to inillgste the ravages, Hut really our people
are ruoie aiarmeu man inignt do supposed
nnder the clrcutnstRUces. Yesterday, about 100
deaths were reported, aud this in a population
of i0, (:()() Is not large, Besides, no one knows
now msny 01 these deaths were occasioned by
vomito and other diseases. On one plantation
in ine country nnout iiduieu a week ago. and oil
another estate about hi). These deaths areclearly
traceable to bad provisions. Four or five died
lii a family, within the last ten days, in one of
our fashionable streets, but no other deaths are
reported from the same street. These people
bad been living blub, eating too much, and
what the (Spaniards would call mtzcluuo (a mix
ture, or various thlrjgs put toyettier.) People
who take care of themselves, eaving proper
diet, aud limited in quantity, enjoy good health;
and in this class no conipluiut is heard of siclt
Hess or mortality.
Ilaytl President S.latvs'i Preparation
ana i nittii.
ronT-AU I'RiNCE. Juue 11 Salnavo has sent
lo Cape Jlaytien bis soldiers from l'oi't-au-
rrince, anu brougni to tuo inner vue troops
which be bud in tbe former place, intending to
binder these from sympathizing wii b the peo
ple of tbe Capital, liesldes, be lias declared
tbat be will bombard the city before he will
permit any revolut louary army to enter it, and ,
witn mat view, lie pas una grenaues orougut 10
tbe National Fort. Ills two great, generals are
Telematjue and I.ublu. Sttluavocommandsone
of tbe lorts, Geueral Tclemaque another, and
General Lublu the third. Finally, Silnave has
informed ILe Consuls that if a single soldier or
sailor irom abroad shall disembark; with the in
tention of interfering be will not be responsible
for tbe coDBtquenees; for, probauiy, sliouiu
sucb an event happen there would be a geueral
tbroat-eutting, al least so fur us foreigners are
I.ham O. Harris. The Nashville corres
pondent of the Chicago 7 ribune eays: "Isliam
G. Harris ia practising law in Memphis. The
indictment against him for treason in the
'United States Circuit Court at Nashville has
inst been dismissed. Mr. Harris was Gover-
knor of the State in 1SU0, and probably did as
rmuch. or more than any other man to carry
Tennessee into the Kebellion. He is the only
man who ever served three terms as Governor
of this State. He is a tolerably fair lawyer,
but is much in the Andrew Johnson style,
and is evidently a great admirer of that indi
vidual. His service during the war wa3 con
fined to acting as volunteer aid to dilTereat
generals. He was one of the 'last ditch' men,
and iled to Mexico after the fall of Richmond.
In the Kebel colony of Carlotta, between the
City of Mexico aud Vera Cruz, he plied the
jack-plane and haunuer, aud built for himself
a habitation with his own hands. He came
back to the States last year, relying upon the
clemency of Governor lirownlow, who had re
commended Lis pardon aud the withdrawal of
the heavy reward offered for his production
Lefore the proper courts to answer the charges
of treason and conspiracy. Ha meddles not
with politics, but devotes himself entirely to
Lis profession, and shtiuks from anytliiug
The Ikbaa, of Tails, publishes the fol
lowing statement of sums still due by the city
ot Paris to various contractors on account of
new thoroughfares opened or in course ot con
struction, and which have to be provided for
from the projected loau: Rue Torbigo,
7,2GO,4(J(if.; liue Reaumur, itt.oi'O.OOOf.; Bou
levard lJaussmanu, fl3 50i).0Wl'.: line Ollivier,
3b',fj0t,0l'0l.; Rue des Rtbnes, o4,24;5,lKh;f.;
boulevard de l'Kinpereur, -",14,200i'.; i!ue
MoDge, '24,tiUS.8filif.; boulevard St. tiermaiu,
2-2JiW,2fHf.; Hace de l'Ktoile, l,7b3,(J2:)f.;
Rue Mi.uiletard, 17,&4.", 1 Mf. ; liuiilevard
Arago, li;,u7,b!:if.; Rue Lafayette, l'j.'iuO.
Ot'Ot. ; Abord de8 Halles, 2, 510.01 M)f.; lloule
vard St. Marcel. lo,.'22, l ist.; Uoulevard Ma
genta, 10,500,0001'.; Avenue Hosijuet, u',52ii,
750f.; Uue rle Rome, 0,40;"), h21f. ; line de Mau
benge, G, 4ri,37 r. ; Boulevard de l'Ahna,
2,34ii,420l ; Rue de la Miinieipalilc, 700,000f.,
foimiug a total of 4.":J 3:;o,on.'ir. "To this must
be added," says the J'tbuis, '-the sums which
have already been paid, for the above auiouut
is but a balance. For instance on account of
the Rue Torbigo 7,.ri00,0l0f. had been ex
pended piior to the ;'lst of December, lSijii,
which maks, with the bum mentioned a'love,
74,h40f., bei-ides the expenditure for J.5ti7. It
would not lie amiss to plane at the corner of
the new streets an inscription which, with
the names, should state the coat ot their
beveral Illinois colleges bave organized
an exploring expedition to the Rocky Moun
tains. The stoi k of thirteen lead;ps mining com
fstiieB in California has declined .",1101 mi; n iu
iti to.tv i J W .
H KM LOCK.
H KM LOCK.
lRftQ SEASONED CLEAR PINK. IQin
JLOUO. RKAHONKD CLE R PINK. lOOO.
CHWICK PATTERN PINK.
8PAN1BH CEDAR, FOR PATTERNS.
RED CEDAR, Aan"a
1CCQ JTLOKIDA FLOOR1NH. IQ(Q
lOOO. FLORIDA FLOORING. lOOO.
VI HO IN I A FLOORING.
FLORIDA STEP BOARDS,
1C(Q WALNUT RDM. AND PLANK. 1 OfQ
lOUO. WALNUT RDI AND PL. 4NJ. lOOO.
I OfQ CNDERTAKKK8' LU MBKIt. "I QiQ
lOUO. UKDi-RfAKKKH LUUuUt, lOOO.
WALNUT AND PtNK.
lWf'iQ HKAHONKD POPLAR. 1 Q(Q
lOOO. bKABONFD tlUilUlV. lOOO.
WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS,
lQfiQ CIOAR BOX MAKEIW 1QQ
lOOO. CIOA R BOX it A KKIW lODO.
bPANlrtil I KDAR BOX HOARDS.
FOR BALK LOW.
IQf'Q CAROLINA HUANTLINH.
JLOUO. CAROLINA H. T. HiLIJi, lOOO.
IQiQ CF.DAR HHINOLES. 1 Qf'O
lOUO. CYFRKWrtKHINoLKS. lODO.
MAULF. BROTH KR A IX.,
1 1 No. gfrm HOUTH btreet
NIT ED STATEIs HUILDEKS' MILL, NOS.
24, 26, and ii b. FlFTKJiNTli btreet.
ESLER jr BRO., PROPRIETORS.
Always on hand, made ol the Btt Beasoned Lnmbn
at low prices,
WOOD MOtTLDIKOb, BRACKETS, BALtTSTEBS
Newels, Balasters, Brackets, and Wood Moulding
WOCD MOULDLNOb, BRACKETS, BALUUTKR3
Walnnt and Aah Hand Railing, 8, tX, and 4 Inchea
M0ULD1NU8 lo order.
r0 FAMILIES RESIDING IN THE RURAL
We are prepared, as heretofore, to snpply families
at tbelr rcmutry ret ldences with every description of
FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, ETC.,
AL.HF.KT V. ItOKEKTS,
Dealer In Fine Groceries,
H 7irp Corner ELEVENTH andVINK Sta
C; "btELEY'S IIAHD KUBUfilt TUU88.'
No. l;7 Ul'.KSMUT htreet. This Truss cor
rertiy applied will cure and reutlu wliti ease tbe moil
dilliciiU rupture: always clean, IIkIU, easy, sale. nd
cunitortkbie, used it batblng, tilted to form, never
rusis, breaks, soils, become limber, or moves from
place. Nostrapi lug.Hard Ruliber Abilouilnal blip,
porter, by which the Aiolbers, Cot pnlHiit, and Ladiea
sullerlug wilb Female weakness, will tind rellel and
perleit support; very llpht, neat, and ett'pctual. pile
InBtriimenia Shoulder Braces, Elastic blockings for
weak limbs, Suspensions, etc. Also, large slock best
Leather Truues, half usaal price. Lady In attenii.
K&l'ATE OF ELIZA DEI II li. BIRD, Deceased.
l'lill.AOKl.eill a June 23. IU!(
Letters Tstamentary upon tbe is:aieof 10L1A
BK1 II 11. I'.IKL) baving been granted to the under
hiiiied. all persons buvlng claiiua against mid Slaie
are requested to prt sent tbeui, and tiiuse indebted
to mnlie iaj mfcut wilbouldelay 10
t'll KIssTIAM BIRD,
Kos, 605 and tio7 aHCII Street.
6 2il ffit PnUudelphli.
STOVES, RANGES, ETC.
N 0T1 CE. Til K UNDERSIGNED
wou'n cull atiemliin of tlie public to bis
HKW bUMlKN FAULK FUHiNA(!R.
c This Ib an entirely new healer. It, is so con-
structert as to aleiicecuninisud nseli uKueral lavnr,
ben g a conibinailou ol wrought and cast iron. Jt la
very simple lu Its construction, and U rerlectly alr
tlKbiisell cleaning, havmg no pi lies or drums to be
taken out and cleaned, ll Is so arranged wliti upright
Hues as to produce a larger amount of beat from tbe
Hameweicbt ot coal than any in mace now In use,
The bygrouietrle ccndliloii ot Ibealr as produced by
my new arrangement oi evaporation will at once de.
inoi.htrate mat ii Is lbt only Jlot Air 1'urnace tbat
wld produce a perfectly bealtby a'-iuosphere.
Hi one In wnntoi a comuiele Heating Apparatus
.would do well to cull and examine the Golden Katie,
Kos. 1132 aud 1134 MARK K 1" Btreet,
A larfjn assortment of Cocking llanges, Vlre-hoard
FtoveB, Low Ucwn Grult's, Veu.ilulura, etc., always
N. H. JotiblPB of all kinds promptly done. 5 10
Thompson s London kitchener,
OR hUtiUMlti KAKUK, lor Famines,
Hotels, or Public IiiHliiulloni, In TtVENTI
UIFIKHKNT r-lZKS. A Iho. PblhidelDhla
Hai'ye, Hot A Ir Furnaces, Porlahle Hraieis, Low
down Urates. Fireboard Mtoves, lJatn Hollers, Stew
l.ole I'lales, Boilers. UroklDg IStoves, etc., wholesale
ana retail, oy ine uiuuu'HiMiirern
MIA KHE A TI70MSON.
1 27 S tu tb 6m KoJitiU N. biCCONLl SlreeU
Baltimore and ofiio railroad
Train betwefu WASIUM1TON ANU BAbTI
MOUK. and WAalllNUlo AK1J ilia WteX are
iiuw run aatollows. viz :
Leave dally, except Kiinday. ul 7 ou, 7'41. and 12-30 P.
M., and 2'uu. and 4 n and 8 l.: 1'. M,
OH ALL WAY (STATIONS.
I.pave dally, except buuday, at 7 00 A. M., aud 2 no
and hN5 P. Rl.
lOlt WAV bTATION SOUTH OF ANNAPOLIS
J L'Nci itN.
Leave at 615 and 7 uo A, .M., ar.d at 2'(io aud 4-35
1 eave at 7'0fl A. M. and 4'3u P. Al. No trains to or
fioui Annapolis ou ttuudiiy,
FOll UAL I I MOKE.
I.pave at 7-4!i A. M., and 4'3 ami -4- P. M.
fok way stations.
Leave a 7-tr A. Id,, anil 4.311 ai d lj I'. M.
FOIt ALL 1' A K'lS OF Til K WKST.
Lfnve uallv, excein buturday and Sunday, at 7'45 A.
M.. 4 :tu anil K -15 P. M.
On Saturday at 7 4S A. M.. and 2-3 P. M.
On Miuooy at 4Mo and s-4" P. M. only, ronnectlnar at
lteluy station with trains lrcin llallluiore to Wheel.
llit:. Parkerllnrh', etc.
Through Tickets lo tbe West can be bad at the
WaMiinklor, Station Ticket nlico ul a I hours In the
day. us well as at the new clllcu ol the Hunkers' and
brokers' Teleg aph Line, No, 3is PeiuiNyivauia
avenu", between sixth aud Seventh hlreeLs.
For New York, rnllaili'lphla, and Uoslou, see ad
veiliHeojenl ol "TbrmiKb Line."
.'. L. WII!M)N. Muster ol Transportation.
.. M. COI.K, lleneral TiiHiOt Ahiii.
2 ?-'.t I UKUMIK S. hooNT, Aisent, WaaMuKton.
HI hOI'GIl LIMi ULTWEKN AVA'-IIISUTON
PlIli.AUI.Ll-H I A, ANON KW YORK.
IT.-Inn beiween Washington and New York are
now' run as follows, vik.:
FOK N KW VI'IIK, v. II bout chance of cars,
Lmve dally (except Sunday) at 7'4o A. jil., U'30 auc
7 p. il
Leave dally (except Sunday) ul7 4i und 1215 P. M.,
and 4-;u and H',.
Leave for New York and Philadelphia at 7 P.M.
si KFP1NO CA118 lor New York on 7 P. M. train
Ti' rough Tickets to Philadelphia, New York, or
I'.i.-iini, 1 uu be Imd at the iMHiim Oitice ul all hours
In tlie day, as well as ul tbe newollloe It Ihe Hankers'
and Kriikem' Telerupb Line, No. be) Penusj lvauia
avem e. between Sixth and Seventh streets
sie llali'more and Ohio P.:,irod advertlHpnient
and pchedule between Washington, .liaiiimora, Au
UHpOllS, Hid fie West.
J. L WJ i.so.V. Vaster of TraiiBi ortutlon,
1. M. IOLK, lleneral Ticket Ag. ill.
22Htl O KO e.MiON'TZ Aneni. H;,lngion
CARriiNTliR AND BUILDER,
NllOFM: NO. Ulit I.OD4;K STIti.l.T, AN
NO. 17 tilt 4. Ill JMT NT lti:i:T,
M PH I LA DELPHI A.
Ul.D-N PASTE AND SlINfi COMPAN'V.
A PbMe tor Rox uiak-rs. rlook bi nders, Paper
luingers, Shot make, s, Pocket book Makers, lllll
1-i.i.imis eic. Ii ill mil Hour, is clietp and alwavs
M w'y tor UK. liriti ii J ilj ip, encoil .V. Co.. Uevar
Knller. VMiiuni M nun, rlil udelphia 1 Inipiirer,"
liaii.tr Bros., Aiueraau 'Iract society, and others.
Sole aeuts, I . I, l-HAUIN A Cu..
t Nw. v XAJuiuk.jr4iKM a.tco..
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
H1K MIUOI.K KOUTK. shortest sua most
direct line to bnthiehem, Eulon, Allnnlown, Uauch
lihnnk, Har.leton, White Haven, Wllkeabarrn, Ma
hanoy City. Mount Carmel, Plttston.Mcranton.t'arlxin.
dale, and ail tbe point In tbe Leblgtk ana Wyoming
Coal Keg Ion
Passenger Depot In Phllalelphla, jg, w, corner of
BF KKS and AM KHIOAN Rlreeta.
t-UMMFK AKKANUKM F.N'l KLKVITN DAILY
TRA INejn and afWr WKUNKSUAV, May 1.7. 186S.
Pasaenger Trains leave the New Depot, corner ol
BK HKS and AMHUKAN streets, dally (Sundays ex
cepted). aa follows:
.At 6-46 A, M. Aocommodatlon for Fort Wash
At 7 45 A M. Morning Ki press for Bethlehem and
Principal Stations on North Pennsylvania Kallroad.
ronneeilng al lletblrimui with Lebigb Valley and
Lehigh aud Susquehanna Rsliroada lor Katton, Al
lentown, Catasauqua, Sltlniton, Maticb Chunk
Weatherly, Jeaiesvllle, Hasieton, White Haven,
Wllaesbarre, Klngslon. PIiisudu, Heran Ion. Carbon
dale, and all points in Lehigh and Wyoming Valleys;
also in connection wltb Lehigh and Mabanoy Kali
road for Mauanoy tlty; and wlibCaiawlma Railroad
lor Unpen ljanvllle, Mlltnn, and Wllllanispnrt.
Arrive at Maucb Chunk at I2'ii A. M : at Wllkes-arro
at 8 P. W i scranton at 4-ns P. M . at Mahanov City al
2 P. M. Passengers by this train can take the Lenlgb
Valley Train, lasting Xetblehem at litis A M. lor
Kastiin, and point on New Jetsey Central Ballroal
to New York. .
At 8-45 A, M. Aocommodatlon for Doyle town,
stopping at all Intermediate Stations, Passengers for
Willow Grove, KalDoro' and llarwvllle. by this
train take Stage al Old York Road. '
At mill A. M Accomui idatlon tor Fort Washing
ton, (topping at Intermediate Stations.
At Vb P. fil. Lehlch Valley Fxpresg for Bethle
hem, Allenlown, Maucb Chunk, White Haven,
Wllkrsbarre, Mahauoy City, Cemralla, Shenandoah,
Mt. Carmel, PI it hioii and Scranton, and all points in
Mahauoy rod Wyoming Coal Regions.
At 2 36 P. A!. Accommodation for Doylmtown,
stopping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers
take stage at Doylestown for New Hope, ana at
North v slei for miiiiney town.
At 8 lis P.M. Lehigh and Susquehanna RxpreRS for
Bethlehem, Kaston, Alientown, Matich Cbuna,
Wlikesharre, and Scranton. Passengers for Orteu
Vllle taae tills train lo Quakertowu,
At 4-15 P. M. Accommodation for Doylestown,
stopping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers for
Willow drove. Hatooro, and Uartavihe take
itagp at Ablngton.
At 6 (Si p. M. Through accommodation for Bethle
hem and all stations ou main linn ol North Pennsyl
vania Railroad, connecting at Bethlehem wilb Le
bigb Valley Kvenlng Train for KaBton, Alientown,
At 6 20 P. M. Accommodation for Lansdale. ston.
plDgat all Intermediate stations.
AiirsuP. M, Accommodation for Fort WaaUlug.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA,
Fmm beihleheiu at s uo A. M U'duNoon, 2 00 and
8-3U P. M.
11-611 A. M. and 2'fiO P.M. Trains makes direct connec
tion with Lebigb Valley and Lehigh and Simqimhauna
trains from Kaston, Scranton, Wlikesharre, Mahony
Passengers leaving Wllkrsbarre at 1-30 P. M. con
nect al Itethlebem at 6t)5 P. M,, and arrive in Pblla
del)ihlaat 8 30 P. M.
From Doylestown at 8-25 A. M., 6'00 aud 7'00 P. M.
From Lansdale at 7'Mi A. M.
From tort Washington al U-30, 10'45 A. M. and 3'1S
Philadelphia for Bethlehem atv.tn A.M.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2 i p. M.
Doylestown lor Philadelphia at 7'n0 A. H.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-30 P. M.
Fifth and sixth Streets Passenger Cars convey pas
sengers loand from the new depot.
White Cars ot Second and Tblrd Streets Line and
TJulon Line run wlibln a snort distance of tue
Tick eta mnst be procured at the Ticket oilice, In
order to secure tbe lowebt rates ol lare.
KLLI4 CLARK, Agent.
Tickets sold and Baggage checked through 10 prin
clpal points, at Mann's Xiortb Pennsylvania Baggage
Kxpress Olllce. No. loss. FIFTH street.
Ill LADKLl'HIA, W1LJ11WUT0N AND 13AL
commencing MONDAY, April 13, 1868. Trains will
leave Depot corner of BKOAD btreet And VASH
INbTON Avenue as follows:
Way-Mall Train at 8 3UA.M. (Sundays excepted)
for Baltimore, slopping al all Regular stations, con.
necliugwlth Delaware Railroad at Wilmington fur
Crlatitld and Intermediate Stailous.
Fxpie.sa Train aiuou M. (Sundays excepted) for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilmington,
Perry vllle, and Havre-de-Urace. Connects Ml Wil
li! I union w ith train for New Castle,
F.x press Train at 3;n P. M. (Sundays excepted) for
Baltimore ana Washington, slopping at Chester,
Thurlow, Liu wood, Clayuiout, Wilmington, Newport,
Stanton, Newark, Elklou, Northeast, Chnrlestown,
Perryvllle, Havre-de-Urace, Aberdeen, Ferryman's,
fcdgewood, MftKiiolia, Chase's and stein tiler's Run,
N in lit F.x press al 11-tHi P M. (Dally) lor Baltimore
and Washington, stopping al PerryvlUa and Havre-de-Urace.
Connects at Wilmington (Saturdays ex
cepted) with Delaware Railroad Line, stopping
at New Castle, Mlddletown, Clayton, Dover,
Harrington, Seatord, SaliBimry, Princess Anne, and
connecting at Crndit-ld with Boat for Fortress Mon
roe, Norrolk, Portsmouth, and tbe South.
Fahsengera for Fortress Monroe aud Norfolk via
Baltimore will lake ine 12,00 M. Train. Via CrlnUeld
Will take the H id P. M. train.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Leav ; Philadelphia at 1P00A. M 2'30, 6-00, 700,
and 11-1.11 daily) P. M. The 5 uu P. M. Train connects
with Delaware Railroad lor Harrington and Inter
Leave Wilmington 7-O0 and 8'10 A, M". (dally), p.
4-16 aud 7311 (dally) P. M. Tiies-lnA. M. Tralu will
net slop between Chester a nd Philadelphia.
FROM BALT1MORK TO PHILADKLPHIA.
Leave Baltimore A. M Way-Mall: -4n A. M
KxpreBs; 2 2o P. M., Kxpress; 6'3i P. M., impress; b 66
P. M... F.x press.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE,
Leaves Baltimore at 'h5 P. M., stopping at Havre-de-Urace,
Perryvllle, and Wllnitnglou. Also slops at
North-Kant, F.lkton, and Newark to take passengers
for Philadelphia and leave passengers troni Washing,
ton or Baltimore, and at Cheater to leave pa&sengeis
Irom Washington or Baltimore.
Through -tickets 10 all points weet, Booth, South
west, may be procured at the Ticket Oilice, No. 828
CHF'sNUT Street, under tbe Continental Hotel,
where, aiso, state-rooms and berths In sleeping cars
can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing
tickets at this oilice can have their baggage checked
at their residence by the Union Transfer Company
481 H. F. KKNNKY, SuperlnteudenU
TOH CAl'Jfi MAY VIA WEST JERSEY RAIL-
Jj lOAD. i rum loot ol MARK F.T Street ( Upper
ierry). Commencing Til L'lbbA Y , July 2, latiS,
Trains leave as follows lor Cape May:
K tin A. M Cape May Fixpress. due at 12-25 (noon).
S16 P M Cape May Pas-nyer, one at 7 li P M.
Kt'l UltMNU I.KAVK CAPK ISLAND,
6 30 A. -M., Morning Mall, due al lu'tui A. .M.
6 (U P. M., Cape May express, due al 8 22 P. M.
Sunday W ail and Passenger train leaves Philadel
phia ul '!6 A. M. iuiurLli.g leaves Cape laiaad ul
o-lii P. M. FJxcuiHlon Tickets. i.
Cape May ireiglil trains leave Camden d.iliy at
9'2u A. M , aud Cape Island al U lb A . M.
(.ouiHj illation 'tickets between Philadelphia and
Cupu May, al the lollowing rate:
Annual Ticke s, f n 0; yuurtt-rly Tickets, ('.0. lor sale
at tbe 1 dice 01 Ibe Cuoipauy lu Camden. N. J.
lbroiif4h Tickets can be procured at No. 828
Cbesuui siret I (under tho C utii.enui Hotel), wnere
1 1 ners cn alhu be letl for BaKgaue, which wi.l tie
ca led lor and checked at resiuuuces by tbe Union
'liahhier C( mpany.
WFSI JhltSKY" RAILROAD LINES.
For Bridgeton, talem. a lllvilie, Vineia ij, aud in.
ti rn.tu a e stations, al 8'tiu A. M. and 3 M P. Al.
1-or cape May, u uu A. M. and 3 Li P. M.
Wo( douy Accon modnl on tram al tj (HI P M.
lliulgeiou unu Saiem Freight Trlu IcaiS Caoiden
daily, at 12 (noun I
I ( u.muiaiion checks between Pliiladelplila and all
stklloi.sal 1 ecl 11 c ii rales.
WILLIAM J. sEWF.LL, Superintendent,
Jn'y 2. lS'ih.
PHILADELPHIA AND Da I. TIM ORE UEN
'1RAL HAILHOAD SL1 UMI'.lt ARUANorv
WENT. On and ailer MONDAY, April 13, Inss, trams
will leave the Depot, '1 11 1 H 1 Y-Fl KT aud CHK
NU'l btrtets, West Philadelphia, u3 ioilowa:
At 7-15 A.M. and 4-&u P. M., and lave il!cin(? Son at
b'16 A. M.and Oxlord at 6 A. M., aud leave Uxiord at
35 P. M.
A Market Train, with PaHsenger Cars attached,
will ronton TL FDA s and FlviDA -3, leaving the
RiNlng sun al ll'diiA.M.i Oxloro, 11'43 A M.; aud
Keunell, 1 P. M.: connecting at West CUesU-r Junc
tion with a train lur Pnl'uUeiphla.
Ou WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS Train
Uavts pulavdelpbta at M P.M.; runs througuto
Thed train leaving Philadelphia at 7.1B A. M. con
uects at Oxlord with dully Hue ot stages tor Peach
l:otlom. lu Lancaster cotiuty. lto.uruiug. leaves
Peach iSollom to connect at Oxford Willi Alleruoou
Train lor Philadelphia. r
The ttraiu leaving Philadelphia at P, M, runs
10 RiHing sun, Maiviaiiu.
lor 1 be same.
piULADELl'UlA ANU LR1E RAILROAD.-
FSMMER T IME TABLE.
Through and diret:t route belwi-eu Philadelphia,
Erltin.ore, itarrlsburg, W llllamsporl, to the -North-ueHt.fciid
iheurefl Oil Riglouol Pennsylvania.
I,l,iiAN I'SLK.hPINU CA KM on all Night Trains.
On anil alter MONDAY. May 11, 18, toe lialns
on tbe Philadelphia and Erie lialload will ran an
W KMT WARD,
liV.:n Train leaves Plinndeipijia
11-15 P, M
8 2U A. M,
. 8 60 P.M.
12 ( U uoou
8-..0 P. M.
lniiS A. M.
8 mi A. M.
6-M P. M.
7 46 P. M.
a rives al r.rie
Erie F;x.reu leaves l liiladf ipliia....
o l.-a-ei Wllllauisport,..,
arrives at 1' rle
F.lnilra Mali It avi s Philadelphia ,
it 11 le.-ives Willlatohport,....
ii arrives al Lot k Haven,
MauTrMu leaves F.rie
11 " arrives at Philadelphia.,..
Erie Kxpress leaves F rle
arrives al Philadelphia,
ll'UO A. M
1U-16 P. M
7 10 A M,
7 40 P. M.
, 8 16 A. M.
8 1) P. M.
Mull and Express connect with OH ( reek and Alle
cbei.y luvi-r Railroad, Uagkage clo'cke.l through,,
ALi'UKD L. TYLER,
only as liaggsne, and the Company will uot in y
be ri.M,oiislbie for an amouut exceed. ug one
r 'dollars ui!l cri be iu,a.
"REPJE RAILROAD. GREAT TRUNK
fc--. . ltota fhlladeipbla to the Interior of
hr,i2W?",lf'tn Schuylkill, Busqtiehanna, Com
oeriand, and W yoming Valleys, the North, North-p!.-
na the Canada. Bummer Arrangement of
rJHr, 1,r,n"t Monday, May 4, lsftS, leaving the
Ph7iHrtiSiiJ''i,.0.t, T""'nth and Callowhlll sweets,
ai imy f.' ! tf"1 '"""wing hours:-ft.?L'LWiXt'f,X?MMOUATION8.-At
730 A. M
tliwn. g "na u ntenneiie stations, and Alleu-
Returning, leaves Readlna- at tun V M arriving
In rlilladeiphlaatnop.M. TO r. M.( Mrmng
PenusvivaioA KAiirnui . . . , .
. ...I . i. - ' lot aiinuwwu,
rJLi- . A-counecta with the Lebanon Valley
I?' V2-SrrJb"?B','-l&i M Port Clinton with Cata-S-
r,,?,1!.1. rod.tr..1 rr VVllllamsport. Lock Haven,
r.,V.,h i t. a,t.,,,Hrri8,)Dr wllh Northern Central,
f.!ITC. i d Y,B,1,,y. "d Schuylkill and Susquehanna
hinherhi,f.lil,u",br,nd' Williamsport, York,
Ihanitiersburg. plnearove. etc.
ai 8 311 P. M. lor Reading, Pottsvhle Harrlsbtirg. etc.,
K.nnecilng with Reading and Columbia Railroad
tiawis for iHilumbla, etc.
POTTSTOW N Al-COMMODATION. Leaves Potts
tow n at 6'4ft A. M slopping at intermediate stations:
arrivwi In Philadelphia at S in") A. M. Returning leaves
Philadelphia al 4 3o P. M.i arrives In Potlalowu at 8' 36
P'E0 A CCf)MMOTATION Leaves Trading
f.t.,i,8",iAi" K,"B.t.0,,,,.,,"B l.al1 Wfty stations; arrives In
Philadelphia al lo lfr a. M.
Eetnrnlng, leaves Philadelphia at 5T8 P. M.: arrives
In Beading al 8 (Ml P. M.
1 rains lor Philadelphia leave ITarrlshnrg at 810 A.
M.. and l'oltsvllle al 8 45 A.M., arriving In Philadel
phia al 1 P. M. Alternonn tralus leave Harrlnhurg at
2d.j .P.M.. and Pollsville al 2 4o P. M.J arriving al
Philadelphia al 6'4A P. M "
Harrlsburg accommodation leavea Reading at 7-15
A.M., and Harrlsburg at 4-10 P. M. Connecilng at
Reading with Aittrnoon Accomruodailon south at
6'3ii P. M., arriving In Philadelphia al D ili P. td.
Markei train, Willi a Passenger car attached, leaves
PblladeliihU at 12 46 noon for Pollsville and a.l Way
Stations: leaves Pollsville at 7 A, M. for Philadelphia
and ail otner Wav stations.
Ail the above trains run dul'y, Bnndays excepted.
Sunda trains leave fntlsvllle at H-iil A. M., and
Philudelphla at 8 15 P. M.i leave Pnllaoelphla for
Reading at 8 8u A, M., returning from Heading at 4 26
CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers
for i.ow mi glown and Intern. ediate points take the
7'3(i A. M., 12-45 and 4 :tn P. M. trains irom Philadel
phia, returning from Dowulngtowu al 6 oO A. M PU0.
and r.'4r) p, M.
lERKlOMEN RAILROAD. Passengers for Col
lect vllle lake 7'c0 A. M. and 4 an P. M. trains from
Philadelphia, returning irom Collegevllleat 7-nl A. M.
andl8P M. Slate lines for various points in Per
klon.eu Valley connect with trains at Collegevllle.
NEW YORK EXPKHSS FOK PlTTsiBURU AND
1 UK WEST. Leaves New York at A M., 6 Oil and
8 00 P. M., passing Beading at 1 A. M 1 90 and ln-lo P.
M., and connect at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and
Northern Centrai;Raliroad Express Trains for Pitts
burg, Chicago, William, port, Eluiira, Baltimore, etc.
Reluming, Express Train leaves Harrlsbnrg, on
arrival of Peons , Ivanla Express from Phtsburg, at 8
and 6-25 A. M , 9 85 P. M, passing Reading at 4 4D and
7T6 A M and 11-40 P. M., arriving at New ork, lu-iu
and 11-43 A. M ., atd 6 on p. al bleeping Cars acom.
panylDg theBe trains throi.gh between Jersey City and
l'iltsburg, without change.
Mall train lor New York leaves Harrlsburg at 8T0
A.M. and 2'H6 P. M . Mall train for Harrlsburg leaves
New York at 12 Noon.
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. -Trains
leave Pottsviile at 6-80 H'lH. A. M., and 715 P. M.. re
turning irom Taniau.ua at 7 35 A. M. aud 1'40 aud 4 35
SIHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL
ROAD, Trains leave Auburn al 7-.o A. M.for Piue
grove and Harrlsburg, and at 12-45 P. M. lor Pine
grove and Tremout; returning Irom Harrlshnrg at
35P. M , aud from Tremont at 7'40 A, M., aud O'bo
TICKETS. Through first-class tickets and emi
grant tickets to all the principal points In tbe North
and West and Canada..
Excursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading
and intermediate stations, good for day only, are sold
by Morning Accommodation, Market Train, Reading
and Pott town lAcconuiiodatlou Trains, at reduced
Excursion Tickets to Pliiladelplila, good for day
omy, are sold at Reading and Intermediate stations
by Reading aud Pot to town Accommodation Trains al
The lo. lowing tickets are obtainable only at the
Olhceof H Bradford, Treasurer, No. 237 S. Fourth
si ree t. Ph lladelpbla, or O.A.N lcholls, Ueueral Super
Commutation Ticket at 25 per cent, discount, be
tw een Buy points desired, lor families aud Urms.
M lleage Tickets, good for 2i.no rui'es. between al
points, at f'i2'50 each, for families and Urms.
Season Tickets, for three, six, nino, or twelve
months, for holders only, to all points at reduced
Clergymen residing on the line of the road will be
furnished wilb cards, entitling themselves and wives
to tickets at hal fare.
Ext tire k.u llckeis from Philadelphia to principal
Btat Ions, good lor Satu-day, Sunday, and Monday, at
ret' need 'are, to be had oulv at the Ticket Oilice, at
Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets,
FRK1G1IT. Uoods of all descriptions forwarded
to all the above points fiom tbe Company's New
Freight Dipot, Bread and Willow streets.
Fieignt irair.s leave rniianeipnia aauy at rrm a.
M 12-46 noon, and 8 P. M for Heading. Leuanou,
Han isiiurg, Pottavllle, Port Clinton, aud all points
Mails c'ose at the Philadelphia Post Ofllc.e for all
pieces on the road and lis branches at 5 A, M... and
lor ibe prlncipul eiations only al 215 P. M.
BAOUAUF:. Duugau'B ;xp.esa will collect Bag
gage lor all tralus leaving Philadelphia Dep.il.
Orders can be left at. No. 225 Is. Fourth street, or at the
Depot, Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets.
pEMIaYLVAMA CLSTRAL RAILROAD.
fcilMMKK TIME, TAKING EFFECT MAY 11. 1868.
Tbe trains of ti e Pennsylvania Central Railroad
leave the l.tpol, atTHlRTY-UKsT anu MakKh;!
streets, whluu Is rr ached directly by the Market
Streetcars me last car connecting with eacn train
leaving Front and Markei streets ininy minutes be
fore lis Departure. Tbe Cne.Miui and Walnut btreew
cars run within one square of the Depot.
On stindajs The Market street cars leuve Front
and Markei streets thirty -live mlnules before the de
part ore ol each tiain
slet ping Car Tickets can be had on application at
the 'ticket cilice N. W, corner Ninth and Cbeauut
streets, and at the depot.
Agent" "' 'ho Union Transfer Company will call
for ami deliver baggage at tue depot, orders left at
No. ISil Cbesnul H eel, or No. 118 Market s.rtet, will
Mall Trail 8D0 A, M.
Paoll Accommodation, No. 1 In-oo A. M,
Fasti ine lion M.
F.ne Ex pi ess 1'K M
Puoll Accom. Nos. 2, 3, aud 41 (jU, 6 DO aud lo 3d P. M.
Jiarrlhinirg Accomuiodatiou 210 P. M.
lanca-ter Accommodation - 4 (ni P. M.
larkehburg Tralu 630 P. M.
( Incliiueil FJxpress 8ihi P. M.
P.r! Mail H'13 P. M.
Plillauelpliia F.xpress 11 15 P. M.
Accouiuiodallou -.11 '30 P.M.
Erie Mail leaves dally, except Saturday.
Philadelphia Kx press leaves dany. All other tralus
dally, except sunuty. ,.,,, A ,,
The Western Accommodation 1 rain runs dally, ex.
cent Sunday, lor this tiaiti lickeis must he pro
ciiMd and bnggage delivered by 5 m. P. JL, al No. lit!
Ma.kemreets. arr1ve ATlDKpQT, y
Clnclni atl Express !:!" A. M.
Phlirdeli Ida Express 7 It) A. M.
I noli Accommouatlou .o. 1 8 2n A. .M.
File Mti - 7 Itl A. M,
i'urketlicig Train 1" A. M.
l ust Line " 35 A, M.
I.ancasier Train l'-3n P.
File Express ' (' 1. t.
I'aoil Acci n.uioduiiou, Nos. 2 aud 3..3 luand 7 Pi P. M
i t.v J:.xprebu 5 '" !' M.
HaiilhLiiri; .ccou. iiicCullon a iy p. Al,
l or ft.ilii' r in t loaiion aoply to
ioi ri JQUS jj. Ai,i,KN. Ticket Agent,
Nr. Hill CHE'S NUT Street.
FR.iNt JS 1 UN i , '1 icket Agent,
No. Ilil MARKET Mreet,
SA MI'KI, 11. W A LLACK,
'1 icket A cent al toe Depot,
Tin- Peiuisylvanlsi Railroad C inpauy will uol as
siiu.e ai.y k lor Jiagnage, except lor Wearing An-
I hicl and iiinil in ir rt spoiiMbinty to One liuinlrtd
liolinrs in value A II ii;it;i.iine exciedint; that amount
in titue w l-l lie al the r ik or i tie owner, unless takeu
by (-1 tcitti cohtrucl, HiWaIIIiII. WILLIAMS,
4 2l General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
PIIILAPKLHII A, ( i F. H M A N T 0 W N AND
NO .ltl'l o W N HA 1 1. HO A it TI jlli; 1'AiiLiu
FOR wKR.MAN I'OWN.
L-sve Phlisdfipuhta, 7, 8. li-ui, lu, 1 1, 12 A. M 1, 2,
3'j. 3. 4. 5. 0, Id. 7 8 H, 1(1, 11, 12 P. M.
1,1 BVe (ie; loai low U li, 7, 7.', 8, 8 ".(., II, 10, 11, 12 A, M.,
1 2, 3 4, I '4 6, (i.'a, 7, 8, , In, 11 P. M.
Tl.e 8 2u i.own Train, aud 3'4 and Up Trains will
lint Hull ou tbt Grrn aniowu Branch,
Leave PhlUdelphiak1., A, M, 2, 7, K'' P. M.
Ltave Uerinanlown '., A.M. 1. ii Si P. Ill,
CHTNitp hill Railroad.
I.eavj Philadelphia 3, 8, lu, 12, A. M., 2, 314, ,r0,', 7, 9
ai d il P. M.
I cave Chtstnut II 111 7'I(, 8, 9-40, and lPhJ A. M., 1'15,
3'IU, b'41', 8 40, 8 4u ai.u 10 III P. M.
Leave Philadelphia b4 A. M. 2 und 7 P. M.
lmve Chestnut Hbl 750 A.M.. 12 4f, 6 10 and 9'25
J.UR rONSHOHOt KKN AND NORRISTOWN.
Leave 1 hiladelpbia b, 7.',, il, aud 11 uu A. Al, l,'a, 3,
4'. , IS'.,, i,', 8 Co BUU ID, P. SI,
Lt BVe Norristown 6 4U, 7, 7 50. 9, aud 11 A. M., Mi, 3,
Li ave Philadelphia A. M., 2 3n and 7 lb P. M,
Leave Norristown 7 A. M., 5 :n and t) P, M,
FOR M ANA Y UN B7.
Leave Philadelphia 6. 7.'. aud 11-05 A. W.,1,', 3,
ii,. i'ii. (i'a. 8 ca. aud ll1, P. M.
J ( i.ve Manajui.k -lu, 7,' 8-20, o;;, aud Mi A, M
Lf ave Philadelphia V A, M.,2', and 7 P. M.
Ltave Mkuaytnik 7.', A. M., 8 and P. M.
V. b. W11.SON. General Stiperluiendent,
Depot, N I Nl 'HamUytJi:NHlreets.
77ft THE BEST THE HOLY BIHLK HARD
J Ing'b Edltlous Family, Pulpit and Pocket Bible
In beaullful fslylea of Turkey Morocco and antlqus
blmlliigs. A new edition, arranged fur pbotograpUl
P"irall oi families,
WM. W. HARPING, Pohllsher,
t T..lrr 'A.rK','tr--At A.M., for Heading
qua, Sunbury, Williamsport, Filmlra. Rolihesler,
J?P!f? BllH?10' Wlikesharre, PllUton, York,'
'? '"'"'hurg, Hagerstown, etc. UU,IU '
1Pf?R"rOB NEW YORK. THR V MDEN
JTDO.AND AM ROY AND PHI LA D KIP HI A
A ND THENTMN RA I LROA I) COM "a N y UN K
FROM PHILADELPHIA IO NEW YORK AN!)
WHARFLACKa' WALNUT blKKttf
At 6 30 A.M., via Camden and Am boy Accommo
At s A.M., via Camden and Jersey City Kx
press Mall j)o
At 2 P. M ,, via Camden and Amboy Express... tlx)
At 8 30 P. M via Camden and Jersey C.ty Ex
Press g 00
At 6 P. M.. for Amboy and Intermediate stations.
At 5 80 and 8 A. M 2 nd 8-X0 P. M.. for Freehold.
At 8 aud 10 A. M 2, R-S0 and 4-30 P. M. for Trenton.
At B-ao. 8, and 11) A. M., 1. 2. 8 8'3o, 4'3ii. 8. and 11 80
P. M. for Bordeutowu. Burilngtou. Beverly, and
A t 5-:to and 10 A, M.. 1, 2, 8, 8 30, 4-30, 6, and 11 30 P. M
At 6 30 and in A. M.. 1. 8, 4 30, 6, and 11-Srt P. M. for
F.dnewaler, Rlveislrte, Rl verlMn.and Palmyra. 2 P.M.
for Rlverlon and 8'3() P. M. lor Paliuvra.
Al 6-3(1 and lo A. M.,1, 8, 4 30, 6, aud IPSO P. M. for
The 1 and 11 80 p. M. Lines leave from Market
Blreet Ferry (upper side).
FROM KKNWINGTON DTIPOT.
At 11 A. M.. via Kensington aud Jersey City, New
York Exptess Line Fare fl.
Ai 7 and il A. M., 2 ;tn, 880, and 5 P. M". for Trenton
and Bristol. And al ln-15 A. M. tor Bristol.
A 1 7 and 11 A, M., 2 30, aud & P, AI. for Morrlsvllle
Ed Tnllytow n.
A 1 7 and m is A, M., 2-30, and 5 P. M. for Bchencks
At 7 and ln-15 A. M., 2'80, 4, 8. and 8 P. M. tor Corn
wells, Torrlsdale, Holmesinirg. Tacony, Wlssino
mlng. Brlileshtirg and Frankford, and at 8 V, id. lor
HoUuesburg and Intermediate stuliotis.
lfHOU WKST r-lltt.AOIChPlllA UEPOT,
via Conneclli g RH wav.
At 9-30 A. M., 1 so. e an. ana 12 p. M. Nesr York Ex
press Lines, via Jersey City, Fie-p t l-2s.
At I A. M., Emigrant Line Fare, i
The 9 30 A. M., and " P. M. Lines will run dally,
A 11 others, Sundays excepted.
At -3o A. M 1-3H, :tn, and 12 P. M. forTreuton,
At U A, M 8 3D and 12 P. M. for B islol.
At 12 P. M. (Night), for Morrl-villa, Tullytnwn,
PchetiBk's.EdiUngton, Cor n ells, Torrlsdale, Holmes
hnrg, Tacony, Wlssluomliig, Bridesburg, aud Frauk
lord. For lines leaving Kensington Depot tnVnthe cars
en '1 bird or Filth streets, at Chesniiistruei. 3i minutes
belore dei ariure. 'llieca'son M arket street Hallway
run dliect to West Phlladelph a Depot: Cln'sniit and
Walunt within one stitiare. On Mindays llieitarket
si ret t cars will run tu oounect with me V 30 A. AL, and
8 o P. M. lines.
BELVIDEHE DELAWAKK RAILROAD LINES.
From Kensington Depot.
At7-0OA. M. for Niagara Falls, Buiralo, Dnnklrk,
Clnilra, Ithaca, Oweno, Rochester, BinKhamlon, Os
wego, S racnse, Great Bend, Moulrose, Wlikesharre,
Scbooley's Mountain, etc
At 7 On A. M aud 8-30 P.M. for Scranton. Strouds
burg. Water Gap, Helvirtere, F;ston, Lambertvlile,
1 lemlngion, etc Tue 8 3i P. M. Line connects direct
with the Train leaving Eitslou lor Alaucu Cuuuk,
Al 5 P.M. lor Lambertvllle aud intermediate Sta
tions. CANnV.TZ AND BURLINGTON CO., AND PEM
lik.111 ON AND HIGUTSTOWN RAILROADd,
From Market St. Ferry (upper side.)
At 8 A, AL, 1,4, and 6-15 P. AL. lor Alercbantsvllle,
Moorestowu Hartford, Alasouville. Haiuseorl, Mount
Ho'ly, Smltbvllle, Ewausvllle, Vluceutowu, Bir
mingham, and Peraberton.
Al 1 and 4 P. Al., for Lew'srown, Wrltjhtst.own.
Cockstow n, New Egypt, llornerstown, Cream ltldge,
Imlu) Blown, Sharon, and lllgliiutown,
Fifty pounds of baggage onlv are allowed each
laspenger. Passengers are prohibited from taking
any thing as baggage but their wearing apparel. All
baggage ' ver liiiy pounds to b? paid lor exfa. The
Company limit their responsibility for baggage to one
dollar per pouu 1, and will not be liable for any
amount btyond fitio, except by special contract.
Tickets sold and baggage checked direct throutrh to
Bosion, Worcester. Spriugrield, H rtford, New Haven,
Providence, Newport, Albany, Troy, Saratoga, L' lca,
Borne, Syracuse Rochester, Bullaio, Niagara F'aiis,
and Suspension Bi ldge.
An optional Ticket Oilice ii located at No. 828
C'besnnt strest. where Tickets 10 New York and all
important points North aud Fast may oe procured.
Persons purchasing Tickets at this Odice can have
their baggage checked from residence or Cotol to
destination by Union Transfer Baggage Express,
LINES Fr.OM NEW YO R K i'OP PHILADELPHIA,
Whi leave fr..m loot of Courlland street al 7 A. M.,
1 and 4 1. M., and 12 night via JerteyCity and Cam
den; st 6-K(i P. M via Jersey Cliy and Kensington: at
10 A. Al., 12 At., aud 6 P. Al. via Jersey City aud West
1 roni Pier No. 1 No'th Rl7er at 5-30 A. M. Arcjom
modatiou. and 2 P. 51. Express, via Aoib ty aud
Camden. WILLIAM. II. UATZMTStl,
6 15 Agent.
110UTE8T IiOUTli TO THE SiiA-SIIOttE'.
CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARR NOFMENT.
FIVE TBAlNa DaILY TO ATLANTIC CITY.
On and after SATURDAY, July 4, tral
ns will leave
VINF. street Ferry as roiiows:
Freight, with pa .Monger car attached
Fxpress (through In two hours)
Returning, leave Ailau.lc
t reigbt, with passenger car
Express (through lu two hours)
...615 A. Af.
....7-3(1 A. M.
...9 15 A. AI.
,2-0K P. M.
,-415 P. Al.
,..5-18 P. Af.
....4 2(1 P. M.
,.11-4(1 A. AL
...7-1(1 A. M.
,...5-60 A. M.
Junction Accommodation to Ar?o and In
tel mediate sia.lons, leaves Vine street 5 30 P. SI.
Returning, leaves Arcu BV6 A. AI,
Haddoufleld Accommodation Train leaven
Vine street ....ll)15 A. AI. and 2'00 P. Ar.
Leave Haddoulield IMu P. M. and 315 P. AI.
Sunday Mall Train to Atluutic,
Leaves Vine Btreet 7 31 A. AI.
Leaves Atlantic 420 P.M.
Fare to Atlantic, f 2. Round trip tickets, good only
lor the day and train on which lliey are Issued, il.
The Philadelphia Local F.xpre Compauy, Ni). 625
C II ESN U I Street, will call lor baggage In any part
of iho city and buhuios, aud check lo hotel or collage
at Atlantic City.
Additional i cket oflices have been located at No.
0:'5 cHE&NUT Btreet.
7 3 tf D. H. AIUNDY. Agent.
WKI C'llhSlLH A'D I'HILADELPIIIA
RAILROAD. SO MM H R ARRANGEMENT,
On aud after MONDAY , April 13, ltiho, Tralus will
leave as follows:
Leave Philadelphia from tbJ Depot, THIRTY
FIRST aud CHESNUT Streets, 715 A. M., 11 A,
M., 2 30 P. M 4'15 P. M., 4-6t. P. M 7 P. M..11 P. M.
Leave West Chester lor Philadelphia, from Depot
on east Market Blreet, at 816 A.M., 715 A. M.raC
A. M 1U-45 A. M , 1 60P. M..4 .U P. M.. P, M.
On and after Monday, Jure 15. an additional Train
will leave Philadelphia fur iloiV. and Intermediate
Points at 6'3u P. M.
'i rains leaving West Chester at 7-30 A. M and
leaving Philadelphia al 4 5u P. AI., will B. (J,
Junction aDd Media .only. P.issengirs to or irom
station between W est Chester and B C. Junction,
going F'.ast, will take train leading West Chester at
7-15 A Al.. aud going West win Hike tra'n leaving
Philadelphia al4oU P, il aud traualer at B. O. Juno-
' "fhe Depot In Philadelphia Is reached directly by
the l.t snut and a W a.uul nire.-t cars. Those of to
Market street Hue run wi In .1 o.ie sqn.tre. The
cars ol both lines couuect wl'.ii eacu train uoou Its
arrival. on SUNDAYS,
Leave Philadelphia ai 8 00 A. M. ar.d 2-on P. M.
Leave West Chester al 7-4 A..1. and 1 11 P. 21.
1 rains leaving Pliiladelplila al 7 15 A. M. and 4'50
P. M., and leaving West Cheater at Toll A. M. aud
4 50 P. M.,ponnect at B. O. Juni tinn with Trains un
P. A B. C. R. R., for Oxlord and Intermediate polnU.
Passengers are allowed lo lake W earing Annate!
only, as Baggage, aud the Con. t.'.ny will not hi Buy
case lie responsible lor an amount exceeding one
hundred dollars unless a spec. i contract Is made for
toes'. rue. HENRY WOOD, General dun't.
Philadelphia, April lat. ibt:3. 41i
TrltEIUllT LINKS 1-liU M.W YOIiK AND
J? ALL POIN'ls NORTn a d F.AST, and for all
stations ou Camden aud Amboy aud Connecting
Railroads, lrorw Waluut street wharf,
fvaiuoa is, l;st,K KA)S u iKlSt.A, ciI.
Freight for all way polt.u uu the Camdpn and
Auiiioy, Freehold aud Jamtso.irg, aud iinrliugton
I ii u n ly Railroads, 'or ward d at 12 o'clock Noon
Fur Treulon, Princeton. K illusion, lloi ky Hill and
all points on tlie New Jersey aud BelTldere Kll
roans, forwarded at 2!i P. M.
J-or New York,;at 12, 2J. and B P. M.
Freiglit received from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
A sup memorandum, specllvlng tbe marks and
numbers, shippers and cousnuees, must lu every lu-
, ........ L.A D ltl. OUh ll M.I Ol 1fll'llR.
VAL1 EH FREEMAN, Agent,
No. X S. Delaware A venue,
-TKaTx iKKHilir LINE, vH NOK T 1 1
X PENNSYLVANIA RII.ROAD to Wlikes
harre. Mahauoy City, Aloonl Carmel. Centralla. and
all points ou Lehigh Valley Railroad aud lis
By new arrangements, perfected this day. this road
Is triBhled to give increased deimich to meichaudise
coiitlgued to the above named points.
Goods delivered al the '1 h rough Freight Depot,
S. F, corner ot FRONT and NOilLri streets,
Before 6 P. M.. will reach Wlikesharre, MunulCarmel,
Alsiihiioy (. ily, audi lie other stations lu Mauanoy and
Wyoming valleys belore 11 A.M. of lb sueceeuiug
Ltlll r.tk AuhIiL
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
(my. 11 t'i 1
Till) ADAMS EX'HtKSSCOMl'ANY, OFFICE
No. b2n CHKSNUT Slreet, forwards Parcels,
packages, Mercliaudine, Bank Note , and Specie,
e.tner by Its own hues or In connection with other
Fxprtss I'cmpanlis, to all tbe principal towns aud
cit.es in the fl'nAM. Bi,perlutendent
C COTTON AND Ki.AX,
J01iui b A 1 L Dl'l'IT AND CANVAS,
' Of all numhei s and hranrl,
Tent Awnlnr:, Trunk, and Wagon Cover Duck.
Aleo p'mr Miiiiutsciniers' lirlor Felis from one 10
seveial Uol wide; Pan'i g.Bc' li ir sail Tl'e. etc,
sevtiai iut JOHN W. EVUIMAN At CO.,
U iSi, R'i JONE.' AUy
1'HOMAS A Kiiwt. ,r t
. B. FOUK1 H Btreeit
139 AND Ul
Bale at No 1302 n. Kleventh .i-.t
PI RPLI'S HOIIsEIIiilufi'RnItukk h 'r m r
W ALNUT BUFFET, H 1 1 ) K Ho n i sii
SOME WAX FRUrr. KLK( ANT lRU-Vici2"
INGBA1N. AM OTHER CAHPKrS.KlfJ
, On Monuay Alorning,
iii?,ri,!litt.-ln ,,,'cUk- hy catalogue, tbe Surplus
Jlruel.ol. Furniture, elegant catput. pi0. "uri"us
ov!n.yi,b8 Jtnjut(1 0n 'h morning of sals at s
OOIOllr 7 10 21
PAT.K OF BEAT, KPTATf, "TOOKH, RTD.
chid ' " 12 'clot'k na0l)i at ihs Exchange, will In-
lirl"'' No r'21' n',',k Hwelllng.
J, 1 t j 'i, a v-'iJV -V l h 1 ee Frame Dwellings.
THIRTY SEVENTH and CHE3SDT, 8. E car
ner. Valuable Lot. ' - lllCar-
deVctLKUT' eMl f Forl!elh' Brwn Btone Rosl
M ARK FT Nos. 3735 and H717, Stores and Dwelllnmi
HAMILTON, No. P.12.,, tlnck Dwelling """"OW-
i'S'Ei;,""!1. CA L,- vV H 1 L1" w- "or , Store.
WALNUT. No. 31 .1, Mod. rn Re-hlence.
l'OVS ELTOft AVENUE, Nos. HHi and 4UI4, Molern
I'l N E, east of Twpnty-thlrd, Larire Lot.
BROA I north ol Mi.n Is, Large Lots with fronts on
Park ami Thirteenth Mre t',
FRONT. Nos. 4u8 aud 4lu (North), DMtlllery, 1
ground BENTS s2-ss, .. 23 a year.
GROUND HFAT. .s a year.
GROUND HKNT. ls a year.
8 shares Philadelphia aud Southern Mall Htaiui
fOO rrliarcs Shtimokln Coal Company.
1 Share Academy of Fine Arts.
5 Shares Academy ol Music.
1 Share Point Btteza Park.
O hi. arts Coulter Cppr Cifopsny.
S'.iisbares Venango OH Company.
5i"sb8r9 sti ry Farm Oil Company.
CataligiitH now rtady. 7 lost
THOMAS LIR( II .V SON, Al CTIONEKR
AND COM M lseIO N 1 KHOHaNTs, No. 1UI
V H EsN TJT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Saiuoul si.
Pale at No. Fna North Sixteenth street.
MODERN BUI I.TTH RKK-S'1'GRY BRICK IIOXTSK,
Wl'IU THRKK-STORY B('K BUILotNOS,
Also n(UtEHOLD KUHNITUKR. ROSKIVOHU
PIANO. PlUt OLASH WITH TABLK, BltUb
bELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS. JCiC.
, On Saturday morning.
Jrly 11. at Id o'clock, at No, 802 North Hlxteenth
? !lf.tt',wl J ' beold, the modern built T II HEK-TDKY
BRICK HOUsE. with Three-story Back Buildings,
IS by 80, In good order: Jcflcan remain on mortgage.
Immediately alter will be sold the Furniture, con
s'sili.g of hair cloth parlor furniture; rosewood
piano, by Gabier, of New York; pier giasi, with table;
walnut dlnit g room furniture; 2 chamtors furnished;
Brussels carpet on floors and stairs; kitchen furni
ture, etc. Tbe house aud furniture can be examined
aner s o'clock on tne morning ol sale. 7 ! 2t
MARTIN IiEOriltaS, AUCTIONF.EHS.
(I Btt ly Ba.esmen b.r M Thomas A Sons )
No. 52 CH ESNUT St , rear entrance from Minor. .
I). McCLFES & CO. (SUCCESSORS TO
J McClelland & Co.), Auctioneers, No, 606 MAJJ.
K ET Street. lgj
HTlNCOTr. SDN A- CO., AITCT10KEEB8.
Ashurst Bnlldlng. No. 240 MARKET Street.
BUNTING, DUUeOKOW ,t CO., AUCTIOBTi
EERS, Nos. 232 and 234 MARKET Street, coci
n er of Bank street, Bucce.isurs to John B. Myers A H'l
FIREAN DBU R G LARTrOOFS AFE8
C. L. MAISERi
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
LOO ITH, BELL HANGER, AND DEALJtK
IN BUILD LNU HARDWARE.
J 5i No. 434 KAOB Btrxrt
ET) A LA HUE ASSORTMENT OP FIRB
EiSiS-and Bnrglar-proof SAFES on band, with Insla
doors, Irweliicg-huase safes, free from damsaes
Prices low, C. UANSENrOKUKB,
65 No. 42x V1N It straat,
DRUGS, PAINTS, ETC.
JOBEUT SHOEMAKER & CO.,
X. E. Corner or FOURTH and RACE Sts.,
IMPOBIERS AND MANUFACTURERS OK
While Lend and Colored Paiuts, Tullf,
AGENTS FOll THE CELEBRATED
FRENCH Z1XC TALMS.
DELEtl9 AND CONSUMERS SUPPLIED
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. 8 16 tf
OK KICK ASI51ANT QUAR1ERMA3TKR
UNITED STATES ARM V, No. 113K G1RAR0
Pmi.ABEl.PHlA, July 3, 1868.
Will be fold at public auuiiou. on SA 1'UUDaY, the
11th Instant, al 11 o'clock, A. M., on the premlsea
lately occupied by Hie Army Men leal Department,
situate on ine west Bide of sixth street, ahove Oxlord,
In this c ly, all the Idin-es, sheds, and materials erected
thereon by the United States.
'1 he above-nunied materials will be sold In one lot,
and 1 he purchaser wl 1 he allowed until the aim to
remove the sume, alter which dale the ground on
which they are situated will be turned over to the
TERMS. Ten per cent, of the purchase money to
be paid lu rash i t the time of acceptance of bid;
ta'ance 10 ue pmo wnuui live aays.
Any additional tiifonnailou desired will be fur
nished by the undersigned.
F. J. CRILLY,
7 6 fit Bvt. Col and A. Q. M, u. s. Army.
OATK OK CONDEMNED fcUBSISTENCK
n s'i ores.
Umtii (.iiifct CoMMrnsART of SnnsrsTESOH,
'OMMrPHART OF SnnsrSTESOH,
DlSTHK 1 INOIAN 1'ttiiKrrOHY. -
FoaT Giiixin , C N.. Juno 11, J
At public and Ion, al Fo't GHison. Cherokee Na Ion.
on ti e l.i'hdayoi Juiy,18.,s al 8 o'clock, A, M., cou
IHi barrels of Flonr.
fiuii pounns of Soda Crsekers.
HiaMous Ci cumber l'u kles
470 gallons t 'aljhage und Onion Plcklee,
ln gallons Mixed Pickles.
'i:nt gallous Unions.
816 gallons batter Kraut.
The above siuioa to be sold without reierve, to th
bighesi b dder.
'l erms-Cssh. In Government lunrts, on day of sale.
Ti.e MiccesHiul bidders to remove btores within
twenty. four hours.
By order ol Mnior Oenoral Shprlean.
A. '. ROCK WEIL,
Brevet l.lent -Col. A u W . U. 8. A.,
6 20 fit tin lei ij. M. and C. s.. Idst. Ind. Ter
OALE OK Ci)MKMNEj) QL'AKTEIt jlA9
D TER'S PKOPEKTY.
OtnC'lt ClIIKK QllARTKRMASTKR,
Disi aicr ok tii k I n in an Tkkkitukit, J-F'oktGiii.-xin,
C. N June ll. 1803 )
At Pub'lc Auction, at Fort Gibson. Cherokee Na
tion diesMIng 01 llosplutl and oilier T-nw, Cloihlng,
ii.unkels. Ilsu.ets, Army Wagons, Wagon Covers,
Coikiig Ulensils, Flaus, and numerous other artf.
t ies, ail 10 Liesuld without reserve to iho highest
Sale to take plnce at Fort Gibson, 0. N on tbe 15lb
diiv of July, Iht.s ai h o'clock A.M.
'i'ernis lash, lu Government funds, to be paid on
day ol sale. .....
suciesi-iul bidders to remove Btores within twenty
By o.der o Mnjor-GeneraAShterldan.KwELL
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, A. U. M., U. S. A.,
6 20 tit ChlelU M.. District lndiun Territory.
Gl .V 8 FIXTURE S.
r MISKEY, MERRILL & THAOKARA.
No. 71 CHESNUT Btreet,
manolactnrers of Gas Flxtuies, Lamps, eto., eto.;
would call tbe attention of the public to their large ana
elegant assortment ot Uas Chandellera, Peudanta,
Brackets, etc. They also Introduce gas-pipes into
dwell iuks aud public buildings, and attend to extend
ing, aiurlng. and repairing gus-plpes,
All work warranted. 11 11
C" O R N K X O H A N U E
J RAO MANUFACIORY.
JOHN T. IIAILKY di C O.,
N, E. corner of MARKET aud WATER etroeta,
DEALERS IN BAGS 4ND BAOGINQ
(if every di scrlplion, for
Grain, Flour, ball, Super-Phosphate of Lime, Bona
Large and small GUNNY BAGS constantly on band,
I it'.' A Iso, v OOL 6AIHH.
Ji ns T. BAlLinf Jamkh Cahcapkn.
W"lL" L I A M ti. (iTlTA-IT f,
Nf. 8 8. DELAWARE Avenue, Philadelphia,
AO I NT KIK
Dnpont's Oniipowder, Helmed Nitre. Charoal, Eto;
V. 1'i'kf r A Co. 'a chocolate Cocu. a id Krouia.
Crrrger, Bros. A Co,' Yellow MeUl bUfallilng,