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TUB DAILY EYEN1NQ mKOnArH, HnXADEtPUU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 186L
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1864. (iMpaln ftnllliisr np flitj Blvvr rytwltja to Attvad tbc Namnm 4f Mark Aa- BY HIM MABTHA M Wht mnRlc tislon steal npononr ft-Tit, And olldus along some ethereal pri' ' . . But murk ! nor n.cnk ! I-o ? there it conif giO I Ah no) 'Us not a dr am ! 'lid not drvnm, . 'or ow a gniler grncefnl dmh lrnj Aad kims the wat. ru like Km 1 he silken sails, of pnrple Due, .... Whilct 'round the tW' P lhe br'ht waves enrl. , ,,, , ... Hweet music breaks upon In en. hnntpd air. Far o'er the wa. in sonfri of glatlncss there. Heicrtcd Tarmu' nivtlnd" line the shore. To we wbat mortiii cje ne cr mot liotorc. 1 elected, sad, unguarded and alone, rond Ant'a.r at upon his crimson throne. And now, loud shouts, huzzas, and ilrufnltip cheer, Arrmt th'amaz'd Triumvir's jealous ear. Ji reeilmsn quick proclaims "With gntnd dis play, A noble ship majestic wcnils her way ; Above, proud Kg'ypt's royal e Llpns fly. And seem to threaten e'en the very sky. The gorgeous tn.bl. tns which full high a.lvaiKC, blu bright like meteors in iln irairy dance; As graceful now they float on wings of wind, jKium marts with icnell'd biazoniT entwin'd And gems anil golden lustre's ri. bent phase, That might the very gods themselves amaze. The melting music steals as t'rum the sky, Whose soltcn'd tones upon the Cymlus die; fttnooth flow the wave the tepbyrsffently ilay, For beauty smiles ami all the world Is giy. Tbe joyous billows baste to shnre the Miss-, And greet tbe silver oars, with eager kis: In gladness then, they frolic on their way, Succeeding waves, the whilo their homage pay. Aloft in glorious state, with graceful tuien, Reclines the lirnve, the great Egyptian qu.-cn ; Knthron'd In clouds of darkling, uxiMen light, As Venus comes, to cipiiv ite at siicht. Her brow, with gllu'ring, jewcll'd eircict Niiind, Whilst fairy nymphs in gi:idnc lilt a'ound, Transparent lorms, unfit for mortal sight, Their glitt'ring iKxlies half dissolT'd in light, To golden lyres sweet echo sines aculn. And syrens answer from the sparkling main. Fair Elfs and Naiads dance around ber throne, Yet ev'ry eye is flx'd on her alone. As to their Dole true mainiets ever lean, So turn all heart to th's, their splendid Queen. Id pomp and glory now the galley glides, Departing sunbeams tremble on the tidea ; Rwett Orphean notes re-echo through tha uir, proclaiming Cleopatra't telf is there." HALT A CENTURY OF MUSICIANS. Keseollect Insist or Henry FhlllliN. Mr. Henry FhllUps is a well-known English ingcr, who has been many years before the pub lic, and has Just printed an interesting volume of . gossip concerning the musicians he has met dur ing bis career, and also concerning his own ad ventures. Mr. Phillips' father was, we are told, a gentleman by birth, and admitted a barrister, with tbe advantage of a private fortune to sup port him on the uphill way of bis profession, lint he wns stage-struck, and suffered accord inglythrew np his profession and became the "Macbeth," "llamlet," and "Othello" of a coun try cirrniu At Weymouth the "Ophelia" to bis " Hamlet" was Miss Uarnett, a bright-eyed lady of Ucrimin and Jewi.-h extraction, who, at the age of nine, l(iad been a singer at VauxLull, and had been Vi5ire,"i'eJ 10 Hook, the father of Theodore. m she never fairly cu'tivated the natural gltts X. f Y. 1 1. .1 ..It I 1 .. .,. . c .: . T ua vuico, sue uau luucu iuiu iuv jmjsi ui urns singer at tbe country tlieitres. At Wcy- . ... I. I. .. . k. . - . . tt HIUlllU JICT B111K1II IUIIIV IUG ItlllCy UI UWrifl! Ill, who then frequently vi-iteJ that watering, place, and she took altogether the fancy of Mr. Richard Phillips, still a man of worldly means, whose wife she becamo, and to whoso dramatic ciieuits she was joined. Of the parents Mr. Henry ThUlips was born at Bath in tbe first year of tbe present century. Thereupon Mr. Richard Phill ps, the father, turned manager, and bought a circuit of his own in Wales, which in a very short time devoured all his property, "even to some rows of houses in too Utiston road, London." EARLY STRl.'OOLES. When Henry was eight years old his father took a fbort snnuner engagement fur himself nly at Ilurrogate. where the son's educntipn fODSitiea in tiding made to read mid declaim Sterne and Milton and to learn the rudiments of Latin. But even before be could speik plainly be bad sung many songs tanitbt biin by his mother. Could he not help tbe fortunes of bis hon e by being produced as a singing K-jsciui? So he was duly announced for one evening only, aang afier the play "The Bay of Hiscay," was . applauded loudly, and received the kisses of the ladies. A successful concert at York, where tbe . boy sang Arne's "Hymn of Eve," "l'liellayof Iliscay, and another song, helped the unlucky ' family npon its way to London. After many vain attempts to bring oat the inging Koscius, young Henry Phillips fonud his first opening when a singing Doy was wanted at tbe old Ilayinatket Thoarrc, to play the robber's boy in The Iron Chttt. His tirst uttsnipt having given satisfaction, he was retained to sing in that part for live shillings a night, and in the next season be was retained at l)rury L me, to sing for the same salary in the music of Macbeth whenever he was wanted. The hoy received a little occupation of this sort, and some snatches of musical Instruction, beiug apprenticed to Mr. John Keeve, sou of the composer of a glee then popular. But when verging upon sixteen, his voice broke, and bis clear and high soprano dirappeared. Then he tried to earn money in akvtcbitig, and having ma le a parcel of sketches, took them, with no profitable result, to a shop in Piccadilly. "Tbe next day I started early on the same orraiid, till, having exhausted all the localities I inew anything of, I agulu returned home, having resolved to convert our parlor win. low into a abop, and so exhibit my drawings. All beiug arranged to my satisfaction, by tapes drawn . across, I pinned my pictures to them, with tbe prices marked j anil lasfure you very respect able and buims-liko the window looked, bear lag at the s nine time evidence that mine was not an extravagant establishment, as tbe highest price was one shilling, which graduated down to a penny. I soon sold some, and my spirits rose rapidly. Not many days elapsed ere my shop - sutracted the attention of a person connected with Ackvrruon's repository, in the Strand, who orlered me employment to color engraving, such as were Iben the rage, viz., long strips of na j- jeets drawn out oi a tuiie, like amoving panorama, "One was A Trip to Paris,' the others A Trip to Holland," 'Kdinburg,' A, Ka. This I cbterfully accepted, and prophesied a tlouri-h-big tiadc at band. What with my employment and my shop a commercial importance grew upon me. At this coloring 1 luo .red eight and sen hours a dsy lor ncarlv two years, and fre quently earned from thiity sliiiliugi t two pounds a week, wbii h not only contributed much to the conifoit and support of my lamilv. hut also enabled me lo purchase cheap copies of the songs f Handel, Haydn, and Moart, from which I commenced my ntudy of the great master'. The slllhcully was bow to ptactise thum, ior 1 bad no instiumint. "Fortune, however, still favored me; for hiv ing a really elaborate drawiug of a laundress's drying giound, and plucd it as the centre ot at traction in mf window, it was observed by a lady living opposite, who took in washing, kept a mangle, and bad a piano-forte. Shu souudily made my acquaintance, anl avk'd me to tea, which invitation I eagerly accepted. Mho was a little person, with a da-h of manner rather above her callir g, and, though elderly, skippsd about sometimes like a young girl. Our conversation Tcftrring to her younger days, it appeared she Lad been a dancer and chorus-singer at some of tbe London theatres. Finding that I also had found employment in that honorable branch of the profusion, i-lie was overjoyed, told me to come and drink tea as often as I liked, aud added that I might practise on ber piano from morning till night, every day in the week." AH IMTEBVIUW WITH KIHHLE. He had tbe oner of an engagement, with tbe prospect of a salary after a while, at Covont Gar den, when Charles Kemble was manager. "An opportunity presented Itself in an opera (TA Lave of J at a) which hir Henry Bishop was . cuuiposing, and which was to be opened with a ajlee, or chutus, as niotit of Sir Henry's ojients r. An additional ba8 being required, it was arranged tba a glee should be written for Mr. Uoulden, alto. Mr. Pyne, tenor, and myself; and " ikTL". tun tne celebrated trio and SI'J 1V vnllk., Dressed as Dutch- overture, and our glw bKjU, iu eU , no. thing, and we usually w,Wo "JJ X out a round of applaute. "k" "The understanding with Mr. Broadhurst was that I was to sing a few iilKhts gmu.t ? If approved, mighi be ottered au eVm-nt T hus I continued fw some five or six nigiu, no notice was taken of me. I continually lix'.Vuyj at the side wings to see if the manager wits stand ing there with a proposal ; but no, all was still, ' aad as I went on the stage so I was sutured to go off. This became very tiring, especially as on suany occasion it prevented my accepting other i)geweul I urged Mr.fioadjjariji to uk the manager's opinion and Intention! but, no, he said, try It a little longer. Ididj the result woe tbe same. . , . . '"No at last, losing all patience, I resolved to settle the qnestton myself, and set the matter at rest. l l next morning I went to the theatre nd desired to sneak with Mr. Charles Kemblo. The tbestrlcal (old Stick-in-Waiting delivered my message, and after a dm' lc of time, nebetrd me into the prosence. Tbero sat Charles Krmhlr, in managniial prido, in a dingy, duky, dark room, lolling in a great arm-chair, behind a huge batc-covcred talilo, sti-owed with letu rs, play-bills, posters, baskets, all in seeming con-fin-ion. "'Well, sir,' he exclaimed. In a half negligent tone, 'what mav be your business ' " -1 wl-h to speak with you in reference to the glee I sine In the opera.' " 'Well,' he asked, 'what do you want :' " 'An engaicmenl, sir,' 1 said. "An engagement !' he echoed, laiuhing'y; 'and hat to do ' " 'Anything,' 1 said. " 'W list do you cxpei t to receive ?' "'Anything,' was still my answer : ,' ny tio ffliitlFUM a m k.' ' 'W hat !' exclaimed his mniesty : 'two guineas ? v by, sir. you arc not worth two shillint-'s; they can't huir vou over tho third row of the pit.' " 'Indeed !' 1 replied ; 'then I wish you good momine.' ' 'Mop!' halloed Kcinble; 'you'll sing tho glee to-night r' "'No I If I. In I'm wbat you Indih'CiI hi" to rt pn etit myself a Dub hmin.' "Avoiy I hnstetieil from the, bnil.Hntf, and neer Ik held Ins lace again until a lew years had pase'l, it ht'll he satuht mi ,ltTrtiet at Uttly pounds jh r wc A ." itni woiik niwAiini n. He had to thirouglily practised sonic of the best music that he had the Messiah "by heart." This labor brought bim an Important succc-s. 'Mr. Toiler informed me that a new church a Clifton, Hnstol, was about to he opened wi h a grand ferlbrmance of tho 'Messiah,' w hich Sir t iiorge malt wns to conduct, and that ha should tiy to j luce mo us the principal bass. "This wns rare news indeed j he promised to write immediately to Kir (iconic, and cu.lenvnr to obtain his consent. Sir George objected, on the ground that I must be a very young m ill, and the ritk was too great to run upon such au occasion, "This threw a fad gloom over me. Mr. I.odcr still persevered ; and it whs luvangcd that as Sir (tt otgc was com hilt to Hath, he should hear me, ii nil that the bills should not be issued until after our Interview. "Tl.cso preliminaries settled, and the morning appointed for the interview, Mr. 1. alcr begged me to bring balf-a-guiuca, and present it alter the hearing, as in consideration of a lesson. This 1 tremblingly obeyed, for tint sum tonic wok one of vast amount, end I well knew what I should bavc to sutler w hen it was gone. However, there was no avoiding so positive it command, and lie. cordinglv I, with my half guinea, went to Mr. Loder's fiouse of business In Milsom street, pre paid for tbe worst in every way. "Sir (leorgo received me in a largo empty music-room, mi the llrst floor, over the shop, where ttood a grand pisno-lortc. " 'So, sir,' said he, ' vou ure bold enough to take nnon yourtclt tho task of singing fhioiigh the Messiah, eh ?' "I answered, that I was. " 'Will, let me bear you here is a copy. Do you think you can see over my shoulder ?' "I teplicd, '.No doubt; but it is not necessary " 'Oh, Indeed !' said Sir George. 'What, you can sing it from memory, eh ? Well, we shall see. Perhaps you'll oblige mo by standing at tho other enu oi the instrument. ' 'Certainly, sir.' "And aay went Sir George with, 'Thns snith tho Lord j' and I as boldly followed with vigor ous exactness. At its termination he ex claimed ; " 'I'pon my honor, that is very cvtraordinnry !' "I thought he was jo-ting, lor 1 could teo nothing extraordinary about it. " 'Perhaps.sir,' he continued, 'you eotildoblige me with tbe next song, "Tho People that walkelb in Darkness," in the same way ?' " 'Certainly,' I said. "And through it I went with equal truth. I observed a smilo uon bis countenance every now nnd then, when coming to tho chromatic 'pus sages, evidently thinking I should trip; but no, nothing eonld move me from my path. "When I bud finished, ho said: "That's enough; I am quite satisfied. And now let me ask you, do yott know anything of the tenor songs :' "Yes, sir. all.' '"And the soprano ?' "'All.' " 'And the contralto i' "'All.' " 'And possibly the chorusscs ;' i cs, mi , c ery one. "I then oilcred him the foe, neatly done up in white pajHT. " 'Whufs this r' said he. " 'Your fee, sir. Allow mo to consider this us a lcs.son.' ' 'Nothing of the kind,' snld Kir George, 'put It in yonr pocket,' and placing bi.s baud on my shoulder lie continued, 'I have b' on much pleased and sin prised, and will be your trictul as long as I live.' " Eur that flr-t appearance as principal singer in an oratorio the fortunate youth hud not the ne cessary suit ot black. Ho walked fifteen miles to buy some black cloth as a bargain, and made bis own waistcoat and trowsers out of it, but the coat being hoohd b in be mortgaged his en gagement to a tailor, and thus got over his lust peiplexity. 51U81CH1 discipline among vocalists was much stricter in those days thin it is now, nnd Mr. Phillips gives a very good illustration one which might be frequently borne in mind with great advuubigo. Mrs. Salmon, though iu gene ral a strict Handelian, once introduced a wholly unwarrantable cadn:a at the close of "From Mighty Kings," at the Antiout Concerts. Mr. Greatorcx, the organist, no sooner perceived it than he suddenly turned tho full power of the organ upon ber with tho final chord. For an instunt all was confusion. Tho lady sat down, and becinne fearfully red, while the noble direc tor rose to inquire tho cause, when Grcornrex turned round, and (twiddling his thumbs as bo was wont ), said, very quietly, "A cmlriun, my lord !" "Oh !" said bis lordship; and the conceit proccedtd with its usual solctiiu ty. I'AOANINI ANI 11NIILKY. Dragonetti and Lindlry were both on intimate terms with Mr. Phillips, and he has much that is interesting to toll of tln-m. The former he de scribes as eccentric and childish in ordinary mat ters almost to the verge of insanity. Ho possessed tbe celebrated double bass given bim by a Nea politan monk, for which he had repeatedly been ( fit rs d 1000, and his hands had become mis. slnpcn, aud almost without form, from constant ph ying. His great manifestation of eccentricity was bis constant custom id' traveling, accompa nied by a large collection of dolls of all si.es, some of which he would always d ime at the window of a co'ieb when passing through a vil lage. He and Liniiley were great frieuds.and bo h immoderate Miutl takcis. Lindley wus a gr. ut stutterer, und the follow ing story used to be constantly told to his disad vantage: "Olc duy, when wull.in;: down the high street ot the city ol Exeter, he observed a scafiring lookitig man standing on lhe opposite side- of the way w ith a gray parrot perched on his linger. UntiJcy crossed over, and accosting thn man, said: 'is mut p p-p-p-p-parrot tor sule : 'Yes, replied the man. 'lloiv m ui-m in-ui-much ?' 'A guinea, was the risixinse.' C-c-o-c-c-citn it sp-sp-sp-sp-sp-spiak r 'tea, said the iclloiv, 'a precious eight bitter than you can. or I'd chop bis bead off.' " This reminds Mr. Phillips ol the stammering fugitive w ho is euid to hav. commenced an appeal lor ' Una qua qua "Oh! said u pursuing; troopir, "l can t wait tor you, and ran him throueb. Mr. Phillips wus at Puganiiii's llrst concert, and was much impressed by tbc strange, ghost-liko aspect ot Hie ioliuist,as lie glided on to tho stage in tbc peculiar munner allectod by him. A shud der almost run through the audience when they liist canglit sight of bis pallid face, long hair, long arms, and bony lingers. Ho never exlilhitcd the slightest anxiety, or even interest, as to the reception accorded him, but played what wus allotted to hiin without the movement of a mus cle, und glided oft the Huge at the close as ghostly in appearance as ever. Of Plsaroni he relates that so extreiuo wus her ugliness that whenever she was oilcred au engagement she always sent her miniature, adding, "if alter this you venture to engage me i win come. Ransom or Ckkva.vti-.s. A very curious docu ment nas just wen uu-covered in the archives of Madrid, translated as follows :" Madrid, July 23, 1579. On page 32 of the book of re demption of captives, kept Ly the fathers of the Trinity of this city, appears the following : No. 10. Miguel do Cervantes, of Alcalu. It appears fiom evidence brought before me on the Hist July, that tho Father Juan Gil and Anton da Cabella received 1 IIMIOO maravedis. -2M ducats given by Dona Eleomira do Totlnos. widow Kcdrigo de Cervantes, and fifty ducats given by Digo Andrea do Cervantes, residing at Alcala, one passing by here, In order to aiwist in tho ransom Of Miguel de Cervantes, of Aleala, son anu uroiuer oi me aoovc-nameu uouas, now captive in Algiers, in the power of Almani, cap tain of tbe Koyal Guard of the King of Algiers. 'Ibis Cervantes is crippled in one arm. The above-named fathers havo signed two receipts tor tbe above maravedis, in the presence of Juan IVs 'undros and Juan de la Pans, resident in Madrid. jn confirmation of which, have signed Ani.HVl,u 'tlH'" Oil, De Cabella, De EXIEACTS fROM REBEL PAPERS, WHEBRAaot'T OK TIIH CORHFSTONDf'NTS. Mr. Davis, correspondent of tho Cincinnati Cimimm ial newspaper, nnd Mr. ZeiU'ler, corres pondent of tbe Mew York llernUl, accredited to thore journals, and several other reputed corn's, pendents, have bun forwarder) to Salisbury, North Carolina. In conformity with instructions from the War Department, thiough tho Exchange llurenu. Mr. Francis, correspondent of the New Yoik M'orrf, is reserved for special exch.in 'c. lhe I,lnro:n Government holds "A-a Hurt'," and a number of oilier nrw-spi,rcr correspond cnls and literary gentlemen, mid upon thuir sig nifying acqtiicscciii o to a fa:r "swop," with sorn. ililm? ' to boot," thry can have aud ho tic commodate!. .'r-imoir; 21 f. . MFOIIOI M CAflVHRIt 1 ROM YANKItK n VIM Bs, Wc r fret to lenm that many of lint negroes fnken from the Kt.iity. and Wilson raiders have not been returned t thur nn nrrs, nor h ive they be. n adveitised, fo that th.ir ow ners can b am their w hereala tits. Every lniin nnd ollh er who has rc.overcd n stolen slave ought, as sumi as practicable, to advrtoc him or her. The law requires 11,1s; nnd I esj.iis, it is the plain dictate of justice nnd putt iotisiu. The crops of mviy fertile plantations will be Icet to the country l.v the absence of negroes, carried oil nt a most im portant season ol the year. Many unprincipled per.-wns who have tnlien np negro, s diopped by the raiders have put ihem tj wot k in their ow n eslati s. or are holding tliuiu until large r. wauls shall be offered Tor them. A squad ot thiity-Mx negro- s, recaptured from the riiidcis at Stony (Meek, were sent to Italcigh and thence to Wllmiiig'on, where thev wero put to work on the foi tillcatiotis, and it is said that General Whiting refused to give them up, 110011 the ground that they were needed for tin- public defense. Tho -negroes bavc never been ad vertised. Wei do not sec by what right the negroes of Virginia planters tire se zed and retained to work upon fortifications in North Carolina. Virginia has nrvir drawn any negroes from .North Caro lina for such a purpose, and Carolina has quite as ninny slaves iu propoition to her lines of ilolcns.) as Virginia, and if General Whiiing wants labor lie should draw It from tho Slutc iu which uj is ppu'uting. Liamiiur, 21 if. Tnn mom consc uicTion. On Saturday lust a conscript, who had licen nndcrgoing an examination before the Medical Hoard, npon reaching the street fill in a fainting tit, w itb a bleeding at the lungs, and was carried lo a placo where medical a'iistance couid ba ren dered him. He bad been pronounced by a highly enlightened Hoard a hcultby conscript, while not twenty d. grecs removed from the grave. Thu lieinoirhagc was brought on by the excitement und treatment ho received while undergoing an examination before the Hoard, w hich Hoard, of course, did nothing but its duty. j.iiincr,'!lr. VONOCACY l'KtbONItllS l.Xl-F.l Tltl) IN RICH MONO. No prisoners were received at either the I.ibhy or the Castle yesterday. There is a perfect lull in lhe reception of this class of Yankee freight. Tho prisoner captured by our forces in Maryland arc expected to urrive In this city to-day or to uioriow. Mujor-Gencrtils Franklin ami Tyhr will not be among them, wc understand. -aminer, Thursday. CONHKMAIION OK TtIK lIFI'OHTF.n AIII'.IVAI. Ol' 1IKA0O AT ATLANTA. A correspondent writes fiom Atlanta : The most interesting and pcrbans significant event of vesterday was tho urrival of General Braxton Bragg. Killing into the city yesterday, I saw the General ami two or three other gentle men perhaps of Ids own personal stair In a car riage, going out fo General Johnston's headquar ters. The enemy seems to bo painfully quiot, whilo lhe situation on this side of the river is un changed. Wc are wat. hing tho Yankees with ceaseless vigilance. Occasionally the pickets and light batteries on the flanks exchange shots, us if to remind li-th parties that hostilities have not been suspended. A facetious soldier explains the unexpected nnd dove-like civility of the Yankees for tho past few duys. Ho says that the limits of the Con federacy arc so contracted by our retrograde acioss the river that they retrain from firing, especially with "lamp-posts," nnd ' qu irterin is ter despatches," lor fear of injuring their friends at Andersonville und posts on theco ists. Thought ful, is n't it ! Surely it is "an 111 wind that blows nobody gocd." Atlanta is no longer crowded with oue-thlrd of the army. The strictest orders have been Issued on the subject, and are rigidly enforced, nnd woe be to the luckless Keuci wtio strays into the city without proper authority. Few, if any, aro hero, except upon business nnd with proper jrapers. This ii just as it should bo. Evory sol dier anu oihcer lias Ins post, and should be at It. A young indy, now 111 this city, who left cinck- aiimuttu ten utij.. .r,v, Aim cscapcu luioull mo cnimy's lines, furni.-hed somo interesting infor mation. She lived on the railroad, and says that many bridges havo been burned, and that not a single train bad passed over the road trotn Hal ton lo Chattanooga in some weeks; that the country is infested with gangs of Yankee de serters ; and that they swear they arc done fight ing, Ac. Also, that the Y11nk.ce supplies ure hauled overland from Chattanooga to Home, thence by rail to Kingston, and thcro hauled agniu. Kiiw ki: 111:1. hooks. Among the ucw books adveitised in the l'r- a mint r ure: "A Cliiekahoininy Story," " Tiio ltehel Songster, Humorously illustrated, and " The War and its Heroes," containing portraits and biographies (all of which have been carefully prepared ), of Generals Cooper, Jackson, Eong strcct, A. P. Hill, (J. W.Smith, I.kiic, Hood, l.ce, J-.well, Joseph J.. Jonnstoii, Hampton, I'em- brrton, Hindman, M. L. SmKh, Commodore Hollins, the gallant Pelliam, and Uie bold parti san, joun a. .noscoy. (.'HANOI'S IN COMMAND. Lieutenant-General Alcxundcr P. Stewart as sumed on. maud of the Army of Mississippi, in place of the lamented I.leutcnuut-Gcuenil Polk. Mn.ior-Gcncrnl H. 1). Clayton lakes char re of Stewart's old division, anil Brigadier-General .1. T. Coll.c'aw sin-reeds the latter as brigade com rounder. Tbe War Department has been more than usually happy in making this selection. nEPAKTMF.NT OF U4StS. niiin wiih Thornton's hand tub 01 kuii.i.ah . okt tub woukt of it. IIfapuvahthis Dki'AH i -mknt of Kansas, Fori Inveiiworth, July 21, lmil. The following despatch has just been received : Kansas City, July 21, Major-General funis : Captain Moses, of my command, had a si veio tight with about two hundred of Thorn ton's guerillas last Sunday afternoon. Captain Moses had forty-seven men, and, ulthough obliged to ntreat, got tho best of the light. Our loss wns six killed, four wounded, and two miss ing. The Ilcbels lost sixteen killed and twenty one wounded. (Signed) J ah. II. Folio, Colonel Commanding. AriMitx-i-Htir Kttlrsvt Hunoe. I (icoihc Villiers, the splendid favorite of James I I, (xceededhiH com k it 8 by tho lavish, costll- its of liiagHrb. On one great occasion hu h.id j twenty-Beven lullH ol clolhoi made, "the- richest that embroidery, luce, silk, velvet, gold, nnd ' guns could contribute ; one of which was a white uncut velvet, Bet. nil over, bolh nuit and clonk, ! with diamonds, us win- also his sword, girdle,! hats, and "nuts " Thin exquisite Kciitlcniiui ' would have the flushing (,'ems which adorned his ', attire utIUed so loosely that ho could eluiko them 1 eff as he iiaradcd throtiffh the K i'.lcry of White- i bull, much to the editiiatiou and contentment of the Court lailies, who nicked them up. (Hi his f mbnssy to Puris, the splendor of his appearance completely dazzled the French nobles. I "llo appeared there," gay Lord Clarendon, I 'w iih all the bistre tho wealth ol' KiiL'ln tul eonlil adorn him with, and outshone all tlio brnvciy that Court tould dress i.seil in, und overacted the whole natiou In their own peculiar vanities." It was common with him, at au ordinary dnncinp, to have clothes trinituid with great diamond buttons, and to wear diamond Init ial nils, cockml.fl, and earring, to lie voked w ith Cleat and manifold ropes und kuots of pearls in short, to be manacled, fettered, and impri soned in jewels. At the time of his death he is said to lave possessed three bundled thousand rounds iu jeweb a sum which might almost excito the envy of Hancock or F.uiauual, and may la? borne in mind when we peruse Sir Wil liam Ditveuaut's tulogium oil the prosperous courtier : The Court's lul l,t star, the clerirv'a adt-nctte; 'J in- K-t s hilulitest ihi-roe. the lover s name; The soldier floty, mbihiy ItuekiiiKhain." JialelRh, tire bright imrticiilitr afar of the galaxy which moved and shono ground the prcttt F.liita betb, was eipiully profu.-e In his expenditures upon drefs. A portrait is extant, in which he appears attired in a white satin pinked vest, clone slocved to the wrist j over the body a crowu doublet, Hnely flowered and embroidered with pearls ; in the feather ( f his but a large ruby aud pearl drop at the bottom of the sprier. In place of a button ; his trunks or breeches, with his stock infis and ribbed (.'arb rs, fiinged atjthe ends, are all white; his shoes of bull', adorned with white ribbon. These Iiocb, on importaut occasions, would fclitter w ith prccl ius stones of theyalua of si.xt) -six hundred pounds (nearly eight thou sand pounds at the nresent standard ,.f ,, , i mid the wtarcr would occasionally present liiniJ sell before the ty.s of his lady love, Mrs. Fliztt-H uciu iiirocsiiiorion.iii a suit ol armor of solid silver, bis sword and belt Hushing, unutterable radiance from hundred diamonds, pearl and mbit'f. 7yi. w. n. mfuwtpT a ro.'t? column 1J IH IltL C'llhltOKKK MKIIICINKS. coxrofMitn rnoM hooih.bajiks.and ijsavxs. rtirnoKKR nr.MFriy, ttift KM'M Indlsn Lltlir'ttr, earn an ell. . of His MV MM HTM MM lirlnnrv nrs'Stis, tnrh St ln VM M vf MM MM c.nlln..n.- of Ihi- rrln. In- MM MM MM MM rnii ii, of tli lllailili-r, MM MM MM MM LuiUiiiii stiniirf tl.oRlijTii v, MM MM MM MM H la I l.e tl!.lr,airle- MM MMMM MM Inrr, lirnvl, (ll.l. (Ion. r- MM MMMM MM rims. 11111I is c iirelnllv ro- MM MMMM MM "iMnmi'il. .1 in II..... .si. . ,. MM MMMM MM H.n.r AMui it Willis ta .MM .Vlllll MM Ptniil-'s) nli. rfl All tl. otil iiiiu.i (his biculi iri. t linve Ullf J. It Is pn-ptri-il In s Itl'.'hly Ceni i'.iitoili d lietn, tltn d i-n only lii inif lr"m nw toiwo t' .i-pmaitills tlirr-0 Uiacs pur (lttV. It is illnr-tlr Anil tl.or ittvs In Its if tt'-ii: nnl villi; sail . Ii an -1 nt-1 hi' Muft-l, can -ins-It lo ftiov In all nt i4 in iciti U pnrilv anil visnr: tlias re nins, mir tuna ihs v stem nil riimlcten r, in. i a w lech Las a uiilucsd distune. re. c It-fill." I, ,' .' CO ic c: . I'U'O (' 11 Ct c o n r. noKK r. 1 v.if.,1- IIIC; i ha, ii.li a p. .111 :ii;y nr ll '-l..l'l tu the III H" kKl: 111 MKIiY. mi'l Il..iiIi1 I"-11. 1 a in 1 niijiitii H oi w ita that itinllraie In it 1 1 clues nf t.iinnirli'i i. tile I, V il'-r Allms nr Wlilts, Ph eilr. it sin In tiling, "illntiH. nmt tliiitilr, hi : rri'iie lint fll muhlit! In st, i li- ril. e, nmt pit li In. ti tel nf 11 ii luirlijl.: h in I nliMii.t um ntluriili it 1'iin II ul 1- i s i'. rii in i'il w illi hiioly sll ti'S cl vii ipiuk lnji idem. F.Krr.rrtr.K t.KI.I.KBI.i.l'. it: lit y i pr 1- K l-'S t.r. KI'. 1 I.ITI'.FVFR USKKK.1.KKB fivtlie tifnf Itisrnr.rtn. KKK IIKMK'.HY and (Jlls;. ItOkKK IN.IIX'I HIN Ii two lui'dti ines at Hi t.imtj time all Improper dis rharirrs hi r--'tno ml, and the weakt'iii'i! nig ills A-e snn-il-iv re.totetl Uj full vigor and fc'.mistM. Kor mil pirftrnlfirt Kt nnr P'llnplilftn lrna nuy drit( store In the i .nintrv, , r w r!: ua. and we will nmll fits- lo anj aildreti u full Uealm. mi mi iititii'll'itiiimi llllllllllllllllllll nn mi rtirr-.f'IIKItOKltl'KIMK-J. ts-' u r hiittli-, nr tiui-e hutilcs lur rn.c. ftllKOKIK IV iIKI I IDS. .' I r b.ll.', or tl ri-u lMtili n for t int ly rs 'iri-m. tn any Sil .lress nn leccit't ot prii;i'. Hold byaUdrufe,i,tocrr whvr. MHiDDnim lillUi.Ullll ll ll M HI) i'i i r nit in mi iiu Ml 111) I.I.IIMlI'Mllj lylil'DDitUU nif-mvKF.B rrnp.f An ni'lallinsi-nre for Hpor niatorrlia. McraliiHl W.-ak-nei". Nocmrnal Fenlsslon, and nil ninfas.'S raaseil tiy Hi ll-pollatlon; sm-li as Loss of Menmrv. L'nlvc'sal L 'Ssl-tndi-, I'alti" In the l:irk, lylni ncsa if Vl-iial, I'reniiilnrfi Old Ann. Wi ns Ncrvi'D. I If flrnltv of HreatliliiK. rromb llnit, tViiki-fultiP.t, I'.ruptlont mi tha Kae I'ale (.'oiinta nani'O, Ianaalty, t'oiituinp Ueti. and all Mm direful roni plaint caused liy dopnrtiiui Ituui tti path vf uaturo. r.rr.n'TKiT.B f KI.EKI.I.KI.B IK l'B ytr.v.K KI.KI.K K y.F. KKKFK.KKF.KK tLlil.l.l.Kl'.l.t This meJIitno la a simple veitcint'lo f'Mract, nnd ono fin which a'l can rely, as It httn hi-tin uai-d in our iirnc tli e for many ''itra, ami lth tttoliannila ireatril, It has not lailed III a alus'le Instance. Ita eiiriitlvn miw,ts have la-en sntllci.-iit to aaln lc tor.v over tin- niiiftt alutilMirti cast-. To those whr hive trilled wiih ilnir rou.tii'itton. un til Ihey think llieaist-lvt-a In-yonil ll.e reach of luittlli-Jil nlil, we Would snv. Hli HI'AlIt Mil l tlie t'lll:U(l KKi: t'lltK Kill restore you to lu'itlih and vtKor, and alter all iuck tlia-torii have fa lid. mi mi mi mi HIT IIII 1111 IIII mi mi nil For fall patltenlnrtj, act a f'lri'iilur irom uuy limit Htore In fie ronntiy, or write tho I'roprletors, whe will mail free, to any one de siring the same, a mil trea tlsr In i.iniiitilet lorni. Trioes, $i per iHittlt). or throe holttes for and for Wiirdi'd liy I'.xtiriibS to all parts oitlie world. Hold hy all respectable dr.iK&iili every where. nHwmnitmt ItltUltltllliltH lilt it unit It UK II UK It II It II It It IIKIiltltltKIIK 1,1! It lllllt It UK I: It I! It It It Itltll KKU HUH 1)11. WIIIHIIT'H lttJI'VKNATINti tl.IMUl KSRF.NCK OF I.tFF ! I'lS'l-arcd Itum Flint Yi-?e- tablc bktracts, coutailiiiiZ Doiliinif liiiurlnus to the liiotl drlleate. The Kijiivi-natlng l'.lixlr Is the reaull of modcru dis roverles In Hie v.'ctil'tie klncdom ; ta-lni; nn entirely Ubw and uhslrurt uiitll oU of cure, Irrespective oi all tlie old and worn-out systems. (It TO rtotvt'" CO (: '.: CO f! 00 IfJ IC (J. fe'Clxj ThU inidl loe hat been tested liy tin, mutt eminent miHiieii. tui-Q ol tlie day, und by ttiein pronounced to he one of tho ureale it niedii-al dlscoveri'-a of me aito. One bottle wiUcurcUcneral Debility. A few bottles euro Ilea tertea In fPlaults. Ono boll In cures Pulj-lla-tloa of the Heart. A few doses restore the Orpins of L'l'ni'ratioii. I'l-oiu one to tlii'pu botllet rustore the niniilineati und oooo KJOOoO OOi I o o tl.iU ooo .1(111 ll.l.) KX) MK tin.) ti.ui tit HI I.H) OOO II. iu oi ioooo oooo uu viuvroi )ouiu. A few doses restore tho apl'"liti'. Tluie hotilea care the wnrtt ra.e of linmt-iiey. A li'W dosea line tlie low Bl'lllllil. one holtle restores iiicntaj pov cr. A few dosea lirlui; the roso to till! check. Tins iuiiiii hie restores to mu nly viior aril roiiust la-iillh Hie poor, di'hllltnted, worn-down, and deipairiiiK devotee oi fteiipuut pk-uaui-M. till IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII mi The listless, enervated youth, tho over-tusked man of business, the victim nf nervous depression, the In dividual nuircrlni; Irom itene ral Uebility, or irom weak ness ol a shell) firman., will sill Unit liiint'.-iliaio and per KK KK kli kk IvK KK KK KK manent relief by the use of this KUxir or Ksaeuce o( KK KK KK KK KK KK kit KK KK KK KK KK late. f'rice, $2 per bottle, or uiroc iMittles Tor i, and lor-wardi-d by express, on re ceipt of mouey, to any ad-ln-s-. MiM by all dl O llla eM-ry- wocru, t'llliltOKKE T"I l.r.S 1 Kl'MAK IMAII'.U IKM.M.K l:Kil I. Molt, SSI HI A I. Til VhKI'.HVI It. Jt'N V KIIT.MN AND 8AKK N V S V K V -V V K.V NH KS NV r tho lleiiiiDal .a ob- NX strin llnus, mid tl:e lr i.r- N N' ani e of Ui-valiirllv in i'ie Is M Keeurri nee ol tbo Monthly NN Finods. N V Tl.ey cure or obi late those NN Iuiiiii runs dlseiiM-s that , Iprliat fiom IrngutHilly, by reiiioiiiig the iric).uiiiiit) it- .V Jl N N NN sen. Thev cure Rurmress.-a. Eeusslve, aud l'uiullll Muu- airuunon. Thi-yeiire Creen Bk-kneas K.Fi F.i;FKim I I hl-KI'.l.l.l-.K KK Ii-: FKI F.K 1,1.1.1 K KK 1 I'. KKl'l-KKi;!,!'.!-. 1.1.1 l.hl.l 1.1. i: (t hkirosis). They cure Nervous anil rlplual Aiti-riion,. pains In tlie b.iek and lower pans of the brxly, lleavin-ss, Faueae on SIIK'lt ekertlnll, Talpt. taUon of the lleiirl, l.otv- ni as of Hpirlts, llisteria, Hick lle:n!u.'hu, (llddlneas, mr... i:. hi a word, by rv moving tne lire KUlsrltv, tln-y reiaoM-the i-niie ami wiih H all the elfeets that spring uinn ,, I'.'llll ese.1 of ..lillple v. gc li.Lle .liael.-, tli ciaitaia liotlilcg iiel. t'Tlous lo uny 1-Oili.liliitliill, huH.iver .lell , :ite, llie.i' I ,a.ei a In Int.' to nilii-lili.ti' -tree;-!:. I'ol'W. ak neiK, w i.i. h, iilii')i pinporly llsi il, tin y in i el' lull hi do. 'I hey inay he aati'ly u. idat any nee. und a' mv p' rlnd, I KI T HI ItlMi I HE HUM' HlltliK -MON I UW, Onriue. nliiili the iinlHiiuut iitituie ijl tl"-ir ae'ion wrndd inhilUlly l'jll.V i-N 1 preg bulli . I I FF.KI F.F.KK FH.Ll.KttLB ' l.K IK 1 IIKK FKKLE IE II'. i ki:feff.ff.f. l.tl.tKKfcfcl.t KKKKKKKI TP. KKKKLKKKKK I- .14 KK KKKF.B I r.Lh F.K KB l'.KFFF.ri.l'-.KE l:ttLKEI.ISiaS All letters seeking lr.for matlon ur advlee will lie proiupily.i'reeJj.and discreet ly ansivered.. l-'ull directions accompany eaeti box. i'rice fl per bog, or six ooxes tor eo. Hon! by null, free of poat at:e, ou reread ot price. Hold be all rispectabls uruiigitts. The rnKItOKF.E WKDI- CIS Kg are. oM l.v all niler- ri,ii g druggists in lhe civ 1 rcd world. Home unprlo- 9SA.. i-.pled dealers, bowev. r, try ftSS-iSsJ In sell woltlilcss cotupouitdJ BSS BH In place ol these those b-SH bat whirl, they can get at I a 6HH m Uiritp price, tjid iuuae more s)S uione by stlUne than they HHS can on ti e I IIKItcihl K BH bSrt MKIili INKS. As you lalue BH HH8 vour kvalih-aye, the health Bl Rstsj oi your otlsprws do uoi be b-i-tsssi.s deceived by surll uuprin- sWbol cipled dmgs-isls. Ask tor the CUKlitiKtS ilKIH- I'IKI'.H nill.LllllOOIhN. II the DruixUis will uot kor uiem for vnn, wnd U as, and we win mhJ ihein tu -uu by l-.xnress- Fartlesaddrets- luu us should state the disease aad sym4.iuis, and foil particulars in retard to their cases. We beat all olseaaes of a chronic nature in male or female. l.udjs or irenileuiea can address ns in aerfeot eoofl dence, and we will in ell cases frankly and freely answer their letteis, and S've oar advice as ruuarda each case. I'atlenis ll inn at a distance need not hesitate because Ofthair Inability lo visit na. We have treated successfully paueuls In all isMtlons ot the civiuied gioue. l'miiiit, i,,i.iliia os will please write Tost Office, County, Htato, and namt of writer, plain, and Inclose poutge-atauip lor reply. W e send to aay Hdn at ettr W page pamphlet frees Allan si all u tters at d orders to lis. W. K- MKnv. lV CO., Xo. WUUtUXK BTBKFT, jll-.WYOBK. Aren't Isr PeMsyVfanfa DTOtT C0.N- "ta tVVf i IKvet,rwUt'i-lls, u.i sw.us CEBDINO R MPOIIIUM, No I 8. BIS YEN 1 1! Htreet THATTltiroHKSl. MATrilKSHF.t), Of Bab. Fnltr . Ke eislnr. and Itn-lt. IK.A1 II I'M IlKl, Ilf'LHI 'KIlH, Arr P1I.I.OW8, WOOD AM) IKON IIK.f iHTKAl IS, HI'KINO HKIItS ANII rOTB. N. B.ltepalrlnf and renova'ine attended M w)th ear an dupsieii. Vo.sn simiH se. Dn CyifsTY'S TEA WAUFiHOCSK. ESTA- bllshed In ls0. Impert'r and Dealer m s me 'leas, Wines, and I.l'.terl, Choice Havana Clrars, 'n - ninrsjwell'a Plekles and Cancel F.nellsh and Scotcta Ale and Porter, I'snned b als, Frnttt, Snup, Ac Kavy Messes nt op wllht re, At No. ll B. PF.f'OVIi etree'. )s-jsly Jdsiiiia tl t)l fstTT MIH'FIS. MATTINU8, OILCLOTHS AND J VVlnilnw rUin-b s, from Sfw York Am tl n sa'es, (lU.-I'llj w-t.) MhipiIIi'i ii' Hru.-elM,- i; wide, f I 'i.'i, f I ai'a. H'.'O and 1 7 . ; Imlt.iii.n lira "ls. ( painii d ) .', wnle, 7n. so and !'i eeics ; .' I, !) 4 .md I.' 4 at iimhht I Innate prl e ; Inipensl ar( es $1 :I7 to per ard; In.mln. limn .'SI rents to l-l'.M,t Venetian. Mac. ami lleuip, from tri'i to 7ft i-ents per yurlt MTtl il-s, tin) Inr'.eal a-sortnii nt ever ot'ernl In Ph'laiP hdils. from .'17', to r.'i tent, a jiiul nt the New Yerk Aui ll' n Hu e l)o pi.l. (tnnnerly fiti-ihlow's.) No. ill H sr.l iivii Hiri.it, Mrs! ih nr .itiovo Walnut, oppoalio com Kxihaage. lyi-tlm OIL CLOTHS OF KVEUV VAKIliTV, Dinniilaiturid and for anie hy llKKWHTKIt I I. VVH.t. CO , b ln No. Afl DOCK Htreet, l'hllad. II o v r c i u m 'x- no v EOACxTES, EATS, MICE, BURT'S VERMIN EXTERMINATOE. IT IH IKKAU.inLK! IT IH ISKLLtHLKt In put up tn I.iunr Hnxci fur 1f ' ' tit. ti ill n 'fttJv fr wiihoiit niKti if w lift th- r flrtiiM. I-oii inl hj-'il or tu-t lr atul Wnrttilt- by K'-;('.i.j, Lio noun- Other I'n ptraiioi.. trilMIV AUK FXTIt WAOANTI.T Kivn OP IT. ItAT.S AXD MU ; hit: Ot T OF TIIKIIl llOLKrt. Is Sol Itttinwcriyim In l.'ft. f:ivr Hmlii'ntion in all whi n M. Holtlt.y Urnn(ts ami Ii1t9 Uir.ui-bviit Ui rnitetl Nl.it o. Cum iov.-Ht unre and k for Unrt t If ttrmlnntr, tu Inric tM'X"i, i tth tlie n d hiiVI. huO h,nci by tiic 1'roi'riO tor, K litut.slr. Tutiss pn t)'r tr(,..t. Ho 1 I F.N Til Mtroft. anv Wnlnnt. Bfnniif tc ry , No. I;m .it VI.NL !r. r, itrnvc Wa nut, tn'twi-cn Tentli und Kiev nth, rtilhidt Iphm, I'ft. WEIGHT & SIDDALL No. 110 Market Street TlITWKEN KltOXT AKD 8KCOSD BTBLKTB. C. W. VlRI'Uir. F. ii. eipvau,. DEUGOI8TS, rilYSICIANS, AND OENF.RAL 8TORF.Kr''.BPr.nrI, Can fln.1 at onr cstabl Ishnient a flili aasorttneut of Imported and Iiomemtc Drnits, TVpular Fatent Medlelnee, l'Alnts, Coal Oil, Window Olass, I'rcscrlptlon Vials, c, at as low prices as genuine first-class goods caii be sold. KINB KSHKNTIAL 6II.S For Coniectloners.ln full varletj, and of the best qnallty. Cochineal, Ilopgal Indigo, Madder, l'ot Aah, C'u Ihear, Boo a Asb, Alnm,OH of Y'lt rlol, Annatto, Copperas, Extract of I.om ood, Ac., FOR DYEKS' nse, always on hand, at lowest net cash prices. I'I'ItE SPICES TOR FAMII.T I'SF., Oroimd expressly for onr sales, and to waloh we Invite the attention of those In want ofreliatde artleies. Also, JMJHV, KTA11CII, MUSTARD, Ac., eenrm quality. Orders by mail, or city pst, will meet wltn prompt at tention, or special quotations will be furnished when re quested. Wttiuni fl niUDALiii, WboleiaJe Drug Warehouse, Jall-ly Ko. 119 MARKET Street, shove Front. RAILROAD LINES. Ui(! 1 CAMDEN AM) ATLAN- Q? lOU'l. 'IIO ItYII.HOAl). J.OU". Hl'MMKK AltKAN.IKlIKNT. TllltOllIll IN TWO UOI'ltSI!! Four trains daily to Atlantic City. On and alter MOM1AY. July I. trains leave Vinestreet Feiry as follows : jiiau, i ao a. at. Ftels'ht. Willi passenger car allnehed.t1'!.'! A. M. Kxpress (IhroUKh In II hoars) ' .0 f. M. Atlantic Acconiniii.li.tion, 4'fA r; .M Junction Aeci'iiiio ulstli.n, ti'tH) I. M. RETI ItSlN.l I.KAVKH ATLANTIC, A"Conini.Htatlou ( Atlaulicj ii'-W A. M. Kxpress, i'.w A. M. Freight.ll-.'iO A.M. Mnll,('4h I'. Jil. Jiini-tli'B Aeeoniniodntlon, A. M. I-me lo Attains.:. '-'lHl. Hound Trio Tl- kets (stood only for Uie day end train on whleh they are issued) $.!). r-.vitiA ii.Miins.-sr .r.i.u inAitss, Tsve Vli.o si. eel Ki-L'i 4 M nnd 1 .si I IS Linve lladdont). Id I'l'i P. M. and 2 4b V. il. UN HI'MIAYM, Mall train for Atlantic leaves tne street I SO A. M. Leaves Atlantic 4'ib i'. M. Jail-tf JOHN O. BKYANT, Acent. The liar whleh was made lust ear ha. eallrelv dianp peai. d, h aiiaii the beach one of the uiost dehshtiul on Da- eoast. X'OHIII l'l NNSYLVAMA IIAILROAIJ. 11 For KI.TIII.EIIEM, Ixii'i.KruWN, K.ASIOV, MAI' II CIII'SK, IIA.I.EION, WILKKMIIAKHIi, and WIl.LIAMM'liHT. HI -YJMKR AHllANdEMF.NT. ADIHI'IO.NAl, TltUNS. Cn and after i)MiAY, June l:i, 1H.14. Passenger Trains will leave tin- New lleiiot.TIIIIII) Hlroet, above Tltctnp- ftou slti'it, I'hiled. ipnia, sou stti-it, l'hiled. daily (Hundus exceptedj, as lollows : 7 A M. lExpr.'ss) for Hi'lhe'sm. Allcntown. Mnueh ( l iii'li, Wllk. sliiirre, Mni:inisiurt. I. I.'i A. l . ( A.coii tnoitulioi,) fur Iv.ylestuwn. lu-l.i A. il. t A lU'iuoduiioii) lor Foil Washington. 11 P . M. ( .ei on UlodaDonl lor l)olestown. 31.1 P. M. (Rxp'ess) fi r l'.i'tlilclii in, l.n.tun, Ac. 4 l.'i P. M. (Mall) for Do' lestuwu. o'l.'i P. M . ( Aeconimodatiuii) lor Uuthlehcm, Ailentown, and fil jiieh l liuua. ti'l-'i I' M. ( A. eoniniod.'itli.ii) for l.ausdule. 11 P. M. (Ai'i'oniiuoilation) for Fort WashaiKton. TIIAIIsS Milt I'DII.ADKI.I'IIIA. l eave Uell leheiii al ti an A M ,1) ;ni AM, anil li 07 P.M. llovlest. n u at li lt) A. -M., Ii 44 P. .M.,uud 7 P. At. Laiisitale at li A. M Fort Wuiluuiitun i 11 ".' ) K.M and J P. M. ON HI'NIlAY s. PMtti.'.elphia for llrthleheui at tl A. M. I'hltiid. 1 Ida lor ).. li".i.mn al :) P. M. Iioi lesion u for Pliiladelphia at 7"Jt) A. M. Until, hi in lor Phi mil lihin at 4 P. M. lllllumn's llsjuaite 1- xnress will cat! I'-a and ih-llver hsc- 1'iu.'.' lit the depot.. Orders umy he lellat No. IIU IS. l lllltl) Olreet. 1 jeld Kl.LIH (tl.ARK, tout PIlII.AIir.l.rillA AM) TllKSrOX AND l AilllKN AMD AMIIUY KA1LHOAI) CU.HI'AMK-1. KOTII'K On ard after JIONDAY .January 4, l-sM. the Trains for Is'ew Yolk, leailiig Kinsliululi Delmt, Phlladotpliia, at SHIM ( NiIit,aml a l.) r. M . and the trains leaving snv iiiiks'ba m. in. a r.o r. -ii., win ui-reatier be run exelnsiii'ly for tie United States Malls aud New York and V a-hliiwtou Pasnoners, and will nut take in nor let out am luiMeiisira tii tnei'ii sull eltles. I he III A. M. aud V2 Miunlaht l.ll s f otu New York tn Washington, und the 1 1 k) a M and - P. SI. Lines froai Washington lo New Y'crk, will eoulinitn as at present, and ruriy a.seluer to and iroin l lie li t"ruiciilule stations and Jinltln ore, m u.niiiit.oii, aen i ors. Ailli.Yiii;.MKMS I'.hTWLKN P1I1LADKLP111 A AM) M W YUltK. Lines leave Fhllude'pliia, ftiuii Kensington Depot, nt 11'1'iA.M , I la-, und 1. 1' I'. SI, ua. I l.'-.m uudnunt, und Iroui ulliiil rilicet wiiarl ivu ltamuen),al l audnA. M.. 11 M ., 4 nrd a P M .lorNen York. Aiidhaves New Ynik, Iroia foit ol Cunrllandt slre"t, at i A. M , Id A .M , I-' M . 4 and 'i P. M , and al 1.' mi l nlsh'i and nolo l.s.l ol" llarelii.v street at ti A. M.,audi P.M. Vt M. A. I! I l.MKIt, Ju.'.-tf At.-ent. SH!PPING. mmm iiifn tcn.'liimr at iiii t'ii-t. nn, fork lUrho,-, 1 in' wi n Known sipiimen, ot the I. (vermis!. New l -irk and Phtlmlt Ij.hia tSteaMisliip omptny are i mended lo cat! a tniiouB : KI I MM 1! t i Htiturdav, July :(0. C'IL Ol V AHI 1 1 Si ; I ) . fal nrd.i' , d, tMTV K MASriU'.M Klt. Hatnrd.iy, An," '-t II 1 ArntevtT oiicecd'n iSuUiriltij', a' -in, la iu Pier No. 44 Korih Hirer. ItATF.A OK PAH- VCR. Pa ahlt; In isu!d. or H i onivalt iu in Curroney : Kir i rriiin tso't-D rtt r.ue fjiO ;hi Fll'M t'iihm l I.oiMlon Ki 00 Sh era :o t l.iinioa.., M 00 Kirm t ah u to purin... H-H-peram-io Paria 40 ml 1'ir.iK'aidii to M.iinliiirp.HriKt Mei rayp to llani'iurrf., U'.' it) Pa-ei".' r are also iortYiirile.1 tolUre. Uremeu, Ityt- terdutii, A H tv. i p. Ac , .it piti4Hv uw rat en. 1 .iiph ii's in erpo -I or .Mifi'intown : Kirnt Cahin, $ ', b-I"-'. HiceruiiP li "Ui l.ivtTnil and Uiifpna ii,w n, $ 'llomu wliu wihh to oeiid lor their tilendt nan buy tiekuta lierr ut the'e rait a. 1 ur lui Hit r intimation api'ly ft( thu Company oftlucs. .lonN ii, IlAl.K, At!in, No. Ill WAI, MT Stre;t,Phl in d.-lph ia liOSTOX AM) nilLADlXl'llIA 1 Hti amf-1 in Line, aailliiL,' tn.ru each port on h.. 1 1 liJiAVH. in m Una wharf uhove PINK .stivoi.phila- dclph a, aid I.oiik Wtiiiif, Boston. 1-rom Urnt wharf liitiivu PINK Htieet.on hAturdav. Juiy 'to, ; '(he Kteinnhip SAXON, Matthew, win Ball from Phila- iMi'hla tor HoDton.on r atnrray, Jul v i) , ai tt o .iloek A M ; niid the tianiiliiii NOKMAN. liaker,lruinllatoafor rin adeii. hia. vii aaioe uuy.at 4 r. m llieve utw and ttlstauiial Btt aiunhlno form a regular luie, &a'iniK iiom eaeii port pniu-inuny ea naiuruaya. InfUiuiM ca efln-ted at out- hall the premium charged oo FrrlLhta taken at falrra' Hlnppem are reiueHted to bvud Slip Xucetpti and BllU l.auiDM vtnn iniir utnmt. For Height wFahttge (haHiiK fine accotauiodatloas) apply to jir.ni wnnuii a t u., Jal-tlf lio-JWi rf. IjKI.AW AKU Avenue, sf Pt FOR CALIFORNIA VIA PANAMA ZimLiiJki Railroad Tha elegant new auamalup OOL- i4 l i r., win it-a f ON WKONK44HAT. Jtilv Sf7. at noon iioweut rntea of pasoaij tUrojiiiU from PhUadetphi to Ban r l aueiaco. Afldj U W. A. UAMIIX, AKnt, )yiH lin Kn.gl7 WAT. NUT Htreet. m FOR N KW YORK. DESPATCH aaaiiii ii jiinr a. id Hwliunre Llnea, tIa Dulawara and jisUiuoiT iuiah The uteamerN of theu llnea are leiivinti iuily ut U o ock M., aud 6 o'clock P. M., irom thlidpUr ohnve Walnut treet. tor irelLhi. nhiili will be taken ou acrommoiUtin(( term. m.plv to W! LI JAM M. UAtUlt & CO., No. 124 A, 1I I.AWAhK Avenue. ttff 1,1)11 IIVKRIHVOL, SATURDAY, ---- Auuuat Vt, 1MV4. ' i ..i mu fh ohip VANCOUVER, Captain J. D.CarlUU, W ill nail a abow. For iu 'gilt or pasaape, apply to lUOMAaf K'I!AKfJftOK M CO.. iu.lol WAJ.MT buvt. J.01-W RAILROAD LINES. 1K 4 ARRANOI MK.NTR OF lOi 1 1 IOUm, yr.w tuK i.i-M. ICVJ-t. 1 hf finnlen nd Atnhny and PhtUil Iphl n-1 Trn(v.n Vnilrnail V tnpni' Llon from l'MUdlvlil to Xcw 1 urh sV.4 W ay m KhOM WAI.RI.T ArkF.ET WHARF, Will )pfiv BH f(il!ovn, t. r FART. At H A M.,Tit'iiii,drn And Am boy, C. nd A. A-- rommcfttttlsin f i At h a. M , ('mltn and Jmrs City, MoraloK E'l1-''" 3 0 AtfA.lt.. VlnCnnnUfi nd J ey Cily, J('1mi T-fc-t At I'-i M . u Ciin.di n mid miy,U mul A. Accain- m r Ktlott A J . xi . la ( a milt u anil Amroy, c. at.d A. K- rr' il"'0 A I 1 I'. M .. vU Cfunilvu and Amtioy, A .'-'iii,mm.i ion (Mic't ah') pMUft-nfr ) i'7r. At P. M., Ia ( a iimI' n mi.! Anilpny, A.-,-'.iiimo Uu-u ( r'Vit and I'ti-sitifti r i i ia-H iuk'i .;. 2l in- il I ;m Atl'i I' M.. via hiihI"U an-1 .i mhoy A'-c Yinin,,,!,!. Ii-.n ( freight atnl l'dH. n' r), l-t (Ann Tkkft.,,, 2 2 21 'H-h d" 1 .-ii IcrMaich ( Imnti, ll-itii, Iti'thN'tiom, H.-UnKr', Kairn. IrirntV-rivUf. Kl'iiiiniou, A' , i -Hi I. M. Yr I- kinhimi'n, l.atiilM'rtvi'ie, ami intiTui-dUte St.inon-. t ;i I M. 1 T MMin llnliv, rvansvilk.anti I'riiiti-rion, at i A. M., it and ft f. l. ' or Kr. . hold at fi A. M. ami ? P. M. Y r I'al'iiytii. Itiwrt..n, ln'l.mco. lUivorly, HnrHnfrfm, t'U.rai i-?. hmili iiWivn. at ti A. M.. V2 M , I. I -i I. ', And t. I' M. 1 hv i ..') ,iik. j IV M. hiKft run 0 rfl- l iIipmiU ) Tr-'itlnn. ! r pimTrat Ilvr(pn, I -olrtno, !U'v.r), and HtirllnK U ii ai 7 r. M K:.jini"'it Trfiitn, f r Hrin''l, 11 nr lit vtrnt T"rly, Ton , .ils , in d I ,i' (i' it .wi A M. and V IV M. I.IVr.H Hl- KENMNiiI ON Ittl'OT VtW ItaVl' Hi (.l '.Hl4 At 4 A. M., (hilIi!) K' nln(rtn aii'l Nvr York, ri iiiM ,trtiti anil V.-w .irk Wn i A( 1 11." A. ,M.( via KeniniiftiT. H'id .locv ('Ityrii pr' ;!) At 4 -hj r. l.t la K ristnuioit und Ji-r-tw t ity Kv- (Trs , O-'f) A: t.t'i p. M , via KtMiiliu-t'in unl Ji tm y ('Hy, Waliltiirt m ntid N.'W itnk Km'Titm i' l Hui da hnr l Vi- at t A. M. an.1 ti I. M. ! ur TaiT 't.in, htr-'iidiitirif, H.'niiitr.ii. IN i'.kcuhiirTt', Xniun tp,ii-at lU'id, Mailt h ( hunk. All I'ow.i, Iti .'HU - l.t pi, llriviili m (. n. .iriilH rt tl , KHviilniici, A -' , at J Ifi A M 'I I It hn ( "ntM' -ti wltli Hir train ! iim r.a-sU'U r.r Mmunt nm '.at ij r m. r ur r ifiiiijiK on, l.(iintprl vili1. And Intertn. dlalo ntutl nH 1'. M. "r lirhtol, Trenton, .fcc, at 7 lanil 1. V A.M., a id ' P. M. for llfilhu'Wniru'. Thu'O'.iv, WiMiomlmr. UrM.'ulMiri a-id Haiikf rd at A. .V., .V4'i, and H V. M. I tie J A M. l.mt fi tin ' iirit i. irrcr N.'- .wk .ind ay l.liHt lnvvina Kfrinintr'ii In ii t, tuhf Kit' . .trs ctt I Mill orHi't. tti v a'nnt. Ii.ut an hour (i-i.ii ds'iiariuru. f nr tjitr. run fnn the i) -iV"t, and on nitival of tu li trtiii tun in iu the Dt unt. I-nv tn'iindi nf t.iiki.i.o ny allnnad r.i""nf'ir. Pa n t r an- proluiit d fmm tuning anjtl l it; at tRkt' tire tnil ttn ir m rjii ii.V apu.iio). Ail lniKt-dtt? ivr tlf'y p.i.in.!ti fti de fan! f.ir vxtia. 1 hp ompany nivt th'-lr r.-i)ri-l-bllnj lor hatrvflt' to One li-dlur r pound, .md vvl), n.t Kt liiiMe 1T anv amount hfymid Cl'K), txcvjii; ny Hjx tjnil ;on- rahani n iMeifUuP i.xnrpn win for ana ihmivit r-nr- at the eUi'i'u't. Or.l.'i- to Im; h 'l At SV il WU.NIT tjtMtt. W d. II. UAlMLIt, VKtiht. Jtirr 20. .INKS KltOM SF.W VoltK mn PMILMtKI.IMMA WILL I.L.VK From fd r-f f 'otitliini atro-t at U M. and 4 V. M , vh .Jersey ' try arH Himien ; ar 7 ana iu A . l.tv l m , and i f .Niklii) via .It r-i y t'ltv aud Km iiisr.uti. Frt'in foot o' Har Ikv trtei, at ti A. M. and ' V. M., v; iiibuj and l iiin'i' ii From Pn-rNo. 1 North lllvrr. at 12 M , 4 and 8 P.M. (1 riit-ht and I'iein.'rs via Aini'oy and auui-ii. 7ki:ioiit links for nkw Y(-)uk and J ail tho sl.itl'iitt on tho C'mnUcn and AmUy and iun- uet-thiK HulltuiitN. I.Mlii.AitiJi jir.nt-it ii. The Camden and Ainrxiv Itallroad ami Trf.nirn rtatln Coiuiianj Frt'lyM Lint" for N-'.w York tvill ii-o Vainnt ui rrci vi ileal i, .hi hiki uiit-r uiiiiiiai r,uuuj : thiiu.,pi t'?pt?tl), At i iV'-loCk I. .M. KftnrniiiK, the dhow Lints will loav New o k at 1 aixl 4 P. SI. Fr-ulit nrnut b delivered beti-re P. M tohf tor arotd the diiih day. Frehht lor irt'iiton, Princeton, Klnun'on, V w l.rim" wick, and u II points on tin; I'hiiiIoii itMil Amtjn;' Ktilr.md ; AKuuii ihr JteivuN ie, I'pirtw art;, anil fc'lpmtnut in,tn NT J.-rv . the tr i'h"ld and Jam-!ilnir'. ami irm Itiirmrtun and .Mount Molly Hiillroad", rft-vlvid iiml l.ir iinl.'d nn to IV , o ct t k P. M. Hin all packaKO' lor .Mount Hully reeuivi U ii lo o l.)CiV V. M. The Hfh tikre Djlanro iCallmnd mnneria at Vhillipi luiri! "wit's th l.eliith ulley Jiailroad. The Nw .ItTHt-y ItHllrotid coiinpM(i ul Klinnt'th wit! thn Nfv .Terapy f entrul Kmilroad, ami at Newark wiUi thfl Morris and F,tipx K.illroud A slip tn.niornn'lnm. pp'llyini;' the murk and num h is. MilpinT And 'ur.Unf n, mmt in pvery intanc) lm m nt vi Ii rtii'h l'At t niiidviirnii ri''ipt will Im utvpn, lucrms' 0 'a. Hit let liavinu hcpn tnad.' t'or (he transport a tlmt ofMVi; STih K. clniviTB arp tnvtti d in try this rin t-. When the ftovk lo furii lwhl hi mianti' tt-a oi Trt'OOxlt lOAliS or moip, It will be dt llvcred At tlie loot of Forttetii Hreet, war the Drovn Vaids, or at Pier No 1 Norm IthiT, a ihv h 1'ft-rs may cit ilpnatp nt the time of Uie .il:tt.'OT. W.-tLTKU 1KKK.M AN, FrvUht Agenf, No. 'if'11 H, Mi t a ware itvenuQ, t'hil-vdulphia. ii&O. tl HAVMOM.KrelKt"t AM'iit, jaA-lf Pier No. 1, North Itiver. New York. ADKI.FHIA, AVILMINGrON, ANU BAlH.MO:K HAir.ROAl). :man;k 'k iioi'kh. On and utter H' Nl V. June PhO'veniter trnmis le v Philadelphia ior Haitiniore at 4"t (Bxpie-ti. ilont!ajs exeopt(d),e-(V) A. al.. 11 M.-'J-iard 10 WI', M. 'list.'f at ti 06, Jl 16 A. M.,l'aO,st-aOt4 30,ti-OOaiidll(0 1. M. UlluliiKton at 450 (Mondays excepted), b'0', 11 ISA. M.. 1 v;i'",4 ijO, fi-iK', KKWund ll nop. M. New Tattle at H-fft . M. and 4 mi M. Dover at (i iiS A. M- and 4(n P. Al. Ml'reid ai Hfk'i A. M baliebury uinij. A. M. T1MINH kou rniT,Ai.ri.piii . leave Haltminro at ft'-i., 1' 10 A. M , I-prei, 110 '.' and in j.t r. ai. Wilniintton nt 1 4H, 6'4.tA. M , 12 24, 1, 145, 4'00,4'.t3, 7-IiOai d y H P. M. Hili-liury at I Ot P M. Miiloid at :;(-'. P. M. Jioverai ti :u A.M., jnd4 WP. M. Nt w ( uslh' at H :w A. .M..undd'.VP. M. t heater at 7 4&, l'40 A. M., 100, 'J 4 40, fi 00,-14, 9-40 I'.il. 1 eave I.nltitnore flirSaUbhuryaiidinlerui'diatc -tationi, at in i - V. M. Leave Italtiniorc for lover and interucdUtc staijorui at 110 PM. TRAINS FOTt l.ALTIM'HtK. Leave 'hter at H 40 .. M . J and 11 "' P. M. Lave WllmitiKton a: A At., and 1140 P. M. Freight Traiui, with Passenger Car attached, will run as follows : lA a e V llniintftou for Peixyvillc and intermediate placet M NbAYS:-Ony at4 yOA. M.. 10-:lo P.M., from Phila delntua to HaJiimore. rom PhlladelphU to WHiuniuion at 4-.10 A. M., 10 30, a mu ii i"' i , i. Krem U'lltxinuton to Philadt 1phl.i"at 1 4 A. M. and 7"-Ki V. M. Oulj at lO-o P. M ,Hom lialtlmornto HhnadelpMa. ja-i u r. Kt.njsL.t, auptnisundeiit, R E A D I N G RAILROAD i HKAT THI NK ITNC FROM PHII.MH'I. 'HI TO TilK I NTKHIOR OK PKNNS 1A'AMA,'1MK Hf lll'VLKll.1., HL gt K.UANrt.CI MliKULAN'i, ANU W lUMIXOi AU.1.T, NOItTH, NOKTHWF.SI , AN1 TMK t'ANADAS. PAKHKNtiKK THAIS' Leave He rriniatiy ij l)ept, at TMIHTK,i:NTH and 4'ALl.nWMlI.I. Hir.-efs. Philadelphia, at the l'oli..ninK hoiui M HNIN'l MAIL. At Bio A.M.. for Itcadinir, LeOaii'in, Kohrafa, Lit I a, fVliiiiit.t. liarrlihuu;, Poifuv.lh . Pinyrov. TAinvpia, Simhurj , Wllhainp it, Kuiiira. Itisfhot'-r, Niagara Kal Ih, liuHnlo. Aiiei.towr, Wi kesbarre,I'ltutin, ork carlulu, i liaIl.t(rrhLrf, Hirriovvii, .'. 1 h' ti- in cintnes ts at KKAlUN'U with Ei'.tt P mnfylva iiia RHilroad trams ior A hmuiwii, Ac. the Itaa-ittiff and C.'liiinlii a ltnilioan for KphM'a, I tt';, and 'oluin ia and With the Li Iihihji Valli train for Hirrl-tarit, itc; at PHO (LlNTON with ata iii hull read tianiK u.r Wilken arre, Wilhuun-p. rt. lock Haven, Kiimrff, A'.; at HHKiH. IH'liil win. Norihfcin tntial." "i lnmlrliind Vall-y," and "ie!in Hull and SuHO,nhun" traini for N rt miu h rlnud, tlhaiiii p it, tu k, lia-r lierrhnrK, Pinro e,A-. ariKKSuiiS LM'ltl.SN Leaves Pliiliiih Iphia nt P. M. f.-r Keadlnv, Pntti- ville. Pin r e, tl wj r i tftirar. iV'v , cnnftioir at Ha-rli-tmtv w Ph 1'et.iii.yh anfa Outr.ii trains t ' r Pntrur.', c, S.irthtvin ' ' uirul l.aliri.id trainn f ir Siin'mry, Northuui hcriard, tJin.ra. Ac, at;d at Pott 4 II nt' n wlt't ( utawtaisa Kailroad iranik fsor Mihoti, Williami.n'rt, Khuira, Itnhalo, Ac. KEsI)lS'l ACVOMMOimiOV. Lenvs Keadn k at i i t) A. U., tiioppiriK at all way-lath in. ain ivt; in Kl.lUideii'liia at U-iht A. M Itt-l ui iiioK, le.iveti t'hiladelphia at 000 p, M. ; arrives la Iteai hiK at wt P. M. Ti aiMh for l'hiiui3e!.hia Ii ave HnrrUhiirrf at H A, M. , and Puttrsvdle ut 1' Ki A, M .arrlvliiK In Philadelphia at 1 ') P. M. At t ii onii trtttn Ieae llarrin at ii P. M , poit-vil:- at J- lo P. M.( univiUk' in 1'ht ndel hia at 7 P. M. Mnrket ttain. iih a pa.ieiiK''r ear attache 1, 1 'ftve Pliilin!t-Iit.la at I I'.M , lor headline and ad way Nlatioui ; leuvr It. Kihiiv at li, noon, and lhiwnlutown at 12- o P. U tor I hladclihia and all way titthn. All the ai.ow traira run daily, Sunday exempted. Hnnda trnln Wn e Pottavltle at 7'.H A. M., aud Phila dt'lpLiaat:! !.' P IM. 'llKKTF.lt VALLKY B lLlt'D. Pa'feni.'en ir 1'ownlni-town and int'rmf lia'e point a tukt-1 Ik- h I j AM, an1 (.0 P. M. traini tm Pkiiadi-lphia, retnriiliiH' lioin liownintto u at ti 40 A. M., and 12 l. noon. M-W ) i 'K KM'ltF.SS FOR PI i TSHI'KT AND 1HK WKST. Leaver) New York at 7 P. M., piiifciiig Id'adlng at 12 mld tiiht. and eoitue, tlim a llinri'urg with lVaiuyhaHla It illrostd F i'sm train for Pltlthurtr. II. lurnitiu i:iiro8iiainleavui IIarrlburK oo arrival nf tht Pt'iiinsj Ivaioa l.xpiei dotu Pill f burg at .: A. M., pa-Hiii.' lieuihiig at 8 t A. M.,aud arriving at N w Vorlt at l i't V. M. Hh-t'pit u Can acconiiNiny thet.y tralim tlir Ui.h, between Jtrtiy titjr and Pitiuhurrf, without Chunve. Mull trniiii tor New York leave IlarrNMiry at 8 A. M, and 3 P.M. Mad traiiu tor Uarrtnbur leave New York at ii A.M. and U M. HUH VI, Kil l. YALIEY RAILROAD. Train It ave Pottmillu at 7 lo A. M. and o H) P. M , re turning frum Tuhean.ru ut M 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. HOtU Y LK ILL AND HlHiJI EUANNA RAILROAD. Ttatn leave Autiurn at ft Vt A. at- tor Plneirove and llnrn-tun;, and at l'A) and 7 10 p. M tor Plnerova only; reiurmpp lioin lLirrinhuM at l'ik) P.M., aud irjut Piie srove at 8 lo A.M., aud 4 and P. M. TKKKT8 Throuivh rlrst-elata ticket and emiirrant tickets to all the piliicipal poinU In the North and West aud Canada. 1 he follow ma ticket are ouiain'droulv at tin oilt- of A rtRADFoRD, Treasurer. No 'i7 H. FOI'RTH Hired, IT.liaoe.plla.orof U. A. U Ol.LJi, Geucral huperiiiteu Ueut, ltcadintf COMMUTATION TICKETS, A 2ft percent. di count, between any pointa deilred, for lamiUfa and fluiiH. MILKAC1E TlfKETS, lood for aooo rauex, between all polum, at 40 35 each, lor lam Uie and tirou. hKASON TICKF.TS, For three, tlx, nine, or twelre uiouiiu, for holders only, to all point, at reduced rate. CLKlUJYatEV Reldlti(r on tho line of the road will be furu lifted with eaid, eulltliiiK Iheuiavhcs aud wivea to ticket at halt fare. FxcrnsiON tickkts Knm Phlladelpl ia to firtnelpal ilationa, good for RaIut day. hiinday, and Mondtiy, at reducd fare, lo be had only at the '1 icket Omee.al TUIKTIiU':NTU aud CALLOVV1I1LL hiiceti. FRKK1HT. Cnedfl of all defceriptlun iorwrdod ta all the ahova iotiitk, in m tl.et ouipan) new irebvht depot. UROAU and W1LLO 8lm ti. FltKHUlT TRAINS LeiivePhlladflphla dully at 6 A.M., 1 P. M.tand itp.M , for Heading, lhanon, llarnshurg, PuttavOla, 1'ort I iin tuu, and point beyond. MAILS (lote at ihe Philadelphia P.. 0it1ce for all pta. ea on tha load and its bran, he at ft A. M., aud lor Ihe prineipai i laliuu ouly at llo 1', U. RAILROAD LINES. 1 1. li 4 PENNSYLVANIA 1(7 II' 1. CF.NIIIAI, IIAII.Hi.AK. 1SU4. 1 ii k diisar iMniii.r. -i ii ai k wuuitr mnrr. iu TUB WKnr, NiH'l IIW KsiT, All Kill Til W'K-T. 1'iniipir.enis anil farthlles Inr lhe sale, .peeily. and fnnl- fiTl.liie trMP.i.i Im inn ol pa., cubits, niiuriass-U J an ri ele In II e i omit rs . Trull s lra e tho In po al El.f.VKKl II anil MARKET rsilens ns tiillusi s : Si ail I rmii al I nsi I. in at Tl rni'L h .xiire al I'nrSi sin in I nun, ho. 1. at I 'si kr. Iiur: 1 r.iln, Nil. '2 . ul IhitrlsluiK ..tiiili.iiiiidiitliiii al . a. f. .11 Hi A.M. .in-.io P.M. .11IKI A. M . . 1 no I' at. ,. 2 .10 r. M. I.Hti. sui t I riiln i t 4 (Al P. M . I'finli A i i rin incl iitl.in lln. vi W.st I'lilln J.. I in, i ) .ii on r. m. 1 1.Mnmh I'a.i nwfrs liv tin' Kii.t I tne ri'ai h A toona for .iippiT. )n'ie will lie t'niiiiil i-S' e li n: ar. iuiiiniKlail'ins fur. ' (Kin at u.r l.-.t-an nn .siMin i'ie murtni'i may" til e eitli. r il.e rhll-uli Inliis o - H.tlnin re Ksi.rt-.s.rae'i t svl.nii imiki'a l necTli .na nt I'lit.tiiiri; l..r all IHiints. s il'v'i Mi- is Din, aMiriliilof the in tire line and 1 ii iili'ifit sieiiery. Tie I liruiiiti I juris. Tr.iln rinis d;iilv: all the of Irani, ilal.y. p.. i il Mnniln,. run ri ri Nitr iti ami iiik nt,si'. Ti e Mrnl 'I r.iln. 1 .1.1 I im. ami T'ir.'iiK i K nrr.s eeia nr. I ul rui-l'ii'itwitl. thri'iiLli tr.-iina i n :ili illv.'nrllis: reAil Oln Hint li ilnt Niirih In Ihr l.nl i.. U i il In tin- MikhIs- sli'pl mill Ml'.niirl Hlvrrs, nti'l Sunih ami H-suihwe.t U) all im iii. nrci r sn.ji. i,v riiilni.i.l. I,r,.nuh '1 n ki'is to (J eve- illllll, lll'llllll. I .'L. HI I'.l.ll I'.. I. ..ti.ll.ll.. II.. M I,' III.. I.envennn-ili, Kv Sm.'. WlieiMlna. I'aetnll. t'ln v.riiail. I..IUI..III... l uirii, ami Un vn.r i.rln ipal psiints, anil Imysn.r e'i. i ki n tl ruuuh. IMMN riKWi'll Hsll.ltrnii. Tlie Tlin. inli t i.irs. linvinii al lii-.li I'.M., eenne'ts nt I'lnir.tillc n trrtiTiinn with train on tin, road tor ti In in i ill", liidint a. Ar. i i.Kvsiii in, ami curisr-iv nrtiH'i it Mi.tioAn! T l.e T Iiri.i.vtt Kspri-.s Ttm ri niit at In :i0 1. M .eoti p. 1 1, si I U'. inn. at l'''Jd M , w ii Ii a ttalii un the rii.il Inr I In i liil. A lniin als i li-;i i-s t.'riissou Inr EheueLura SI H'i.'i I'. M. IKII.I III.AVstltl'HII IIHAVI'II It') ll. ilir slml Trslti at iV A . .St. , Hint 'I ur.'Ueii Ksnrr.. al lo :t" r. M , cntiiiiitt at Altiviiia with tr.uus hir lliiilldar.. I.IIIS' nl : "i i' M. ai ! H .si A.M. lllll'M. AM' tl.lSAIini.l.ll 11 It A V II IIAII.ItOAt 4 t 11.1. II .......I. I'.i.ll... I' nt i ii IP..VI'... ul 111 11. SI . ncits ui l.'.ri.tii' with airuin inr st.inl Kl.lre und I'ltllhpe i.tirtr. ii tul hv iiiiiii r. ivie aiiev tsaiiiniiii lor l'urt Matilda. Vi.f-I'i ri;. ui.d lli iirn'iite. Ill N I I Mil i( iff AMI mto.Ml TOP It AII.RrAD. 1 he T liioruh Kxpre.s Train. Ii'nvlns; at In ..'( f. M . ron- mitis m I nnt. nation with a ir.un for HhimmvcII and llsoody MUlld'hUN I'KNT RA1. Vv I'll 1 1. Mi Kl.l'HI A AHD Kill K RAII.IKl HIS. Kor f.ni.1 urv, Wlilism. p irl, l.nrk ll.ii en, Ktmlra. Ho- rhi'st r, lliiliulu. and lSiscatu Kail., pii.si'nu.rs taKini; tin Aiiurrmln nt 7i.'i..M., an-l nut liT'tish Kxpr..s at In 'ii li t a.l. .........l mii... im ,1 1 1 u in ....... I. 1 I liri.il t l ain.e ol cars bi-tweia rhtlaiUt.piita and IVil ll.'tn sport. 1 or 1 1 m; k , n a. -si i. r.rt. anu i ,r-. i 1 1 ,-iii hi, tne trains l.-e Inar nt HA. 31. nnd 2 'II I'. M ., roninct at Coluiubil. w llh truins on tin- Nni ttiern ( ntr.it lt.rtionil. .l MIIKHI.AMl VALLKY IIAILIIOAIt. "1'hrMuil I ruin nt 7 ''i A. M., anil thronittt Ksprsss al ll-.si I'. M.,i'oiiti4cl at llarrislitiri; with train, for earJlsle, Chambf ri-h' ir, slut Hair, f 'ow n. WAYNKHhl I.'i! IMIAM'll It All KOA t. The tra'ns itavlnir at 7"'.'i A. M. and '2 ili r. M., connert at Itun iiliiittoviti with trains nn llns load tn Wajnesburi, anu ' .1 ni i'i im illiittt sii, tii.ti.. Km ftn ttirr Information n plv nt the P i sr-nt'er tstatlolli . K. rut Ber ol KLE I'M II it'll MAHKKI Htreets. .1 AM KS i nv I ir N , ru-k-ji Aitent. CllMMLTAIIiiN I'll'KKI'A. Knr 1 . .1. li It. i r l-l im. nt lis. mi nv l.iw rales, fiir tha I. conitiiooHtirin ol lei.tnis ilvmi; out i.f low n, or located en or i.cir lhe line ol lhe rond. Ctll'l'liN TICKETS, For -2d trip, letwfi-n any two points, at about two cnU per niiie, T In hi tii'kt ts nri' iiiti-inteil for lhn use ol laliilh-e Iravi'lttiir Iri-iiitrntlv, and ant ol sri'at atli'anlaa'e :o pei'sous si.aaiiii; oci'iisioiniririps. tM'IHKII. TICKETS, For otir nr V Tec mouths, lor the use of scholars attending si'ltool In the cltv. WI'.STI'.ltN EMKiltATIOH. An Kmi.rut't Accouinioiluliotl train I'-avos No. 1.17 Toek striti't t ml. (.litidiiis excepted) at 4 o'clock. 1. M., ottering a rotiiloriiilile n.ico( travel to tHiiilllos l;oIuk west, at, tim-hall the usul rateol fre. I'ai'itrtilar atlculKin iss )a'd to li.tK.Mk'e, foi w hich checks are iilien, and baKgoifa lorwatilco ly the sacc train with passengers, t'or I'li'l inliiircatioit, -ipply to HIAN.'IW F INK. Etnhirant Airent, No. 117 IMK'K rlireet. MANN'S It Ai'. IAHK KX I IthH.H. An nccnl ol this lelMblc Ksptess otup.iliy will tia.S thionsh 1'iirli train In-torc rcscnitii; Uie di'iiot, and take up chri s s and deliver Imitsiiec lo tiny part of the city. Halt KtiM' w ll he emh'il tor proinpili wln n orders are left at th. 1'ussiTsi-r lli-)iot,K:evi irhand .Murkcl streets. The travel Ills' I'ul.lic arc assured tttn it . i-ntirelii ri'iontiblc. ncK.itiiiTs. llv Ihls route frr-lithts ot s.l descriptions can be for wuiiU'd to atiil trrni any pninia on the railroiiirs of Ohio, Kcntiii-ly. Iniliiina. Illiuols, NYlaciiti.lu, Iowa. or Missouri, hy railroa.i illri'i:l,or lo ii'iy poln' on the navlifaole waters ol the Went, hy sti'ilnu r. l'lutn rt't.lilli g. 1 he rtiti-s ol' I'reiitLiI to nnd from any point in the West by the JVt n.)lvahiu Central linlir isd ur- ut all limes as lavorul k as are chariteil hv other Haiiroinl Companies. Metchunt. nnd shippers cu'iustine the transportation their t'ri Is.-tit to this couiiiiiiv cuti rely wltn C-inAdenc. vtl Its apei'tly tianalt. i Kor irclsht contracts or shlpplnc- directions, apply to cr aucrc a i lie AMtnts ot the oiupnnv : S. 11. KI.MiM'llN, .Ir., I'lilhidelpliia, D. A bIKWAItT.FiltsbuTK. LAhK & CO., Chlcatto. I. KM II Att O .No 1 Astor House, or No. 1 S. VVIlluUa strt'i-l, New Yo'k. 1 K.KI II A Ctl.. Vo. 77 Wiishlnitliin street, Boston. WILLIAM IlltOW.S, No. 0 fionh street, llaJUmore, Aitcut Notlhern Centra! Hailwuy, II. II. nOt?9T0!J, (Scneral Frelxht A e-nt I'lillailelphut. I.KWIS L. IHJUIT. General Ticket amnt, flnlsd.lpliia. ENOL'll I.KiVM, Oencral Superintendent, Altoona, Ps. 1)111L.MJKLI'11IA, GKlt.MANTOWN, AND KOltttlSTOWM UAII.ItUAK. V Tl M K TA111.E. Y On and after MONDAY, May IU, Istsl, until thrtber Bolice. FOK iElMATOvVN. Leave I'tilludelphia 8, 7, s.u llt.ll, Vi A.M.; l,2,8'ln , Lease l.erniaiitown, li, 7, i 4 , X, K 20, D, 10, II, IS A. M., l.-2.:i,t. ,,., , 6.'.. 7, H,!t, 10. II, andli f. M. . I he H'?ll down, and and ,V4 trams up, do not stop - on the (Jt rmanti-iw ti llrain Ii . I'llKstSl'T HILL IIMI.HOAD. I.nive rhlliidililiiu,o, s, 111, 14 A.JI.i 2, 3',tV,7,9, and II I'.M. Lave Chesnnt llllt, 7'M,S,'40, 1140 A. M. ; l'lO, 3K. f u, tl'4tl, K In, n nil In III I'. l, FOIt ( ONHIIOIUH'KKN AND NtiltlllSTOWW. Leave silnd,liihla ,.), llo-iA. .H.; li,3,4.'i,i'i, t ',h (i.'i. un. I II1, I'. II. Lcaie Norrlslnwn,.VWi 7. 7'0tl, H anil 11 A. M. ; l. 4 I'.', au.l'Jl'. SI II e n.t, train on, will slop at Wiasuhlckon, Manayunl and Cuuilioiken only. I Oil M (NAYUMK. Lraveriil'ad.'liitiii.ii.S'.t.'), Uu-'iA At., 1 ,', 3, ill, Stf, C.M'louiid llAi I'.M. Leave .Ylanuuk.u'a, ",8'JO, f.'i. 11 A.M., 1,6, 7,. Slid !'.', 1'. M. II. K. SMITH, liennral Rttpcrlr tendent. inylll Depot, NIMH and tiltKKN Streets'. -EST C1IKSTKH AND PHILADELPHIA . KAIUIUAD. VIA AlKIllA. S IIINIl AllltAStlKMF.ST. On and after F1IIDAY, April I , leiit, the Trains will leay as lollows : Leave 1'hlladi'lphla. from tbe Depot, corner of THIRTY -Fllisl and SI AKKKT HiEccls, SA.M , 11 1)0 A. hl.,i oQ I'. M., . :m 1-. M'4u 1'. M. I'lillsdilhla I.r p. 't cbau.ed from KllillTKKNTH ami JHAIiKKl hlrcets lo '1 111 l( 1 l-HUSI and MAHIUir hlrcets. Leave Weit Chester, from the Depot on Kast MARKET BlriM.li'iNI A. l.,7 4.i A. M., II A. M ,'i I'. M..4 4-il'. M. I tie cars of the West I'hilmitLilna I'asaoiiKer Railway I'oLupuny ( Market sited) will convoy l'uasengers to aiiil from Uie 1'bilaillplii Depot. . ON SUNDAYS. Leave 1'hllailelphla at H to A.M. and -: P.M. l.eav e West honor ut H A M. and 4 .Si 1". M. T lain. It-avlni! Pliitaile'i)ila at tl A Al. and 480 P. St., aid West Cliisi, rat 7'4, A. .M. and 4 44 I', il., connect with tr.ilns on the t'litladelplii: and Itnltlinjra Central Kailrond for Oiotd and intcriio illute polnta. jitaVtl H K N II V wot 1 1 1, t ienei il Superintendent I'KhT JKHlSEY KAII.KOAD LINES. It Ciiiiiini-iii'tu'. on MoNtUY, Juir. 20, lei'ri. iYoib YA alnut Street TVharl. I'OR CAl'E MAY. AtilandliiA M. nil Wl I'.M. Ki r Salem umi lliiili eloti, at 1 A, M and 4 Y. M. For lihi'Shi ro, at ii, II, anil IU A. M., nnd 1 and 4-:J0 P. M , ler W le'dhnry, Ulouccsler, Ac, a, fi and 'J A. M., li M. , and I audol. M liKTt'ltNINl! TltAIMS LEANK Cupr Mav ul li and II A. M., and '. ill I'. M. .11 ,llv lll- al 710 A M . and 1' ..' uudti :1 1. M. Siticru alii A. M.,and l l'i I. M. In hi. eh li alll I i A. M., 1 3ol'. St. clas.l oro ui 7 lOatidS'ii'i a M..il'if!. 8 no, aud 7H0P. M, tVooi.bur' ul 7, 7'40 ande'04 A. .M.,eud i ial. i-2ii. a Or. tiidSUlMK. ' THE YVl'HT ilKHSKY KXPRKS8 COMPAlsIV, Olnce, No. A WAI Nt T street, will cull lor and deliver lluiti-ip', and attind lo all thd usual brunnhes ot (Csprees bllill.iss. iuI'V Ullfttt lakcnby li A Al linos only, autl lini.t Pe si nt lo the odlce Ihe evunliiK prevlou,. Perisha b:e srticli-s l.y ihl Hue n u.l be sent before AS, A. al. A spicial u'.e,ieuster ac.-ninii,uiles uch trtitii. iuy.il J. VAU liLNsKI.A'':it,Siiiirlntendnt. 1Cl!l rillLADEI.PUlA AND lo,i j JOlH. F.hIK MAILHOAD. lCV)'l. Tb. s (tr. at l'ne traverses ihe N inle rn and N.irtbw.'st coutilli s ' I'l-unsvlvaula to the city nf Krle on Lake fclrte. Il liasUiu Iru.rd byllie 1'KNNs.VI.Y ANIA KAII.KOAD CliAll'ANY, ui.d under tlieir uusiiieus la bel,ig rauidly opi-neil lliiouirbout Its entire length. It is now In use lor 1'asscsni r and Freight buainois rrons HarrisbiirK to Fuiporlum. 1. . iulUi.),on itie Kastnrn Divi sion, and item tshedield to Krle (7s iuilos),oti tit. Western IMii. int. TIUK tie l'ASSf.s;i;;n l'UAISSAT Pllll. ADFLFHI L. Mall Triiin leaves H laj A. M. Flres T'1'tlin leaves 10-Jil P, M. Cats run ll-niiisb wi iHntr cuvNi.K both ways on these trains beiwi in I hilailtlphiaand Lock lUven,aud between Halt moioand Lock Haven. F.leitiint r eeplna Cars on the Kxpress Train both ways. For Inloniiatioii reapr-ctliiK I'asscuyer biislness, apply nt ti e S. F'.. enter ol tl.KYh.S ril and MAltKKT Streets. And tor F reitiht tiusilicss ul the Company's Amenta t S. II Klntsion, Jr , corner IslXTKtNTll aud MAUKF.T streets, l'liliuilelphla. J. W. Itii l,Kile. J. M. Drill, Agent, Jl. M. C. K HulUmoK. ll.lll'OHTOS, General Frelubt Aifeut, I'biiadetieila. i I.F.tYIS L. HOIII'I'. Ouncral Tli k.t Aeent, l'hiladclplus, JnSKI'll I) Piiri's, ja4-tf Oeneral Maitaaer, Wl'liaausuurt. IIIIIIAIJKLPIIIA ANII HAI.TIMOliK CKv" THAI. l'AII.RUAJ), OPES TO OXFOttl Sl'MSli AHKANliKMl'.NT. (in and urur KKIDA Y, April l,lto4, the traina will learo as lollows : I.F.AYK KA8TWARU. 1 EAVE WESTWARD. HATIUMI, Oxford West drove... Avondnle Jiennett T'tiaiiirs Ford. (Jonceri 1'. M. SIATtOSH. I '.'.'. l'lillaileliilila... a .',2 Weal Chester.. 4 ol W. C. Juueuou 4'17 Colirnld A. . H 00 7'45 . 9'OS , 'I K. .li 3u ,'.',7 .7 05 ..7AI .7 12 4 11 4'46 bit O'.'si sit ?s7 t.l 7 01 I'M 4 41 Chadd s Ferd, 614) Kennett .. H-41 ..10 115 ,.10 21 .tvoo W I'.. U nction.. M l 5 I'lillndi Iplila H22 6 .S Avoudule. 1. 110 We. I drove HI '-'11 is est A i.tstcr....ti ;m a in n,t..nl lil-.'s l'sh.i,Dv li,.m,i In Phllsilliilila has been chrtllited frous Klshliohih and Market streets, tn THIUTY-MRST and AlAl KLT Streets, West Philadelphia. Market Street I'iismhht Hailway Cais couvey l'assciisers to aud liom the Di pot. passciiaers go tlironnh without cltatiKe of cars. a4 1IKNKY W(ll, Hiipuriuleudent, CALKM HAILHOAL) COMPANY. RUN O niiia time ot Traius, eommeucuis FRIDAY, January j iiji . 'From Walt ut Htn.t Wharf at II A.M.. and 4 P.M., fteiiht 12 M. Iti'iuiiilim, leave pa Irm al 4 A. M.,SWA. M.. 110 I'.M. FrdshidaMy h way. Anplrlo , " MOIlT-iH MILLS. Altent, Bicoud Covered Pier olnive WAI.NCT Stn-ol, H. liKI.AWAKK Avenue. )s(-ul J.VANlilN StLAl.il, .S.lnuWuieut.