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NATIONAL REPUBLl6iN. FRlbikoRNTNG. OCTOBER 5. 18UK.
FRIDAY MORNiyQ.i::'::::::::CTOBKB 5, 18C6.
Berioub Accident at a Circus. Oa Mon
day forenoon an accident of a very serious
nature occurred to Madame Mac arte at Pal
mer' circus, Chicago. A man had brought
to the circus a fine young horse which he
wished to sell, and Madame Mac arte, having
had the animal taken Into the ring, mounted
bun and cantered several times around the
circle. She then rose to her feet, and no
sooner had the done so than the animal,
frightened at the, to him, unusual and extra
ordinary attitude of his rider, made a wild
bound to one side, throwing Madame Ma
carte with terrific violence over a dozen
yard into the ring. She alighted directly
on her shoulder, and lay perfectly stunned.
She was immediately lifted up and medical
assistance procured. It was found that her
shoulder had been dislocated, and it is feared
she has also sustained serious internal in
juries. Panic in a Theatre. During a recent af
ternoon performance at McVkker's theatre,
Chicago, the gauze used over the flies on the
stage for the purpose of producing different
light effects, caught Are, went up In a puff of
flame, and some of the smoking portions
came down on the stare. Some of the audi
ence saw them fall, and shouted fire. Imme
diately the people were seized with such a
panic as can only be occasioned by an alarm
of fire in a crowded building. Men and wo
men rose from their seats and rushed to the
door. The passages were crowded with a
moss of human beings, fiercely jostling each
other, some shrieking, and all hastening to
escape from the building. The manager ap
peared on the stage and endeavored to reas
sure them, telling them that the theatre was
not on fire. His efforts and those of others
who assisted him finally restored quiet. No
one was seriously injured.
A Scene on tub Prairies A correspond
ent crossing the western prairies sends the
following leaf from his diary: "To-day we
ftasscd a lame ox, turned adrift to shut for
tself by some passing train. A floating bit
of wood In mid-ocean could hardly look
more hopelessly lost Not far from toe poor
beast I discovered a large white wolf,
frightened at our approach, sneaking off
through the grass. The rascal will be back
soon, with a comrade or two, and then wo
betide the poor ox. They'll follow and har
rass hun for a time, to ascertain his speed
and strength, and then, gradually getting
bolder with his heaviness, some will rush
upon him in front, while others ham string
him from behind, and then there is a tearing
of flesh, a snapping of wolfish jaw s, a licking
of bloody lips.
Ax old ladt named Martha Carson, aged
one hundred and three years, six months and
three days, died lately in Bibb county, Ua.
She had cut three sets of teeth, the last be
ing small and like a squirrel's. She never
took an active dose of medicine in her life.
Up to within six years she would walk two
or three miles with the greatest ease. About
eight years ago her sight failed, but when
he cut her last set of teeth, about two years
since, it improved very much. She was born
in North Carolina, but has lived in Georgia
for sixty jears. Her oldest son, William,
died in Louisiana a few months ago, at the
age of eighty-one or eighty two jears She
had eleven children, five of whom are now
Iv a fit of jealousy a man shot his wife
through the heart in Hardin county, Illmoi,
a few days ago, and made his escape though
a window. A daughter of the murdered
woman onlv eizht years old, roused by the
report, entered the room, where the appal
ling spectacle of her dead mother presented
itself, the life-blood welling up in profusion,
while an Infant lay quietly in her arm. The
little girl's first impulse was to rescue the
babe, which would soon have strangled in
the blood, und with it in her arms, and two
other children at her side, she started for the
houoe of her aunt, a distance of nearly two
miles, and reached there before any of the
family were awake. Here Bho related the
ThrCircis Dan Castcllo's great hum
bug of a circus has come and gone. The pa
pers had puffed it, and blowed it, until really
people expected something great. V'c at
tended, being complimented, and a more
insignificant circus we never saw. This is
our opinion and this is Shepherd's opinion,
we mean the opinion of Shepherd at the
market corner, who with Chandler, the pres
ent Richmond railroad agent, has attended
every circus that has been here for the last
It is estimated that this circus took off at
least 1,000 in clear profit from the town.
C 11 UIIC1 1 D1RKCTOUV.
The oldest CUb olio church la St. Patrick's, on
P atreet north, corner of Tenth atreet west, one
square weit from the Parent Office edifice. Rer.
J. A. Walter, putor, Rer. Father Kane, assistant,
6t Peter's Church, Capitol Hill, about three
iquaree from the aoutbeait corner of the Capitol
pound Rr. Mr Boyle la the paitor
Si, Matthew! Church, corner or Fifteenth and
H streete, a abort diitanee north from the State
Department. Paator, Rer. Charlea bite, D 1)
Rev. Mr. MoNally, Militant
fit. Mary's, (German,) on Fifth, near II atreet
Rev. Matthias Alig, paitor. Sabbath services, 10J
a m , and afternoon
6t Domlnlck'i Charon, on the Iiland, Sixth
treet, about equidiitaot between the canal and
Potomao river. Paitor, Rev. J. A. Bokel. USD,
atalatanta, Rer. N D. Young, OS Dj Rer J II.
Lynch, OS.D, Rr. II. P. Ralph, 0 6. D , Iter.
. C Call, 0 8 D.
St. Aloys I ua Thla aplendid temple la on North
Capitol atreet, eorner of I etreet, and near the
Douglas Hospital. Rer. Mr. Stoneitreet, paitor,
and three assistants
Church of the Immaculate Conception, corner of
Fightb and N streets Divine services every Pun
iay morning at 0 o'clock, Rer. Father McCarthy,
East Washington, Fourth atreet eait, between
0 atreet aouttt and South Carolina avenue Ser
ricea ai Ham, and evening Rer George V
Leeou la the paitor
Foundry Meeting House, Rer B Peyton Brown,
putor, corner of U and Fourteenth etreeta ber
vloea morning at 11, and eveolug
Wealey Chapel, corner of F and rlfth itreets,
Rer. Dr Ames, paitor. Services at 11 a ui and
7 p m
MoEendree Chapel, Massachusetts avenue, rear
Ninth street, Rer Wm Krebs, putor. Preaching
at II a m and evening
Fletcher Chapel la on New York avenue and
fourth atreet er Job Lambeth, paitor Ser
fleet Ham and 71 p m
Union Chapel, Rer J II M Lemon, putor la
on Twentieth atreet, near Pennsylvania avenue
Service at 11 a m and 7f p ai
Hyland Chapel ie on the Inland, Tenth, corner of
D atreet, two auuarea from the passenger railway
Rer. William Hamilton, D I) , the oldeat active
Treacher In the -Ultimo re Conference, la the paitor.
ervicee at the uiual hour, morniog and evening
Gormen Chapel Ii on Four and a hair atreet,
about two thtrda of the distance between the etna
and arsenal Rer J N Davis U the paator Ber
vloea at the uaual boura
Waagb Chapel, Capitol Iltll, la about three
aquaree eait of the Old Capitol prison Rev Qeo
a. Merkhem is the putor bervlcea at 11 a. m.
and 7i p. m.
Providence Chapel, Rer John Lighter paitor,
(temporarily,) la on thelllU, juat at the point where
the cars from Baltimore turn to ooute into Wash.
Ington Service every Sunday, at 1 a in and In
Pleopel Method'at Chapel, on M street, near
Nlutn Rev, W V Tudor pastor Divine service
Bkbbaih morning! and evenings
Ueiultoe Chapel, a beautiful home of Divine
worahlp, U now opened on the) oorser of Ninth and
P. streets. Rer. J. R. XOagar tutor, Services
t 11. o. Ud7 p, o.
Wealev CnhMi Minion, eorner of Ninth and B
it reels north. Paator. Rev. Mr. Bentley. Ser
vices on every Sabbath at It a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Chrlit Char oh This venerable edifice la located
on O itreet eoath, between Sixth and Seventh
atrtoti eut. Rev. M. L. Olds rector. Servlcss at
11 a. m. and afternoon.
St. John's Church, opposite the Pretldent'a
Hods, wu erected Id 1S14 Rer. John V. Lewll.
rector. Bervlcea at 11 a. m.., and afternoon. Re
opened November It, IBM.
Trinity Charoh, Rev. Mr. Keeling, rector, Third
and C streets. Sunday lexvloo at 11 a. m., and
Chnreh of the Epiphany, Rev. Dr. Hall, rector.
Sabbath services at 11 a. m., and afternoon.
Church of the Ascanaion, Rev. Dr. Pinkney,
rector. Sabbath service at 11 a m., and evening
uraoe Church (Island.) Sunday services at u
a, m., and evening. Rev. A. Hoi mead, rector.
rroiestant hipieoopai services every ouoaay ai
tornoon, (Rev. R, W, Lowrle In charge,) In the
Methodist Chnreh, eorner of Ninth and M streets.
The Church of the Incarnation, now being erected
on the eorner of Twelfth and N streets, Is designed
to bo ready for thla congregation daring the fall.
Sittings at present servlcea free. Hour of service
Evening services are held at Trinity Chapel, eor
ner of Sixth and N streets, on each tinnday, at 7i
p.m. The Rev. Mr Rolfe officiating aa missionary.
Rock Creek Church, Rev. Dr. Back, rector, near
Soldier's Uome. Service at 11 a. m.
Flrat Baptist, Thirteenth street, between Q and
II. Pastor, Rer. A. D. Gillette, D. D. Services
at 11 a m., and evening
Second Chnreh (near Navy .yard.) Organised In
1810. Services at 11 a. to and evening. Rer John
K btreet Chnreh, south side of E street, nearly a
square out from the Oeneral Post Office Rev. .
II. Q ray, D. D , putor.
Fifth Baptist, D street sooth, near Four-and a
half street (Island ) Putor, Rer. C. C. Meador.
Sabbath aerrleea 11 a m. and evening
Calvary Baptist, Rer. T. R, Ilowlett, putor.
oornerof II and Eighth streets north. Service at
Ham and 7f p m.
Baptist Chnreh, (old achoet,) on the second and
fourth Sundays of each month, In the Alderman's
room. City Hall, at 11 a. m and 3 p.m. Elder
North Presbyterian Church, on N, between
Ninth and To nth. atreeta. Rer. Mr. Fox, putor.
Service at 11 a. m and 3 p m
First Presbyterian, Four-and a half atreet, near
the City Hall, Rer. Dr. Sunderland. Preaching
to day at 11 a m. and 7J p. m
New York arenue church, Rer. P. D. Gorier, D.
D. Church Is on New York arenoe, betwiten Thir
teenth and Fourtoenth streets. Services at 11 a.
m. and evening
Fourth church, Ninth street, half a square north
or the Patent Office edifice, Rev. John C. Smith,
D. D , the putor of twenty-five years Service at
Ham and afternoon.
Assembly's, Rer. T. B Me Fall j, putor, corner
of Musachnsetts avenue and Fifth street. Services
at 11 a m and evening
Sixth Pretbyterlan, Rev, Qwrge II Smyth.
Services at 11 a. m and 7J p m. Thursday at 7
p m. Church on Sixth street, near Maryland ave.
Western Presbyterian church, on II street, be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets, near
; Pennsylvania avenue, First ward, Rer. J N
Coombs, putor Services at 11 o'clock, a. m , and
at 7 p to
Capitol II 111 Presbyterian church. Rev. John
I Chester, paitor. On Fourth street eut, between
B street sooth and Pennsylvania arenue Services
at 11 a m and 71pm
Presbyterian, Serenth atreet. Island, between D
and E atreeta, Rer. W W, Campbell, putor Ser
ricea on babbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p m.
BEP0BHBD PRESBTTSBIAR, (SCOTCH COVmANTBBS )
first, between 2i and U streets island, Rev. J,
M. Armour, putor.
HBTBODIST P ROTS IT ART.
The Methodist Protestant Church, on Ninth
street, between E and F. Tutor, Rer. D E.
Keeie Sabbath sen-lees. 11 a m. and erenlnir
Methodist Protestant, near Nary Yard, Virginia
i avenue, iter. iames inompson, putor. Service
Ham and erenlnir. and Th under erectors
Potomac, or North Wuhlngton, near Ilolmead's
old burial ground. S A. Uoblltaell and O Cox.
Services as usual In Metserott's II all, 318 Penn
sylvania arenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
commencing at 7 Ai, evening, Sabbath School and
Uible Uuses at V.ld a. m. beats tree
Uallgjl arvt kld In lb Qtroaan language
very i-undy at 11 o clock, a m , and 7 p m In
the chnreh corner or Sixth and N streets Rev. J.
Wuhlngton Hebrew Congregation, Eighth street,
writ side, second square north of the Patent Office
and Department of the Interior. Service Friday
erenlng at sumet, and Sabbath morning at 8 a m.
raiiKDS' uitTiia hocse.
Orthodox, No 453 North Ninth street, two doors
south of F street, west side Sabbath service at
Meeting House, North I street, (north side,) be
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets west.
Meeting every Sabbath at 11 a m.
Rer IMmund B Wllaon. of Salem. Maas . la ex.
pcted to preach In the Unitarian Chnreh, corner
u v ana oixm aireeie
German Evangelical Congregation of Trlntt
Unaltered Augsburg Confession, Fourth street
Aorner el Kstreet no rb Putor. Rer.
M Buerger Service morning, afternoon and
1 UermanJEvangellcal, O street north, eorner of
iwenueiu street wen, rlnt ward Rev. Samuel
. incxei, putor. bervlce 11 o clock a. m. and 4 J
I Evangelical Lutheran (Qerman) St. John's
Church, Four an J a half street, Island Services
every &atbain morning at 11 o'clock. Wm Frey,
St. Paul's, corner of Eleventh and H streets
west iter, j, u uuuer, putor. Services 11 a.
m. and evening Lecture on Thursday evening.
J Church, North Capitol atreet, between B and C.
j Pastor, Rer. Jabes (ox. Services at 11 a. m
I The Christian Church meets in the Supremo
Court room of this District, at the City Hall, on
the Lord's Day, tit 11 o'clock a m.
The Spiritualist Society will bold religious ser
vices In Union League llall, 481 Ninth street.
I YOCSO HEM'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
The monthly meetings of the Young Men's Chris
Man Association, (No 600 Seventh street,) for the
i years 16ofl-7, will bo on the third Monday In each
month, rlt May 21, June 18, July 10, August 20,
September 17, October 1ft, November 19, Deoember
. 17, January 21, February 18, March 18, April 1ft,
I and May 20 A social prayer meeting la held at
the rooms every Saturday evening, at 6i o'clock.
CHURCHES IN QEORUKTOWN
Trinity, (Roman Catholic,) near the College.
I St John's, (Protestant Episcopal,) Rev Mr
( Tilllngbunt berrices morning and afternoon
Presbyterian, Rer. Mr. Taylor, bervicee morn
Ing and evening
Christ Church, (P E ,) Rev. Mr Williams. Ber
rices morning and erenlng
St Alban's, Rer Mr, Chew, rector.
Metbcidirt Episcopal, Dumbarton street, Rer.
W B Edwards, D u Serilcca morning and eve
nlnrf Methodist Protestant, Congress street. Rer. M
h Kyiers and D A. bherman Services morning
West Utorgetown, (M. E ,) Rev. Geo. M. Berry
Services morning and evening
hi.iiooiml MUnon. bout a High street. Rer Mr.
ISrown Sabbath sghool Instruction and preaching
ciiuncnEs in Alexandria
First 1'reibTterinn, Her G. O McCampbell pu.
tor; service 11 a m and 3 p m
Second Preibyterion Iter J T. Lertwlch pastor,
servicer! 11am and 7u m
Mvtbodin Lplncopal, Rer. Joseph R Wheeler
pixui, itnie, u i in Bud I p m
Metbodiit Frieiopal South, Iter Mr. Langhorn
paitor, service 11 n m and 7pm
Methodist Protectant, Rer Heury Nice paitor,
service 11 a. m and 7pm
, Christ Cbarch, Episcopal, Rer. Dr MoMurdy
'pastor, service 11 a m and 7 p m
St. Paul s Church, episcopal, Rev G W, Norton
raitorj service 11 a m. and 4pm
I Grace Church, Fptscopal, Rev D T. Sprigg
paator, service 11 a m and 7 p m
, Baptist Church, Rer C. O Bitting pastor, ser
I vice 11 a. m. and 7pm
Catholic Church, Rev P. Kroes paitor, service
'Hi m and4p m
i rpius IS TO GI VK NOTIOBTIIATTIIE
eubicrlber baa obtained from the Orphani' Court
ui naaniUKion county, is me tsiairivi CI UoiamMa.
Ittltr ul alulaUtratlos to a on the peruana! Ui o(
buiau K iurl n, late of Waihlogtus, U C , dcMel
Ai tier' oe Laving' elalxna atfelnet the eald deeeaied
ate berer waruwa to exhibit the same, with the
voocbtr (hereof. In (he aLaerlbr. on or before th u
day of Octgbeiaext, they may otherwlae by law be
Otrea aaier n; bail thla W Uj of Oetober. lMfl.
03-1 1 viv Ixseator,
II 4 HOV All E ETC.
KvhhV AMH & U U . ,
WHOLUALK AID BRAIL
BfJILDIES', COACH, AXD CABIMIT HARDWARE,
BAB IRON AND BTIIL,
HUTS ARD WASHERS
Ae., Ae, Ac
SM PENKITLTARIA ATESUE,
901, 903, 90S C STREET,
3 AMD 87 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
WASHINGTON. D C.
SOUTH AND WEST,
FILLED WITH CARE AND TROMPTNISS.
CARRIAGE AND WHEEL STOCK
Coaitantly errivlnj from Factory, and sold at low t
PIPE AND SHEET LEAD,
COPPER, 2INC, Ac,
Boll at Eaatera Ratee and Shipped with DUpateb.
Constantly on Hand, In Bags andBalee
ROPE, CORDAQE, Ao.
PRICES CURRENT FURNISHED WEEELT.
JOHN R, ELVANS A CO.,
Washington. D, C.
4 T U A 31 H Hi 1 M .
CTAU LINE Or bTEAMSIIIPS TOR
kj NEW YORK. (OUTSIDE,)
LLAVING GEOROETOWN AND ALEXANDRIA
THE STEAMSHIP "THAMES" Captain -.--
R E. Swirv, wilt leave New York every 2"fiT7
SATURDAY at So'doek p in, and Wharf Baanniesta
No. 41 Water atreet, Georgetown, every WEDNESDAY
at 8 a. m ,topplng at Alexandria.
For freight or passage (havleg flrat'Claia acoommo
datioas) apply to JOHN F. ANDREWS, Agent,
No 41 Water street, Georgetown.
a B Shippers may confidently rely upon thullne
running regularly, an advertised, to accomplish which
one or more nret-claea steamers will be put on with the
TBAMRR LEAVES FOU
AT 10 i. M
EETDHD8 AT i4 P. M.
I IBS FOR EODMD TRIP, ,1 M),
(Oa third of IM. tmoaat for dm of Mount V.rDOa
WMblaito. i.a A1.zi.drU bolt. Lit. .tea pUct
..rf hoor from 7 . n to 8 it ra
Th In au.m.r WAWASET c.D bo ih.rtorid for
"" J TA KISWICK,
"77 an O.o Sup't P, F Co
OR NEW UAVEN, HARTFORD,
aritinuriKLiU, tne uunnECTlCur KlVaH, the
ITSRM txnd VlKUOSTRitt.RO.nfl
The flfat. ) laamBi'B nf lhla Una I.... Ia. Naa
Haven from Pier 19, Eaat River, dally, (bandars ex
cepted,) at 8 1A p. m Passengers go North aad East
from New Haven at 11 p m , or re mala on board over
alght wUhoat charge
Merer aadlse forwarded by dally Express Freight
Trala from New Haven through to Maasachosetti, Ver
mont, Western New Hampshire. Northern Hew York
and CanaUa Apply to FRANCIS HYDE, General
Freight Agent, Pier 23, East Klver, t ew York. epJ
QAFKTY, SPEED, AND COMFORT.
IO For BOSTON, WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCH
BURG, NABUOA, LOWELL CONC OKD, TUB WHITE
M0UKTA1N8 AND INTERMEDIATE POI&T3 Tbe
new and statute It eteamere of the Morwlih line, CITY
OF BOSTON and CITY OF NEW TOKK leave New York
dally, (Sundays excepted ) at 4 o'clock p m from Pter
No i8 North river, foot of Veitrr atret, for NEW LON
DON, there coDoeotlng with tne Stesuboat Express
Trala from the above p tint via Norwich aad Worces
ter, Boston and Worcester, Worcester and Nashua, and
New London and Northern Railroads Freight taken
at the lowest rates For Information Inquire of It 8
MARTIN, Agent on the Pier. ep.
rpiIE GREAT INSIDE ROUTE FOR
AVOIDING POINT JUDITH.
8TONINOTON LINE of Steamers, being tbvssfit and
quickest between Boston and New York. Tbe staunch
and splendid stsamer
PLYMOUTH ROCK, Cspt B Brtrton,
Oa TUESDAYS, THUUSDAYS and SATURDAYS
COHMODOUE, Capt E F. Cor is,
On MONDAYS, WEDNLbDAYS and F RIDAYS,
4l9o'clock, p m , from Pier No IB N srlh Klver
These boats are unsurpassed for comfort, otrength and
safety Stale rooms secured at the office, ller No 18,
on board the boad, tfo. 76 Washington street. Boston,
and at the Providence depot. Return ti alas leave
Boston at SUp m.
ap2 . M R SIMONS, Agent
170R BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
; FALL RIVER, by the splendid aad superior eteam
ere NEWPORT. METROPOLIS, OLD COLON T, aad
EMPIRE BTATK, of frs-t etreogtb and speed, b nlll ex
pressly for the navigation of Long Island Sound, run
ning In connect loa with tbe Old Colony aad Newport
Leave Pier 39, N. R., foot of Murray atreet, dally,
(Sundays excepted,) atop m
The steamer OLD COLONY, Capt W.Brown, eaves
New York on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 p.
ra , landing at Newport
The EMPIRE STATE, Capt B Simmons, leaves Tuee.
day, Thursday.aad Saturday, at A p in , landing at New
port A baggage-master Is attached to each steamer, and
accompaalss the baggage to Its destination
A steamer rune In connection with this line dally
(Sundays exoepladjfjom Newport aad Fall River to
For freight or pa sage apply on board, or at the office,
Pier 18, N. R 1 ta ssoare state-rootne la adTaaoe. to
PI 1 LITTLEFIELP, AfesJ, 71 Broadway.
It A. I L.ROAD8.
BROOKLYN AND JAMAICA KAIL
CHANOE OF TIME.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FROM AUOUBT IS, IMS.
LEAVE SOUTH Flit TIT.
For Jamaica. 7.43aoll015a m. 1S00. 9. 4.S 43 aad
ror uamps(ead,7 4i aaa iv io a m ,aaa s aoa p n
For tyoeML 10 13 a. to , aad 4 pm.
Oreeaport, 7 a m , aad S p m.
Leave Jamatea for Brooklva. 0. 40. T. 90. 8 13. 0. and
10 a, n. and 1,3 20, 4 9, aad 7pm
CoaaectliK at Eait new York wlta elly cars
Leave Jamaica. S. P. aid 11 a. m.. 1. 2.14. 3 90. 5. anl
iave aam mw ioik ior iuiih, ow, ni
11 10 a m , 1 , S 4 4, A i, aad I 43 p. m
The 7 41 a m train from Sooth Ferry conatela with
L.IHK exearsloa trala. D J MOLLOT,
eeM 8u pert ate ad eat.
CENTRAL RAILUOAD OF NEW
PASSENOER iND FREIOHT DEPOT IN HIWTORrT,
FOOT Of L1BERTT STREET.
Connects at nampton Joectlou with Delaware, Lack
awanna, aad Wmiki railroads, and at Eaeton with
Lehleh Valley railroad end It connection!, forming a
direct llae to P1TT6HDKQ AND TUB WEST without
chance of care
ALLEXTOWN LINE TO THE WEST
THREE EXPRLS9 TKAINS DAILY FOR THE WIST,
Eifpt Sundays, when one Iratn la the evening
SIXTY MILES and THREE llOOHfl laved by thla line
to Chlea;o, Clnelonitl, St. Louis, Ae , with but one
change of ears
Commencing Uey 11, IMA, leave New York as follows :
7wm Kirrtit for the Weit conoecte at Eaton
with train for Msach Chunk, WlIUamport, Wilkes
barre, MahaSioy City, Ae
Mall Trala at B oo a m for Flemlngton,Eatoa,Water
Gap, Scraatoa, Wilkeebarre, Great Bend, FUtitoa, Blag -bamtoa,Ae
9-00 a n, Western Ex pre for Eaetoa, Alleatown,
Iltrrl'barg, Piulnrg and the Wait, with but one
cbanse of care to Cincinnati or Chlcaco,and bat two
chenKfitoPt Loale Connects at Uarrltbarg with the
Northern Central end Philadelphia anl Erie roads, for
Corry and the Oil Rations
12 H)ui for Laton, Allentown, Maueh Cbnnk,Real
Uk, rotivUle, HarrlabarK, Ae
4-00 p m for Kaeton, Scranton, Great Bend, Bethle
hem and Unuch Chunk
A-oop ni for Somervllle and Flemlagton.
tt 13 p m for Somervllle
7,p m for Somerville
8 00 p m. Western Exprei Train, for Etnlon, Allen
town, lUad ng, Harrlibnrfr, Plttsbarg, aud the wil
Slenptng Care through from Jersey Cliy to FUUburg,
Tickets for the Went ran be obtained at the offlee of
the Central Railroad of New Jeriey, foot of Liberty
ttreet, N. K J at No 1 Astor Houie , at Nos 371, 023, aad
(44 Broadway 1 and at the rrluolral hotel
2D JOslAHO bTEAKMB, Superintendent
1 E A D I N O U A I Lit 0 A D.
IV GREAT TRUNK LINE,
FhuM PHILADELPHIA -luniUlNTAKtOROF PENN
MLVAN1A, THE 8i,UUYLhlLL, StJbQUEHANNA,
LUMBKRLAND, AND WVOill.NO ALLhYK,TUB
OKTII. NORTHWEST, AN1I TUB CANADAS.
BUMMER ARRANOEMENTOF PASSENGER TRAINS,
LeavloK the Company's Dpot, at THIRTEENTH anl
CALLOWhLL stieeU, Philadelphia, at the following
AI 7 30 a ni , tor Reading and Intermediate Stations.
At 9.13 a. m , lor Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsbnrg,
Potteville, Pinegrove, Tan.aqna, bonbnry, Wllllatue
port, Eitnira, Hocheiter, Niagara Fa.ls, Buffalo, Allen
town, Wnkesbarre, Plttiton, ork, Carlisle, Chambers
burg, llaifsrstown, etc , etc
Tnls train c nnucts at HEADI.VO with East Pennsyl
vania Railroad trains fr Allentown, etc, and tbe Le
banon Valley train for Hsrriiburg, etc ; at PORT
CLINTON with the Catawlssa Railroad trains for Wti
liaintbnrg, Lock haven, fclmtra, etc , at HAKRlMBURO
with Northern Cntrl, Lumbsrlund sIlfy.andbehuTl
kill and bustjaehsnna trains for NorthuinberUnd, Wil
lis mi port, York, Chambsrsbnrg, Pinegrove, ete.
Alt Ift.WOd BA1 nU9i
Lnsves Philadelphia at 9 30 p m . for Kendlnir. Potts
vllle, Harrlsbnrg, ete. eoonectlnf with Reading and
Lulumbla trains lor Lolautb a, etc
I.ses Readlaa at6a. m . stopplnx at all way sta
tions, arriving at Philadelphia at H M a. in.
Hemming, leaves rnuueipuia nop m. , tiikTH ih
Reading at 7 60 p n
TfuluafLtr Philadelphia leave Uarrlsbarz. at 6 10 a.
m , and PuttsvllU at 8 45 a m , arriving la Philadel
phia at lp ta Afternoon trains leave Uarrlsburg at
I 10 p ni , Pottsvltle at 2 ii p u , arriving la Phlla
deliliUal u ii p tn
Leaves Kvadlnir at 7 30 a m , aad Uarrlsburg at 4 10
r m . connecunir at aesaiua witu inuuon aceuuiuv-
dktion south at 0 30p in, arriving In Philadelphia at
Phiudeipblaat 12 4) noon, for l.odlug aud all way
tUttoua Leaves Ueudintrat 11 iOa u ,and Dowalnif
town at 12.30 p ui , for Ihlladelpola and all wy sU-
allthe above trains run da ly, Hnndtys excepted
6uudr trslnsUave P. nsvilie ai b m , ui Pbtla
ueltjlti m a 15 p iu Lve t titlauelphia for Reading
at S a U , returuliiK iruru neaiiug - V "
LUtoltrt VALLAl KAluKOAli
Passenger fur Downing town and lutertnedlate polnte
take the 7 30 and S 13 a ui , and 9 p la trains from
Philadelphia, returning from Downlngtowu at tf 33 a.
m and 12.30 noon
N1.W roliK JtZPRESS FOR ntTSBUROU AND THE
UavesNework at B a in. and 8 p m, passing
He J In at 1 1)3 and 11 fiJa iu and 1 4i p in ,audcua
ueLtlng at Uarrlsburg with Pennsylvania aud Northern
( enltsl railroad exj ress trains for Pittsburgh, Chicago,
Willlsmsport, Rlnilra, Ualtlmore, Ao
Keturulog, express train leaves Uarrlsburg on arrival
of the PeumyWuul express Iroia Pittsburgh at 3 and
8 03 a in and 9 13 p (it , paising Reading at 4 49 and
10 32 a in aid 11 3i p tn , and arriving in New York
at 10 a ni and 2.43 p u. bleeping crs accompany
these trains through bstweeu Jr.sy City and Pitts
burgh without change
A wall trln for New York leaves Harrlsburg at 2 10
p iu Alall ktraln for Usr.Uburg leaves New ior a at
"" SCnU'KILL VALLEY RAILROAD
TfAlns 1- Potteville at 7 and U30a ni and 7 13
p iu .retort IU '"n '1u(la at 7 33 a u and 1 40
"hTinilPLKlLL -W SUSQUEHANA RAILROAD
TVelae leave Attlu'Wi m for PI negro re and
Uarrl-burg, and 1 W p for Pinegrove and irsmont,
t"rnlng from HarrlsbuiJ at 3 A) p m , and from Ire-
moatetJ.SSa m '
Through Srat class tlckeie and emigrant tickets to all
tbe principal points In theNorth and"We.t d Canada
The following tickets are obtainable only at the oulce
ofU BllADiOUD, Trsasursr, No 227 8 Jouilh street,
Philadelphia, or of U A NltOLLs.Gei.eral boperln-
"Tu'mMPTATION TICKETS , A , A
At 23 per cent, discount, between any pvlat dt sired,
for fftWilles and Arms
Oood for 2,000 miles, between all points, 832 80 each,
for families and firms
for three, six, nine, or twelve months, for holders only,
to all points, at reduced rates
Residing on tbe line of tbe roJ will be furnished
cards entitling tbeuselvee and wives to tlckete at half
" FRLIGUT ""
floods of all dsicriptlona forwarded to all tbe above
point-, rroinlheloiKpuy'uewFrlfbt Depot, UKUAD
aad WILLOW atreeu
Leave Philadelphia daily at 3 Jo a in , 12.43 noon, and
6 p iu , for lUading, LrbanuU, Uarrlsburg, Potts ills,
Port Clinton, and an points bevond
Close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all places on,
tbe road and its branches at fi a in , and for the prlacl-
pal stations only s-t J 41 p W sslt-tf
"OARITAN AND DELAWARE DAY
On and after MONDAY, August 0, 1666, the trains
and buau or this coui any will leave as fullow I
atssluer JEiSL UOVrwiU leave Pier No 32 N R ,
foot of Duane street, at 10 43 a til , oonneetlug with
hxpreae for ivsd Bask, Long Itranch, Faruilngda.e, Polul
Pleassul, Hricksburg,aIsuol.ster, iota's Ulvr. Wood
mantle, BarngBl,(haiuoug,1uckvrton,AtsIon, Jackson,
and Philadelphia, aud all stations oa the taiudca aad
At 4 p m from Pier No 32 N K , and 4 13 p in
from Pir Ao 3 N. K , connecting will tralas for above
tolutsend Philadelphia and hirea train for Long
Fare to Long Branch on thla trala only 23 CU
Fare to Philadelphia on all trains, J
Ibefrolgbt boat leavusat 9 30p iu for all points on
tbe line aud 1 htladelphia.
HfcTlBVUU THAIMS LBAVI PHILADIH-HIA I
Express at 9 a 10 , Irow loot vf Ue sliest Fare to
New lurk, $2.
Way, Mall, and Express at 11 40 a. m from Cstuden,
arr vmg at New sork at 9 30 a m , and stopping at
freight at 913 p a , arriving In New crkat4
o'cl ck next inorolug
All baggage must be delivered In New York at Pier
No 32 as none will be received at Pier at No 3
ssl4 If WM N. L LAY I ON, Bnp't
CHORE LINE RAILWAY.
GREAT MAIL ROUTE
NEW YORK, PROWDfcNCE AND BOSTON
THREE DAILY TI1AINS,
Leaving New ork, corner of Twenty. evenlb street
aud Fourth avenue, at 9 a m ,12 13, 3 aud H p w
This new aud popular route Lttweeu New York and
Boston is by far the mut delightful belHccu tbe two
Kft cities, skirting ae It does tbw shores of Loug Island
bound and Narragauset Bay, bslug almost entirety free
from dust (tbat great annoyance to traveler) and af
fording a flue ss breese searlr tbeulire route
htlendid sleeping ears attached to all night trslna
MIS if BE bCHANTON, President.
BOYOE'tifLADIES' AND GENTS' IUE
CREAM AND DINING ROOM9, No 423 1'ennsyl
veuia avenue, between Four-and a-half and Sixth
The largest and coolest DININO ROOM, the most ex
tensive BILL OF FARE, and the LOWEST PltlCKS in
the city. TABLH BOARD, twenty live dollars per
month, with choice from BlU of Fare, and meals at all
Opea from 6 o'clock a. m until 10 p m
Ice CreemWater less, GoalsctloAiry, and choice
Fastiy coAslaatly oa htid. tali
AaiUNUTON, ALEXANDUIA. and
On ail after MONDAY, Kay 7 lb, ISM, ail itttl
further aotlee, Paaeeager Tralae will run between
was Blague aaa aiexaaana ae roliews
Mall S.6S '
Loeal BOO "
" 1100 "
" loop m,
Local... 0 00 a.tn.
Express S9A "
,,,., 1000 "
Expraea 6 90
SUNDAY PASSENGER TRAINS
ri WASntaOTOB I tlATB ALBXiUDBIA.
6 90 a.m. I Etpreis 0 90 a.m.
,, 6 90lp m. 1 Local 4 Wp. m,
0 A 8TSVENR, I Leaseea
W. J. rUKLPB, ( W. A. U , K, K.
ALTIMOBE AND OHIOIIAILIIOAD.
n siiiiupi it, ivw.
Trains hetweea WASHINGTON aad BALT1BI0RE, and
WASHINGTON AND THE WEST, are mow ma ae fol
Iowa, via i
Leave dally, except Sunday, at 7 00,7 90, aad 11.19
a. m , and 143, 4. 90, and 9 00 p m.
FOR ALL WAT STATIONS.
Leave dally, except Sudsy, at 7,00 A. n. aad 110
FOR WAT STATIONS SOUTH OF ANNAFOAIB JUNC
TION. Leave at 6.19 and 7 a. m., and at 143 aud 4.99 p.
a. dally, except Sunday,
Leave at 7 00 and 7. 90 a. tn , aad 4 90 p m. No trala
to or from AannpolleoaSnaday,
Leave at 7.90 a m. aad 149 and S 00 p. n
FOR WAT STATIONS,
Leave at 7 90 a an. end 143 end S p. m.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
Leave daily, except Sunday, at 7 90 A xa. aad S 00
Oa Baaday, at 8.00 p n only, eoaneetlig at Relay
StaUoa with trains from Baltimore to Wheellag, Par
Through tickets to the West eaabe had at the Wash
ington Station Ticket Office at all houre la the day, ae
well as at the Bankers' aad Brokers' Telegraph uflee,
343 Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and Seventh
For New York, Philadelphia, aad Boston, see adver
tisement of "Through Line, '
J L. WILSON.
Master of Transportation.
L. M COLA.
. J. J f m IIM
General Ticket Agent.
RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL-
road through by RAIL FROM WASHING
TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICHMOND AND
On and after FRIDAY, September 1, 1949, the tralae
oa this road will run ae follows t
Leave Washington at 7 a. m. and 8 90 p an.
Leave Alexandria at 7 99 a, ra. and 9 pm,
Leave OordonsvlUe at 11 SO p. m. aad L40 a,m.
Arrive la Richmond at A p to. and 6 a. tn.
Arrive at Lynchburg at 8 20 p. m aad 6 a, m,
Leave Lynchburg at 6 49 a. m and 7. 18 p. m.
Leave Richmond at 7 a. m and 7. 18 p m.
Leave Gordoneville at 12 30 p m, and 1120a m.
Arrive at Alexandria at 4 83 p m and 4 00 a m.
Arrive at Washington at 8 90 p m and 9 29 a m.
On Suidsyslenve Washington nt8 90 p m only.
Local freight trala leaves Alexandria at 4 a. m.( ar
riving In OordonsvlUe at 11 43 a. m.
Leavea GordonevUleat 1139 p m., arriving In Alex
andria at 8 m.
Through freight train leaves Alexandria at 8 a.m.,
arriving In Lynehbarg at 7 10 p. m
Leaves Lynchburg at 3 26 a. m , arriving Iu Alex
andria at 610 p. m
Passengers from Warrentou will take the 7 a, tu.
train eouth from Washington, and the 6 49 a m. train
north from Lynehburg
lassengers by the 6 49 a m, and 7 19 p. m train e
from Lynchburg, and tbe 7 a, m. aad 718 p m trains
from Richmond conneet with tratne-at Washington for
all parts of tbe North and West
This route has the advantage over all othereby having
a continuous rail from New Tork to Lynehbarg-, 403
It also passes through Fslrfax, Ball Run, Manassas,
Brlstow, Catlett's, Rappahannock, Cnlpeper, Orange,
and OordonsvlUe, where many of the great batUes of
the late rebellion were fought
Tickets can be procured In Adams' Express Building,
opposite the B and O R. R. Depot, la Washlngtoat
also, at the Depot, on Maryland avenue
Trains leave the corner of First and 0 streets Wash
ington W. H. MoCAFFLRTT,
J M. BROAD IB,
ocQ.tf Oeneral Passenger Agent
rpiIROUUII LINE BETWEEN WASH.
X INOTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK.
Wasbixotox. March 26. 1969
Trains between Washington and New York are now
run aa ioiiowb. vis
FOR NEW YORK, without ebanire of cars.
Leave dally (except Sanday) at 7 90 a. ra , and 9 20
FOB NEW YORK, ehsnttlnr ear .. ff'.ad el pbla,
Leave dally (except Sunday) at ,ie a. in , and 4.80
P m FOR PHILADELPHIA,
Leave dally (except Sunday) at 7 SO and 11 19 a, m ,
and 4 30 and 6 20 p xa
ON SUN DAT.
Leave for New York aad Philadelphia at 6 20 p m.
Sleeping cara for New Tork on 6 20 p. m. train dally.
Through tickets to Philadelphia, New York or Boston,
csu be had at the Station office at all houre In the day,
as well aa at the Bankers' and Brokers' Telegraph
Office, 341 Pennsylvania avenue, between blxih aud
be venth streets.
See Baltimore and Ohio railroad advertisement for
schedule between Washington, Baltimore Anuspolls,
and the Weal. J L. WILSON,
Master of Transportation.
L M COLE,
Oeneral Ticket AgenL
GEO 8 KOONTZ,
oe Agent, Washington
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS GOING
THE GREAT ATL1NTICBEA BOARD ROUTE NOW
OPEN AND IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
FROM MEW TORK TO NEW ORLEANS,
WILMINOTON AND WELDON AND WILMINGTON
AND MANCHESTER RAILROADS AND
To Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, Atlanta, West Point,
H-con, Columbus, Montgomery, Mobile, Meridian, New
Orleana, and all points houth and the Southwest
Tbe managers of this old-established and favorite
route, with a view to maintaining lu well-known
prestige, have thoroughly refurnished it with new and
maguiueent passeoger cars, all of the latest and most
spproved pattern, and built expressly with an eye to
health, elegance, aad comfort On all night trains lux
urious, palatial eleeplng.cars, possessing every modern
Improvement, well ventilated and replete with every
Through tickets aold and baggage checked to all Im
portant points South
Be particular and ask for tlckete VI 4 WILMINGTON,
N. C. By eo doing you aecure EXPEDITION, SAFETY,
For through tlckete or reliable Information, apply at
the Ticket Offlee, on the southwest corner of Pennsylva
nia avenue and Sixth atreet , or to
W. J WALKER,
J20 General Agent
EW YORK AND NEW UAVEN
Passenger Station In New York, eorner Twenty-Seventh
street and Fourth avenue
Entrance on Twenty seventh street
TKA1NS LEaB NEW YORK)
For New Haven, 7 00. 8 00 (Ex ). 11 30 a m 12 18
(Ex ), 3 00 (Ex. ), 9 43, 4 30 and 8 W (hx. ), p m For
Bridgeport, 7 00, 9 00 (Ex ), 1190 a ia., 12 18 (Ex ).
SOO(Cx), 9 43, 4 90, 8 00(Ex)p m For Milford and
btraiford, 7 00, 1130 a m j 3.43,4 30 p in For Fair-
fleld, SomhportBndWestport,7O0,1130a m 1 3 43,4 30
p m For Norwalk, 7 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 9 SO, ll 30 a m J
lllA(Ex),300(Ex)l349,490,330,800(Ex)p m For
Darleu, 7 00, 9 SO, 11,30 a. m 9 43, 4 30, 3 90 p m
For Greenwich, 7 00,9 30, It 30 a m 3 43,4.30, 9 SO,
6 30 p m For btamford, 7 00, 8 00 (Ex ), 9 30, II 30
a m , 1116 (hx), 9 00 (Ex), 8 43, 4 W, 0 30, 30, 9.00
(Ex ) p ra For Portchester and Intermediate stations,
7 00, 9. 30, 11 30 a m 3.43, 4.30, 8 80, 6 90, 7 00 p. m.
FerBostonvlaSinngfield,8 00 a. m (Ex )t 9 00 (Ex),
6 0) f m For Boston via chore Line, 12 13 (Ex ), 8 00
rm Fer Hartford and Springfield, 8 00 (Tfx ) a m 1
2 13, 9M) (Cx ), 8 00 n in iut Connecticut River
Railroad, 8 00 a m (Ex.Jjl2.lfip u to Montreal, 3 00
(m to Northampton For Hartford, Providence and
lsLklll Railroad, 9 00 (Ex ), a u 1118 p m For
New Haven, New Loudon and Stoalngtoa Railroad at
6.00a in (1113, 900, 800s m For Canal Railroad,
12 10 p m to Northampton For Uoosatonle Railroad,
6 00am ForNaugatuck Railroad, 9 00 a mi900p
m For Danbury aad Norwa.k Railroad, 7 009 iOs.ni,
1 90 p. m
Commodloua alecplna; care attached to 6 p in train
apa JaMES U HOYT, Superlntendant
ERIE RAILWAY. TRAINS LEAVE
depot foot of Chambers atreet, via Pavonla ferry 1
7oOa h .Day Express, for Canandalgna, Rochester,
Buffalo, Salamanca, aad Weet Connects at Buffalo with
Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Hallways, and at Sala
manca with Atlantic and Great Western Railway.
9 SO a at , Milk aad Way Train, Dai r, to Otlavtlle.
10 00 A at , Expreas Mall for Boffalo, Salamanca and
Dunkirk, eoaneetlng with Lake Shore and Atlantic and
Great Western Hallways.
4 00 p h , Way Train for Port Jsrvls aad NswLurgh
9 X)p h . Night Express, for Caaandalgua, Rochester
Butalo, Balamansa and West
6 00 p m , Lightning Express, Dally, for Canandalgna,
Rochester, Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, aud West
Connects al Buffalo with Lake Shore aad Grand Truak
Railways, aad at Balamaasa with Atlantic and Great
9.00 . an., Imigraat Train, Daily, for Buffalo, SaU
putmea, Daaktrk. aad Weet. "
BOOH J.IDDLR, Qea'l Bip'l, New Tork.
WM. X, Baa, Oaa'l Pass. Af'l, lev Tork. fcl-tf
AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
Combs a slag MONDAT, April 16th, 1966,
Trslaa far Rait Into re and WaaalaA-taa leave Phlla
delpklaae follows 1
4 18 sv m , Express, (Mondays excepted 0 11 48 a, .,
Ixpraae t 9 0f p m , Express and 11 00 p m , Expreas.
way seen Tram ror Dutworv siie. es.
TXAINE FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA,
Leave Baltimore. TUin. War Malt 1 9 SO a. sn . Ex
press 1 10 p m., Express 1 6 83 p n., Express 8.88
p. n , sprees
Leave Philadelphia for Baltimore and Washington
at 4.15 a a.,aedll OOp m .
Leave Baltimore for FhllsdelPhta at 8.23 p u.
Leave Baltimore ror new xorx at Bxop m
tnhlO H. F KINNEY, Superintend sst.
1QJ PENNSYLVANIA! Qfifi
lOUU CENTRAL RAILROAD. IOUU
TWELVE DAILT TRAINS.
Oa aid after MONDAT,OcTober 16, iseSMralas will
leave the Union Passenger Depot, corner of Waaallgtoi
and Liberty streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., aa follows 1
DAY IXPRESMnlly except Sunday, atlfiOa. .,
stopping at Johnstown, Conemaugb, Gauitiea, Altooue,
ana all principal stations, and maklBg direct sonnee
Hoac at Harrlsburg for New York, Baltimore, and Wash
ington, and at Philadelphia. or Nsw York, Bos to a, and
ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, daily except Boeder,
At 9.90 a.m, atoppUfat allragulat stations hetweea
Plttsbarg h aad Altoona, aad makla close conneetloa
with tralas on the Indiana Brush, West Pennsylvania
Railroad, Ebeaeburgaad Creaeoa Railroad, and Holll
PITTSBURGH AND ERIE MAIL, dallyexeeplSu&day,
at 7 90a. m (Stopping only at Conemaugb, Oallltten,
Altoona, and all principal stations, making direct con
neetloa al Harrlsburg for New York, Baltimore, and
MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Sunday) at
1140 a. n.ntopn.aT at all regular stations between
Pittsburg aad Harrlsbnrg, making connection with
trains on the Sbenaburf and Creeeon railroad and Hoi
lid ays burg railroad
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS, dally iliUpa, stop
ping at Latroba, BlalrsvUle Intersection, Johnstown,
Ooaemangh, Gallltier, Altceaa.HuutlBgdoa, Lewlstown.
MlBln, Newport, Maryavllle, Harrlaburg, Lancaster, and
Downlngtowu, At Harrlsburg direct connections are
made for New York, Baltimore, aad Washlagtoa, and
al PkUadelphla for New Yerk, Boelon, aad laur mediate
Klnta. Bleeping cars run. through oa this trala from
tUburg to Philadelphia and Baltimore, and to New
Tork by the Allentown route,
JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Sou
day) at 4.33 p m , stopping at regular etatlons between
Pltubnrg and Conemaugb, aad connecting at BlelrevlUe
Intersection with tralae ea the Indiana Branch aad West
. FAST LINE, dally, except Sunday, at 9 90 p m ,
stopping only at Cosamaugh, Oallltsea, Altoona, Ho at
lngdon, Lewlstown, MIOla, Newport, Maryavllle, Uar
rlsburg, Mlddletown, Lancaster, aad Dowalagtowa,
making connection at Harrlsburgfor New Tork, Balti
more and Washington, and at Philadelphia for New
York, Boston and Intermediate points Sleeping cars
ruu through lu this trala to Philadelphia aad to New
Tork on the Allentown route.
First Accommodation Trala for Wall's Station leaves
dally (except Sunday) at 6 80 a. tu
Second Accommodation Tralnfor Wall's Station leaves
dally (enept Sunday) at 9 40 a m
Tblrd Aecommodatlou Trala for Wall's Btatlou leaves
dally (except Sunday) at 3 93 p m.
Fourth Aecommodatlou Train for Wall's Station leavea
dally (except Baaday) at 6 03 p m.
Accommodation for Penu Station, stopping at all sta
tions between Pittsburgh nnd Pen a, at 10 90 p m.
The Church Trail leaves Wall's Btatlou every Sunday
at 9 09 a, xt , and arriving la Pltlshargh at 10.09 a. m
Betarnlng leavea Pittsburgh al 1100 p. bl, and arrivee
at Wall's StaUoa at 100 p. m.
Returning Trains arrive la Pittsburgh as follows t
Hall 1 Ma. m.
Fast Line 100 a. m
Flrat Walt'a Station Accommodation 626a.m.
Penu Accommodation.. 790 a.m.
Beeond Wall'a Station Accommodation 8 00 a. m.
Johnstown Aecommodatlou 10 06 a.m.
Pltuburgh 4 Erie Mall 1100 p.m.
Baltimore Express 1 30 p.m.
Third Wall'a Station Aceommodatloa ldp m.
Philadelphia Express... 2eu0p,ia.
Fourth Wall ' Station Accommodation 600pm
Altoona Aecommodatlou and Emigrant lOSOp m
An Agent of the Excelsior Omnibus Company will
paca through each train before reacblag the depot, lake
up checks and deliver baggage to aay part of the city.
Office No. 410 Penu atreet, open day and alght, where ail
orders for the movement of passengers aad baggage
will receive prompt attention
Baltimore express will arrive with Philadelphia ex
press at 1. 90 p. m. oa Mondays
NOTICE. la eaae of lose, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, aad
for aa amount hot exceeding 9100.
W. H BEOKWITH, Agent,
At the Pennsylvania Ceatral Railroad Pesaenger lie-
Ha( oa LlberlT aA WMblerton etreeta
H B W
THE CiMDEN AND AMBOT AND PHILADELPHIA
ANUTKbNTON RAILUOAD COMPANIES' LINhS
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
AND WAY PLACES
FROM WALNUT bTREET WHARF AND KENSINOTON
WILL L1AVB AS FOLLOWS, VII ( Fare
st 9 a. ra., vlaCaudeuand Amboy j.aod A. Ae.
At 6 a m , via ramden and Jersey CityNew Jer
sey Accommodation 2 29
At 8 a. m., via Camdeu aud Jersey City Morn
ing Express s.00
At 6 a. pi , via Camden and Jersey City 2d Class
At 11 a. m , via Kensington and Jersey Cltv
Express ,, 3 00
At 12 m , via Camden and Amboy C. and A. Ac
At p m , via Camden and Amboy G, and A,
Exprs.s 8 00
At 8 tp. m., via Kensington ad Jeraey City
Waahtagten aad N. Y. Expreas 8 00
it &,V m , via Kensington and Jersey City
-Evening Mall 8 00
At lllA p ta , via Kensington aad Jsrsey City
tToutfaern Mail 9 00
At IU (Night.) via Kensington and Jersey city
Southern Express 9,00
At 6p m . via Camdeu and Amboy Aceommo
datloa (freight and passenger )
1st alaaa ticket tH
2d class ticket 1 90
The 9 lip m Evening Mall aad the 1.80 (Night)
Son them Express will run dally, (all others, Sundays
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES
Leave Walnut street wharf al 6 and 8 a m,,18m ,
and 2 pm.
Leave Kensington Depot at 11 IS a, m. , 1 S3, 4, 30 and
6.43p m, aud 1180a. m (alght.)
The 149pm, llae runs dally; (all others. Son
days excepted, )
NEW TORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leave foot of Barclay si reel at 6 a. m and I p. m
From foot of Cortland streetat7,8, aad 10 a. m. , 12
m , 4 and 8pm, and 12 night.
The 9 p. m. Uae rane dally (all others, Sundays
W. H.GATZMER, A rent,
Philadelphia and New Tork Lines
PxttADiirxiA, Dee. 23. 1663. de3l
rpiIE "GIDEON PRINTING OFFICE."
ESTABLISHED IN 1903.
JOSEPH L. PKARSON,
GIDEON A PEARSON,
BOOK AND JOB FRINTElt,
No 811 Ninth Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Having greatly Increased the facilities of the above
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTINO HOUSE
by an almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
And the addition of several of the most improved
Is prepared to execute every variety of
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tn the case of Jeonee Johusuu, exseutor of Dolly Ann
Williams, deceased, tbe executor aforesaid has, with the
approbation of the Orphans' Court of Washington
County aforesaid, appointed BATOKDAY.tLe Istdayof
September next, for the final settlement and distribution
of the personal estate of said deceased, and of the
assets iu hand, aa far aa the same have been collected and
turned Into money j when aad where all Ibe creditors
and heirs or said deceased are notified to attend, with
their claims prenerly vouched, orthey mayotherwlse by
law be excluded from all benefit la said deeeased'a es
tate t provided aeopy of this order be published once
W-S ,0f M "! u Katioxal KxrvBUOAJ
previous to the aald day.
Tt1,l. ! 0 BOBBINS,
T ALTIMORE LOOK HOSPITAL.
ESTABLISHED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY.
THE ONLT PLACE WHERE A CURB CAN BI OB
TAINED. Dr JOHNSTON hu dlseovsred the tnoet eerteta,
speedy, aud only effectual remedy lu the world for
Weakness of the Back or Limbs. Strictures, Affections of
the Kidneys aad Bladder, lavefn alary Dischargee, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervoneaeaa, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion or Ideas, Palpitation
of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings. Dlmnsae of Bight
or Giddiness, Dlseaeea of the Head, Throat, Noae, or
Shin. Afectionsef the Lusgs, Stomach, off Bowels these
terrible disorders arlslag from the Solitary Hablteof
Youth these bbobbt aad eolltery practice more fatal
to their victims than the song of Syrens to the Mariners
or Ulyseee, blighting their mosl brilliant hopes or aitlcl
parlous, rendering marriage, Ae , Impossible.
Especially, who have become the vtetlaaa of Solitary
Vice, tbat dreadful aad destructive habit, which aaau
ally sweeps to aa untimely grave Ihousaadaef youag
aenofthomrst exalted taleau aud brilliant Intellect,
who might otherwise have entranced llstenlag Senates
with the thunders or elMuenee.or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full eoatdence,
Harried Persons, or Youag Men eonUmplatlBg mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debil
lly, deformities, Ae , speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously conlde on hie honor aa a gentleman, and
confidently rely apoa hie skill as a phycuiaa.
Immediately Cared and Full Vigor Restored.
Thla Dreadful Disease which readers Life miserable
aad Marriage Impossible la the penally paid by the
victims of Improper ladulgenclee. Young pereoBS are
too spt to commit exeeises from not being aware of the
dreadfal consequences that may ensue New, who that
understands the subject will pretsadRo deny that the
fower of procreation Ie lost sooner by those falllag Into
mproper habile than by the prudent. Bealdee being
deprived the pleasures of healthy offspring, the most
serious and destructive symptoms to both body and
mind arise. The system becomes deranged, Ihe Physi
cal and M ntst Functions weakened, Lose of Procrea
tlve Tower Nervoue Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpita
tion of tbe Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility,
a wasting ef tbe Frame Coughs, Consumption, Ae
OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FREDERICK BTRIET,
Left head side, going from Baltimore atreet, a few doore
from Ihe corner. Fall not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doe
tor's Diplomas hang la hie office
Memhe of the Royal College of Sorgeoue, London,
gradua from one of the most eminent Colleges lu the
United States, and the greater part of wboee life has
been spent lu the hospitals ef London, Paris, Phlladel-
rihla, and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
onlshlag curse that were ever known t many troubled
with ringing la the head and ears when asleep, great
iTvyiBiHi ii iitinwi pdboib sonaas oasn
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with a derangement of Ihe mind, were cured Imme
diately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE,
Dr. J. addreaeea alt those who have Injured them
selves by Improper ladulgeaee aud eolltary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for
either business, study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth. vlst Weakness of the
Back aud Limbs, Pains In the Head, Dimness of Bight,
Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nsrvoue Irritability, Derangement of tbe Diges
tive Functions, Oeneral Debility, Symptoms of Coa
sumptloa. Mmtailt The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to So
ciety, Self distrust, Love of Bolitudo, Timidity, Ae , are
some of tbe evlle produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages cau bow Judge what
ta the cause of their declining health, losing their vlfer,
becoming weak, pale, nervoue, aud emaciated, having
a singular appearance about theeyes, cough, and symp
toms of consumption
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice In
dulged lu when alone a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or nt school, Ihe effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, aad If net cured renders
marriage Impossible, and destroys both mlad aad body,
vuuniu mpyif luitavinmiwtj.
What a pltr that a rounr man. the hone of his conn
trr. the vrideorhls parents, ebould be snatched tri
atl prospects and enjoyments or life, by the eonse-
Suence of deviating from the path of nature aud la
atgtng In a certain aecret habit. Bush psrsons atusr,
reflect that a sound mlad aad body are the most a acce
ss ry requlsltee to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without theee. the Journey through life becomee a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to Ihe view:
the mind becomes shadowed with dspslr. and filled
with the melancholy refieclloa that Ihe happiness of aa
other becomes blighted with our own
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleas
ure finds he baa Imbibed the seede of this painful dis
ease. It too often happens thai an HI timed sense of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying
to those who, from education aad respectability, can
alone befriend him He falls Into the heads of Ignoranl
and designing pretenders, who, Incapable of curing,
filch his pecuniary substance, hasp htm trlfilng month
after month, or as long as the smallest fee can be ob
tained, and in detpalr leave him with ruined health to
sigh over his galling disappointment or, by lbs use of
that deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the coastltullonal
eymptome of thla terrible disease, each aa Affection of
the Head, Throat, Nose, Sklu, etc , progressing with
frightful rapidity till death puis a perlodto hie dreadful
suffering by aendlug him to that undiscovered country
from whose bourne no traveler returns
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
Themanr thousands cured at this Institution within
Ihe last elgnteen years, and the numerous Surgical Op
erations performed by Dr Johnston, witnessed by the
reporters of the "Sna,1 and many otner papers, notlcss
of which nppeared again and again bsfore the pnfalU,
besides his stsndlog as a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility. Is a snfilclent guarantee to tbe afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Persons writing shoald be particular la directing
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